Category Archives: gallery showings

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

Posted in artwork, community, figure study, gallery showings, sculpture | Leave a comment

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

Posted in artwork, figure study, gallery showings, painting | Leave a comment

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

Posted in artists, gallery showings | Leave a comment

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

Posted in artists, gallery showings, murals | Leave a comment

Lagoon Swimmer

This small new painting is going up today at my Fresh Flours show on Seattle’s Beacon Hill, replacing something that sold . ‘Lagoon Swimmer 1’ continues the Bodies in Water theme. Something vaguely Victorian about it which makes me shudder a bit, must … Continue reading

Posted in artwork, gallery showings | Leave a comment