Drift, Wander, Migrate • Michelle Blade • paintings and illustrations
Blade is inspired by myth and folktales of Russian, Hungarian, Indian, Mexican and Native American aesthetics.
• 811 East Burnside Suite 111 PDX 97214 • 503.807.8128
Opening Reception 6-9:30pm.
This is no dream! This is really happening! • Cecilia Cannon • collage
Cannon creates iconic mosaics using found broken glass from the streets.
New American Art Union •922 SE Ankeny Street, PDX 97214 • 503.231.8294
Exhibit ends April 30.
Light Leak • Group Show • photography
This exhibit is based on a group of photographers who meet monthly to share work and provide feedback to one another. Includes Bobby Abrahamson, Chris Bennett, Lyla Emery Reno, Faulkner
Short, Gretchen Vaudt and Bryan Wolf.
Newspace Center for Photography • 1632 SE 10th Ave PDX 97214 •
Opening Reception 7-10pm. Exhibit ends April 30.
Dan Ness at Mark Wolley's Wonder location should be worth checking out. Has Dan grown at all? Is he just riffing on Kippenberger and Polke?
I like the postcard image.
Dan Ness' work is always interesting, yet I am never to sure of where he is going with his work. I always get the sense of some kind of "perverted innocence." I guess in all possibility, that could be "where he is going."
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