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July's CoCA Star: Waldo Vega

Posted by caroline on July 8, 2016


Waldo Vega, owner of Ballard Outdoor.

Waldo Vega 

Waldo Vega has been a superstar supporter of CoCA for many years. Once a CoCA board member, Waldo now owns Ballard Outdoor, a local graphic design company. 

Though no longer a CoCA board member, Waldo remains an involved member of the CoCA community. Most recently Waldo and Ballard Outdoor generously designed and donated several large, outdoor banners for CoCA to use during our one day exhibition at the Elysian 20th Anniversary Festival

From all of us at CoCA, thank you Waldo for your continued support of CoCA, and the Seattle art scene!

You can learn more about Ballard Outdoor on their website, and on Facebook.

July CoCA Habit: Ron Evans

Posted by caroline on June 22, 2016


Ron Evans, VAC.
This month's CoCA Habit feature artist is WA artist, curator, business owner, and fan of the paranormal, Ron Evans. Evans likes to dwell in a world filled with robots, spaceships, aliens and ghosts. These are recurring subjects in his paintings, drawings, assemblage sculptures and comics.

Ron is the owner/curator of RadarStation Gallery and Magazine based in East Wenatchee WA, the singer for The Bloody Oranges and the host of the filthy paranormal podcast Tales From The Spacepod.

"Note to future robot invaders: I will sell out mankind for your evil plots. I will bow to your metallic queen. Just let me sketch you." - Ron
For continued updates on his endeavors, you can follow Ron Evans on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Be sure to also check out his Etsy account for the chance to add a piece of his work to your own collection!

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