"In a classroom 30 miles northeast of Seattle, a dozen art students are busy discussing their work, posing for portraits, and putting the finishing touches on paintings for an exhibition, Non-Sufficient Funds, that opens Thursday night at Vermillion on Capitol Hill. One student has rendered Fred Flintstone smoking a cigarette and brandishing two semiautomatic pistols. Another explains his abstract piece, telling how the quotation he embossed into its mottled crimson background was plucked from Vladimir Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading."
Read more from Keegan Hamilton's story, "Insider Art".
Published on April 27, 2011