More Artists to Catch at LRP's Art Auction
As the Lavender Rights Project’s Art Auction Fundraiser approaches, we hope you’ll check out the work of some of the artists that will be featured in our event!
You don’t want to miss the Art Auction on Friday, December 14 from 5:00-9:00pm at All Pilgrims. Purchase your tickets here.
Abbey Sacks is a queer filmmaker and photographer based in Seattle, Washington. In the past, she has created music videos, short documentaries, narratives, portrait photography and various other projects. Her work focuses around themes of feminism, underrepresented voices and vulnerability. She tries to be vulnerable through everything she makes and to create spaces for others to be vulnerable with her.
Arlo Van Liew is a senior at Garfield High School. As a trans masculine person, Arlo uses their art to explore their identity. Arlo says the following about their art:
“I would describe my art as a stylized exploration of my life. I explore topics of gender, queerness, privilege, mental health and perception of self. Along with these topics, much of my work are recreations of dreams I've had. My preferred mediums include gouache, sumi ink, clay and pen.”
“Removing a face doesn’t remove the identity of the image, on the contrary it unlocks it. With these initial constraints removed opportunities are fertile for abstracting, fracturing and multiplying an images “identity”. The result is a multi dimensional conversation opening up new and wider lanes for both the image and the observer” – Jo Bazuka
Multi media symbolist, as seen in West Sound Home and Garden Magazine.
“Nothing is what is used to be.”
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“Artists, by their free expressions, encourage others to be free. This is the quality that makes works of art enduring.” - Marty Rubin
Tomo describes her work as usually being very simple, often times using atypical materials to create.
Check out our Art Auction page to see a more complete listing of the art pieces available during the silent auction, purchase tickets, or sign up to volunteer!
Founded in 2016, the Lavender Rights Project advances a more just and equitable society by providing low-cost civil legal services and community programming centered in values of social justice for trans and queer low-income people and other marginalized communities.
The Lavender Rights Project aims to combat the gatekeeping of legal knowledge and mobility by building community-based familiarity with legal processes and preparing community members to effectively advocate for themselves and their loved ones.