Visual Art

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Our pale, fragile blue dot, planet Earth

Alexa Peters

The Must List: Seattle Scotch & Beer Fest, Norwescon 40, Free Entry to National Parks

Wassily Kandinksy’s 1924 oil on canvas, ‘Tiefes Braun,’ on view at Pivot Art & Culture

Seattle Magazine Staff

Seattle Artist Dozfy’s Art à la Carte

Spontaneous scribbler Dozfy leaves surprise gifts of art for restaurant staffs in Seattle and parts beyond

Plenty of people doodle on restaurant menus, but artist Patrick Nguyen—who moved here from Atlanta in 2015—has raised it to…

Rebecca Ratterman

The Top 25 Shows to See in Seattle This Spring

Zandra Rhodes’ ‘Magic Flute’ costumes, first seen by Seattle audiences in 2011, return in an encore performance by the Seattle Opera. The designer calls them “wearable dreams”

Florangela Davila, Tim Appelo, Eva Seelye, Rebecca Ratterman and Sarah Murphy

The Must List: Angel Olsen, A Moveable Feast, The Pajama Game

What to do in Seattle in the weeks ahead

Singer/songwriter Angel Olsen plays the Neptune this Saturday

Seattle Magazine Staff

A Closer Look at Chuck Close

At a new show, Close’s intense gaze sees more deeply than most—even if it’s hard for him to see himself

“Self Portrait,” by Chuck Close

Tim Appelo

Georgetown’s Equinox Studios Gathers and Grows a South End Arts Gang

Equinox Studios is luring big names to Seattle’s latest arts hot spot with innovative deals

Fire art at Equinox

Tim Appelo

Jacob Lawrence’s ‘The Migration Series’ Opens at SAM this Saturday

SAM hosts a pivotal early series by local hero Jacob Lawrence

Lawrence’s caption for Migration’s Panel 3: “From every southern town migrants left by the hundreds to travel north”

Florangela Davila

A ‘Show of Hands’ for Enduring Seattle Artist, Mark Calderon

Celebrated artist Mark Calderon marks 30 years in Seattle with his 10th solo show at Greg Kucera Gallery

Mark Calderon in his Central District studio

Florangela Davila