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Josh Keyes: Collision At David B Smith Gallery

This stark series of acrylic paintings is entitled Collision. It features animals in various stages of the death and life cycle are set upon a square of urban space, feeling like small-scale museum installations. This show opens in Denver tonight, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm, at the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Here’s what...Read...
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A Night Of Spiritual Conjuring And Discourse.

Portland artist, Mia Nolting, has been invited to participate in an artist residency at Halo Halo screen printing studio in Toronto, Canada. To celebrate the change of season, and raise funds to support Mia’s participation in this residency, ms.ms. will be hosting a seance-inspired event at the Together Gallery (togethergallery.com), this coming Friday, the 22nd,...Read...
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Flying Lotus – Pattern+Grid World Album Cover Review (w/ Theo Ellsworth Interview)

The album cover for Flying Lotus‘ latest EP, Pattern+Grid World, features a close-up portrait of one of Portland illustrator Theo Ellsworth‘s intricate, feathery characters. With an album title like Pattern+Grid World, Flying Lotus certainly could have taken the artwork into any number of stereotypically “cool” directions, but instead, he chose to go with the soft...Read...
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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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Elemental Collaborative Group Show

Elemental is a group show featuring collaborative pieces that have undergone Round Robin treatment by Yellena James, Jill Bliss, Betsy Walton, and APAK Studios (Aaron and Ayumi Piland), going on now at Together Gallery, through the end of the month (and then some).   Blackbirds Breeze Crystal Garden Deep Sea Coral Dreamcatcher Embers Ω
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Brin Levinson‘s Moody Cityscapes

As of Last Thursday, Brin Levinson has some pieces from his Paradise Urbania series, on display at Optic Nerve Arts (1223 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR). These pieces combine some excellently rendered images of Portland bridges, and what they might look like if wild animals were to roam on or around them once again. Through...Read...
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Abraham Ingle‘s Conceptual Art At False Front Gallery

Portland conceptual artist Abraham Ingle‘s first solo show is quite a curious one. Starting today at False Front Studio in Portland, Ingle will be displayed his socially-inspired art. The show, entitled If A Tree Falls… consists of all new practice projects which explore notions of presence in the age of “always on.” You should definitely...Read...
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Poster Of The Week On The Stranger!

Our show poster for our 5-Year Anniversary Event (tomorrow, in Seattle, at Chop Suey) got Poster Of The Week at The Stranger. What the article failed to mention is that each poster was individually blockprinted on found sheets of magazine paper; each product is 100% unique. Yeah! Here’s another sample. There’s a million more.
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Klein & Woolley @ No.Fest!

No.Fest is this weekend in Portland, and it begins Friday, the 25th at 7:00pm and Saturday the 26th at 10:00am! With 46 shows in 14 hours, the festival will be a cornucopia of art, music, and performance-based events for everyone. Originally a noise festival, No.Fest is now a festival celebrating experimental art, and Klein &...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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