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  • Volume 21 JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH 2012 Number 1w w w . a r t a c c e s s . c o m

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    Melissa Stern The Girl with No Heart clay, graphite, ink, and steel 28 x 10 x 5 inches

    Melissa SternTalking Cure

    March 9 - April 7

    Fetherston GalleryFg

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    artist Katy Stone next to her sculptureGreg Kucera Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist JD Perkins next to his sculpture Gallery IMA Seattle, WA

    artists/beloveds John and Maria Grade stand near Johns sculpture

    Davidson Galleries Seattle, WA

    artist David Alexander next to his paintingFoster/White Gallery Seattle, WA

    artists/beloveds Courtney Lipson and Scott Jensen next to Lipsons weaving

    Stonington Gallery Seattle, WA

    (L-R) Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) Director of Development Renate Raymond and

    BIMA Executive Director Greg Robinson

    Executive Director Judy Tuohy and Glass Director/artist Jack Kiley

    Schack Arts Center Everett, WA

    artist/teacher Ellen Ziegler next to her art Soil Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist Robert Max next to his paintingDavidson Galleries Seattle, WA

    (L-R) Hailing from Switzerland Svane Haroutunian attends artwalk

    with her artist/aunt Dionne Haroutunian

    artist Evelyn Woods next to her drawingDavidson Galleries Seattle, WA

    artist Damon Brown next to his painting Danger Bainbridge Island, WA

    artist Lynn Brofsky next to her artwork Roby King Galleries Bainbridge Island, WA

    (L-R) Carmine Rau, artist Kristin Tollefson, and Kristins parents Val & Mary Ann TollefsonBlackbird Bakery Bainbridge Island, WA

    ( L-R) artists/beloveds Virginia Paquette and Bill Smith before their performance art piece Island Gallery Bainbridge Island WA

    artist Robert Horton next to his paintingGallery 110 Seattle, WA

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    artist Tammy Spears surrounded by her artTammy Spears Studio West Seattle, WA

    artist Eva Isaksen next to her artFoster/White Gallery Seattle, WA

    (L-R) artist Andre Carter with her son HoganPacini Lubel Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist/teacher Ellen Ziegler next to her art Soil Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist Cathy Woo next to her paintingBainbridge Arts & Crafts Bainbridge Island, WA

    artist George Rodriquez with his artworksFoster/White Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist Helene Wilder next to her drawingRoby King Galleries Bainbridge Island, WA

    artist Gerry Newcomb next to his artBainbridge Arts & CraftsBainbridge Island, WA

    artist Evelyn Woods next to her drawingDavidson Galleries Seattle, WA

    artist David Kroll next to his paintingGrover/Thurston Gallery Seattle, WA

    artist Damon Brown next to his painting Danger Bainbridge Island, WA

    artist Romson Bustillo next to his printShift Studio Seattle, WA

    artist Lynn Brofsky next to her artwork Roby King Galleries Bainbridge Island, WA

    ( L-R) artists/beloveds Virginia Paquette and Bill Smith before their performance art piece Island Gallery Bainbridge Island WA

    (L-R) photographer Janae Jones and poet Roseanne McAleese

    Cafe Paloma Seattle, WA

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    FeatureEditoonAttack of the Ceramic ArtsSaylor Jones 4VISUAL ARTPortland, OR 7Anacortes, WA 7Bainbridge Island, WA 8Bellevue 10Bellingham Bothell Edison, WA 11Edmonds Everett, WA 12 Issaquah Kirkland, WA 13La Conner, WA 14Mercer Island Port Angeles, WA 15Port Townsend Poulsbo, WA 15Seattle, WA Ballard Belltown 16 Capitol Hill Columbia City 17 Downtown 18 First Hill 21 Fremont International District 22 Phinney Ridge 22 Pioneer Square 24 South Lake Union 28 University District West Seattle 29Shoreline Tacoma, WA 30Vashon Island 31MAPSBainbridge Island 8Kirkland 12Seattle: Belltown 16 Capitoll Hill 17 Downtown 21 Pioneer Square 23Tacoma 31

    Listing in Art Access is a paid service. The charge for 60 word listing per month is $35 or $39 with map placement, if available.

    The Initial map placement fee is $28. Image(s) above the listing: $100 each. Limit 3.Submission and payment are done online: www.artaccess.com/submitprintad

    Art Access(888) 970-9991

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    April/May/June info is due March 10 No Exceptions! Off with your head!

