SEATTLE WASHINGTON<br />886.405.4485
April 3- 26, 2014


In Steel












Read the exhibition catalog for this show, free and online!

Click this link, or the image above, to browse the catalog.

Opening Reception,

First Thursday, April 3rd, 6-8pm

April means spring fever, and the desire to get outdoors. Why not bring your fine art with you? The steel sculptures of Barry Herem (Non-Indigenous) can take it! Free-standing, hung on a wall, or mounted as gates, Herem's corten steel works can stand up to tough winters and dry summers, all while continuing to develop rich patinas. Herem creates steel sculptures that are inspired by the formline design of the Northwest Coast cultures, and by his extensive canoe travels around the Northwest. Using traditional shapes in innovative ways, his sculpture captures the tension and motion inherent in the best formline design.     



"New Totem" in Corten Steel

"Improv" in Powder Coated Steel

April 6, 2014




Barry Herem

Sunday, April 6th, 2pm - FREE

Join us to see a slideshow lecture by artist Barry Herem (Non-Indigenous) on his current works, inspirations and recent travels around the Northwest Coast.







SEA-TAC Airport Display, North Satellite




Flying in or out of Seattle?

Make your airport stay a little more beautiful! Take the underground tram to the North Satellite (N Gates) and spend some time with our artists.




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