What: The Capitol Hill art gallery and wine bar teams up with ArtAche Market to showcase local artists at their monthly Sunday market. Here, we chat with Vermillion owner Diana Adams about this new eat-drink-buy scene.
WWW: What makes your Sunday market different from other Seattle indoor markets?
Adams: Our market will put a little more emphasis on fine art. A lot of the artists we’ll have are people who are interested in having regular shows at Vermillion but we don’t have room for because we are booked for most of the year.
Should shoppers expect any vintage or crafty stuff at all, or just fine art?
We have an even split between fine artists, Etsylike crafters, jewelry, vintage, and records.
What are your favorite products or sellers right now?
Ghost Gallery had a spot at the October Artache, so anyone who has been to that gallery has an indication as to the fine art aspect. Neon Nightmare will be at the November market. Each market is a unique blend of artists.
Shoppers at your market can also be eaters and drinkers. Will there be any specials in that department?
We’ll have our regular happy hour from 3 to 7 which is $3 wells, bottle beer, and house wine. Boilermakers are $5. We’ll post a food special depending on what the weather looks like it’s going to be that day.
When: November 6 from 3 to 8; markets are every first Sunday of the month.