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Mixed media, in visual art, refers to artwork that includes more than one traditionally distinct type of visual art media. A work on canvas that combines painting, drawing, and collage could be considered a “mixed media” work. “Multimedia art,” on the other hand, implies a work that combines visual art with non-visual or non-artistic elements. (Wikipedia)

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Artifakt’s Two Year Anniversary!

It seems like just yesterday that the Seattle urban art non-profit Artifakt was started. Run by dozens of volunteers, Artifakt brings in fresh artists and live music to nearly all of their events and have really made quite a name for themselves in the last two years. Tomorrow is their celebration at Lo Fi for...Read...
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Laura Breitman’s Textile Art at UC Davis!

A few months ago, we stumbled across the layered textile works of Margot Lovinger and were blown away by the intricacies in her recreation of the human form using fabrics. Now another artist with a similar technique but much more detailed subject matter has caught our eyes. A new solo show at the Richard L....Read...
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Eat Pes Because Pes Is The Man

Ever seen a human skateboard before? Spaghetti made out of Pick Up Stix? Just wanted to share an assortment of amazing videos by PES. Pes’ videos have been around for ages, but they’re always entertaining. *** Western Spaghetti *** Human Skateboard
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Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk 2008

Bunches and bunches of art from the Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk yesterday! Enjoy! Let’s begin with my personal favorites from the entire walk… intricately painted and deeply thoughtful pieces by Seattle artist Don Farrell. This acrylic piece, on wood panel, is called “Metamorphosis of the Mad God.” Artist statement is as follows: “This somewhat abstract image...Read...
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Go Rilla Gallery’s Green Giants Art Show

For this group show, all of the pieces will depict each artist’s view on the ecological state of the world. Thanks to Aaron Kraten for these photos. On display not at the Go Rilla! Gallery in Santa Ana. Artwork by good ol’ musician / artist Susie Gheremani. Awaiting the name of this artist :) Two...Read...
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Ryan Bubnis Installation at Perihelion Arts, Phoenix

Came across a really cool and involved solo installation by Ryan Bubnis! The gallery seemed to give him an entire gallery world of his own. I particularly like the last installation and the adorable and awkwardly-shaped sculptures. Photography by Cecilia Singer. Where The Good Thoughts Grow Featuring new paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations from Portland...Read...
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