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photoBONFIRE Gallery
603 South Main Street
Seattle, WA
98104
Tel: 206.790.1073
Fax:

Hours: wed-sat 12-5pm and by appointment
E-mail:
Web: www.thisisbonfire.com

BONFIRE is an art integration practice, a community gathering space and gallery, and a design practice. BONFIRE integrates art, culture and design through services, exhibits, advocacy and community events. Located in Seattle’s historic Panama Hotel, BONFIRE is a place where people gather to connect with art and design.

To Dec 2 Gary Faigin: Inside Out. Once upon a time, steam engines were seen as cutting-edge technology, and the images of powerful trains cutting across the American landscape was featured in posters and advertisements as a glamorous image of modernity. Painter Gary Faigin turns that imagery on its head with a painting series in which steam engines appear strange and ominous, while at the same time retaining a retro beauty.

above image: Gary Faigin: The Water Cycle, acrylic on canvas, 30” x 40”.


photoBONFIRE Gallery
603 South Main Street
Seattle, WA
98104
Tel: 206.790.1073
Fax:

Hours:
E-mail:
Web: www.thisisbonfire.com

BONFIRE is an art integration practice, a community gathering space and gallery, and a design practice. BONFIRE integrates art, culture and design through services, exhibits, advocacy and community events. Located in Seattle’s historic Panama Hotel, BONFIRE is a place where people gather to connect with art and design.

Oct 4-Dec 2 Gary Faigin: Inside Out. Once upon a time, steam engines were seen as cutting-edge technology, and the images of powerful trains cutting across the American landscape was featured in posters and advertisements as a glamorous image of modernity. Painter Gary Faigin turns that imagery on its head with a painting series in which steam engines appear strange and ominous, while at the same time retaining a retro beauty.


 

 

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