Betsy Fetherston will close her namesake gallery in early March, she has just announced. “Seattle has a rich and vital visual arts community, and I will continue to support it and encourage others as well,” she said in an email. The gallery was founded in 1997 as Ballard/Fetherston Gallery. It moved into the Seattle Design…More
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Today’s Tiny Art Show exhibit is “The Kiss,” fired clay with an iron-oxide finish, by Coupeville sculptor Jan Hoy. You can see more of Hoy’s work, including a large-scale Corten steel (that metal that weathers to a rustic coppery color) sculpture, at Seattle’s Fetherston Gallery though Nov. 12. (Want to be considered for Tiny…More
Today’s Tiny Art Show exhibit is a piece by Dorothy Rissman, called “I Get Up, I Fall Down, I Walk, Meanwhile I Keep Dancing.” You may think, hey, that looks like embroidery, which is exactly what it is — embroidery on construction fencing. Rissman says that she takes “pleasure in the searching, looking, walking,…More