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Peter Ferguson’s “Prime Meridian” at Roq La Rue.

Opening Thursday, April 2nd at Roq La Rue in Seattle, Washington is Peter Ferguson’s incredible looking solo show, “Prime Meridian.”  Ferguson’s classical, twisted paintings feature unexpected creatures from the far reaches of an intense imagination lit by some otherworldly glow of light in a vast world of the unknown.  The combinations and talents of Ferguson should not be missed, if you’re in Seattle go check the show out.

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Moleskine Project IV at Hashimoto Contemporary.

Opening this Saturday, April 4th, 2015 at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, California is the 4th annual group show, “Moleskine Project IV.”  Curated by artist Rodrigo Luff and Hashimoto owner Ken Harman the show features an absolutely outstanding roster of artists who have all created stunning new works within the pages of a Moleskine notebook.

The artists above are: Stella Im Hultberg, Ryan Lee, Adam Caldwell, Coro, Jaw Cooper, Jeremy Enecio, Reinier Gamboa, DALeast and N.C. Winters.

Continue below to see even more of the epic artworks and if you’re in San Francisco be sure to stop by.

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Hajime Sorayama at Fifty24SF.

Fifty24SF and Upper Playground will be presenting a solo show of famed artist Hajime Sorayama on April 4th, 2015 at Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco, California.  Sorayama is world famous for his erotic paintings of robotic, chrome women with work in the permanent collections of the MOMA, Smithsonian and United States Library of Congress.

This show should not be missed as it’s a rare chance for anyone to see Sorayama’s work up close and in person.  

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The Enigmatic Self Portraits of Erina Matsui

Of all categories of art, my practice has been focused on self-portraits, which can be most primitive and fundamental yet extremely tricky. I have been exploring my own unique way of approaching these propositions.
In the simple processes of painting, this practice has been something like a navigation system for me to find emotions and ideals that I have not yet been aware of. I always find two overlapping perspectives in this process; eyes to observe myself and eyes to see something familiar. 

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