Browsing the "Tacoma Art" Tag

Meghan Mitchell says hello

November 4th, 2013 | by Sean Alexander

Meghan Mitchell‘s new show at Fulcrum Gallery is a darling mini. Comprising eight modest drawings and a cozy tent installation,

Chuck Knigge & Queen Freddie Break the Internet

June 21st, 2013 | by Katy Evans

There are plenty of rabid Freddie Mercury/Queen fans out there, and Tacoma artist Chuck Knigge is one of them. His newest body of work, Queen Freddie, is one of the most hotly anticipated art openings Tacoma and Seattle has seen in a long time.

We’re Jerks! Oliver Doriss captures the zeitgeist with Union Tac

October 19th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

The "Union Tac" roster of featured artists is impressive and full of familiar names: Chris Sharp, Sean Alexander, Chandler O’Leary, Sara Gilbert, Meghan Mitchell, Electricbranch, Elise Richman, and Noah Struthers all created original works inspired by the theme. And the results are entirely unexpected.

Let us know if you want some Post Defiance merch!

July 31st, 2012 | by Editorial Staff

We at Post Defiance are getting a little giddy about our one year anniversary and it is clear that we need some merchandise to celebrate. Let us know if you want in on this action: Local artist, designer, and undeniable talent Sean Alexander was kind enough to design a completely brilliant design for various accoutrements we are considering manufacturing, namely t-shirts and tote bags

Kickstarting the Tacoma Playing Cards

June 14th, 2012 | by Editorial Staff

The buzz has been building since early June about a professional set of Tacoma-centric playing cards designed and illustrated by Tacomans; now the Kickstarter page is live with an already very robust outpouring of support! Join the party, kickstart this beautiful project, pay artists, and celebrate yet another inventive way to immortalize our pretty city

“Figure 10: Polystichum munitum” by Maria Jost

April 23rd, 2012 | by Katy Evans

Local artist and middle school science teacher, Maria Jost, has brought her ecologically tinged creative sensibilities to the streets since 2009. This month marks the debut of “Figure Ten: Polystichum munitum,” her tenth print in the Street Botany series. Says Maria: "The Street Botany prints stem from the world of ecology, but toy heavily with the boundaries of academic discipline. I am indeed a product of scientific training, and I hope my artwork speaks ecological truth. But frankly, I also think science (yes, all of it) would much benefit from more attention to style."

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