10.28.2008

Ballard Late Night



work in progress - oil and acrylic on canvas - 48"x60"

cont'd


10.23.2008

Gala


Gala - 82"x72" Oil and Acrylic on Canvas - 2008

Circa Gallery Minneapolis MN

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10.17.2008

Walk Through of the Show at Circa Gallery





here is a brief video snippet of the show as it looks at Circa Gallery in Minneapolis MN. Enjoy!


10.16.2008

Arrival

I arrived in Minneapolis and headed straight to the gallery, looked over the work and the new space that Wanda opened a year ago. Everything looks wonderful, its so nice to see the work here and fitting with the space.
Wanda took me to the Walker Art Center and we had dinner at the restaurant on the top floor called 2021. Food and conversation were fantastic!

Ecstatic Static 32"x40" installed at Circa Gallery in Minneapolis MN for the upcoming show opening October 18th from 6-9PM


10.15.2008

Preparing for Minneapolis


I leave for Minneapolis tomorrow for the opening of my show on Saturday evening. If by any chance you are somehow in the area, feel free to come by the opening from 6-9 PM at Circa Gallery located at 210 North 1st St.
I'm super excited to see the gallery, since my last show at Circa they moved to a new location, which artist Richard Hutter was kind enough to send me images of recently, and the new space looks so great. I'll be posting from Minneapolis and hope to take lots of pictures and even a little video of the space. I'll also be hoping to snap things I spot that I think interest my curious eye. Click here to follow in more detail...
See you in Minneapolis!

The Replacements - The Ledge.mp3

10.14.2008

10.13.2008

10.01.2008

Eduardo shoots Mark


I had artist Eduardo Calderón over to my studio last night shooting a Mark Fuller painting I own titled - In the Mouth a Desert -. The image is for an upcoming Seattle Art Museum catalog for Betty Bowen Award recipients. I've known of Eduardo's work for sometime and it was nice to have this opportunity to meet finally. His photography is sublime, real, and patient, something that I can and have always gravitated towards in both what I do, and what I enjoy looking at. He had tales of Linda Farris, who once was my gallery dealer here in Seattle. The stories were both fun to hear, and true to the thing I loved about her. She is thoroughly missed here in Seattle. I'm glad to have met Eduardo finally, and I look forward to more exchanges with him and to now know him a little better.



Machu Picchu - Eduardo Calderón - photograph, 2002