Northwest Wild and Fresh

Opens Sundays noon-3pm in April


An art show of Angie Dixon's sumi ink paintings

The FoodArt Collection is proud to present a show of new sumi ink paintings celebrating the abundance of wild and fresh foods available in the Pacific Northwest from Seattle artist Angie Dixon.

Artist Statement


My artwork is inspired by the energy that runs through all nature. Asian Brush and Ink Painting has a quality that is like no other art form. It translates the vitality of nature into dancing brushstrokes that are alive and go beyond depiction and capture the subject's essence.


The expressive quality of brush and ink captivated me while I was in art school and continues to amaze and fascinate me with how what appears to be minimal can hold and say so much.


These pieces are of the wild nature of the Pacific Northwest that nourishes us emotionally, psychologically and physically. 


About the Artist


Angie Dixon studied art at the University of Washington graduating with degrees in fine art and art history in 1976  and went on to do graduate studies at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in the People’s Republic of China in 1984.


At the University of Washington she studied with renown painter and sculptor George Tsutakawa and visiting Japanese calligraphers and painters that sparked her interest in Asian brush and ink painting known as Sumi Painting.


Angie's art work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the United States and Japan and her artwork is in a number of public and private collections including the Washington and Alaska State Arts Collections.


Angie lives in Seattle and teaches painting at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Kirkland Arts Center and at the Seattle Artist League.