Category Archives: artists

The Visitor – Dan Webb at Greg Kucera Gallery

From among the new works at this months first Thursday openings in Seattle, a piece by sculptor Dan Webb that took me by surprise. As you enter the gallery, you’re presented with the back sides, blank sawn slabs of a … Continue reading

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Yuri Kinoshita – last day at Inscape

Seattle artist Yuri Kinoshita is completing her term as an artist-in-residence at Inscape. I visited yesterday to see her new tree installation made with steel, bamboo fiber, silk cocoons, and LED lights. Sitting on zafu pillows under the tree, several … Continue reading

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Clay, Smoke, Fire, Steam: Raku Party ’17

The Salty Dog Studio raku party this weekend was one of the better ones, well attended and with a good balance of beer and glaze, both put to use. As usual the Salty Dog clay artists provided some basic forms … Continue reading

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John and Patricia Patkau at Peter Miller Bookstore this Thursday

John and Patricia Patkau, principals of Patkau Architects based in Vancouver, BC, will be in Seattle for a talk and book signing at Peter Miller Books this Thursday, June 15th at 6pm. Wonderfully creative work with a strong Northwest flavor … Continue reading

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William Cummings long-lost WPA era mural on display

A large, very distressed mural painted on railroaded sail cloth by William Cumming back in 1941 is on display at Seattle’s Woodside/Braseth Gallery for another week, through June 17. Cumming was in his early 20’s when he painted the piece, … Continue reading

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