There are several exhibitions opening this evening in Seattle. At Davidson Galleries, printmaker and conceptual artist Ben Beres talks tiny:
Meanwhile at Some Space gallery, Nate Stottrup thinks big:
At SOIL, Mary Goodwin, Patrick Craig, and Lanning Shields underscore cultural marks on the American landscape with “After-Sought,” curated by Fred Muram.
At Fancy in Belltown, artists Joey Veltkamp and Gretchen Bennett promise a sentimental journey of the people and places they have loved along the way with their two-person show “We were alone and then I was singing this song for you.”
Finally, at Lawrimore Project, artist Claudia X. Valdez is giving a talk at 8pm about her current exhibition, “Ten Million Degrees.” Valdez makes, among other things, horrifyingly gorgeous paintings of nuclear scenarios.