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Parallel Frequencies: Seattle

exhibition dates: june 4 - 27, 2015  
preview opening: wednesday, june 3, 5-8pm
first thursday artwalk: june 4, 5-8pm
Traver Gallery is pleased to present Parallel Frequencies: Seattle.   
The six artists in this important exhibition were accepted for the 2014 John H.Hauberg Fellowship held at the Pilchuck Glass School; a residency which promotes research, development and collaboration among a group of outstanding artists. Pilchuck founders, John H. Hauberg, Anne Gould Hauberg and Dale Chihuly's educational philosophy of "artists teaching artists" is at the core of this program; encouraging group members to provide technical support to each other while exploring progressive methods of working.  
This exhibition, by the 2014 Fellows, addresses the concept of micro and macro systems by asking each artist to interpret the theme from their own unique point of view. Robin Cass explores her botanical form series while infusing new scientific and diagrammatic tools; Kait Rhoads changes the scale of patterns and connective matrices that exist in nature in order to change one's focus of attention; Amie McNeel investigates nature; looking at the sequence, layering and progression of growth patterns; Rachel Moore continues her examination of macro and micro through the kiln cast works that engage history and memory within a specific community; Jackie Pancari uses systems and science to examine the natural phenomena of the glass material, and Norwood Viviano employs technology, architecture and scale to further understand change in landscape and community over time.  
Several of the artists will be present for the Wednesday Preview Opening. We hope you will join us to meet them and celebrate this exciting and experimental work.  


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