Hello, If you wonder why there hasn’t been many new paintings posted in the last year, it’s due to the fact that I’m embarked upon another project; a solo (95%) build of out home. My goal is to be painting much more in two years time, but the painting will continue to trickle in, so stay tuned.
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By T.S. Flock and Kelton Sears Tue., Feb 2 2016 at 07:47PM
The Mountains of Molenkamp and Speirs at Linda Hodges Gallery
The mountains delight us daily in Seattle, but some artists are especially inspired and see them in wildly different ways. Ryan Molenkamp renders them in bright, striated, acrylic patchworks, sometimes spewing pillowy columns of smoke. Cheerfully ominous. Meanwhile, Kentree Speirs sees them surging out of pale clouds and painterly splashes of rich, oily colors. Ominously beautiful. Across from each other at Linda Hodges, these painters will show quite a range . . . or cordillera, as it were.
Seattle Art Blog; February 3rd, 2016 | Linda Hodges Gallery
Showing work by Seattle artist Ryan Molenkamp and British Columbia artist Kentree Speirs. Molenkamp continues his series of graphic representations of mountainous regions and volcanoes while Speirs delves into the mysteries of raw mountain landscapes. .
Linda Hodges Gallery 316 First Ave S Seattle WA 98104 206-624-3034 / hrs: 10:30 to 5 Tues.-Sat. /