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OPENING SOON!

HALLER / HICKEY / JAMES

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Patty Haller / Suzo Hickey / Hart James

abstracted landscapes

February 18 thru April 14, 2023

Zoom based Opening Reception: Saturday, February 18, 5 - 7 PM PST

Zoomlinks are sent on the day of the opening between noon and 1pm. You should send your request before that time.
Our next featured exhibition will be "Abstracted Landscapes", representing the works of three artists, Patty Haller, Suzo Hickey, and Hart James. These painters have distinctly different approaches to the abstracted landscape.

All three artists are currently active in the Northwest of the United States and Canada, but also exhibit elsewhere.

Please join us for the zoom-based Opening Reception on Saturday, February 18, from 5-7 PM PST. Request a zoomlink via the button on the left of this announcement.

CURRENT SPECIAL EXHIBITION

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DAVID C. KANE

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David C. Kane, Speak No Evil, linocut on paper, img 6 x 6 inches, copyright ©2021

LINOLEUM THEATER

Our featured exhibition is "Linoleum Theater", a series of linocuts on fine paper by David C. Kane. These small fine prints display a rich cast of characters, and are full of psychodrama. They weave a tale with many convoluted plot twists, a shockingly ambiguous denouement, and a heart-stopping climax that will leave them, if not you, hanging.

David C. Kane earned a B.F.A. in painting at the University of Washington. He has received awards from the King County Arts Commission, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and Artist Trust, and has taught painting and drawing at Cornish College of the Arts and the School of Visual Concepts. Kane draws source material from the histories of modern art, including Cubism, Surrealism, Futurism, and Socialist Realism. Other visual influences include film, particularly science fiction and film noir, popular culture, and the artist’s own restless imagination.

EXHIBITION EXTENDED UNTIL FEBRUARY 10, 2023

December 10, 2022 through February 10, 2023


Ongoing Exhibitions

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Wm DUBIN - WATERCOLORS

William Dubin - Watercolors: Sweet-Water Series

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WILLIAM E. ELSTON - PAINTINGS

William E. Elston - Oil Paintings From Three Decades


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