08 Feb

Seattle Art Road Trip

I went on a day trip to Seattle last week with a group of friends to go gallery hopping. We managed to fit a lot in during the short amount of time we were in the city. I did not take as many photos as I wish I had, so there is a lot of terrific inspiring art I can’t share. The ones I did photograph showcase a very random selection of things.

Seattle Art road trip

Gift City: A Project by Keller Easterling at Henry Art Gallery

Seattle Art road trip
Franz Erhard Walther: The Body Draws at Henry Art Gallery

Seattle Art road trip
Trimpin at Winston Wachter Fine Art

Seattle Art road trip
Gala Bent at G. Gibson Gallery

Seattle Art road trip
There’s A Story Here by Sean Johnson at Greg Kucera Gallery

Seattle Art road trip
Complex by Evan Blackwell at Foster White Gallery

Seattle Art road trip
Don Fritz at Gallery IMA

It was a terrific trip with a fun group of friends. I was happy to visit a few new-to-me galleries, that I will definitely revisit the next time I am in Seattle.

2 comments

  1. I envy you your tour of Seattle galleries on the weekend: my husband and I spent a similar day there a couple of years ago, but since then he’s been unable to cross the border (long story). I wanted to tell you that I was able to see Maria Flawin Litwin’s show at the Back Gallery Project and I was blown away. Those paper-cut images are amazing. The longer I looked, the more I thought “what an astounding way to be able to tell complex, ambiguous, disturbing stories.” Wish I’d been able to spend more time there. We didn’t get out to the MOA show at UBC, alas. Thanks for the recommendations. Oh, and the Maiwa workshop on complex cloth was pure fun. My first introduction to shibori, which is now becoming an obsession.

  2. It sounds like you had a terrific time in Vancouver this weekend. The show at MOA is up until April, so maybe you’ll have the chance to visit before it closes.

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