Baso Fibonacci Solo Show: Oh my! August 8 – September 7, 2013

| August 9, 2013

“Baso Fibonacci is a Seattle-based street artist, muralist, and painter possibly most known for his colossal and colorful portraits of animals native to the Northwest. Wildcats, bears, owls—they’re all shattered into streaks of primary color, like a TV signal somehow received by an old Lite-Brite. (He explores the opposite—endless geometric patterns—in his series of mirror paintings.)

He’s the artist—who along with his crew, ‘Purveyors of Fine Magic’ –is responsible for the giant mural on E. John Street, featuring a portrait of himself exhaling a menagerie of colorful and magical creatures along the side of the light rail wall. He’s also the man behind the face of an enormous raccoon that stares mournfully from a wall 2nd Avenue and Main St.

Aside from a couple years of art classes at Evergreen State in Olympia, he’s a self-trained artist who wonders what a city could be like if it fell in love with art.” – OBEY Clothing

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