EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED

EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED

What is light? How do you work with it? And what can you do with it?
— Dylan Neuwirth (Seattle Magazine)
 Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018.

Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018.

[We’re focusing on] a new wave of neon artists exploring light, space, and interactive technologies.
— Dylan Neuwirth (Seattle Magazine)
 Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018

Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018

It’s the fact that it’s purely emotional; [when] people approach something that’s lit up like neon, their response is nothing but positive. I feel like when you approach something purely aesthetic or LED it’s not the same. And I think people understand that now, that it’s a feeling that [neon] creates.
— Dylan Neuwirth (Seattle Magazine)
 Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018 

Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018 

Why neon, why now? Perhaps it’s the medium’s nostalgic flair and nod to enduring brands, a natural partner for our Instagram-obsessed culture.
— Gwendolyn Elliott (Seattle Magazine)
 Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018 

Image by Western Neon School of Art © 2018 


Check out the Seattle P.I. article online here, and the May 2018 issue of Seattle Magazine at any local newsstand through the rest of the month. A big thank you to the Seattle P.I. and Seattle Magazine for their wonderful features about Western Neon School of Art.

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