Photograph by Benjamin Benschneider/OTTO

Companion Species Calling Companion Species at Greg Kucera Gallery through 23 October

I’m delighted to announce Companion Species Calling Companion Species, my fourth solo exhibition at Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle. Along with a bunch of brand-new work, I’m showing Companion Species: Underbelly, a 3,800 lb. sculpture of laminated cedar the studio made for an exhibition of the same name curated this summer by Ryan Hardesty for the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State in Pullman, and realized through funding provided in part by the Samuel H. and Patricia W. Smith Endowment and members of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and from The Ford Family Foundation and the Oregon Arts Commission.

The wolf looks great at Greg’s, and they tell me she smells good, too; but after spending much of the spring carving her I can’t smell cedar anymore.

The show opened yesterday, and I will be in Seattle for the opening reception on Thursday, 04 October from 6–8pm, and for an artist talk the following Saturday (the 6th) at noon. I hope you’ll all come out and say hello.