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photoShift Gallery
312 S Washington St
, Tashiro Kaplan Bldg

Seattle, WA

Hours: fri & sat 12-5pm or by appt

Shift is an artist-run gallery established in Seattle in 2004 with the primary goal of supporting emerging, practicing artists in the Pacific Northwest.

Sep 7-30 Dawn P. Endean: Passing Through, Endean’s mono-prints and etchings explore themes of change, transience and impermanence in society and the natural world.

Sep 7-30 Colleen Maloney: Finding the Extra in Ordinary, Maloney’s prints take viewers on an unusual tour of her local surroundings. Strong abstraction merges with semi-realism as she uplifts everyday landscapes by emphasizing quirky perspectives with outstanding, colorful elements.

Oct 5-28 Patrice Donohue: Mending, Patrice Donohue continues her work with newspaper structuring surface, volume, light/ shadow, and the repetition of stitching and weaving further inspired by an Albert Camus quote, “We must mend what has been torn apart, make justice imaginable again…”, binding and mending, with the determination of a beloved mantra.

REPRESENTING: Ken Barnes, Eric Chamberlain, Patrice Donohue, Dawn Endean, Carolyn Gracz, Stephanie Hargrave, Cynthia Hibbard, Rachel Holloway, Karen Klee-Atlin, Anna Macrae, Colleen Maloney, Ed McCarthy, Liz Patterson, Joseph Pentheroudakis, David Traylor, Craig van den Bosch, Robin Walker, Jodi Waltier, Carmi Weingrod




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