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Tara Jane O’Neil @ IPRC.

Tara Jane O’Neil is a musician and artist who will displaying her zine (entitled doodle book selections #3) at IPRC — Independent Publishing Resource Center TODAY for First Thursday. If you don’t know her work OR the amazing things that are happening at the IPRC, you should definitely stop by.
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Blake Haygood‘s Almost Tangible Objects

Blake Haygood’s paintings are fields of soft washes strewn with shapes that seem almost ready to coalesce into identifiable objects. Walking the line between the organic and the mechanical, Blake commands our attention by presenting us with subjects that promise to become recognizable if only we stare at them long enough. It’s a bit of...Read...
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Lynne Wood @ Greg Kucera Gallery.

These graphite works by Lynne Wood are a little more than meets the eye. On the surface, they seem like nothing more randomly-oriented lines on paper, but when seen in respective to one another, it soon becomes obvious that each piece is carefully measured and actually has underlying concepts governing its creation. All of the...Read...
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Introductions Group Show at Davidson Gallery

Seattle’s Davidson Gallery presents the work of three emerging new printmakers. Ellen Heck, Carrie Lingscheit and Matt Rebholz turn out a strong show featuring diverse styles that still manage to feel cohesive. Also included is Matt Rebholz’s series of twenty prints exploring the Golem, a Frankenstein-esque creature from the annals of Jewish folklore.   Carrie...Read...
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Paper Cut Portraits From Joey Bates

I stumbled upon Joey’s work last night at Assemble Gallery as part of the Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk. Assemble is a new space that’s only been open a few months, and their inaugural exhibits have showcased some really lovely work. I highly recommend wandering in to check them out! Joey’s website unfortunately doesn’t have any images...Read...
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Aida Gamez‘s Take On Stuffed Animals!

Fuzzy little leftover childhood treasures get a fresh face, fur, and skin when Aida Gamez is done working with their rumpled, crumpled selves. Graphite pencils turn cute things into the type of cute things that are only cute because they’re hideous. The results are endearing.
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Timothy Karpinski & Mia Nolting At Flatcolor.

Timothy Karpinski Portland artist Timothy Karpinski is no newcomer to Seattle’s art scene, and First Thursday this month (June 3rd, 2010) marks the date of his solo show at Flatcolor Gallery. On hand will be scores of his delicately paper-cut images, as well as some large-scale pieces as well as building a small sailboat for...Read...
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