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First Thursday @ Shift: Emanations

Patrice Donohue works with wax, paper and clay…simple materials to create a layered, complex surface that expresses depth and emergent luminosity. Like dreams made up of both known and unknown elements, Donohue’s work are both quiet and evocative. They urge … Continue reading

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July @ Shift: Ken Barnes and Jen Grabarczyk, First Thursday July 11

Pretty much all of the Pioneer Square First Thursday scene is switching to July 11 this year, due to our national birthday celebration.  Shift is very pleased to follow suit with its opening and artist reception for Ken Barnes and … Continue reading

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Inside/Out @ Shift in May: Street Art Considered, by Daya B. Astor & Liz Patterson

PSquare streets will be buzzing with lots of new shows and free parking, so come on down. Shift Collaborative Studio is very pleased to present Inside/Out by Daya B. Astor and Liz Patterson–an exploration of urban street art. Mixed media artist … Continue reading

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Adele Eustis @ Shift in April–lit from within

Adele Eustis has created an engaging installation of structures made of woven bent branches, wire, light, silk and jute–they are like nests, like a private world, illuminated and welcoming, strange and wonderful. Rosemary Ponnekanti of the Tacoma Tribune described them: … Continue reading

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Adele Eustis and Cass Nevada @ Shift in April

Shift Collaborative Studio is pleased to present an engaging show of nature in April for your contemplation: Adele Eustis‘ new show Issue reveals a world illuminated from within.  Around these cocoon-like structures are silk, wire, bent wood branches, jute and … Continue reading

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Shift in March: Ed McCarthy

Ed McCarthy likes to play with wood. And metal. And lots of other materials, so his work is usually pretty intriguing.  His show in March is no exception; in his own words, he recalls a love of sculpture to which … Continue reading

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Shift in March: Carmi Weingrod

Carmi Weingrod is a print artist whose usual focus is assymetrical mandala-like works, but it would seem that occasionally–and happily–the mandala spins in a different direction.  In her own words, she was taken by the wood blocks in Ed McCarthy’s … Continue reading

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