Aaron Murray at the Salty Dog

Aaron Murray in his studio

Aaron Murray in his studio

Aaron Murray has had a space in the Salty Dog building for about 3 years. Not quite in the main building, his space is more like a tiny shed that’s barely attached. Somehow, out of this barely improved space he makes an amazing amount and variety of work – ceramic figures, pelicans, poison bottles, beer cans, robots, lumpen bottles, and owls, I mean a lot of owls.

Besides the Salty Dog Showroom, his work can be found in Seattle at the two Kobo locations, occasional Nordstrom pop-up stores, and up north in Edison, at the Lucky Dumpster. Recently, his work was included in a show of outsider art in Paris.

Pelicans by Aaron Murray

Pelicans; by Aaron Murray

Blue Owl; by Aaron Murray

Blue Owl; by Aaron Murray

Skull Box; by Aaron Murray

Skull Box; by Aaron Murray

 

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2 Responses to Aaron Murray at the Salty Dog

  1. Brian Berg says:

    Always fun to see this stuff. Salty Dog will always resonate with me as I am a longtime Procol Harum fan, and this is the title of their 2nd best album, as well as of course the title track. I hope its days are not numbered as I ain’t counting!

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