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Eric Hesse and Tim Vermeulen
Encaustics by Eric Hesse aptly depict the variously filtered light of urban Los Angeles. In "Alphabet" Tim Vermeulen's precise paintings look to the letters found in an 18th-century primer for inspiration and perspective. More...


What a Difference a Letter Can Make!
Change, posits James Yood, is always exciting. But what a difference a change of location can make for an artist. Consider the opportunity to take a university teaching post. The location of otherwise excellent schools can shape an entire creative path. More...


Ana Teresa Fernandez
Ana Teresa Fernandez manages competing aesthetic and topical imperatives, making art about feminism and immigration without falling into the traps of art-celebrity worship or academic obscurantism. More...


Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo & Andrew Mroczek
The photographic collaboration between Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo and Andrew Mroczek promotes awareness of violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Peru. More...


David Michael Lee
Over his 15-year career David Michael Lee has used painting's formal building blocks to construct multiple series. The visual energy released by gathering these together proves expansive and energizing. More...


Interview: Kimerly Rorschach
Seattle Art Museum Director Kimerly Rorschach explains her strategy for attuning the program to the region's racial and ethnic diversity. More...


Liam Everet
The act of painting is central to Liam Everett's abstract images. Evidence of application and tools are everywhere. More...


Scott Greene
Scott Greene depicts waste that is not quite biodegradable and processes that are vast and irreversible. He drops a postmodern take on history into Thomas Cole's darkly romantic, epic template. More...


“A Visual Artifact”
A well curated selection of representational art debuts as a gallery manifesto that contributes immediately to the expanding Seattle scene. More...


Eric Hesse and Tim Vermeulen
Encaustics by Eric Hesse aptly depict the variously filtered light of urban Los Angeles. In "Alphabet" Tim Vermeulen's precise paintings look to the letters found in an 18th-century primer for inspiration and perspective. More...


What a Difference a Letter Can Make!
Change, posits James Yood, is always exciting. But what a difference a change of location can make for an artist. Consider the opportunity to take a university teaching post. The location of otherwise excellent schools can shape an entire creative path. More...


Maximo Gonzalez and Xawery Wolski
Maximo Gonzalez' collages paired with the sculpture of Xawery Wolski make the connection of repetition and transformation. More...


Middle Class of the Art World
If much of the public attention is drawn to the art world's elite, Bill Lasarow reminds us that there is a large and vital creative "middle class," many of whom congregate to operate artist run spaces and co-ops that play a key role in providing entry and creative sustenance. More...


Middle Class of the Art World
If much of the public attention is drawn to the art world's elite, Bill Lasarow reminds us that there is a large and vital creative "middle class," many of whom congregate to operate artist run spaces and co-ops that play a key role in providing entry and creative sustenance. More...


Ana Teresa Fernandez
Ana Teresa Fernandez manages competing aesthetic and topical imperatives, making art about feminism and immigration without falling into the traps of art-celebrity worship or academic obscurantism. More...

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