With the advent of the digi camera and photoshop anyone can become a photographer and a lot of them are. Some better than others obviously. It does seem there are little to no 'classical' style painters here. This is a tech town, and tech towns people like techy art. I'm sure a lot of people paint in seattle, I know I do, but from what I've seen they are all sort of abstract in nature.
Am I a painty-painter?
Here's a reclusive (in the sense that he doesn't tell people he paints and just insists on having a website) Seattle artist:
What do you think of James Waterman? He's represented by Foster-White and while his work has this unusual beauty and luminosity to it.
But then, I'm just a cheap bastard who wouldn't consider buying art...or carving my initials in it for that matter a la Wave.
glass man. glass is where it's at yo!
chi hoo lee!
Patte Loper lives in New York.
Patte Loper does live in New York, but she is represented I believe by a Seattle gallery: Platform. And Jen wrote ". . . I can think of a lot of artists represented in Seattle who fall under the category . . ."
No painters? I bust ass at painting! I have been painting 7 months and sold over 70 paintings. I have two shows in March running at non-art venues and am running around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to get someone to notice. New blood over here!
You guys just don't know about us yet.
we're too freakin' poor to get our slides duped.
how about 5 to 10 years--
then you'll be inserting foot into mouth
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