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Meet the artist: Daniel T. Fleming
Photographer, digital artist, printmaker…. Humanitarian
When I decided to devote myself to photography-based digital art my top goal was to become a Pike Place Market Daystall Artist and, after 2 years, during which I applied a half dozen times, in 2007, I was invited to begin what has become a 14 year career in the arts.
On any given summer day in Seattle, with the Port full of cruise ships, the Market can see upwards of 100,000 visitors perusing all of the art, craft, fish, produce and other sundry offerings and I get to share my born-and-raised-in-the-Northwest story and my catalogue of PNW artworks with hundreds of people. The Covid crisis has taken the majority of these folk out of the mix and I’ve had to learn new ways.
Recently, in response to the pandemic, the Pike Place Market Foundation made business development grants available to Market Small Business Owners and I received one which I’m using to build this shiny new website and charitable initiative. My new mission includes goals of becoming a significant donor to the Pike Place Market through it’s Foundation and to create at least one full time, living-wage job with benefits.
Every purchase from The Art of Feeding People supports a Seattle based small business
and buys at least one meal for a person in need.*
Be sure to visit the store and choose your favorite piece of PNW made digital art!
*My research concluded that it costs around $4 for a service agency to deliver a meal to a person in King County so “a meal” in this case will be a $4 donation made directly to the Pike Market Food Bank.