The Haunted Realm
art by Jo Estey and Tuk Morrisson
Image shown, Yokai , by Jo Estey .
Image description of the painting at left: a tan wolf wears a blue kimono and stands in front of a black cat wearing a green kimono.
All paintings will also be available for sale at www.gargoylestatuary.com. To buy art in this exhibit, call or email 206-632-4940 | Gargayle@gargoylestatuary.com
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Paintings by Danielle Mapes
Danielle Mapes is native to Denver, Colorado and works and resides in Seattle, Washington. She has studied sculpture at Metropolitan University of Denver in Colorado and ceramics at Shoreline Community College in Washington. In addition to sculpture, painting, and mixed media, she has been featured in multiple collaborative performances and installations over the last decade. She currently works as a member of Push/Pull, a non-profit cooperative gallery in Ballard, Seattle.
Image description of two paintings. Painting on left, a figure stands in the center of a landscape with a dark sky. The figure appears to have long hair and wears a cape with blue and white stripes and a wrapped skirt. Light circle above the figure and a a triangle of light below the figure. Painting on right, a green snake in the center of a landscape with dark foreground and a fiery background.
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Image above: photo of a silver necklace with 15 female symbols (a circle with a square cross under the circle).
Paintings by Jim Nichols
Image description: a landscape with a light gray background and a dark gray-black foreground. In the foreground there is an open box atop six white legs. The box resembles. a house on very high stilts. The box is open on one side and illuminated. The left side of the box has a door that appears to open to the outside.