May 3 to June 1, 2013, Roby King Galleries of Bainbridge Island will exhibit the Paintings of Martha Brouwer and Rust Monoprints by Brian Fisher. Gull Descending, 18x11 in. I am honored to exhibit with Martha Brouwer and thank Andrea and Wes, the owners of Roby King Galleries, for the opportunity to exhibit my new rust work. Martha describes her work: "My design skills and my interest in patterns and textures are reflected in my approach. I enjoy layering different media to accomplish depth of tone and meaning." When thinking of her subject she says: "My paintings celebrate the interconnected of all life - the birds of the air, the fish of the sea, humans. These connections imply a responsibility for caring for each other and sharing the planet.” www.marthabrouwer.com Sowing the Dragon's Teeth, 14x14 ln. I also embrace the importance of caring connection to the world around us and revere the human past that defines us. Much of my imagery is
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The Vashon Allied Arts retail gallery, the Heron's Nest, is reopening after an extensive remodel April 5th and on Vashon's First Friday Art Walk. Earlier today I dropped off art and art cards. Here are some of my HepCat Club boxed card sets they will be selling. The images were inspired by jazz and bebop musicians like Oscar Pettiford, Herbie Mann, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, Lester Young, and Joe "King" Oliver. I grew up listening to King Oliver. My Grandpa Ed had a great Victrola in his billiard room. While we grand kids abused his pool table we would listen to records like Wille, the Weeper.