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Wood, Wax, Oil & Silver:

Before the hanging: All the works are sitting on the floor…just waiting. New works by Jaime Ellsworth, David French, Jo Moniz, Caroline James, Elizabeth Bruno, Jennifer Williams, Dana Roberts, Robin & John Gumaelius, Barbara Duzan…   HOURS later… The works are hung. … Continue reading

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OntheWalls: Melinda Hannigan – Boxing the Compass- Recent Paintings

The  invitations are out, the listing are done and now the paintings are hung. The work is amazing and the gallery looks great. These photos were shot on Friday, for those of you unable to make the opening,  more show … Continue reading

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30th Anniversary in Photos

Here’s the invitation wall, showing some of the invitations from the past 30 years. My Fabulous, Shop Girl #2, Carla, but unfortunately Shop Girl #1, Julie was unable to attend. She was missed. Wonderful to see both new friends and … Continue reading

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AND Here we go…

Ahhh. Recently a friend of mine asked,  “Why do I like Opera?”  I was in Seattle to see Seattle Opera’s Ariadne auf Naxos by Richard Strauss.  And the answer came to me. The idea of listening to something a hundred … Continue reading

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Installation: Tom Small

Walking by the gallery these past months, perhaps you noticed a steel plate pinned to the concrete. Yesterday, before the rains showed up,  Tom Small crained onto this spot, Mystery 800 pounds of carved basalt sculpture. Here’s a few images. … Continue reading

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Meet Doug McIntosh

Always looking for something new to share. Recently met Doug McIntosh, based outside Portland, who photographs the maritime detritus (stuff) the docks and the boats. Wherever the image is. In his studio, he manipulates the imagery somewhat getting more painterly … Continue reading

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Michael Dickter in his studio

A while ago I visited the studio oh painter,  Michael Dickter in the Studio C building in Ballard.  Great big airy old building, big beams and old floors. I was stopping in to see Michael and the new work he … Continue reading

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Jaime, the dogs and Proseco

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Introductions: Anelecia Hannah Contemporary Painter

I ‘ve been seeking a contemporary realistic figurative painter for many years. The gallery currently represents are two figurative painters, Tom Rierden and Cathy Schoenberg. Both highly stylized with their own unique vocabulary and color palette. While traveling, I came … Continue reading

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The Season’s changed

Walking down at American Camp, 4 in the afternoon as a winter storm approaches. Realizing  the last post was in Spring, somehow this photo seems just right. The weather is cold and stormy, and the gallery is so cozy and … Continue reading

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