We are thrilled to welcome our dear friend, fine artist, and founder of beloved August Etta, Katrina Jane Perry for a special exhibition / popup at The Abode. Join us on Friday, July 19 for this special event, which will include a curation of recent works (sculpture, marble rings, special installation), and goods from her textile based collaboration in Oaxaca, Mexico. This will be a special opportunity, so please join us - all are welcome!
Join us every second Saturday of the month, from 6-9, as we open our doors for the Eastside Art Stumble. We’ll be rotating art and various goods from Nomad Collective each month, so expect something fresh every time you visit! Come as you are…and feel free to wander, shop, or simply sit and enjoy a good conversation and a cup of tea!
Eneit (EN - EE - IT) - A feminine root of Middle Welsh origin meaning “spirit” or “life.” Ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to breathe” or “blow.”
Historically, ancient cultures and traditions associate ideas of spirit, life, breath, and creation with the feminine principle. Not to be confused with the modern term “feminist,” The Feminine is the aspect of self associated with love, unity, creation, intuition, community, sensuality, and a deep connection to nature. It is an energy that all humanity has access to. Through performance art, textile art, and mixed media, female artists - Rebekka Seale and Celeste Green - individually explore their personal connection to ideas around this life force energy and what it means to be whole.