Saturday, June 30, 2007


I've been intrigued by Elizabeth Huey's paintings ever since some random MySpace browsing led me to her website. I love the combo of architecture and woods and catastrophe and human iconography--kind of reminds me of my friend Aaron Spangler's incredible rural-apocalypse-themed wood carvings, back when they were colorful (now he paints them all black.)

And now she has a show in Portland, up through July 28 at Quality Pictures. I am dying to see it.

This is how it looks:

Here is her website, and here is the Mercury review.

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