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    ArtXchange Artist Humaira Abid at The Ethnic Heritage Gallery

    ArtXchange Artist Humaira Abid currently has an installation piece up at The Ethnic Heritage Gallery in the Seattle Municipal Tower. Facets of Life July 15th 2013 – June 29th 2014 Every year Ethnic heritage Gallery – seattle govt. invite 4 to 5 artists to install [...]

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    Naoko Morisawa featured in The Seattle Vine

    Dyed – Mosaic Artwork Bursts with Color Artist Creates Vibrant Mosaics With Oil-Dyed Wooden Chips By Lisa Pollman, Seattle Vine We spoke with Lauren Davis, Gallery Manager at Seattle’s ArtXchange Gallery to find out more about Morisawa’s work. “Naoko’s wood mosaics reveal her ability to [...]

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    Women’s Work: Culture and the Feminine in City Arts Magazine

    Women’s Work with ArtXchange’s Lauren Davis. March 12, 2013 | by Erin King ArtXchange, a women-run gallery dedicated to fostering cultural exchange through art, conferred with some non-Western women in the community and decided it was time to show Seattle that the conversation about equality [...]

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    Women’s Work: Culture and the Feminine Featured in the International Examiner

    Women’s Work: Culture and the Feminine gets a write up in the International Examiner “The Elles: Pompidou” show at Seattle Art Museum has come and gone, but it has reinvigorated an ongoing dialogue about women artists that continues in Seattle. Six talented, outspoken artists lend [...]

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    Humaira Abid featured in the Seattle A&P Quarterly

      A profile of ArtXchange artist Humaira Abid appears in the current Seattle Arts & Performance Quarterly magazine published by the Stranger. “…whatever people don’t want to talk about, I want to bring it up.” – Humaira Abid     Pick up the magazine free [...]

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    “Beyond Borders” reviewed in Ceramics Art & Perception magazine

    Read the wonderful review by Judy Seckler of Beyond Borders: Ceramics from the National Centre for Ceramics in Wales. Download a PDF: Ceramics AP Article

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    Digital Superstitions reviewed by Jen Graves in The Stranger

    Scared? Jonathan Wakuda Fischer’s Shape-Shifting Digital Superstitions by Jen Graves THE OLD PLUM AND THE NEW ROBOT Jonathan Wakuda Fischer’s homage to 16th-century painter Kano Sansetsu. In Digital Superstitions, his newest series, Seattle artist Jonathan Wakuda Fischer responds to the unexplainable with engineering. On one wall [...]

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    Humaira Abid on the Huffington Post

    “Art Award Winner Humaira Abid Illuminates a Global Issue” on Huffington Post Why is it that, in a world where almost every aspect of motherhood is discussed and dissected, the incredibly common reality of miscarriage is still so hidden? Why is the pain that so [...]

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  • Miya Ando Press from The Stranger and Ibuki Magazine

    Miya Ando interviewed in Ibuki Magazine “The diminutive artist wields heavy machinery to bring out a Zenlike quality in the steel. Her art transforms steel in ways never seen before, whether she’s dipping aluminum blocks into big vats of dye for her Chado exhibit at [...]

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  • Marcio Diaz on Univision

    Marcio Diaz interviewed by Jaime Mendez on Univision (KUNS) Diario de Inmigrantes: Marcio Diaz Este talentoso y amable artista nació y creció en Nicaragua, donde estudió pintura en el Instituto de Bellas Artes de Managua… “Me vine a Seattle buscando el amor y buscando también [...]

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