Art Resources

In Seattle:

Photographic Center Northwest

Frye Art Museum

The Davidson Galleries

The Seattle Art Museum Teen Programs

City of Seattle Youth Portal

The Vera Project

Youth in Focus

Pratt Fine Arts

Art by Etsuko Ichikawa

Being a frequent visitor to The Davidson Gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, I am always delighted by their thought-provoking curations.  My visit during the exhibition of Etsuko Ichikawa’s work was no exception.  I stood transfixed watching her “paint” with molten glass in the film 2100° | 451° that accompanied her prints. You can watch that film at The Anthropologist.  

To fully appreciate her art, you must engage with her process, as she dances, as fluid as the fiery glass that tempts the surface of the paper, touches down, sets it aflame, and pulls away.  Hers is an art that merges mediation, movement  and different forms of matter and media.

Art Elsewhere:

Benham Fine Art

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art

The Albright Knox

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

Renee Nault

The Tate–London

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