Drawing God From Direct Observation

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Hedreen Gallery says
Equal parts art history lesson, motivational sermon, and experiential divine observatory, Drawing God from Direct Observation is a multimedia meditation on the formal considerations of rendering mystical experiences in visual art.

The exhibition will come to life in a performative lecture on Sunday, February 22.

Emily Ann Pothast is a visual artist, musician, and writer based in Seattle, WA. She is the frontwoman of the band Midday Veil, half of the installation/performance duo Hair and Space Museum and the founder of the record label and blog Translinguistic Other. Pothast studied psychology, philosophy, and art history in Texas before receiving an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Washington in 2005. She has performed and exhibited at a number of regional and national venues including Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, University of Washington’s Henry Art Gallery, and Family Business Gallery in New York.

OPENING RECEPTION:
Feb. 22, 6 - 8 pm
Performance begins at 7 pm sharp
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By: Hedreen Gallery

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