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Talking with Walls

A quote from architect Louis Kahn: And if you think of Brick, for instance, and you say to Brick, “What do you want Brick?” And Brick says to you “I like an Arch.” And if you say to Brick “Look, … Continue reading

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Reading List for Young Artists

In my teaching work, students occasionally ask me what books I would recommend for learning more about art-making. I say “occasionally” because I find the majority of young people allergic to the printed word and perplexed by the concept of … Continue reading

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LxWxH (rePlace) Opens July 1st

On July 1st, LxWxH will begin selling their July/August issue: rePlace. The issue contains original works by Julie Alpert, Adam Boehmer, and Ryan Finnerty. There are only 20 issues available, and each box sells for an extremely modest price. (Order … Continue reading

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SAM Teen Night Out, April 13th

April 13th is Seattle Art Museum’s Teen Night Out. This free event features access to the SAM’s galleries, live performances, and art-making with Seattle Artists.¬† (Think: SAM Remix for minors.) In honor of the final month of Gauguin & Polynesia, … Continue reading

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Alley 1016 Open Studio… Seriously.

This Sunday, April 1st, my studio neighbors and I will be hosting an Open Studio event from 12-4pm. Free and open to the public.                       I’ll have some old and … Continue reading

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Drawing Jam

This Saturday, December 3rd, marks Gage Academy’s 12th annual Drawing Jam. From 9am to 9pm, three floors of art studios are open with costumed and nude models, drawing supplies, live music and food. For my teen friends, I’ll be giving … Continue reading

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Don’t Stand So Close (to me.)

I’ll have four paintings in a group show this December at Pratt Gallery in Seattle. The show Don’t Stand So Close, features four of Pratt’s teaching artists paired with their students. My work will share a wall with¬† my drawing … Continue reading

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Autumn Comes to Seattle

Fall is officially and earnestly here in the Northwest. The days are getting shorter, wetter and grayer. This means the growing season is pretty much over for most things,and it’s almost harvest time for some of the BEST things. (e.g. … Continue reading

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