Category Archives: sculpture

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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Eero Saarinen – Sculptor Architect

A documentary about the life and work of architect Eero Saarinen is available for streaming on PBS for the next few weeks. ‘Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future‘, is part of their ongoing American Masters series and deals … Continue reading

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A Closer Look and Implied Fictions (Pivot Art + Culture)

  A new show opened this weekend at Pivot Art + Culture, the special exhibition space located on the part of the ground floor of the Paul Allen Institute for Brain Science. ‘A Closer Look’ fills the main room with painted … Continue reading

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Rooster Molding with Greg Federighi

My studio is in the old 3 story bakery building that has been known as the Salty Dog for 40+ years, what is now the oldest artist cooperative in the Seattle area. The original work to transform the under-utilized space into creative … Continue reading

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Light Shed

On a vist to Vancouver, BC recently, I stumbled across an interesting public sculpture situated right over the path that rims Coal Harbour near Stanley Park. Light Shed, by Liz Magor, is set on piers that position it right over the … Continue reading

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