June Installment 4: Kucera Gallery

Greg Kucera Gallery's selection for the month of June is a bit of the old and some of the new. Above is an installation of Alden Mason's Burpee Gardens series from the early 1970's. It is an excellent collection from this body of work, rather than going into detail, the gallery has a well done reflection on the work here. I enjoyed these simple images of handcuff created with pray paint on paper. These were displayed in the ¡Cuidado! - The Help installation that focuses on that forgotten segment of society; domestic workers. This is from the MIGRATION SERIES, 2016Acrylic on Paper13 x 19 inches, by Paul Rucker. Patrick Kam created this sculpture Dragon Irons. These cast and fabricated dra

June Installment 3, Project - 106

This print caught my eye at the artwalk I believe it is titled Montana #1. As you can see, Paul McKee was doing rather well at this point. Anyway, Project 106 is basically a hallway off an entrance at the corner of 3rd Avenue South and Yesler Way/Prefontaine Place South intersection. Method Gallery is part of the complex. Here is the link to the project: Project - 106

June Installment 2, Stonington Gallery

I periodically stop by Stonington Gallery while on the Art Walk tour. This month has a fine assortment of native american masks. They specialize in top end pieces. These are no exception.

June in Seattle - Installment 1, Linda Hodges

It has been a incredibly busy month or so. While I am not doing art, I an a public school teacher and this spring seemed like the time to move to a different district and get a fresh change of scenery. A lot of work filling out applications, interviewing and such in a very short window of time. Anyway, I still found time to hit the first Thursday art walk. Linda Hodges has a great Gaylen Hansen retrospective (?) this month! The show titled Galen Hansen Rides Again, includes most of the themes we're used to seeing from this Northwest icon.Trout, the Kernal. The whole gallery including upstairs is full of Hansen's work and there are a few pieces, like the drawing below (Three Fishes) that

Seeing Nature at SAM

I made it to Seeing Nature at the Seattle Art Museum before the show recently closed. The exhibition was a collection of landscape related pieces form the Allen Family collection. It was quite a show! I did not know that the Allen's has such an extensive collection in this area, though it is no surprise. Here's a nice Monet. I don't think that I've ever seen a Klimt in person. This was displayed in a low light area, it really is far more red in brighter light. There was a great video presentation in one of the galleries concerning the conservation of these works. A Thomas Hart Benton. You don't see these too often. I believe that this is a late work. A wonderful piece by Arthur Wesley D

June at Guardino Gallery

My friends at the Guardino Gallery in Portland have Dave Benz, Tamae Frame and Samyak Yamauchi installations for the month of June. Always worth a visit.

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