Mark J. Eaton


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Mark J Eaton

Mark J. Eaton, 66, passed away 12/22/2018 in Seattle, WA.image of Mark J Eaton

He will be remembered for his love and passion of art which was the true extension of his spirit.

He is survived by his loving partner Julie, siblings Michele, Susan, Roberta and John, his nephews and nieces, and numerous other family and friends including his friends in the art world.

Please think of Mark with loving memory when you peacefully embrace and give thanks to all the beauty of this world, universe and beyond.

“Do what you love – Be what you truly love – Have faith you are.” – Mark J. Eaton

12 Responses to “Mark J. Eaton”

  • MARY WARD says:

    Cousin Mark .. his art, his kindness, and humor, and sweet smile will forever ever be in our hearts .. love you forever and always, cuz! ❤️

  • Shawn Eaton Sr says:

    Mark I’ll look to the east in the morning and west in the evening. I know in my heart that the sunrises and sunsets will be more beautiful moving forward. Your love for art will shine everyday for everyone to see . Rest In Peace cuzin!

  • Colleen Eaton-Diedrich says:

    Grateful to have connected with cousin Mark over FB a few years. After seeing some of his art, we purchased a beautiful piece that we have hanging in our dining room. He was so lovely and kind to talk to. My Dad shared many great stories of their time spent together when they were young. Funny stories of traveling together in the moving business. “Gentle soul” and “great sense of humor” were mentioned. Love and Peace going out to his friends and family. ❤️

  • James Eaton Jr says:

    Thinking of Mark brings a smile and a tear and it always will he won’t be forgotten ❤️

  • Michelle Eaton-Golder says:

    Mark, I loved your sweet smile and your sense of humor, and giggling-laugh will always be a great memory that will live on in our hearts forever ❤️ Love you cousin!

  • Michelle Eaton-Golder says:

    Cousin Mark, I will always remember your sweet smile and sense of humor, giggly laugh that just seemed to lighten the room. You always had a way to see the beauty in our crazy world and your art work was a beautiful expression of your kind & gentle heart….❤️ Love you cousin!

  • Michelle Eaton-Golder says:

    Cousin Mark, I will always remember your sweet smile, sense of humor, and giggly laugh. You could always see the beauty in our crazy world, and expressed it in your art work. Your kindness and gentle heart will always be with us! ❤️

  • Stephanie Wright says:

    Our love for you Mark and Julie is vast and forever. The Wright Family

  • Dean of the Kisten Gallery,friendly foam shop says:

    Im so sad today, just learned about Mark‘s passing …I met him and Julie at an art auction in Lynnwood and was blown away by his inside curve, cornerplaced painting,
    A favorite in my collection!!
    My collection of Marks paintings are some of the things I hold dearest and would grab them first in event of a fire or or some kind of catastrophe!!
    His gentle being and his quirky personality were a joy for me to be around and I consider myself better off for having known
    This Beautiful man

  • Justus says:

    I have two wonderful paintings by Mark that I enjoy every time I look at them. He will be missed. A true artist.

  • Lori & Steve Buchsbaum says:

    We have several paintings of Mark’s, one that draws attention from all visitors and embodies what we knew of Mark – a fascination with the connection of art and the science of movement. We just came across this page and learned that he died. We send to all Mark’s family and friends our appreciation for getting to know Mark and engage with him around the art that he clearly loved. We are sad that we will not be able to engage with him again. Lori & Steve

  • Gary Liles says:

    I haven’t seen Mark since the Eaton’s moved Stone Avenue. I was their next door neighbor. I want to relate something that happened then. I was watching Mark paint clouds and he took the time to explain that you have to add red into the paint to make the clouds look real. He could have continued to paint with no comment but, he took the time to try to teach the kid next door how to paint. That stuck with me all my life. This type of person is special and I am sorry he is gone.

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