Hi Fructose art show at Seattle's Roq La Rue gallery

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 -O53Mkpxshw4 Txpvq9Wopji Aaaaaaaaewu Lpdslb46Kac S1600 Preparefortheunknownenemyinthefuture-1 Tonight in Seattle, our friends at Roq La Rue Gallery and Hi Fructose Magazine unveil the Hi Fructose Group Show Invitational. The preview is online and it's quite a stellar glimpse into the contemporary underground/low-brow/pop surrealist scene. Participating artists include: Al Columbia, Aron Wiesenfeld, Chris Berens, Dalek/James Marshall, Bob Dob, Eric Fortune, Femke Hiemstra, Harma Heikens, Jason D'Aquino, Jeremy Geddes, Kazuki Takamatsu, Martin Wittfooth, Michael Page, Rob Sato, Robert Hardgrave, Scott Hove, Tim Biskup, Travis Lampe, Nicola Verlato, and Sylvia Ji. Above, Jeremy Geddes's "Adrift" (oil on board, 29.5" x 29.5"). At left, Kazuki Takamatsu's "Prepare For The Future Unknown Enemy" (acrylic gouache on tarpaulin, 64" x 64"). Hi Fructose Group Show Invitational


  1. “Prepare For The Future Unknown Enemy” looks very much like a depth map render from a 3D program. Is that part of the technique?

    1. From the website linked:

      > Kazuki Takamatsu “Prepare For The Unknown Future Enemy” mixed media, acrylic on canvas

    2. Hi Fructose #16 had an interview with the artist that went into how the paintings were done. If I recall correctly, the artist now uses a computer to determine the depth map effect and then paints it on canvas.

      I wish I could see this show in person.

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