Ronie Schwend shows her painting, ‘Hooo’s Ready For School’ at The Outlet Collection art party. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Live artwork, for all to see

  • Wednesday, September 6, 2017 3:30pm
  • Life

Members of the Auburn Valley Creative Arts organization created unique pieces of artwork live at The Outlet Collection | Seattle on Aug. 31 – part of the Canvas Project, a nationwide initiative presented by Washington Prime Group that aims to bring artistic experiences to communities and add new energy to the traditional mall experience.

Artists performed at an area outside the Nike Factory Store while mall patrons watched the creative process in real time at the Auburn mall. Materials were provided for patrons to create their own unique pieces alongside the local artists.

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