Archive for March, 2012


I am excited to announce that I’ve been selected as a Neddy Fellowship nominee in painting this year. The Neddy has been an annual fellowship in Seattle since 1996 through the Behnke Foundation. A great survey of past recipients can be viewed here. Here’s the list of nominees: The four finalists for the Neddy at […]

Rikuo Ueda came to Ball State, where I studied art in undergrad, and imprinted on my memory. He held a tea ceremony in a specially designed tea house outside the architecture building. He attached pen refills to the ends of branches and let the wind make drawings. “His works are a form of what has […]

Today’s my birthday! I’m older than I thought. I was pretty sure I was still in my 20s; but what’s time? Ha. From Marilynn Robinson’s “Gilead”: I don’t wish to suggest a reality that is simply an enlarged or extrapolated version of this reality. If you think how a thing we call a stone differs […]

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Open Interval


This is happening tonight! CULLOM GALLERY   603 S MAIN STREET   SEATTLE, WA  98104   MAP 206.340.8000 NEW HOURS: Wednesday through Saturday 12 to 6 pm Open Interval March 1 – 31, 2012 Curated by Rumi Koshino Preview, March 1, 6 – 8 pm As part of the exhibit series, HATCHINGS A look at […]