Sue Peters

Will the New 520 Bridge Be a Work of Art?

Rob Wilkinson is on a mission. Kind of like Richard Dreyfus with the mountain of mashed potatoes in Close Encounters, he sees something he's sure… Continue reading

 

Anti-Chihulys

William Traver Gallery's glass show speaks in whispers, not shouts.

 

Artist Joe Max Emminger

He paints colorful characters, tossed by unseen forces.

 

Artist Melinda Hannigan

She turns her painterly eye from weathered ships to Westport, Ireland.

Brilliant Collaborations

Digital experimenters are paired with traditional artists, to dazzling effect.

Broken Promises?

SAM's pledge to include Native American art at the Olympic Sculpture Park so far hasn't been realized.

Destination: Desolation?

Unfinished business at the new sculpture park.

First Thursday

An opinionated guide to this week's new gallery and museum shows.

Grand Openings

A mystery installation, SAM's new acquisitions, and a controversial Maya Lin retrospective.

Local Sculptor Michael Magrath on ‘Faking’ Rodin

Figurative sculptor and Gage Academy professor Michael Magrath has worked in bronze and other mediums for a number of years. (His latest, "Lot's Tribe," are… Continue reading

MONDAY

Torridly Sensual Acrylics at Winston Wachter

On the Walls

An opinionated guide to this week's gallery and museum shows.

On the Walls

An opinionated guide to this week's gallery and museum shows.

On the Walls

An opinionated guide to this week's gallery and museum shows.

Q&A With Chris Jordan

Local photographer Chris Jordan has shifted his sharp, poetic focus from the wastelands of American consumerism—images of landfills of discarded cell phones, crushed cars, or… Continue reading

Seattle Weekly’s Recommended Events

WEDNESDAY: Documentary Plugs SAM Scuplture Park

Shadow Play

Western Bridge explores the border between light and dark.

Spring Visual Arts Picks

The new, improved SAM, among other highlights.

Terrific Storms

Fascinating new installation at Howard House.

The Art of Eric Carle

Great art hides in kindergarten libraries everywhere.