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Limited Edition Chris Crites Prints!

Great Depression – 1930’s Los Angeles. Case Information Unavailable. 13″w x 18″h, edition of 10, $150.00 The fabulously talented Chris Crites has some lovely limited edition prints on sale. If you’ve wanted to own some pieces by Crites but couldn’t afford it, now is your chance. Some of these are limited to ten prints, so...Read...
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Pop Icon Mashups By Dave MacDowell.

Dave MacDowell is a self-taught artist who creates some extremely detailed works centered around pop culture icons. Fast food brands, movie actors, and commonplace logos show up time and time again in his pieces, but that doesn’t really mean that his works are boring or derivative. They’re chaotic, colored in otherworldly hues, and always telling...Read...
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Ethereal, Whimsical: Tran Nguyen’s Paintings

I just wanted to take my art posting goofiness down a notch and feature some works by someone who really captures beauty in poetic ways. Tran Nguyen‘s sensitive soul is highlighted with her tender, emotional pieces which utilize subtle hints of patterning to accent plain portraits. Even the titles she names her pieces are fantastic....Read...
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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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Lining The Universe With Images By John Malloy

By taking illustrations — often portraits — and cushioning them in variously-colored line art, fine artist and designer John Malloy has created a signature style for himself that radiates with energy and contrasts. Many of his music-related clients include but are not limited to KEXP, Minus The Bear, Paste Magazine, and These United States.
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Justin Gibbens at Punch Gallery

Justin Gibbens is an artist we’ve mentioned before, but his new show, Hydras and Basilisks, is certainly worth mentioning again. Justin has been making amazing work throughout Washington for years, and his new show at Punch does not disappoint. Using delicate layers of watercolor, gouache, graphite, and oolong tea, Justin creates stunning naturalist paintings of...Read...
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Our Current Template Designer: Andrew Wheatley!

Our website’s current template design was created by UK illustrator, Andrew Wheatley. The three-month rotation of Wheatley’s work is close to its end, but this post is to celebrate his contribution to our magazine. Thank you! Enjoy some of his wonderful mixed media pieces that often revel in the absurd and surreal. See more works...Read...
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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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