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Jenn Reidel : Rodin’s Photographer

Jenn Reidel: Rodin's Photographer Friday Opening Reception: January 10th, 6:00-9:00pm In this series of narrative photos, “Rodin’s Photographer,”  Jenn takes on the role of the Unknown Photographer, who worked with French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) in the late 1800s. Within a conceptual theme – presented as Jenn's reinterpretations of this turn of the century artist's photographs – she intertwines historical research and fiction to create a classic character who uses her camera to reveal the mystery of how the spirit…

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Bill Rives: Wild Places

Bill Rives (photography) “Wild Places” is a celebration of beauty and meaning in the natural world. This collection of images is from wild places on Earth where the natural rhythms of life and time play out free of human intervention. “We come there as silent observers to absorb nature’s splendor and reflect on the deeper meanings of our own existences,” says Bill. Some are vast in scale and remote from human habitation, while others are close at hand in the meadows…

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Red Lines, Blood Lines

Warren Pope’s art explores matters of systemic inequities. This show is an abstract art exhibition that examines the historical and contemporary realities of redlining (refusing to loan money to people in areas with populations of color), displacement and American slavery trade.

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29th Street Women

Five Pacific Northwest artists: Shannon Amidon, Barb Burwell , Pamela Chipman , Kim Lakin , and Kirista Trask pay homage to  mid-20th century abstract women artists who have inspired them in their creative endeavors.

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Women’s Wisdom Project

Wanting to showcase the insight of inspiring women, both historical and modern, in an artistic way, in early 2018 Anna Brones started the Women’s Wisdom Project. This exhibition Brones will have 100 wise women portraits, hand-cut from a single piece of paper, and paired with a quote.

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Dirty Laundry and Other Women’s Work

Using dyes and iron tools, Julie Thurber alters the pristine appearance of vintage undergarments for creating the perfect metaphor for the plight of women.

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