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Postmark Center for the Arts is happy to feature local artists in our Gift Shop!

Read about our amazing, featured artists below.

"SISTAHS" Artists

Debra Harris-Branham - Debra Harris-Branham conjures the energy of her storytelling into artistic imagery.

Brenetta WardBrenetta Ward is a fabric artist, third-generation quilter, and oral historian.

Marita DingusMarita Dingus is an environmental feminist and mixed-media sculptor focused on using recoverable materials.

Postmark Gift Shop Artists

AOLSam Obrovac - Sam Obrovac, who works in a variety of media, will display artworks that draw from traditional Pacific Northwest and Coast Salish design. His work was featured in Postmark's exhibition, Muckleshoot: Alive & Strong. 

Nicole Bennion - Nicole Bennion's work reflects her love of nature and animals in her fun creative designs that bring viewers to interact with the outside world. 

Linda Covey-Campbell - Kiln formed glass artist with a home studio for approximately 12 years. I enjoy constantly learning new techniques and experimenting with new color combinations. My work is constantly evolving.

Aimee DanAimee Dan is an AAPI/Biracial artist from Seattle who specializes in storyboards and illustration. She has worked for high-profile clients on a variety of projects, including games, advertisements, concept art, future tech pitches, and children’s books.

Savannah O’Malley - Savannah Jane O’Malley is a wife and working mother of 3 former preemies, using art to help bring awareness to birth trauma. She works full-time, pursues her artistic passions part-time, and moms all the time. 

Trenton QuiochoTrenton Quiocho is a Filipino-American, Tacoma, WA native, who has been working with glass for over 15 years in various capacities. He has held positions as a glassblower, hot shop technician, and teaching artist with organizations including Chihuly Boathouse, Glassybaby, Hilltop Artists, and the Museum of Glass. Currently, he is the Production Manager at Hilltop Artists in Tacoma.

Saori MatsushitaSaori M Stoneware is the official online store that handles the works of Saori Matsushita, a contemporary ceramic artist born in Japan. Originally specializing in ceramic sculpture, she incorporates innovative designs that break away from the conventional "ceramic essence" framework in pottery.

Mary Mann  - Mary Mann's paintings can be found throughout the pacific northwest, focused on the relationships between communities, people, and nature. 

AOLLeslie Barber - Leslie Barber (she/her) is an emerging Jamaican American fiber artist based in Seattle. Her practice primarily involves embroidery & rug tufting with a focus on prioritizing black culture, aspects of black womanhood and the joy black people continue to have despite a system built and maintained to diminish their successes. 

Haley White - Handmade jewelry from the greater Seattle area. Modern elements mixed with classic colors to create timeless pieces. 

J.A.W. - J.A.W has been making hearts out of concrete since 2014. 2000 of his notorious concrete hearts are sprinkled from Tacoma to the U District. "I hope my hearts bring a smile to people’s face and a little bit of joy to their lives when they see them." 

Rickie Wolfe Rickie Wolfe lives, works, and teaches in Seattle, Washington where she has a studio practice in printmaking and sculpture. Wolfe received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, fortunate to have matriculated when its ‘fifth year’ program was offered.

Bella Yongok Kim - Bella Yongok Kim (Gig Harbor) creates various artworks using recycled plastic packaging and fabric. Her work contemplates identity, migration, and the environment, encouraging us to envision a more sustainable world in our everyday lives

Marit Berg - Marit Berg is a local printmaker working in images of wildlife, natural forms, and domestic objects. Her work comes to life through detailed line work and observational representation. 

Robert Chism - As an award winning artist his work has been featured in numerous media publications locally and nationwide. From gallery shows to public displays his work has gained a reputation for its originality. With the bold use of color, attention to detail, and creative resolve Robert has the unique ability to create iconic images that are sure to catch your eye.

Gift ShopWendy Wahman - Wendy Whaman works in improvisational drawing, editorial illustration, infographics, and children's books.  

Christine Stoll  - "I am obsessed with old bits and baubles, and the sound of turning pages in a vintage dictionary. I relish the time spent running my hands through bins of vintage buttons, digging through old jars of vintage hardware at flea markets and estate sales, and flipping through my collection of vintage gas station maps.

Samantha Kocsis - Samantha is best known for her handmade wire-wrapped clay face pendants and paintings, done in acrylics and watercolors. She gets her inspiration from nature, animals, mythology, classic artists, films and literature and loves using environmentally friendly items in her artwork whenever possible. 

Lauren Knollmeyer - Lauren Knollmeyer explores healing through reintegrating suppressed emotions, identity, and interests. Engineer turned mother and painter of portraits and landscapes.

Essa Baird - Essa Baird is an interdisciplinary artist whose primary focus is on abstract painting and sculpture. She works intuitively with processes and material portraying a rare interpretation of color, line, texture, and repetition that captivates. The juxtaposition of materials is at the center of her work; clay, canvas, and wood could appear as the base for pigment, beads, and thread. 

Alex Mojica - "I am a designer and illustrator born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. I have been drawing and doing things art-related ever since I was younger. Illustration was the initial spark that led me into design as well."

Steve NagodeThe risk of losing wild salmon in the Salish Sea is real. By creating interesting art, pairing it with reading materials and encouraging others to explore our coast, perhaps there will be a learning moment and desire to preserve our natural resources.

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