Askew: Pushing the Boundaries of Realism

Anemone by Larkin

Realism is making a comeback. After a few years of lying low, representational art is back with a vengeance. Artists are creating figurative work with passion and finesse, and now they’re adding their own unique twists. In a fitting gesture for these tumultuous times, the artists that were chosen for “Askew” create intense, layered imagery that challenges our perceptions of “normal” and makes us think twice about what’s real and what’s not. The work is sometimes dramatic and sometimes subtle, but it’s always well crafted and wonderful. “Askew” is curated by Seattle artists, Chris Sheridan and Kate Protage.