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Wednesday - March 4, 2015 04:53:55 PM
APSEA Gallery Presents The Absurd & The Inanimate
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The Absurd and The Inanimate: A Solo Exhibit Featuring New Works by Zach Rockstad
Curated by Elizabeth Suman

Opens Thursday 3/12 (6-9pm) at @artprimoseattle 415 E. Pine St. Seattle WA 98122
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Curated by Liz Suman
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Official Press Release;
Seattle, WA, March 2015 —Art Primo Seattle is proud to present The Absurd and the Inanimate, a solo exhibition of new works by Seattle-based artist Zach Rockstad, opening March 12th at Art Primo Seattle (415 E Pine St. | Seattle, WA 98122).

Zach Rockstad is a full-time illustrator, sign painter and muralist, as well as, in the artist’s own words, “a jolly old soul who’s existence is based upon rendering life through familiar imagery.” Known for his thoughtful portraits and cheeky characters, Zach’s style references the “clean lines and typography of sign painting” with a street smart sensibility. When it comes to his work, he is, among other things, “confident with confusion, yet attracted to human imperfections that continue to inspire.”
Zach’s art can be viewed in galleries and on walls throughout Seattle as well as other cities around the country, including Portland and New York City. Recent projects and exhibits include the group show, Never No More at Vermillion in Seattle, and a recent large-scale mural collaboration on the famous Brass Tacks wall in Georgetown with fellow Seattle artist, Joe Nix.

The Absurd and the Inanimate — Zach’s first solo exhibit at Art Primo Seattle — features a collection of 20 never-before-seen illustrations that explore random absurdities along with the artist’s ideas about (and some of the challenges inherent to) religion as a concept.
To view more of Zach’s work, visit: Here





       
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