Harris, Haskell, Isaacson

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Sun, May 6, 1990 through Fri, Jun 8, 1990

As artists of the 1990s, Alfred Harris, Mike Hascall and Jody Isaacson have inherited the vast repertoire of nature - like the activities of the human figure - as a primary resource. However, they are not scenic or landscape artists in the traditional sense. For example, in their art, the viewer does not obtain any panoramic view of Seattle or the Northwest. Informed by 20th century art, they employ fragments of nature.

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