Category Archives: Art

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Chris Crites, Deviant Painter.

  Seattle-based portrait artist Chris Crites turns criminals and nude models into boldly-colored paintings through a hefty process of digging through archive photos and painting colors line by line, square by square, with some of the smallest brushes you can buy.   See our interview with Chris Crites Crites has two shows coming up in...Read...
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Drum Of The Draw At Flatcolor Gallery In Seattle!

One of Seattle’s newest galleries, Flatcolor Gallery, will be holding a monthly drawing event entitled Drum of the Draw, starting Saturday, August 22nd, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Drum of the Draw will be a live drawing event that brings artists into a public forum where passerbyers can witness works of art from beginning to end....Read...
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Get Your Tote Bags And Aprons By Andrew Wheatley!

UK-based illustrator (and former Redefine cover designer) Andrew Wheatley now has some pretty cool items available for sale through Envelop, a site that allows artists and designers to put their works on a wide array of cotton products (largely household items, for the domesticated art freak). Wheatley’s items include his almost Alice-in-Wonderland-like Tea Party Tote...Read...
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Elena Kalis Shoots The Things Dreams Are Made Of.

Elena Kalis takes photos that look like snapshots into one’s dreams. She has three separate portfolios on her site — a black and white Impressions Gallery, a sparsely colored African-Carribean Gallery, and a hyper-colored Underwater Gallery. All three contain series of perfectly-executed portraits that capture humanity at the height of its potential for whimsy. The...Read...
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Inua Blevins & Avail Do Graffiti Lightwriting In Bars & Cities.

Now at Lo-Fi Gallery is the Artifakt Art Collective‘s July photography show! Of particular interest are the lightwriting works of Inua Blevins and Avail. These long-exposure images are shot in cityscapes and crowded bars, giving a pretty distinct look to what is now a common effect. www.myspace.com/lofigallery www.artifaktart.org www.myspace.com/inua www.myspace.com/resol