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Thomas Wood – Publication

Seattle art critic Matthew Kangas reviewed Northwest Landscape Paintings and Early Prints by Thomas Wood, publishing an editorial in Preview magazine.

Read Matthew Kangas’ complete review of the show here.

Ed Kamuda – Publication

Crosscut has included Messengers from the North by Ed Kamuda in their list of 8 Things to do in Seattle.

Read the full list as well as Michael Upchurch’s complete description of the show here.

Linda Jo Nazarenus – Publication

Crosscut has featured Secret Places by Linda Jo Nazarenus as one of their suggested 9 Things to do in Seattle This Weekend.

Read the full list as well as Michael Upchurch’s complete description of the show here.

Karen Kosoglad – Publication

The Line and the Figure by Karen Kosoglad was featured as one of Crosscut’s 8 Things to do in Seattle This Weekend By Michael Upchurch.

Read the full list, and a brief statement on the show here.

Richard Morhous – Publication

Duets by Richard Morhous was reviewed this month by Matthew Kangas in Visual Art Source, where he describes the work as “hovering abstractions of light and color.”

Read the full review here.

Ed Kamuda Cabin and a Dream – Publication

Michael Upchurch selected Cabin and a Dream by Ed Kamuda as part of the Seattle Times September Gallery Highlights feature. In Kamuda’s work, Upchurch sees “a fanciful shorthand at work that calls to mind the work of Arthur Dove and Paul Klee.”

Read the full review here.


Kathryn Altus and David W Simpson – Publication

Michael Upchurch recently reviewed The West: A Fragment by David W Simpson and New Paintings by Kathryn Altus for the Seattle Times. Upchurch writes, “these two contrasting exhibits at Harris/Harvey Gallery show that landscape artistry can stretch to something well beyond the pictorial.”

Read the full review here.

Wendy Thon – Publication

An artwork by Wendy Thon is featured in a Prompt Press book in conjunction with Melanie Rae Thon’s poetic writing. The poem and responses by several visual artists are compiled in a handmade book that will be part of the permanent special collections at the San Francisco Museum of Modern art, University of Iowa, University of Buffalo in New York, Washington University in St. Louis, and the Etherton Gallery in Tucson.

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