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In the words of Allen Forrest, “painting is a cross between a crap shoot, finding your way out of the woods, and performing magic.”  Find his work, including "Port of Seattle #1," at http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/seattle-blues-paintings

In the words of Allen Forrest, “painting is a cross between a crap shoot, finding your way out of the woods, and performing magic.” Find his work, including "Port of Seattle #1," at http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/seattle-blues-paintings

Allen Forrest's "Fifth Avenue and Pike Street #2." Ink on watercolor, 2012. See the rest of 'Seattle Blues' at http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/seattle-blues-paintings

Allen Forrest's "Fifth Avenue and Pike Street #2." Ink on watercolor, 2012. See the rest of 'Seattle Blues' at http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/seattle-blues-paintings

. . . sculpted ice boat photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue US  #Art_installation #Photography #Fashion

lamorbidezza: “The sculpted ice boat photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue US ”

"Early Morning, France," pastel over oil painting by Maria Raffaele-Vergori, appears in the ARTerrain section of Issue 1 on http://terrain.org/. View the entire gallery and the artist's commentary here: http://www.terrain.org/arterrain/1/gallery.htm

Paintings and Drawings by Maria Raffaele-Vergori

"Now You See," from Kate Protage's collection of oil paintings, Urban Slice. The entire gallery is online in ARTerrain Issue 32: http://terrain.org/2013/arterrain/kate-protage-urban-slice

"Now You See," from Kate Protage's collection of oil paintings, Urban Slice. The entire gallery is online in ARTerrain Issue 32: http://terrain.org/2013/arterrain/kate-protage-urban-slice

"Denied Your Heaven," (Ennis, MT). Nance Van Winckel considers the abandoned urban landscape a type of frontier for graffiti artists. Her photo gallery is available online in ARTerrain: http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/western-facades

"Denied Your Heaven," (Ennis, MT). Nance Van Winckel considers the abandoned urban landscape a type of frontier for graffiti artists. Her photo gallery is available online in ARTerrain: http://terrain.org/2014/arterrain/western-facades

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