Woodside/Braseth Gallery’s pairing of William Cumming’s and Jacob Lawrence’s works results in a fine show.
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.
Printmakers, photographers, and artists who push printmaking and photography into startling new territories grace local art galleries this month. ,
Entering ceramic artist Walter McConnell’s “Itinerant Edens: A Measure of Disorder,” at Bellevue Arts Museum, feels a bit like intruding on a living laboratory.
Ballet meets Hitchcock? Spine-bending ‘Plot Point’ is set to music of 'Psycho' at Pacific Northwest Ballet
Choreographer Crystal Pite, whose work has knocked out audiences at On the Boards and Pacific Northwest Ballet, returns to PNB with “Plot Point,” one of...
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art’s fine survey of painter Robert McCauley’s work over the last 25 years lets you savor his visual extravagances while tapping...
SAM’s “Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect” lets you see Wyeth’s genius with fresh eyes.
‘Territorial Hues’ offers colorful journey through Washington State’s printmaking past | Art review VIEW
Cascadia Art Museum show uncovers wide variety of local 20th-century artists.
With more than 100 works on display, “Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect,” running Oct. 19 through Jan. 15, 2018, at the Seattle Art Museum, gives viewers...
Meany Center performance features eye-popping visuals, theatrical depth and the premier of a new work by the highflying aerial artists.