Seattle Show

In March, I came across the Ryan James gallery on Instagram and fell in love with the beautiful work of several of the abstract artists represented by the gallery. When the call for entries for the gallery’s 3rd annual Biennial came out, even though the call was for Washington artists, I stepped out of my comfort zone and submitted my entry. I was thrilled to be included in the Visual Impressions Biennial which continues until the end of May.  .  

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  Totems #5 (storm lashing) 9"x19"x2" cotton, dye, thread, mounted on bent aluminum

Totems #5 (storm lashing) 9"x19"x2" cotton, dye, thread, mounted on bent aluminum

After mounting Totems #5 (storm warning) on my new hanging system, I carefully and lovingly packed up the art for shipping to Kirkland. I’m very honoured to have my work hanging with other talented US artists at the gallery.

  Totems #5 (storm lashing)  all carefully padded, passport at the ready, heading to the United States!

Totems #5 (storm lashing) all carefully padded, passport at the ready, heading to the United States!

If you’re in the Seattle area before the end of May, be sure to stop in and check out the work of the 50 featured artists at the Ryan James Fine Arts Gallery in Kirkland, Washington. And if you like Totems #5 (storm lashing), be sure to check out more work in my Coastlines series, here