I noted an interesting marketing or strategy from a pair of Seattle galleries at the 2018 fair. Both the Traver Gallery and Foster White chose to highlight just one of their artists and not the whole stable.
Preston Singletary is an established glass artist in the region, and I'm sure by now is regarded in high esteem in additional regions of the USA and Canada. I was fortunate to meet him probably 25 years at a Pilchuck Glass School open house and he was an...
August is always a busy art month and most of it happens in the first week or so. I did make it to the 2018 Seattle Art Fair in the Century link Exhibition Center. I missed out on last year's event.
This years event though pretty good, did not hold up to the 2016 show, which I thought was better. The event has always been worth the visit and twenty some odd dollar admission. I thought that there was more "historic" work at earlier additions. Then again, i...
It has become apparent that in order to remain relevant and interact within the art world, that an Instagram page is part of the deal. So I have this blog, Facebook and now Instagram. Pretty good for a 59 year old guy. I guess I should leave a link.
I just received this release for a show by Marie WattandClaude Zervas at Greg KuceraGallery for September and October. I have mentioned before that I was actually Marie's high school track and cross country coach way back in the early 1980's.
Michael Brewster was a professor of mine at CGU. In fact he was the chair of my MFA committee. He passed away suddenly a few years ago. CGU is honoring him with a posthumous exhibition in September. I may be there to see, we'll see how my schedule pans out. Details below.