Thursday, March 5, 2009

First Thursday & Eva Pietzcker

Eva Pietzcker's show of 18 color and black-and-white Japanese woodblock prints continues through March 30th at Cullom Gallery, and we're kicking off it's second month with a reception tonight at the Gallery, from 6 - 8 pm during the Pioneer Square Gallery Walk.

In addition to Pietzcker's great prints, there's a lot to see this month in Pioneer Square. Downstairs at Davidson Galleries is an encyclopedic collection of posters and many woodcuts by America icon, Antonio Frasconi. Greg Kucera Gallery continues with quilts and etchings by the quilters of Gee's Bend. And G. Gibson Gallery opens a group show focused on birds and habitat including the Narnia-like photographs of Nealy Blau.

Grab an umbrella and come on down. (and after, go sip and nibble something at my new favorite apr├ęs-Walk spot, Elisian Fields - just down the street at 1st and King.)




Untitled (Glade big), 2005 38 x 21 inches