Opening Tonight

There are several exhibitions opening this evening in Seattle.  At Davidson Galleries, printmaker and conceptual artist Ben Beres talks tiny:

Ben Beres. Opening. Relief rolled etching, 2008.

Ben Beres. Opening. Relief rolled etching, 2008. 6 x 6 in.

Meanwhile at Some Space gallery, Nate Stottrup thinks big:

Nate Stottrup. In the Hands of Poseidon. Woodcut, 2004. 28 x 22 in.

Nate Stottrup. In the Hands of Poseidon. Woodcut, 2004. 28 x 22 in.

At SOIL, Mary Goodwin, Patrick Craig, and Lanning Shields underscore cultural marks on the American landscape with “After-Sought,” curated by Fred Muram.

Lanning Shields. Two Benzes. Archival inkjet print, 2008. 30 x 40 in.

Lanning Shields. Two Benzes. Archival inkjet print, 2008. 30 x 40 in

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.”

Joey Veltkamp. Deer for My Father. Ink drawing, 2008.

Joey Veltkamp. Deer for My Father. Ink drawing, 2008.

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.

Claudia X. Valdez. Blast 1. Watercolor and gouache, 2005. 11 x 14 in.

Claudia X. Valdez. Blast 1. Watercolor and gouache, 2005. 11 x 14 in.

~ by emilypothast on February 5, 2009.

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