With a walk down to Market Street, in downtown Ballard, David and I stopped and had our lunch at Thaiku (5410 Ballard Ave NW). David and Ron had dinner there over the weekend with out of town guests (Karil and Ellen!, owners of “The Grove”) and David thought it a good idea to return. We started with ginger, onion, peanuts, lime and coconut all wrapped up in deep green leaves then topped with some sweet sauce. Mmmmmm. What was that? It was delicious.
The show opening was fabulous. Many thanks to Michael Monroe, Executive Director and Stefano Catalani, Curator at Bellevue Arts Museum.
Those shelves are the real deal. That’s David’s studio, transported to the museum.
On the shelves, I spy Pat Chatt.
A room with a view.
David’s “Confrontation in the Green Room”.
Beatiful bracelets, yes?
A catalog accompanies the show, with text by Stefano and some wonderful photos of David’s work. It can be purchased through the Museum Gift Shop, (www.bellevuearts.org). The calalog is $20 and has “Marble Bag; Hanging on by a Thread” as its cover boy.
And Happy Halloween.
Did your cousin ever tell you about the doll heads, kitchen cabinets and mayonnaise on those tween sleepovers?