|Kimberly Trowbridge Arcadia on the back wall (it's massive)|
To see what the opening night party looked like, take a look on Hi-Fructose (plus see photos of the artists standing beside their work). I was otherwise engaged that night with out of town guests, yet I hear it was really and truly an epic event. While the fact that these are all female artists is something that doesn't need mention, I did remark upon it to my own (young) artist daughter Miss M as it seems notable that people would never comment on gender if a show only included works by male artists. As in, "Hey, there's a show called White Matter that's featuring 37 male artists." Hmm, no, you would never hear that. Now that I've commented, I'll tell you that this show is indeed overtly centered on women, and yes, it's absolutely amazing.
|Pelican Goddess by Mandy Greer shimmering in the sun|
|My own Miss M is enchanted (as was I).|
Seattle is such a great art town. The recent wave of shows and events is pointing in the right direction-- which looks to me to be forward thinking and groundbreaking. It's been a lot of fun, and it feels very welcoming and inclusive. It's also clear that Sharon Arnold has done it again. Be sure and adventure forth to see what she's gathered for show and tell this time!
Photos taken with my iphone 3gs which means no flash.
The Pelican Goddess would like for you to see her face in person.