"Blank Stare" Alex Achaval Solo Exhibition With Live Performances By Tbasa And Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band

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"Blank Stare" Alex Achaval Solo Exhibition With Live Performances By Tbasa And Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band
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Alex Achaval's work touches on overlapping themes by incorporating abstraction and surrealism into large painted collages that combine disjointed elements. He works in developing forms that do not follow logical criteria, but are based only on subjective associations and formal parallels which incite the viewer to draw their own conclusions.

"I simply love to paint and create something that will live forever, and that something is usually pretty bizarre."

This is also the closing reception for Jeremy Kronbach.

Jeremy Kronbach’s body of work serves as a reflection of travel, echoing the idea of place. Sometimes, his paintings suggest a physical location, other times compositions emerge from memories associated with the idea of a former home. Inspired by West Coast abstract expressionists such as Richard Diebonkorn and Raimonds Staprans, Jeremy uses abstraction to process the difficulty of returning to the places he used to inhabit while attempting to connect the duality of past and present.

The show features live performances by TBASA as well as Ethan J. Perry & The Remedy Band.

Ethan J Perry & The Remedy Band describe their music as Americana Indie Technicolor Jazz. Jaimie Hawkins, an independent music reviewer, said of their music, ” [it's like] riding a horse through a desert in space.” And Rachael Perrell of the Levee Breaking writes, ”it’s honest… It’s the super long drive home to visit, remembering the dog you grew up with, and maybe even quietly missing a long put out relationship.”

"Tim Basaraba is weird-o-rama. As the goggled TBASA, "I usually cover Bell Biv Devoe, Nirvana, Paula Abdul and the Pixieswith my own special flair." BBD's "Poison" on acoustic guitar is a special treat. He was Idaho-weird long before Napoleon Dynamite, and that's good for Seattle.”
— Tom Scanlon, Seattle Times

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