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Conversation with a Lake
paintings and other works inspired by a Morris Graves' Foundation residency

During the month of April, Stephen Rock presents select work
inspired by a 2005 Morris Graves Foundation residency at The Lake in
Northern California. Rock was given access to the property, studio and
artist's library of the late Morris Graves. During the stay he explored
themes dealing with a retreat from technology and how that effects our
world view, our relationship with nature and the change of pace when
disengaged from a modern lifestyle. The work presented is from 2 of 7
suites the artist developed: Suite II, The 6 stages of not being Morris
(watercolors on handmade paper) and Suite VI, Simple observations
in nature
(sumi ink on rice paper).

In conjunction with this exhibit, the Jeffrey Moose Gallery willl be exhibiting
Suite IV: Meditation on Simplicity
(scrolls, sumi ink and dried pigments on rice paper)
in the Rainier Tower Mezzanine at 1301 Fifth Avenue, Seattle.
March 28th - June 30th

For more information or press pictures, please contact Stephen at 206.935.5788 or for
information regarding the Rainier Tower Mezzanine seen above
contact Jeffrey Moose Gallery at 206.467.6951

New shows open on every First Thursday of the month.
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306 S. Washington St., Studio #104 in Seattle's Pioneer Square