    FRONT COVER:Melissa Stern The Girl with No Heart

    clay, graphite, ink, and steel, 28 x 10 x 5 inchesFetherston Gallery Seattle, WA

    MysteriesJanuary 6-February 25

    New works by Peter Roux in the main gallery and show of works by Lita Batho,

    Carole dInverno, and Melissa Stern continues in the east gallery.

    The Talking Cure March 9 - April 6

    A mixed material and media project by Melissa Stern. Her figurative sculptures come with a story. Also showing new work

    by Dorothy Rissman and Jan Hoy.

    FETHERSTON GALLERY818 East Pike Street

    Seattle, Washington 98121(206) 322-9440 Weds-Sat: 11 A.M.-5:30 P.M.

    and by appointment fgal@fethersongallery.com

    www.FetherstonGallery.com

    Art is not a treasure in the past or an importation from another land, but part of the present life of all living and creating peoples.

    ~Franklin D. Roosevelt32nd President of the United States

    Helen Johanson (Happy Birthday!), Greg Miller, Karen Stanton, Gregory Hischak, Elizabeth Bryant, Reed Bargren, Alec Clayton, Deloris Tarzan Ament, Sean Carman, Gwen Wilson, Cheryl H. Hahn,

    Clare McLean, Ron Glowen, Susan Platt, Adriana Grant, Katie Kurtz, Molly Rhodes, Milton Freewater, Molly Norris,

    Kathy Cain, Eleanor Pigman, Saylor Jones, Meg McHutchison, Chris Mitchell, Ron Turner,Mitchell Weitzman,

    Steve Freeborn & Tia Matthies, Bill Frisell & Carole dInverno, Rachella Anderson, David John Anderson, Erica Applewhite, Seattle Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, Schack Art Center,

    Bellevue Arts Museum, Portland Art Museum, Museum of Northwest Art, Henry Art Gallery, Frye Art Museum,

    Doris Lester (Happy Birthday!), Teresa, Joey, & Danny,Debbie & Richard Vancil (Happy Birthday!),

    Corbin (Happy Birthday!), Madeline, Parker, Cayden, & Ryan

    A R T A C C E S SVolume 21 Number 1

    P u b l i s h e rDebbi Lester

    S p e c i a l T h a n k s

    Peter Roux Mysteries no.18oil on canvas, 30 x 60 inches

    Fetherston Gallery Seattle, WA

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    ELIZABETH LEACH GALLERY417 NW 9th Avenue (503) 224-0521 Tues-Sat: 10:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. & by appointment art@elizabethleach.com www.elizabethleach.com Body Gesture A group show of h is tor ica l and contemporary feminist artists including Hannah Wilke, Andrea Bowers, Alice Neel, Martha Rosler, and Lynda Benglis. Reception: January 5, 6-8 P.M. Through January 28. Nothing Leading Anywhere Any More Except to Nothing Joe Thurston presents new sculptural work. Resembling obelisks, pyramids and totems, each sculpture contains personal ephemera entombed within the methodically carved and constructed surfaces. Receptions: Thursdays, February 2 and March 1, 6-8 P.M. February 2-March 31. Charms and Devotionals Martin Kersels shows felt banners inspired by Lynyrd Skynyrd song titles, and kinetic sculpture. Often autobiographical, his work is both darkly humorous and heartfelt. Kersels work was included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial. Receptions: Thursdays, February 2 and March 1, 6-8 P.M. February 2-March 31.

    Mark Rothko Self Portrait, 1936, oil on canvasCollection of Christopher Rothko

    Portland Art Museum Portland, OR

    PORTLAND ART MUSEUM1219 SW Park Avenue (503) 226-2811 Sun: 12-5 PM.; Tues, Weds, & Sat: 10 AM.-5 PM.; Thurs & Fri: 10 AM.-8 PM.; Closed Mondays $15 Adults, $12 Seniors/Students. Free for children under 17 www.portlandartmuseum.org Mark Rothko One of the leading American artists of the 20th century, Mark Rothko began his life in art in Portland, Oregon. The 45 works in the exhibition trace Rothkos artistic path from the late 1920s until shortly

    before his death in 1970. This is Portlands first comprehensive look at the artists development and aesthetic issues that shaped his production. February-May.

    / Portland Art Museum Portland, OR

    Art, music, poetry, and film come together in John Frames ambitious project, The Tale of the Crippled Boy. The goal is a feature-length collection of animated and live film vignettes. Three Fragments of a Lost Tale presents his work during the past five years: installations of handma