City Arts Covered Creatura House!

City Arts Dec 2017

“The art market has changed drastically, as evidenced by a zillion galleries closing,” Kirsten Anderson says as she surveys the ever-evolving strip of Capitol Hill’s Pike-Pine corridor. Among the manic drama, one thing has captured her attention: The home décor market is huge and growing.

Over the past two decades, Anderson carved out a popular niche for her Roq la Rue Gallery, first in Belltown and later in Pioneer Square. (Disclosure: Anderson represented my artwork.) Roq closed in 2016 and now the curator and entrepreneur, along with business partner Mark Long, is taking over a storefront on Pike Street—nestled between a sex-toy store and a sandwich shop—where she’s bringing her personal style to the décor world. Opening Dec. 15, Creatura House showcases Anderson’s curatorial sensibility and offers a gorgeous, unorthodox flavor of apartment therapy... See more HERE...

 

Kirsten Anderson