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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