Fay Jones: Las Golondrinas

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Oct 29–Nov 23, 2019, Wednesdays–Sundays & Jan 9–25
James Harris Gallery Pioneer Square (Seattle)
Seattle-based artist Fay Jones—whose work you may recognize from the Westlake Station—speaks in symbols and signs. The characters and figures of her paintings seem to come out of a lovely but strange dream: bunnies floating in the sky, sentient clouds, giant shadows of palettes hovering just above the horizon. In her latest exhibition, Las Golondrinas, Jones is presenting new large-scale works on paper that depict landscapes based on things she observed looking out her bedroom window. Dedicated to the memory of her late husband, artist Robert C. Jones, who passed away in January 2019, Jones explores grief, hope, loss, and joy. by Stranger Staff Writer Jas Keimig

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James Harris Gallery

604 Second Ave Seattle, Washington 98104 Venue website

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