The term “detail-oriented” can be most readily applied to define the works that most captured my attention during the April Pioneer Square Art Walk. The shows of Punch Gallery, Core Gallery and Cullom Gallery featured
Tony Scherman-New Portraits The encaustic works of Tony Scherman call upon history not as static memory but as “an ongoing study through the ages.” The work currently featured at Winston Wächter includes characters of both
For twenty-one years, 1210 Second Ave has been a favorite spot for art collectors and admirers. The space formerly housed Friesen Gallery, but Friesen’s gallery director Jon Wood recently transitioned to owner and the gallery
Currently on display at Traver Gallery are new works by Mark Bennion and a group of sculptural works by Amie McNeel entitled Float. Vashon-based artist Mark Bennion creates fresco, sculpture and collage, and the various
Francine Seders Gallery is welcoming spring with colorful work with an organic feel by a number of Seders’ most lauded artists. The main room hosts a selection of works by Robert R. Dozono, while in the
March’s First Thursday Pioneer Square Art Walk showcased a broad spectrum of artistry. Davidson Galleries, Room 104 and Cullom Gallery provided some of the peak experiences this month through very different mediums. Davidson Galleries: J.D.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 was the first anniversary of the passing of artist Christopher Martin Hoff. A year later, we look back with admiration at the work and compassionate character that made him beloved of
Seattle loves taking new approaches to old forms. Call it the pioneer spirit, the entrepreneurial spirit, or iconoclasm—everything has the potential to be reinvented. In the performing arts, our thriving dance and theatre communities consistently