An event every week that begins at 12:00pm on Friday and Saturday, repeating until November 28, 2020
Award winning Portland artist Jesse Reno has been painting for 21 years He brings to Seattle his contemporary primitive abstract narrative style in a series that will surely delight and please viewers. He says the following about this exhibit:
like everything in life, a throne is what you make it. we are taught to dream of a day where we relax like retired kings — rare even for those who strive for greatness within themselves. The true throne — the place you wish for — is uninterrupted. a place in your life where you are satisfied — your accomplishments leaving you full.
the throne is creating in a way that is both driven and relaxed, allowing finish to arrive. personal satisfaction is the reward. standing, sitting, observing when i am imagining the throne. i still dream of it even though i have little use for it.
Visit website for a First Thursday’s Virtual Tour Art Walk of the exhibit, a conversation with Jesse, and more artist’s information on the website’s blog.
Gallery will be open 12-5 pm Fridays and Saturdays in October and November.
Lynn Hanson Gallery at 312 S. Washington, Pioneer Square, Seattle