Thursday, October 7, 2010

Exhibit Wrap Up - Eva Pietzcker

A big thank you to everyone who helped make Eva Pietzcker's show - Revealing the Root such a success!  Your response was tremendous.  We will certainly have Eva back to Seattle for future shows.  She enjoyed her visit to Seattle and even managed to tag on several days sketching views on Orcas Island in the San Juans before leaving for Maine to work on a collaborative project with the artist and recent Guggenheim Fellow, Daniel Heyman.  That project is scheduled for exhibit sometime next summer.  So between her time in Seattle, coastal time on Orcas and northern Maine, and a residency in Bozeman, Montana earlier this year, I anticipate a beautiful show of U.S. views a year or so from now.

If you haven't made it to the gallery yet to see Eva's prints, you have 2 more chances.  We are open late tonight, 10/7, until 9 pm for Seattle's monthly First Thursday Gallery Walk.  Otherwise stop by Saturday, 10/9 for the last day of the show.

Eva Pietzcker  River 1 (Rhein), 2009. Edition: 30, 9-1/2 x 26-3/8 inches

Eva Pietzcker River 2 (Rhein), 2009. Edition: 20, 9-1/2 x 26-3/8 inches

Eva Pietzcker Baltic Sea - Moving Trees, 2009. 9-1/2 x 9-7/8 inches

Eva Pietzcker kayaking Lake Union, Seattle
Eva Pietzcker with Beverly Pepper's Perre's Vantaglio, Olympic Sculputure Park
Opening night, Revealing the Root - Moku Hanga by Eva Pietzcker
Eva on opening night, Revealing the Root - Moku Hanga by Eva Pietzcker

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