American writer Ian Bassingthwaighte’s novel goes beyond the headlines.
Michael Upchurch is a novelist (“Passive Intruder,” “The Flame Forest”) and frequent book reviewer. He was the Seattle Times’ staff book critic (1998-2008) and general arts writer (2008-2014), before resigning to concentrate on fiction and literary journalism. His reviews have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Washington Post, Oregonian and numerous other publications.
An eclectic group show at Bellevue Arts Museum showcases cutout ingenuity in media ranging from paper to tires.
This summer, galleries are full of mesmerizing creatures, including a dreamy, blue human-bunny hybrid; rust-based humans; and Gary Hill’s homage to French actress Isabelle Huppert.
Most of the 65 photographs in the show date from a 21-month period (1972-1973) when photographer Mick Rock was riding aboard the Bowie juggernaut. He...
This finely crafted movie examines two cases of unemployment benefits for the vulnerable going cruelly wrong. David Johns and Hayley Squires give impressive performances. Rating:...
Works by Lisa Gilley, at Woodside/Braseth Gallery, and Kathryn Altus and David W. Simpson at Harris/Harvey Gallery.
The 1941 mural by famed Northwest artist Cumming sat undiscovered in a barn for decades and was identified after it was displayed at the Skagit...
Shows to watch for by Robert L. Horton, Drew Merritt, Kathy Liao and Doug Jeck.