UHeights Artist Collective


The UHeights Artist Collective is a group of visual artists, artisans, jewelry makers, photographers, and creatives made to celebrate our local artistic community and all they have to offer.

UHeights Artist Collective Annual Events




Learn about and apply to become a member of the UHeights Artist Collective here.

UHeights Artist Collective Members

Exhibition: Free Art Gallery Opening - Celebrating the latest works from the UHeights Artist Collective

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Academy for Percision Learning (APL)

Nonprofit Organization | Academy for Precision Learning is a place where students can share their talents and be uniquely themselves. We have many creatives at our school, and we are proud to share some of their work here. 

Artists currently featured: 

Lea, Grade 11

Kaya Rocio Cisneros, Grade 12

Jason Rodriguez, Grade 7

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Afomia Assefa

Through painting, photography, and multimedia work, Afomia explores what it means to find the portals of opportunity in our mind and body that allows for change. As she looks ahead, she wants to expand on the intersection of technology.

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Alice Larson

Origami Folded Paper Art | Alice has been an origami artist for at least 30 years. Her primary current venue is her origami gallery (Island Paper Chase) on Vashon Island, but she has also been and continue to be involved in numerous shows and exhibits across the Northwest.

Ananya Mishra

Ananya is an avid street photographer and aspiring photojournalist. She loves to capture candid moments and document the world around her. She has been published in the Seattle Times, the Minnesota Daily, and Northwest Asian Weekly.

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Ananya Mishra

Ananya is an avid street photographer and aspiring photojournalist. She loves to capture candid moments and document the world around her. She has been published in the Seattle Times, the Minnesota Daily, and Northwest Asian Weekly.

Anne Lovinger Earhart


Photographer | Anne Lovinger Earhart was born in Madison, WI, and grew up in Richland, MI. She studied Theater Directing and Filmmaking in London, UK, and received her Post-Baccalaureate in Photography and MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute. She has lived in and shown work in London, San Francisco, and Seattle. Anne had a longtime focus on film, photography, and installation work, but has
recently pivoted back to her foundations in painting, drawing, and printmaking. She has taught and
managed school and museum fine art programs from preschool through university, and she currently
lives and works in Seattle, WA.

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The Colorization Collective

Arts Organization | The Colorization Collective is an organization that supports teen artists of color and hopes to promote diversity in the art world through inclusive and accessible means. As part of their programming, we facilitate opportunities for BIPOC teens to share their artwork. As an organization, they support teens working in all artistic mediums.


Doorway Project

Various artists working across mediums currently focused on mixed-media visual works.


Elise Tissot Storey

Visual Artist - Elise is a former dancer and pastry chef who traded toe shoes and mixers for an easel and a press and has reveled in making visual art since. She has lived around the world studying and enjoying other cultures and ways of life, all the while collecting stories, friendships, and many objects to paint, draw, carve, or print.

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Elizabeth Lemon

Visual Artist | Elizabeth is a fine art photographer with roots in photojournalism. She is currently exploring new ways of conveying messages combing her work studying marriage and family therapy and personal healing through large-scale, abstract, multi-media works of art. Native to the Southwest, Elizabeth now calls Seattle home after living and traveling around the world. Website and IG soon to come!


Hope Angel

Hope Angel is a local Pacific Northwest artist specializing in original acrylic paintings. Painting in her cozy, eclectic art studio in Seattle since 2017, she enjoys adding unique perspectives to her designs to make each piece truly memorable. The inspiration of myriad natural wonders that the Pacific Northwest offers feeds her diverse and varied artwork, from seascapes and landscapes to abstract flowers and bridges, and much more. Often, she surprises herself with the finished product. Her work is displayed in galleries and coffee houses statewide.


Kendra Azari

Kendra Azari is a Seattle born Visual Artist, Activist, Educator and Student of Life. She has had a passion for art from a young age and has dedicated her life to bringing beauty to her community. She draws inspiration from her Persian heritage, the beauty of women, spirituality, her search for inner peace and Mother Nature. She has a passion for public art and community connection.

Latisha Franklin

Inspirational Quotes | Latisha and her daughter are an artist duo with many homemade hand crafted artistic items to choose from such as key chains, t-shirts, mugs, and more.


Linda Risler

Cotton Fabric Quilts and Baskets | For Linda, quilting is an adventure in style, color, and symmetry. It has become an extension of her science background, allowing her to create friendly pieces which can bring warmth and comfort, using modern technology but still hand made.


Marvin Eusebio

Marvin "JAZZ" Eusebio is a Dominican multidisciplinary artist focusing in acrylic paint and collage. His ideas stem from his experience living in the city and the hedonism he acquaints to that experience. Whether it be chaos or minimalism, his art is always provoking the innermost of our desires and the most curious of our longing.


Matt Leaman

Matt Leaman is a photographer. His happy place is out in nature; enjoying the landscapes, seascapes, and wildlife that is all around us. Most of my adventures are focused on experiencing new natural places and/or seeing animals in their wild habitats.


Paws with Cause

Nonprofit Organization | Grounded in love and concern for animals, Paws with Cause brings an opportunity for seniors and others to express themselves through painting portraits of local area shelter pets.


Robbin Hadnot

Robbin Hadnot is a cloth and vinyl artist. As a caregiver in the health care field for 22 years, Robbin spent lots of time in peoples' homes taking care of them. This sparked the idea of her business, Real Love Matters 1st, where she began making clothes, handle protectors, and personalized aprons. She enjoys selling her items and seeing the smiles and laughter they bring to her customers.

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Sarah Carr

Sarah Carr is a fiber artist, printmaker, and theatre designer based in Seattle, WA. She holds a degree in cultural anthropology. Her work often relies on natural materials like wool, but utilizes bright, juxtaposed colors that speak to the urban environment in which she lives. Her aesthetic of sinuous lines and irregular patterns in varied hues emerged almost a decade ago after she struggled with a brain injury. She sees her work as a visual representation of the experience of inhabiting her somewhat altered brain.

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Shelby Cramer

Shelby Iwatani Cramer is an artist who explores their Filipino heritage through jewelry fabrication and metalworking.


Tom Langehaug

Candlemaker & Acrylic Artist


Valencia Lawson

Candlemaker | Valencia is a Seattle based artist that uses wax to form art that make people smile. She is passionate about the way that her art makes people feel once they lay eyes on it.