BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:icalendar-ruby CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161203T052825Z UID:273909 DTSTART:20130427T000000 DTEND:20130601T000000 DESCRIPTION:

Most (all?) paintings contain illusions of spatial depth whe ther or not there is descriptive subject matter. Formal cues to spatial dep th exist all along the continuum in landscape painting\, which runs from hi ghly descriptive at one end (think Constable) to totally non-objective at t he other (think Hans Hoffman\, de Kooning\, Held). On this continuum there is a middle point where\, in a given work\, a stroke or two will shift that work from non-objective to descriptive. And\, for an artist\, that is a ve ry interesting place to be.

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In our first show\, The Landscape Descr ibed\, artists are dealing with the descriptive end of this continuum and e mploy subject matter as a major factor (there are many) in providing the il lusion of a real or imagined place.

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In the second\, The Landscape E voked\, artists are working at the non-objective end of the continuum. Sinc e specific references to subject matter are absent\, they must rely on othe r formal cues to create an illusion of space that will be “convincing”.

LOCATION:Prographica / KDR\,3419 E Denny Way \nSeattle \, WA 98122 SUMMARY: The Landscape Described\, Darlene Campbell\, Kimberly Clark\, Josh Dorman\, Kathy Gore-Fuss\, Laura Hamje\, Michelle Muldrow\, Andrew Yates END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161203T052825Z UID:273910 DTSTART:20130427T180000 DTEND:20130427T200000 LOCATION:Prographica / KDR\,3419 E Denny Way \nSeattle \, WA 98122 SUMMARY: The Landscape Described\, Darlene Campbell\, Kimberly Clark\, Josh Dorman\, Kathy Gore-Fuss\, Laura Hamje\, Michelle Muldrow\, Andrew Yates END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR