Saturday, February 4, 2012

Some Saturday art events

Ukranian shirt, 2001 by Lisa Yuskavage
image courtesy of Greg Kucera Gallery
Today at noon, master printer Bill Goldtson will be doing an informal walk-through of Greg's Recent Selections from ULAE, including prints by Helen Frankenthaler, Bill Jensen, Jasper Johns, James Rosenquist and more. 
Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE) was the vision of Tatyana Grosman, a Russian émigré who had settled in New York with her husband Maurice, an artist with printmaking skills. In 1957, through connections with other artists, the Grosmans began inviting painters, poets and printmakers to create limited edition artist’s books in their modest garage studio on Long Island. These first intimate collaborations set the tone for the quality of work to be produced at ULAE in the decades to follow.
Gravediggers, 2010 by Kimberly Trowbridge
oil on canvas, 78" x 162", image courtesy of the artist
Today, from 5-8pm, Kimberly Trowbridge will host the opening reception for Dystopia at Plasteel Frames. Finally, we'll be able see Gravediggers in the flesh, all 13+ feet of it!


Employees of Seattle Art Museum are opening their group show at Art/Not Terminal Gallery tonight from 7-10pm. Intrigue will include work by Allison Manch, Sarah Hollingsworth, Thomas Kruger, and over 30 more artists.

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