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One Piece at a Time

Wendell Castle, oak sleigh chair with hard leather sling seat, 1963

The craftsmen of the studio furniture movement have always been American originals, working independently of each other, following their own visions, making everything by hand. Continue reading

Star Man

Joan Miro, Head, Bird, 1977, lithographic ink and arcylic on Barker paper.

An exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum explores Miró’s later, lesser-known works, while telling the story of a peaceful artist living in a politically turbulent world. Continue reading

Food for Thought

Wayne Thiebaud, Pies, 1961, oil on canvas, 22 x 28 inches;

Wayne Thiebaud’s tasty-looking paintings have often been mistaken for Pop Art, but the artist is after something deeper, both in art and in life. Continue reading