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Jessica Rath
In “fruiting bodies,” Jessica Rath explores the wide-ranging effects of human activity on plants and bees in her superbly crafted works. More...


Seeing Through a Stethoscope
Among the exhibitions cut short by the pandemic, Sarah Fransler Lavin and Stephanie Wood brought together music and sculpture in the object of hand-made musical instruments. Matthew Kangas reflects on other such fusions in the recent history of Northwest art. More...


Catherine Opie
By entitling her recent pictures under the title “Rhetorical Landscapes,” Opie consciously references our dystopian political climate. More...


Amir H. Fallah
Iranian born Amir H. Fallah's paintings regard American culture and political rhetoric as existing in a warped reality. Ten portraits of veiled subjects placed among objects that imbue their everyday lives with meaning--American, that is, not what we associate with Persian antecedents. More...


Apps for Art
Augmented reality is a technological art form that recently has been gaining favor. Instead of viewing through goggles, we use an iPhone or tablet to merge real world objects with digital imaging. David S. Rubin takes a look at some of the issues this new medium raises. More...


“Women in Neon”
“She Bends: Women in Neon” spotlights the She Bends network of female-identifying artists who work with neon. More...


John Baldessari
John Baldessari, whose recent passing has been an emotional trauma for much of the local and international art world, is seen here as, yes, the seminal conceptualist and beloved teacher. But there was more to him that that. More...

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