Kirkland's Heathman Hotel hosts Vintimate art exhibition

This David Taylor piece will be on display during the Heathman Hotel
This David Taylor piece will be on display during the Heathman Hotel's Vintimate event on Sept. 11.
— image credit: Contributed art

A vibrant collection of fashion, fare, paintings, cocktails and ballroom-beats will be showcased during Vintimate, at Kirkland’s Heathman Hotel from 5-8 p.m. on Sept. 11.
The event offers guests the opportunity to view the original artwork of Northwest artist David Traylor and local fashions by Seattle Thread Company, while listening to a great mix of DJ driven tunes. Executive chef Brian Scheehser has designed a selection of tastes created from the freshly picked late summer harvest off his 18-acre farm. With a nod to the season, a selection of avant-garde Stolichnaya vodka cocktails will round the evening’s celebration.
As a visual artist and landscape architect, David Traylor works at the interface of chaos and control to paint gardens and landscapes, both real and imaginary. His artistry can be found in galleries around the greater Seattle area and Washington State, including Ryan James Fine Arts in Kirkland. Traylor’s art pieces will be on display at the Heathman through the end of September and are available for purchase.
Kirkland’s Seattle Thread Company offers a curated collection of casual and business-casual men’s clothing with on-site tailoring for a custom fit. Their reputation is built on providing customers with timeless style, proper fit, and quality fabrics in a professional and friendly shop.
Viewing of both collections will be accompanied by a great mix of DJ driven tunes.  The Vintimate Social is a 21-and-over event.
Tickets are offered at $30 per person in advance and $35 per person at the door, with both price options are inclusive of tax and gratuity. To purchase, call (425) 284-5858 or email

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