Monthly Archives: July 2010

Anna McKee at Francine Seders

Anna McKee’s four prints (a combination of etching, collography, and chine collé) offer a preview of the work she is making in response to her recent trip to Antarctica funded by the National Science Foundation Artists and Writers Program. This body of work will be featured in a show at the Seders Gallery in November. For McKee, history of place is recorded in strata, and this process is paralleled in her work as layers of line, color, and method tell their own story.

Francine Seders Gallery • 6701 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle. 206-782-0355

July 9 – August 8, 2010

Reception:   Sunday July 11, 2 – 4pm

We will be OPEN Friday July 9 from 6 to 9pm for the Art-up Greenwood-Phinney Artwalk.


Cameron Anne Mason at Foster/White Gallery

Cameron Anne Mason’s work with fabric and fiber is an exploration of the intersection of nature, civilization and time. The unique surface design on her fabrics read like maps, implying ancient messages found on artifacts from ancient civilizations. Her current series of vessels references the inherent nature of the vessel as both useful and sacred objects.

Foster/White Gallery • 220 Third Avenue S, Seattle. 206-622.2833

Hours: 10-6 Tuesday to Saturday.