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Barns Adrift With Jeremy Mangan

Jeremy Mangan is an artist based out of the tiny little town of Fife. Jeremy paints barns– barns adrift in the ocean, barns winding their way through wheat fields, barns just sitting being barns– and manages to make them sweetly magical. Check out his show at the Fulcrum Gallery in Tacoma now through July 10th....Read...
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Tanya Batura At James Harris Gallery In Seattle!

Now through June 19th at James Harris Gallery (312 2nd Ave. S., Seattle, WA), Tanya Batura will be showing her earthenware and acrylic life-sized human forms. While picture-perfect from some angles, her creations are flawed from other viewpoints — the faces crumpling at scarred points and missing complete cross-sections.
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Yet Another Amazing Art Month In New York.

New York is ever crammed full of amazing art. Here are just some of the shows going on right now through mid-June that you, yes you, should really go check out. Alison Elizabeth Taylor Alison Elizabeth Taylor is a talented multi-disciplinary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She is now showing Foreclosed through...Read...
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Justin Gibbens at Punch Gallery

Justin Gibbens is an artist we’ve mentioned before, but his new show, Hydras and Basilisks, is certainly worth mentioning again. Justin has been making amazing work throughout Washington for years, and his new show at Punch does not disappoint. Using delicate layers of watercolor, gouache, graphite, and oolong tea, Justin creates stunning naturalist paintings of...Read...
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Aida Gamez‘s Take On Stuffed Animals!

Fuzzy little leftover childhood treasures get a fresh face, fur, and skin when Aida Gamez is done working with their rumpled, crumpled selves. Graphite pencils turn cute things into the type of cute things that are only cute because they’re hideous. The results are endearing.
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Evan Blackwell, Todd Smith, Maron Resur, Craig van den Bosch @ Fremont’s First Friday Art Walk.

Tonight’s Fremont Art Walk is definitely something to look forward to. If you find yourselves out and about around then, you’ll see there are some pretty astounding works. Evan Blackwell @ (710 N 34th St., Seattle) This multi-disciplinary artist creates wonderful sculptures by melting down and reforming everyday plastic objects. “At the very core of...Read...
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Abstract First Thursday At Artforte Gallery.

Tonight is First Thursday in Seattle, and we’re going to change up our usual write-up a teeny bit by featuring a style of art we don’t talk about much, on display at a gallery we’ve never talked: Artforte Gallery (307 Occidental Ave S, Seattle). On display will be series from Valerie Stuart‘s Portalis series: Also...Read...
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Katmari Damacy– Oops, We Mean Julie Lindell!

Does anyone else out there really, really love the game Katamari Damacy? If you haven’t played it, the premise is very simple: you have a little ball you roll around, and you gradually pick up larger and larger objects until you have an amazing sphere of ridiculous chaos. You can roll up entire buildings and...Read...
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Our Current Template Designer: Andrew Wheatley!

Our website’s current template design was created by UK illustrator, Andrew Wheatley. The three-month rotation of Wheatley’s work is close to its end, but this post is to celebrate his contribution to our magazine. Thank you! Enjoy some of his wonderful mixed media pieces that often revel in the absurd and surreal. See more works...Read...
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Timothy Karpinski & Mia Nolting At Flatcolor.

Timothy Karpinski Portland artist Timothy Karpinski is no newcomer to Seattle’s art scene, and First Thursday this month (June 3rd, 2010) marks the date of his solo show at Flatcolor Gallery. On hand will be scores of his delicately paper-cut images, as well as some large-scale pieces as well as building a small sailboat for...Read...
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