South Lake Union 2014-16

April 25, 2016
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Thomas Street @ 9th Avenue N. 2016 Re-Stack, Lead Pencil Studio 2015

Thomas Street @ 9th Avenue N. 2016
Re-Stack, Lead Pencil Studio 2015

I’ve been in this Seattle neighborhood many times over the years, sometimes just passing through on my way to other places in the city, sometimes exploring, by car and on foot, walking, with camera. For many years it was a quiet out-of-the-way neighborhood

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Leica Collection & a IIIf DeConstructed

February 18, 2016
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Leica film cameras

Leica film cameras – top- 3, 3c, 3g, middle- M6, 3f, bottom- M7, MD-2, M2, M3, M4, MP


Leica 3f



When I was growing up I was a typical kid with a paper route. I delivered the morning papers on a 3×3 block grid; one street was the business district of this beach community, which included the local camera store, a print shop, bars, clothing stores, a diner, a soda fountain and a movie theater, The Strand, where I spent many a Saturday afternoons.



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Dark Star – hand drawn lithograph on stone

February 8, 2016
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Dark Star – lithograph, hand-drawn, on stone, that began as an investigation of opposites using black and white, pairing order and chance, a structured network in contrast with coarse and smooth textures emphasizing the grain of the stone. I approached the image using chiaroscuro, a manière noir method

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Vertigo @ Washington State Arts Commission

January 26, 2016
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Vertigo, a simulataneous color intaglio, is featured in the exhibition Washington’s State Art Collection, co-organized by the Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) and the Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia. The exhibition is on view at the Washington Center through February 29, 2016.

The exhibition highlights 40 years of the State Art Collection and includes artworks that demonstrate the quality and diversity of the Collection.

The exhibition is open to the public by appointment from noon to 4 pm, Monday-Friday and to ticket holders during performances hosted by the Washington Center. Call ahead to ensure access: 360-753-8585. Should you not have a chance to visit, but are interested in seeing more artworks in the State Art Collection, check out My Public Art Portal (arts.wa.gov) to view artwork acquisitions from the past decade.

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