Andrea K Lawson
Artist
26 Apr 2018 - 26 May 2018 Creativity Persists at COCA! Category: Show/Exhibit Event Website: https://cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/2018/4/26/creativity-persists Venue: CoCA, 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA Reception: 26 Apr 2018
Andrea's Painting after the Rain is part of this exhibit 2018 CoCA MEMBER SHOW "CREATIVITY PERSISTS"!

OPENING APRIL 26, 2018
Mark your calendars! The highly anticipated CoCA 2018 Members' Show is coming soon. Our "Creativity Persists" Members’ Show opens on Thursday 4/26. Join us for the opening reception from 6 - 9pm, during Pioneer Square First Thursday Artwalk with a special members-only preview and juror's talk on May 1 from 6 - 8pm where she will also announce the SAM Gallery award winner.
Hi!
Welcome to my second newsletter!
We have had a week of sun here in the Northwest! How are you doing and hope that you are getting sun too?
This weeks news is that I am pleased to be included in the COCA (Center on Contemporary Art) upcoming exhibit,
Creativity Persists!
If you are near the Seattle area, I hope that you will join me at the Thursday Gallery Walk opening! I'll be there!
Here's what COCA says about the show:
The highly anticipated CoCA 2018 Members' Show and link to their website: Creativity Persists opens today, Thursday, at 11am. Join us for a community celebration during Pioneer Square artwalk on May 3, from 6-9pm. Exhibit through May 26, 2018.

The show has become a unique experience of contemporary art from across the world. This annual event celebrates the true depths of creativity and highlights artists from as far away as Australia. CoCA is a haven for expression of diverse voices and our members build important networks with this show.

Art from across the US including Hawaii, Ohio, New York, Montana and Oregon. The breadth of talent from Washington state is superb with art from Tacoma, Bainbridge Island, Bellevue, Bellingham, Des Moines, Edmonds, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Mercer Island, Normandy Park, Olalla, Olympia, Port Angeles, Port Hadlock, Richmond, Renton, Redmond, Seatac, Shoreline, Snohomish, Woodinville and, of course, Seattle.