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In praise of chaos, naturally: Marla Spivak and Kevin Cox

When you see a house with a wide bright green lawn, maybe a white picket fence, and some kind of roundish tree plopped down in the middle, you are seeing an elegant expression of managerial control.  Little upkeep, chemically enhanced, … Continue reading

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Release: new show at Shift in April

Energy!  It’s about energy!  All my work lately seems to be focused on energy–a very nice theme for spring. A couple of the drawings for Release, opening at Shift April 4, are nearly 8ft long, although only one will likely make … Continue reading

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Bound to be: sketchbook workshop in August

Betsy Barnum and I will be offering a new workshop in August, here at the BeeHaven Studio in West Seattle.  Last time we bound a single sketchbook–to skepticism and wonder–and delight with the finished project. This time we’ll be offering … Continue reading

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A 25 foot accordian book, a story without words, a different perspective of Home.

I’m working on an installation that will show at Shift Collaborative Studio in Seattle through the month of July–a 25 foot accordion book, a story without words, a different perspective of Home. Here are a few sneak previews:

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Get social, get viral, get the word out about your art

how to communicate your art in a very noisy world–using social channels like facebook, twitter, blogs, networks, friends, good old fashioned email. What is a network, anyway? Would you be surprised to find out you’re part of a dozen or so, and probably even more?
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The Nature of Change, post #5: The Birds

C.D. Hillman made a mint selling clear-cut land to immigrants. What looked like a ravaged moonscape to us was a clear opportunity to others, and so it goes…. Continue reading

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A Contemporary Art Exhibit Benefiting the One Eighty Foundation

Please join us for an exciting local-flavored evening of art, food, wine, music and a silent auction. Continue reading

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