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Polina Tereshina
"The Long Years"

Sam Wood Wilson
"Value Engineering"

Linda Hodges Gallery

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EXHIBITION: March 2-April 1,
Reception First Thursday: March 2, 6-8 pm

Linda Hodges gallery is excited to present the long years, an exhibition by Seattle/New York artist Polina Tereshina. A cast of enigmatic characters in Tereshina’s work, figures of humans and animals painted with urgency and speed, peer out of evocative limbos. Stylistically direct, the figures emote vulnerability, anxiety, longing, and other less nameable emotions through subtle gestures and facial expressions.

Seattle artist Sam Wood Wilson is a multidisciplinary artist and architect exploring the relationship between physical and digital worlds. His practice relies on a sophisticated understanding of how digitalization augments the artist’s hand to create paintings and sculptures that defy traditional definitions of the craft.

Wilson’s work in this exhibition—"Value Engineering"—examines the physical and digital as independent but intimately connected worlds by creating images and objects that are possible only when the two systems work in tandem.

Linda Hodges Gallery

316 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104-2506

Tues-Sat 10:30-5



Established in 1983 in the historic Pioneer Square district of Seattle, Linda Hodges Gallery showcases prominent West Coast artists. The gallery’s mission for forty years has been to foster outstanding and fresh talent and to maintain a commitment to the vibrant Seattle art scene. The gallery is a member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association (SADA).

We have built a reputation through cultivating a robust exhibition schedule, the building of collections for private and corporate clients, facilitating museum exhibits, and for publishing books and catalogs for our artists.

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