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Come check out Sushi Hana's first ever dual artist show next Friday, February 5th.
Photographers Emily Elliot and Lindsey Tucker will be showing their work upstairs from 5:00-8:00pm. Feel free to take a peek, talk with the artists, and enjoy complimentary wine, sushi, and other refreshments.
About the Artists:
Emily Elliott uses photography, photocollage, and music to express herself. Her work investigates nature, the overlooked, time and the ephemeral. She studied photography, art and music at Hampshire College, College of Santa Fe, and Santa Fe Community College. Born in New Jersey, Emily has been creating art for most of her life. She lived in New Mexico for about 15 years, and worked as a Gallery Administrator in Santa Fe's Canyon Road and Railyard Arts Districts. Emily exhibited her art in Santa Fe. She also worked as a graphic designer and photographer, and continues to offer these services. Emily currently lives in Missoula, Montana, where she relocated in 2014. Since moving to Missoula, she has started a greeting card business called Falling Leaf Cards. She is also the Mercantile Orderer at the Good Food Store.
Lindsey is an observer, learner, and creator. She is endlessly intrigued by the basic, yet complicated, variables that influence who we are as individuals and as a culture. Questions of overlap and divergence, force and yielding, Dz reality dz and perspective are often at the root of her creations. These frequently take manifestation in her photography or ceramics but can also be found in her musical endeavors, jewelry, cooking, and various 2D media. While these ideas have lured her from her home state of Idaho to travel half of the continents, she has now settled into Missoula, MT, where she formally studied fine art and anthropology at University of Montana. Her works have been shown or performed in Southwestern Mexico and throughout the Inter mountain West, USA.