Category Archives: Art

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Bemis Building Artist Ethan Stern Makes Glasswork Count.

Yesterday was Seattle’s Bemis Building’s Spring Art Opening, and dozens of artists with studios and living spaces in the building opened up their spaces for touring visitors. Glass artist Ethan Stern was one of those artists. Despite having a slightly out-of-the-way gallery, Stern creates work that is instantly compelling. It is some of the most...Read...
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An Oldie But Goodie By Vincent Laforet!

Previous New York Times journalist, Vincent Laforet shot this photo in 2004. Taken at the Lasker Rink in New York City from the overhead vantage point of a helicopter, the piece captures a moment in time that makes you think twice. The piece is aptly and cleverly titled: “Me and My Human”. Since 2004, Laforet...Read...
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Eugenia Werner Muñoz At Mullu In Peru!

On a recent trip to Peru, I was keeping my eyes peeled for contemporary Peruvian art, and was lucky enough to stumble across Mullu, a boutique and art gallery in the towns of Cusco and Pisac. One particular artist, Eugenia Werner Muñoz, had some work showing at two of the Pisac shops and, I later...Read...
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sam flores @ subliminal projects.

Once upon a time, there lived a REDEFINEblog reader who had nothing to do. Skipping rope and Freeze Tag were tasks far too complex for this reader to comprehend, much less attempt, for Reader’s ass was glued to a chair and Reader’s eyes glued to a screen. “Oh, how I wish I could see the...Read...
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Free Sheep Foundation Fixes Up TUBS.

(Photo courtesy of SlightlyNorth on Flickr) If you’ve been to the U-District in Seattle lately, you’ve probably seen a building covered with all sorts of graffiti on the corner of Roosevelt Ave. and 50th Ave. This is the handiwork of Seattle’s art collective, The Free Sheep Foundation, and dozens of Seattle artists, including Kinoko, No...Read...
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Ken Garduno Illustrates For A Twilight Zone World.

Currently showing the above piece, Vacation, at the Bold Hype in Orlando, Florida, Ken Garduno is an artist who caught my attention with his great line art and unique illustration style. His characters are contorted, full of whimsy, and scarcely adhering to the rules of the physical world as we know it, creating starkly memorable...Read...
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Hope Perkins Glams Up Taxidermied Animals.

Austin’s Hideout is an improv comedy club, concert venue, art gallery, and coffee shop all in one. A recent stint in this all-in-one haven led me to the eye-catching works of Hope Perkins, who, in this particular case, morbid curiosity and neon colors transform the taxidermied heads of animals into cleverly-named, slightly strange works of...Read...