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Jaron Lanier and The Garden of Earthly Delights

Virtual Reality maven Jaron Lanier, now in the employ of Microsoft, is on the talk show circuit for his new book, ‘Dawn of the New Everything; Encounters with Reality and Virtual Reality’. One thing that comes up repeatedly is a description … Continue reading

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Aaron Murray at the Salty Dog

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 … Continue reading

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Salty Dog Xmas Event – 2017

My new flyer for the annual Xmas show put on by the buildings ceramicists (mainly). I’ll have a few random pieces on display and studio will be open for the only time this year for the opening night.

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Hokusai Manga – reimagined for Dragonfish Cafe

  For the sushi bar section of the Dragonfish Cafe project, I’ve assembled a suite of 5 sketches from ‘Hokusai Manga’. Working from tiny, fuzzed out prints, I redrew these figures on my iPad Pro, allowing me to get the … Continue reading

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Andrew Wyeth at SAM

  The current show at SAM, (the Seattle Art Museum), features paintings from various periods in the long career of Andrew Wyeth. The work is always labeled as realism but he expressed more interest ‘in the mood of a thing than the … Continue reading

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