I'm having a love affair with this new marble in the stone gallery. Meet my new crush, Jaipur Calacatta marble 😍 Rich creamy tones, dramatic movement, and at an A+ price level?! Did someone say Full-height backsplash?! . . . . #pental #naturalstone #granitecountertops #granite #graniteslab #stoneslab #pentalseattle #seattle #stonegallery #Seattleshowroom #stonefabrication #stonefabricator #stonefabricators #stonecountertops #kitchendesign #kitchencountertops #kitchenremodel #remodel #bathroomremodel #remodeling #seattledesigner #seattlearchitects #seattlebuilder
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Rob finished his coffee table!
ARTIST ORGANIZERS: Community Building Working Group Gathering for artists who organize things, and people who run artist-centered organizations in the expanded field of visual art next Tuesday, October 23, 6:30-9:00 PM at Oxbow. Please RSVP (link in bio). . It's a tough time right now. Come over to Georgetown next Tuesday to explore how we might better support one another — not just to survive this winter, but to thrive in the long haul — connecting across communities, aligning our actions with our values, staying in touch. There will be snacks and drinks. . Hosted at Oxbow and thanks to Common Field for sponsoring. Thanks to Anne Focke, Juan Franco, Carole Fuller, Ben Gannon, Susie Lee, and Tariqa Waters for their help. . Accessibility: Oxbow is located on the ground level. ASL interpretation is available on request. Please get in touch with me as soon as possible indicating your interpretation needs. . If you have children: they are welcome. There won't be an organized child care service, but we will have art supplies and toys available if you let me know in advance. . Public transportation: From Capitol Hill, First Hill and Beacon Hill take the 60 bus heading south to get right there. From the Central District or Madrona, head west (perhaps on the 3 bus) to catch the 60 bus at Broadway and Jefferson. From points farther north your best bet is to take the light rail to the Beacon Hill and hop on the 60 bus there heading south. From Downtown and Sodo, take the 124 bus heading south. From points south of Georgetown, take a look at the 132 bus or 128 bus heading north, from which you can transfer to the 60 bus for the last little bit.
Here I am at the cloud factory, overseeing the cluster of cumulonimbus clouds I commissioned for the weekend.
Another round of interviews this morning. Hiring in this city is TOUGH. I hope I find my dream decorator today. It's cold AF in here.