Norman Lundin and Ed Wicklander
Greg Kucera Gallery
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EXHIBITION: through April 1, 2023
"First Thursday" reception, March 2, 6-8pm
The Space Between Things
The exhibition, titled The Space Between Things, is the artist's continued exploration of visual detail through imagined still-lifes, studio views, and landscape vistas. Working primarily from memory rather than direct observation, Lundin's paintings incorporate everyday objects and settings to create seemingly casual, but in actuality quite formal, compositions.
Wicklander is a craftsman of diverse talents. His work involves many different techniques including wood carving, blown and cast glass, metal-smithing and welding, bronze casting, and an intriguing combination of materials. Wicklander sees his forte as his "ability to use very different materials to their greatest advantage."
212 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104-2608
ABOUT THE GALLERY Established in 1983, the Greg Kucera Gallery exhibits paintings, sculpture and prints by both emerging and established Northwest artists. The gallery also maintains an extensive inventory of prints and works on paper by nationally known figures.
The gallery occupies over 6,500 square feet of space, comprising three separate exhibition galleries on the main floor, a mezzanine level, and an outdoor sculpture deck. The Gallery is a member of the ADAA.