Artisan Coffee Roasters Since 1993
With a love of POP, DADA and Surrealism, Mark Randall’s art can be best described as a tactile survey of elements from those artists he has admired and studied.
He uses common materials; paper, joint compound, house paint, tempera, markers, varnishes and found objects. Randall lavishes these media to wood, cardboard and rusty corrugated steel. He works on either a flat plane, a box or a column form.
Randall creates grounds of distressed paper collage and/or pure POP colors panels and stripes. Randall will then overlay a large format Xerox image and apply coats of varnish that “melts” the bond paper into the final composition.
The imagery evolves from his lifelong interest in tidbits of paper, random objects and popular sources from fashion, magazines, religion, film, photography, art history and the internet.
Randall works to makes the ordinary appear ….extraordinary
We purchase our beans from a few different sources who have direct contact with the coffee farmers. We know the farmers who grow our beans are getting the best prices and can count on their beans being purchased year after year.
We take pride in being part of the art community, encouraging and supporting local artists. Take a closer look.
One of Seattle’s original roaster cafes, Lighthouse has spent more than twenty years creating a loyal following of coffee lovers by treating the coffee buying, roasting and drink-making as a noble calling.