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Seattle’s Garde Rail – Folk Pop! Show

GARDE RAIL – FOLK POP! EXHIBIT Garde Rail really crafted an amazing exhibit this time around, featuring a good group of artists with varying styles. The gallery did find them to be quite harmonious, however, and fit them all into a new subgenre known as “Folk Pop.” It was deliciously tasty, and will run from...Read...
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McLeod Residence – The Laser’s Edge

The McLeod Residence might be located in Belltown, but it is surprisingly chill. HAHA. This evening’s major feature was a table full of Oreos and an exhibit where local artists submitted their artwork to folks from 5280 Lasers to create laser-carved skateboards. Cool idea, with some cool results. My favorite board of the evening was...Read...
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Jose Luis Rodriguez Guerra

Currently living in Seattle, Jose Luis Rodriguez Guerra is an amazing artist from Mexico. Getting to his spacious studio feels a little strange as it requires climbing a set of crooked stairs, but it’s well worth it. Inside are Mayan and Mexican-inspired paintings which explore the human form and humanity’s associations with nature around it....Read...
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First Thursday, Downtown Seattle, April 2008

Every first Thursday of the month, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, downtown Seattle has an art walk aptly called… First Thursday. Tonight, we decided to scope out the infamous 619 Building. For the uninitiated, the 619 Building is a building crammed chock full of artist lofts. Mixed media artists, painters, photographers… all types of artists. Out...Read...
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Mike Gallegos Artist Interview

Mike Gallegos may work for a family-owned trash company by day, but he is 100% artist by night. Armed with acrylics, canvasses, and paint markers, Gallegos’ work shows the influence of many things. But upon first glance, it is obvious that the art movements that resounded most with Gallegos are those of surrealism and pop...Read...
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The Nucleus Gallery Presents The Chubby Bunny Show!

Presented by the Nucleus Gallery, Tragnark, Circus Posterus Studios, and Wheaty Wheat Studios, The Chubby Bunny Show is a giant gallery show that will be held at the Nucleus Gallery in Alhambra, CA, from February 11th through March 4th, 2006. The theme? Chubby bunnies, of course. Tragnark’s goal with this project was to put together...Read...
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Urban Craft Uprising Hits Seattle!

For a long time now, the Crocodile Cafe’s I Heart Rummage event has drawn in consumer-hungry Seattlites who are interested in buying products that are a little off-kilter and less commercial than what they’d find in the mall or at any shopping center. Now, say hello to Seattle’s newest craft extravaganza, Urban Craft Uprising, which...Read...
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