Permanent Residency, 2019. Screenprint, woodcut, fingerprints on paper Notations A multi-media art show about migration, music, health, and family. Lucy Garnett seeks to understand the themes of migration, music, health, and family by breaking them down and rebuilding them into sculpture, print, painting, and installation. Reception: Saturday Dec 14, 5-8pmOn display: December 14, 2019 – end of March 2020Open: Monday through Friday, 8-5pmShow on display in the foyer, and on floors 3 and 4 at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline, WA Lucy Garnett’s “Notations” is in collaboration with the Seattle Artist League. About the artist Poulenc’s Sonata for Oboe and Piano, Movement 2 Scherzopastel on paper Lucy Garnett is an Anglo-Indian artist living in Seattle. She works to understand complicated systems by breaking them down visually. Her musical pieces relay the experience of hours of practice, learning to play each piece of music. Her major themes include migration, human health, social justice, and family dynamics. Lucy’s prints, paintings, installations, and sculptures can be viewed in the foyer, as well as the third and fourth floors of the Shoreline City Hall. Lucy has been an active participant in the Seattle Artist League since its founding in 2016.