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‘Vermilion/Vermillion’ open to interpretation

‘Vermilion/Vermillion’ open to interpretation

| June 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

The energetic shapes in the abstract exhibit at Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar are untethered to reality. By Gary Faigin Special to The Seattle Times The voluptuous pink paintings of Ellen Ziegler, now on view at Vermillion on Capitol Hill, depict roly-poly floating objects that are unmoored from everyday reality. Like other artists who practice […]

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We Won! Voted Best Gallery 2015 by Seattle Weekly Readers!

We Won! Voted Best Gallery 2015 by Seattle Weekly Readers!

| August 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

http://www.seattleweekly.com/bestof/960032-129/best-of-seattle-arts-culture   Best of Seattle: Arts & Culture Winners As chosen by our readers. By SW Staff Tue., Aug 4 2015 at 09:03PM Best Museum Frye Art Museum I think that the Frye clinched this category—surprisingly, over SAM—last fall, when its #SocialMedium show invited visitors to vote for their favorites among 232 works in its […]

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A GIF Comic Tour of Bruce Bickford’s Magical Home Animation Studio in SeaTac, WA

A GIF Comic Tour of Bruce Bickford’s Magical Home Animation Studio in SeaTac, WA

| February 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

The famed Frank Zappa collaborator and claymation master walks us through his incredible, crazy garage. By Kelton Sears Wed., Jan 21 2015 at 05:27PM Bickford in his living room, where he spends most his time drawing vampires nowadays. Photo by Kelton Sears. Getting to spend a day with local animation legend Bruce Bickford for my […]

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Seattle Weekly by Kelton Sears

Seattle Weekly by Kelton Sears

| January 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Bruce Bickford Vs. Time Famed for the stop-motion movies he created for Frank Zappa in the ’70s, the artist hopes to finish his magnum opus for a new generation of fans. By Kelton Sears Tue., Jan 13 2015 at 05:31PM   Bickford at a Des Moines store where he likes to draw. Photos by Kelton […]

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Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

BEST Art Gallery

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Back Beat Seattle: Show Preview: Tables & Chairs Sessions – 2nd Wednesday of Every Month @ Vermillion

Back Beat Seattle: Show Preview: Tables & Chairs Sessions – 2nd Wednesday of Every Month @ Vermillion

| September 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

It was in a weekly modern jazz/avant improv session at The Blue Moon run by guitarist Simon Henneman where I first became friendly with Neil Welch, Chris Icasiano, and Luke Bergman. At the time, all three were in the UW jazz program that had been revamped since naming Cuong Vu as the director of Jazz […]

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Weirdos getting freaky in the deep end? ‘Steve Pool Comedy Showcase’ dives right in. Seattle Times Blog.

Weirdos getting freaky in the deep end? ‘Steve Pool Comedy Showcase’ dives right in. Seattle Times Blog.

| April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Posted by Jeff Albertson Evangeline Spracklin. The Steve Pool Comedy Showcase is a bit like the open swim at a public pool. You can never be sure what will happen.There’s always one guy with goggles on just hanging around the deep end and somebody’s hairy uncle might try a double off the high dive if he’s […]

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MESSAGES IN GAS UNDER GLASS Posted by Jeremy Buben

MESSAGES IN GAS UNDER GLASS Posted by Jeremy Buben

| February 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Immediately upon entering Dylan Neuwirth‘s solo show MMXIV at Vermillion one is met with the declaration ‘good morning haters’ written in cursive and formed out of bright white neon. With this salutation seared into your eyeballs you can now take in 19 other works similarly crafted in the artist’s own handwriting and brought to life […]

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COLD FIRE: DYLAN NEUWIRTH’S MMXIV AT VERMILLION – T.S. Flock

COLD FIRE: DYLAN NEUWIRTH’S MMXIV AT VERMILLION – T.S. Flock

| January 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Language and technology are constantly changing and forcing people to adapt their ways of communicating. Even the most enthusiastic first-adopters occasionally find reason to pause and reflect on how these developments are altering the social landscape, and many artists are tackling these developments in ways that can be as critical as they are whimsical. Dylan […]

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Dylan Neuwirth on Artzone

Dylan Neuwirth on Artzone

| January 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

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