Giacometti and the Figure in Motion An exciting show of artworks from the Intensive figure drawing workshop with NY artist Catherine Lepp are on display at the Seattle Artist League Gallery (SALGAL) this Saturday from 6-9pm Artists: Adena Marie AtkinsAntonia BlumeCynthia HartwigDorothy GleserKatie Joe Keppinger Join us this Saturday for an exciting exhibition opening, showcasing the results of Catherine Lepp’s intensive figure drawing workshop last fall. During this workshop, participating artists delved into Giacometti’s sculptures and drawings while they were on display at the Seattle Art Museum. Pulling inspiration from their experience and from models as they posed and moved around the SAL studio, the artists experimented with a variety of sketching materials, and life-size studies and collages. Now, we’re thrilled to present a unique collection of these studies, offering a glimpse into the creative process behind the artwork. Come witness the dedication of these artists firsthand. Join us for an unforgettable show that celebrates the beautiful process of figure drawing! The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity. Alberto Giacometti Equinox Art Attack: 6-9pm Saturday, April 8Equinox Art Attack: 6-9pm Saturday, May 13Also open by appointment We are part of Equinox! SAL Gallery5516 4th Ave SSeattle WA 98108Entrance at North Gate Catherine Lepp instructs artists Adena Marie Atkins, Dorothy Gleser, Katie Joe Keppinger, Antonia Blume, and Cynthia Hartwig Catherine Lepp Catherine Lepp is a New York-based artist originally from Sheffield in the U.K. Graduating from Manchester Polytechnic with a B.F.A in painting she arrived in NYC to experience American art and work as an artist’s assistant. She returned to study at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture and after completing the certificate program she was accepted to the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in 2004. Catherine’s work has been included in various group shows throughout the U.S. and the U.K. She teaches at the Seattle Artist League, and the New York Studio School.