New public installation at Yesler Terrace

Yeggy's latest public installation entitled "Harmony" was featured on the Seattle Globalist. "Harmony" is a seven foot tall mosaic sculpture that weaves a message of multiculuralism and peace at Kebero Court, the first new building to be constructed in the Yesler Terrace redevelopment. The Yesler Terrace low income housing community is home to a large multicultrual population that includes immigrants, From the Seattle Globalist: As of now, about half of the 561 Read More

All That is Left Behind

Starting in January Yeggy's "Left Behind" installation, along with several paintings, will be featured at the Kennedy Museum of Art as part of a group show called Wax and Gold: Contemporary Artists from the Horn of Africa. Wax and Gold exhibits for the first time a group of artists from several countries in the Horn of Africa, comprised of Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Djibouti, and Somalia along the Red Sea, who today Read More

Now Hanging at Seattle Mayor’s Office

Yeggy is honored to have his paintings hanging in Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's office, right next to the work of the famous Jacob Lawrence! This showing is part of the Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works program, which collects artwork for display at Seattle Public Utilities locations and other City of Seattle offices. Seattle has done a remarkable job, recently, in providing resources and support for artists of color - over $150,000 allocated this Read More

Installation at Seattle Flag Day Festival

Seattle CityClub is thrilled to announce that award-winning artist Yeggy Michael will create an art installation for a new festival that celebrates civic life for all Seattleites. Flag Day Festival: Celebrating Seattle's Civic Life on June 14 is a free public event which will feature a naturalization ceremony for new citizens, a “sworn again” oath-taking for current citizens, free food representing diverse ethnic cuisines and local musicians. We’re taking the iconic Read More