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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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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

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‘Standing in the Sound’ – at Beacon Hill Fresh Flours Cafe

I’ll be swapping out some of the paintings at the current little show at Fresh Flours on Beacon Hill (Seattle) sometime in the next two days. The space there is so limited that the things that I first brought to … Continue reading

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Britches – at Art Share L.A., April 20, ’17

Britches was the name given to a baby macaque monkey who was among the many liberated from an animal research lab in Riverside, California back on April 20 in 1985. The brutal and inhumane nature of the treatment of this … Continue reading

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Emerging from the Lake

The only new sculpture piece in my new show in North Seattle is this partial figure, ‘Emerging from the Lake’. The other pieces are all paintings. I have another figure still on the wall in the studio that may or may … Continue reading

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