Blake Haygood

Blake Haygood, Permanently Superior, 2015, acrylic, graphite and resin on panel, 21.75 x 18.5 inches, framed, $1700


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Blake Haygood, The How, What, and Wherefore, 2015

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Biographical Information

(American, b. 1966) Based in Seattle, WA, Blake Haygood is a primarily self-taught artist, learning most of his craft through trial and error. Blake makes paintings, drawings, and prints focusing on entropy, disorder, randomness, and unpredictability in a manner that promotes hope and humor.

Blake has exhibited nationally, and is represented in the collections of the Henry Art Gallery, City of Seattle, Tacoma Art Museum, City of Seatac, City of Kent, King County/4Culture, Washington State Convention Center, Washington Art Consortium, Washington State University and Peninsula College.

In addition to his own art practice, Blake is the Curator and Collections Manager for the City of Seattle where he manages and maintains more than 3,000 artworks in the Portable Works Collection and assists in curating exhibits of the growing collection.  Blake received his degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.