Birds, land- and seascapes, tide pools and more.
Painter Patrick LoCicero’s works feature images of birds in the tradition of Audubon paintings, with a twist. He paints an Arctic goose with a mansion perched on its head. Another bird sports a tail that depicts the history of the earth through portraiture of figures from music, science, art and literature. “Anthropomorphic Traits” is now showing through Nov. 27 at Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Seattle (rovzargallery.com).
Richard Morhous uses color and form to create digital images of nature in his current exhibit, “Digital Canvas.” Created with an iPad, Morhouse’s archival pigment prints feature bold colors of natural scenes born from a digital brush. “Digital Canvas” is on display now through Nov. 26 at Harris Harvey Gallery, Seattle (harrisharveygallery.com).
Land- and seascapes
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Painter Fred Holcomb’s large-scale land- and seascape paintings depict scenes of the wide-open West. Some are blurry — as if you’re seeing them through the window of a moving vehicle — others show the calm, cool water of a serene lakeside setting. Holcomb’s work is on display now through Nov. 26 at Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle (lindahodgesgallery.com).
‘Tide Pools and Other Paintings’
Drawing on influences from Montana, Wyoming and Hawaii, artist Mike Moran paints and sculpts the colors of earth, rock and water using oil on canvas and clay and concrete. “Tide Pools and Other Paintings” is on display now through Nov. 26 at Gallery IMA, 123 S. Jackson St., Seattle (galleryima.com).