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Group Drawing Show At Catherine Person Gallery.

Starting tomorrow at the Catherine Person Gallery is a group show called “High Rise,” featuring the most basic of artistic types — drawings. Joseph Pentheroudakis painstakingly uses dots of pen and sumi ink to create this abstract structure. In Untitled (080501), Barry Maxwell uses graphite and acrylic inks to create a layered, geode-type structure on...Read...
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Limited Edition 2H Prints @ The Ronin Gallery!!

Floating Seattle / Los Angeles ragamuffin, Joseph McSween, aka 2H, now has his solo show on display at the Ronin Gallery in Los Angeles. 2H has come a long way stylistically and technically since his days of striking but simplistic black and white drawings. While his new works still feature beautiful women as the primary...Read...
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Paula Stokes’ Bold Strokes At The Shift Studio.

For four more days, the works of Paula Stokes will be on display at the Shift Studio! A glass artist as well as printmaker based in Seattle, Stokes likes to explore human nature and psychology in her pieces, using the relationships among line, color, form, and texture in bold and interesting ways. www.paulastokes.com www.shiftstudio.org
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a salute to wayne levin.

Wayne Levin’s underwater photography makes my mouth water. I only just found him, though he’s been shooting since the ’70s, and I don’t know if it’s his eye or his guts that floor me more. Whales dance like they’re fxcking weightless. Sting rays hover like silk. A billion sharks swim to greet the frame; they...Read...
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AntiSuccess By H. Mathis Is Confusing.

H. Mathis is quite the peculiar artist. He revels in AntiSuccess. He utilizes MySpace to get supplies he needs for art. He puts together secret art meetings (also with the assistance of CraigsList) that are so secretive that I don’t even quite understand them after reading about them in detail (see the beginnings of secret...Read...
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