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Water World – at Wheelhouse Coffee; October ’17

A new show of work is on display this month at Wheelhouse Coffee in downtown Seattle. Located 2 blocks away from the glass Amazon bio-domes, (still under construction) at 2113 Westlake Ave.  The show features 8 pieces, both wall sculptures … Continue reading

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Water World – Wheelhouse Cafe; October ’17

I’ll be opening a new coffee house show in Seattle later this week. ‘Water World’ will feature some new pieces as well as several recent pieces that have been previously shown. Showing on the skimpy walls of the Wheelhouse Cafe, … Continue reading

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Brewe Layman, PS ( … not a brewery)

Standing on an extension ladder, roasting in the sun as I painted the signage art on the exterior of the new offices of Brewe Layman, I had to field the constant questions from pedestrians below about the nature of the ‘new … Continue reading

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Old Drawings – Guatemala ’73

I happened on a small black unlined sketchbook in my bookcase, one that I had taken to Guatemala in my late teens. Ostensibly on my way to Machu Picchu in Peru, Guatemala was as far as I got, based on … Continue reading

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Mad Scientist display for LunchBox Lab

One of the last elements for Lunchbox Lab, now open in Redmond, WA, are several internally lit graphic constructions. The mad scientist shown here is concocting some new milk shake flavor that, if it passes the taste testers, will be … Continue reading

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