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Thu, November 15, 2018:  6:30pm — 9:00pm

VineArts, an evening of local wine and local art benefitting Path with Art.

Savor your way through wine tastings and food pairings, vote on your favorite “mystery” wines from local wineries, and support the art community – all while surrounded by the beauty of Dale Chihuly’s art at Chihuly Garden and Glass.  

This year, guests will have the opportunity to purchase a hand-blown glass goblet, selecting from unique designs from four local artists.

For 2018, VineArts benefits Path with Art, a transformative, local, nonprofit organization. Their dedication to providing access to the arts for people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma offers a critical bridge to the community and a path to stability. A portion of proceeds from all sales will be donated through the Center Art Foundation, a subsidiary of the Seattle Foundation established to enhance the quality-of-life in our communities through support of the arts. 

This is a 21+ event – ID’s must be shown at the door for entrance for all ages.

$75 + tax & gratuity  


2018 Wineries:  
Passing Time Winery
Kevin White Winery
Dunham Cellars
Sparkman Cellars
DeLille Cellars
Avennia Wine
Goose Ridge Vineyards

And the 2017 winner....
Pepper Bridge Winery

Hand-blown glass goblets will be available for purchase at the event, and are designed by the following local artists:

Two Tone Studios - Boyd Sugiki and Lisa Zerkowitz- Two Tone Studios’ goblets will be available to purchase at VineArts for $200. 

Two Tone Studios creates contemporary designed hand blown glass objects with a nod to the past. Husband and wife team Boyd Sugiki and Lisa Zerkowitz handcraft each unique design. Inspired by mid-century designs and colors, the work they create blends clean simple lines with a fresh color palette to produce beautiful handmade objects that people can live with each day and enjoy fully. 

Granite Calimpong Glass - Granite Calimpong- Granite Calimpong’s goblets will be available to purchase at VineArts for $230.

Granite grew up the son of a potter in Northern California; his hands were covered in clay long before discovering glass. Growing up in a household full of handmade objects fostered his lifelong connection to the subtleties of function and form through the scrutiny of everyday use. It continues to influence his practice as a glassmaker. 

Richard Langley- Goblets from Richard Langley will be available to purchase at VineArts for $250.

Richard Langley began blowing glass as an apprentice to Michelle Kaptur in Bend, Oregon in 1997. In 2001, he moved to Florence, Montana and opened Cloud Cap Glass studios where he started a production line and taught glassblowing classes. Wanting to further his education and career, he moved to Seattle and has worked for various artists and production glass houses, along with building another glass shop to continue making his own line of blown glass. 

This is a 21+ event – ID’s must be shown at the door for entrance for all ages. Total price ($100.75) is inclusive of wine tastings, food, music, Exhibition admission, gratuity, and taxes. 

"Do Not Miss"

Thought we were killing an hour but was the highlight of our day. No photographs could do it justice. We are seasoned travelers and one of the best exhibits I have ever seen.


Reviewed October 29, 2015 on TripAdvisor


Visit during the evening and you'll be delighted by the garden spectacle. Chihuly's glass sculptures come alive through the vibrant showcase amongst nature - its best context! A feast for your eyes and imagination.


Reviewed October 29, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"A must when visiting Seattle!"

This exhibit is absolutely amazing! I have visited Seattle many times and this was my first visit to Chihuly and I cannot believe it took me so long! The glass is breathtaking and each piece is beautiful and unique. I HIGHLY recommend visiting when your in the city.


Reviewed October 29, 2015 on TripAdvisor


What a wonderful exhibit! This was a total surprise to me and it was a visit to remember. Each exhibit was breath taking and fortunately there is a series of short films explaining the process. To my mind this is a must see in Seattle.


Reviewed June 2, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"Amazing. Go here."

Amazing art, great venue- great setting. Flawless. Don't miss this place. Went with a 3 year old and she was even impressed. Amongst lots of Seattle tourist destinations- easy to get to. Seriously, go here!


Reviewed May 4, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"A wonderful treasure"

Photos cannot do this exhibition justice. As I wandered from room to room my reaction was a continual WOW. Then to head out into the Garden and see Glass sculptures matching the flower gardens - that was beautiful. If I had more time in Seattle, I would have loved to have visited again.


Reviewed May 4, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"Don't miss it!"

An amazing and beautiful exhibition of craft glass. I'm not usually impressed by this sort of stuff but the scale, variety and lighting of these very elegant glass sculptures is amazing. The gardens, with glass and flowers contrasting and blending, are also very relaxing - if it wasn't for the traditional Seattle drizzle!


Reviewed May 4, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"Beautiful, peaceful and one of a kind..."

A great way to spend a couple of hours. Take your time strolling through the museum. Part of the museum is a theater with several short films about Chihuly - take the time to watch them, they are interesting. Take plenty of pics, some of the most beautiful colors! Also great is the fact that you can buy your ticket via a kiosk outside, will save you tons of time. You can also buy a joint ticket for the space needle and the museum. One fun tip: in the garden in the afternoon there is a blue glass ball that has a beautiful reflection of the space needle. it is one of my favorite pictures from my trip to Seattle.


Reviewed May 4, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"Glass at it's Very Finest"

You will find no other display of glass works as plentiful and as beautifully mastered as Seattle's Chihuly Garden and Glass. Whether you have ever blown glass or not, you will be left amazed.


Reviewed May 3, 2015 on TripAdvisor

"Moved me to tears"

I am not an artistic person, but I did connect with the display at this museum. The presentations of Native American art was small but well displayed. I love to garden and the use of glass outside as a natural drop was creative and spectacular.


Reviewed May 3, 2015 on TripAdvisor


If you are not familiar with Chihuly, you will be amazed. Wide variety of works representing his artistry over the years. The outdoor gardens are spectacular, and if you are observant, you will find glass orbs with the Space Needle reflected in them!


Reviewed May 2, 2015 on TripAdvisor