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Pascal
Interlocking wood segments, simple and harmonic, are Pascal's signature. The push pull between static and kinetic energy keeps your eye working and the formal tension at a high level. More...


Ruth Pastine
Color and system is the name of the game for Ruth Pastine. Her rhythmic layerings are full of harmony even as the volume of hues are turned up to a full blast. These paintings are both thoughtful and visceral. More...


Zombie Abstraction (Pt 1)
David Rubin examines some of the early exemplars and what they did to empower and substantiate the abstract aesthetic. More...


Rodrigo Valenzuela
Eye popping images of urban decay have recently hit an art world sweet spot. Rodrigo Valenzuela smartly reverses this trope. More...


David Bradley
The identity of Santa Barbara's art market is a key subject in David Bradley's paintings, which also delve into layered and ironic characters. More...


Carol Es
Carol Es' "The Exodus Project" displays her penchant for bright color and rough form. Here is also documented the creative stimulation that came with her stay in Joshua Tree National Park. More...


Luis Sahagun
The humble materials recycled into Luis Sahagun's work speak clearly to an urban vernacular and express the masculine aspect the creative process. More...


Virginia Wright, Part 2
The second of Matthew Kangas' two part appreciation of one half of one of Seattle's most important art patrons, Virginia Wright. More...


Alexis Anne Mackenzie
Strips of one image are mounted over a second to varying degrees of recognizability that causes the eye to shift back and forth in Alexis Anne Mackenzie's newest collages. More...


“Testable Predictions”
Sculpture by Michelle Liccardo, prints by Perry Doane and Amy Bernstein's paintings make "Testable Predictions" crackle with energy. More...


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Mernet Larsen
Mernet Larsen's blocky figures are typically engaged in banal moments of intense contemplation. The visual drama comes not from the narrative but from her use of reverse perspective. More...


Rosemarie Beck
Rosemarie Beck recoiled from much of the posturing of her AbEx peers, exploring the figure in allegorical settings. This survey reveals her to have been a both frank and sensitive painter. More...


Ruth Pastine
Color and system is the name of the game for Ruth Pastine. Her rhythmic layerings are full of harmony even as the volume of hues are turned up to a full blast. These paintings are both thoughtful and visceral. More...


Patrick Renner
Patrick Renner juxtaposes his sculptural constructions alongside examples of African art, the effect being for each to illuminate the impact of the other. More...

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