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Decomposing With Kara Higgins.

The Bemis Art Community has a fun, revealing interview with Seattle-based photographer Kara Higgins now up on their website. Conducted by Kadence Englehardt, the interview discusses what it’s like to capture a fleeting moment in time through the lens of a camera. What sucked me in, though, is this quote from Higgins: “As much as...Read...
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Grow Me A Boat With Tessa Hulls.

Tomorrow night, March 12th, Tessa Hulls has a solo show at the Greenwood Collective’s Gallery, Urban Light Studios! Grow Me A Boat will feature new works by Hulls, which might look dainty from afar, but actually feature some really bold applications of paint, used together with inventive characters and a delicious color palette.
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Works That Disturb, At Alphonse Berber Gallery.

Works That Disturb is an exhibition that continues through March 27th, 2010 at the Alphonse Berber in Berkeley, California. It certainly features some disturbing, wonderful things.   Annie McKnight‘s Untitled features bracelets made of… taxidermied mice. “Kim Ye‘s living sculptures connect artist and model, work and world in a collaborative act of animation. Crafted of...Read...
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Thought Processor Show – Urban Light Studios

Halogen Gallery has paired up with The Greenwood Collective and Urban Light Studios to put together this really fun toy and paintingfinstallation show featuring some notable locals and non-locals. The show, entitled Thought Processor, is a rotating show. Here’s the Seattle round-up: Untitled by Aaron Jasinki Untitled by Augie Pagan Now through March 4th, 2010!
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Print-Your-Own Christopher Davison Print!

It’s easy for artists to be really sketched out about sending around 300dpi images of their works, because 300dpi is print quality; anyone who gets their hands on a 300dpi image can print a copy of an artist’s work. Luckily for art lovers, Christopher Davison is not too concerned with this issue. In fact, he...Read...
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Mark Mulroney‘s Murals & Sketches.

Artist Mark Mulroney can be extremely crude, with fluids and body parts galore, but that only serves to add character to his fascinating murals and sketchbook illustrations. This particular series of murals below interests me because of their atypical use of shape and space. It’s extremely uncomfortable, but that’s what makes it work. (His website...Read...
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This Week In Tumblr: February 21st, 2010!

Jonathan Zawada takes some age-old surrealistic influences and adds some mythical creature all up in them. Fenk‘s photography certainly captures the vibrance of life… Heather Jansch‘s horse might look like the Bodies Exhibit gone animal, but it’s actually made out of driftwood! Thank god! One of Ray Caesar‘s common characters seems to give up the...Read...
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Hannah Stouffer Blik Graphics!

I dare say this might be bit intense of a graphic to hang on your wall, but that doesn’t mean this Blik Graphic by Hannah Stouffer, entitled Darkest Night, doesn’t really, really rock. It’s almost Escher-ish in its lines… minus the skulls and shadows, of course. Buy that design and more here. (And below is...Read...
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Troy Gua! Fulcrum Gallery! Closing Reception! TONIGHT!

Head over to the Fulcrum Gallery in Tacoma tonight for the closing night of Monument, Troy Gua‘s current amazing show exploring the effects of war on, well, the human body. There’s also an artist talk going on tonight, which should be interesting. Reception starts at 6:00pm, but though it’s the closing reception, closing night isn’t...Read...
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