Here’s To The Future – The Seattle Times

August 1, 2017

Click below to read a review of our current exhibit, Here’s to the Future, by Michael Upchurch, special to The Seattle Times. In print: Friday, August 4, 2017

Review: Eye-catching ‘Here’s to the Future’ takes skeptical look ahead  –  Artists in G. Gibson Gallery group show toast future with a double-edged slant.

Julie Blackmon, Fake Weather, 2017, 26 x 33 inches, edition of 10, price on request

Julie Blackmon, Fake Weather, 2017, 26 x 33 inches, edition of 10, price on request

Matt Sellars, Put your ear to rails and listen for the hum, but for the chaos of man, 2017, maple , poplar, stain, audio + video installation, 116 x 67 x 34 inches, $6000.

Matt Sellars, Put your ear to rails and listen for the hum, but for the chaos of man, 2017, maple , poplar, stain, audio + video installation, 116 x 67 x 34 inches, $6000.

Samantha Scherer, Huddled Cars and Planes, 2016, graphite on paper, 8 x 8 inches, framed, $850.

Samantha Scherer, Huddled Cars and Planes, 2016, graphite on paper, 8 x 8 inches, framed, $850.

Michael Kluckner, Two Solitudes, 2015, oil on canvas, 48 x 36 inches, $5500.

Michael Kluckner, Two Solitudes, 2015, oil on canvas, 48 x 36 inches, $5500.

Linda Davidson, Everyday Sky 11 (Conjured by a City Dweller), 2017, oil and wax on linen on panel, 60 x 48 inches, $5500.

Linda Davidson, Everyday Sky 11 (Conjured by a City Dweller), 2017, oil and wax on linen on panel, 60 x 48 inches, $5500.