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Sprawling Structures Of Manmade Fantasy, By John Borowicz

These hypothetical structures are a combination of M.C. Escher, Mayan temples, labryinths, and 3-dimensional city maps; they’re a veritable Where’s Waldo of trip-outs for the eyeballs. Here’s what artist John Borowicz had to say about the series: “… the inspiration for the series probably came about from drawing with my oldest son who is now...Read...
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Efflorescent Landscapes By Nicholas Bohac

Sometimes when the sunshine hits things just right, you see rainbows, and sometimes, leaves in autumn glow with an otherworldly quality. If Nicholas Bohac‘s depictions of landscapes are any indicator, the world he lives in is full of these moments. In his art, cobblestone walkways look more like gem-encrusted or candy-strewn paths, and electrical towers...Read...
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The Amorphous Lines Of Justine Ashbee

It’s hard to believe that these aren’t computer generated, but Seattle’s Justine Ashbee creates these detailed, morphing compositions using nothing but paint pens. Part topographic map and part biological form, Justine cites zen calligraphy and wave forms among her influences.
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Nick Cave’s Crazy Mixed Media Soundsuits

Prolific dancer/performance artist/sculptor Nick Cave (not to be confused with the musician Nick Cave– creative bunch, those Nick Caves) is one of my absolute favorite artists, and these images make it easy to see why. Nick uses everything but the kitchen sink in his modern folk costumes, and even when his performers are covered in...Read...
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I suppose I feel kind of lucky I’ve been introduced to the work of Brooklyn New Jersey artist LNY. His artwork is literally my perfect aesthetic pleasure, as it combines expert color theory with line work that makes me want to drool. In addition to these drawings, his website has a whole selection of super...Read...
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First Thursday: Seattle, WA – Dec. 2nd, 2010

Seattle’s First Thursday is massive; here are some selections from some galleries we regularly enjoy. And, can I just say? Seattle is really rockin and rollin this month, with tons of really excellent and innovative exhibitions. We just did the post for Portland’s First Thursday, and Seattle’s is making Portland’s look like child’s play.  ...Read...
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