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Creatures In An Aging World.

This is just a quick shout out to Portland, Oregon artist Andy Kehoe. Always set against backdrops rich with earthly hues and natural ornamentation, his ambiguous creature friends seem to infest a world that could either be seen as decaying or simply just aged with character, like an old photograph.
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Brandon McLean — Putting Names To Imaginary Faces.

Acknowledgements in books always tease readers with their vagueness, their references so useless and anonymous that one frequently skips over them — despite the obvious importance they hold to the book’s authors — without so much as a second glance. Hence why it’s so interesting that Brandon McLean chose to think critically about these names...Read...
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It’s All In The Details At Together Gallery!

Last night was Portland’s lovely Last Thursday event, and Together Gallery had a fantastic show, as always, featuring Maxwell Loren Holyoke Hirsch, Irana Douer, Matthew Feyld, Theo Ellsworth, Jess Hirsch. The show, called It’s All In The Details, might not feature these exact pieces, but here are some highlights from Irana Douer and Jess Hirsch....Read...
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Make Art, Use Tea Bags!

This post and these images are taken from Yanko Design. Created by Yuree S. Lim and Jieun Yang, this might be a prototype rather than an actual product. I can’t be sure. In either case, I constantly have the problem of not knowing what to do with my teabags after using them (I generally resort...Read...
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Kevin Earl Taylor‘s Eerie Animals

Kevin Earl Taylor is a San Francisco based oil painter whose works often deal with somewhat macabre interactions of man and animal. Taylor melds masterfully executed, almost Audubon-esque paintings with a healthy dose of the macabre, and the end result is an arresting blend of naturalism and dark surrealism.
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Doktor A Yo-Yo At The Steve Brown Gallery!

There’s been some hype about these limited edition yo-yo’s, strangely enough, and today, a new one comes out! Whose? Doktor A‘s! Yo-yo’s are limited to 45 pieces, with a limit of two per person (not that you couldn’t get your mom and sister and brother and best friend and cousin to buy them all up...Read...
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Femininity Through A Crosshair.

With her newest series, The Babe In The Target coming on display at Augen Gallery (716 NW Davis, Portland, Oregon) this June, Eva Lake uses photo montages and collage to explore the role of strong women in not only society, but history. Targets, circles, and women are recurring images throughout the series, but there is...Read...
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“Stupid Has A New Hero,” Says Charming Baker.

UK artist Charming Baker is a funny dude, and it certainly comes through in his artwork. Take, for instance, his latest exhibiton, which features a painting of Michelle Obama with her face stitched together like a jigsaw and four rabbit paintings that have been shot through with a shotgun. Show details: NYSG, 154 Stanton Street...Read...
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