Janice King is a fiber artist and writer who has long had a deep sense of place in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Her work encompasses art quilting, textile collage and art knitting, combining new with rescued or repurposed materials.
For the artEAST community art center in Issaquah, Washington, Janice was an exhibit artist, curator, and community programming organizer for multiple shows. She also cofounded the Eastside Art Quilters group, is a long-time nature walk leader, and is author of the local walking guidebook, Eastside Seattle Walks.
Contact: janice @ writespark.com
Exhibition and Curating History
2023 “Artful Stories and Community Narratives” exhibit at Sammamish City Hall (exhibiting artist)
2022 “Rootedness” invitational exhibit and artist open house day at Issaquah Highlands Blakely Hall (organizer, co-curator and demonstration artist)
2017 artEAST Annual Member Show at Issaquah Highlands Blakely Hall (exhibiting artist)
2016 “Call of the Clouds” exhibit, artEAST gallery at Issaquah Highlands Blakely Hall (exhibiting artist)
2015 “I Am” exhibit of quilts from the Pacific Northwest African-American Quilters, artEAST gallery at Issaquah Highlands Blakely Hall (co-curator)
2014 Eastside Art Quilters exhibit at artEAST Front Street gallery as part of downtown Issaquah Art Walk (exhibiting artist and curator, group co-founder)
2013 “Head to Toe: Art of the Human Figure” exhibit at University House Wallingford (exhibiting artist)
2013 “Stitch” exhibit of art works in multiple mediums reflecting textiles and stitchery, artEAST Front Street gallery, Issaquah (exhibiting artist and co-curator)
2011 “The Art of Quilts” exhibit, Providence Marionwood, Issaquah (exhibiting artist and co-curator)
2010 “What Makes a City” exhibit of Sammamish artists, artEAST Front Street gallery, Issaquah (exhibiting artist and curator)
2008 Guest Exhibit by Contemporary Quilt Art Association, artEAST Front Street gallery, Issaquah (co-curator)