Category Archives: Art

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OMG Sohaila Adela & Mark Warren Jacques At Flatcolor!

Tomorrow’s show at Flatcolor Gallery is going to be ridiculously awesome, so go, go, go, Seattlites! Portland residents Sohaila Adela and Mark Warren Jacques will be invading Seattle with new works galore. New drawings by Adela, entitled Esoteric, will explore the same themes she’s been exploring in the recent past — mysticism, rituals, femininity. Jacques’...Read...
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Robert Melee At The David Kordansky Gallery!

NYC-based artist Robert Melee‘s current exhibit at the David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles melts colorful shapes into a bare, white room. Figures draped with drapes of color and glossy wall hangings reminiscent of sheets of candy buttons pepper the space, inciting curiosity about Melee’s method and goals. The show is now on display through...Read...
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New Works By Travis Lampe At Rotofugi Gallery.

Travis Lampe never ceases to amaze, really, and some of his new works, featuring silk screened frames (genius!) are snapshots from twisted fairytales. Raft Of The Sunset Chuckles II (Inspired by Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa), Acrylic on Wood with Silkscreened Frame, 8″x8″ Death of Mr. Frond (Inspired by Jaques-Louis David’s The Death...Read...
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Stefanie Fiore‘s A New Home Series

Stefanie Fiore has a stunning 10-photograph series that captures homes of Italian-Canadian families in their everyday garishness. Decorative wallpapers sandwich ornate furniture, gaudy photographs, and miscellaneous trinkets. Inanimate objects serve as subtle storytellers of history and social change. Posh or gaudy? Regal or cluttered? It honestly becomes hard to decide, but these photographs certainly capture...Read...
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Neill Cameron, A to Z!

Neill Cameron illustrates and alliterates his way from A to Z with his series, The A-Z Of Awesomeness. All of them feature zaniness and popular comic book or pop culture references. A couple of my favorites are below; please visit his website to see the rest.
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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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