Tag Archives: seattle artists

Visual artists residing in or around the Seattle, Washington metropolitan area (includes Olympia and Bellingham).

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Revelations To Revolutions, In Keith Murakata’s Sculptural Work.

Now at pun(c)tuation (705A East Pike St., Seattle, WA), are sculptural works by Keith Murakata. The series is heavil centered around comic book character Captain America, who, according to Wikipedia, first appeared in Marvel Comics’ 1940s predecessor, Timely Comics as an “… intentionally patriotic creation who was often depicted fighting the Axis powers of World...Read...
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Greg Boudreau‘s Subtle Stencils

It’s always a pleasure to see stencils used in unorthodox ways, and Seattle artist Greg Boudreau provides some stunning examples of just how versatile the medium can be. Greg works predominantly on salvaged wood, and he manages to get some extremely detailed and unexpected atmospheric effects out of medium not usually known for its delicacy.
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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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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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Romancing The Neurotic Stone.

For her 365-day project, illustrator Lisa Congdon certainly picked a unique task. She has decided to put together a collection of one theme a day, ranging from pencils to foreign books, thread to postcards, baggage tags to lichen. And all of it is laid out beautifully — so beautifully, in fact, that she will be...Read...
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Canvas Suit By Robert Hardgrave

Robert Hardgrave is a REDEFINE favorite, so I just wanted to show you a pretty interesting thing he’s done with his leftover canvas scraps. He’s made a suit, of almost Hazmat proportions! I can’t imagine it smells particularly lovely, but it’s certainly a good way to reuse and recycle. The suit was created for one...Read...
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The Circular Tales Of Ben Beres

When viewed from afar, Seattle artist Ben Beres’ circular etchings read as abstract patterning, but closer inspection reveals elaborate stories arrayed on circular pages. The exterior text is clearly legible, but the writing becomes progressively more difficult to read as it winds its way to both the center of the composition and the narrative. The...Read...
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