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Handiedan’s ‘Circulus’ at Roq la Rue

On April 13th, Roq la Rue Gallery in Seattle will debut two new solo shows by a couple of our favorite artists, Lindsey Carr and Handiedan. While inherently different both in style and methodology, the artists' similar vintage-inspired aesthetics harken back to both the naturalist and art nouveau movements in what appears to be a cohesive showing of subdued earth tones and antiquarianism. For 'Circulus,' Handiedan's solo, the Dutch artist continues on her post pin-up collages, adding even more layers of texture, complexity and depth to her suggestive and figurative works. Get a look at recent studio visit we conducted with the artist here, and an in-depth peek at 'Circulus' after the jump.

On April 13th, Roq la Rue Gallery in Seattle will debut two new solo shows by a couple of our favorite artists, Lindsey Carr and Handiedan. While inherently different both in style and methodology, the artists’ similar vintage-inspired aesthetics harken back to both the naturalist and art nouveau movements in what appears to be a cohesive showing of subdued earth tones and antiquarianism. For ‘Circulus,’ Handiedan’s solo, the Dutch artist continues on her post pin-up collages, adding even more layers of texture, complexity and depth to her suggestive and figurative works. Get a look at recent studio visit we conducted with the artist here, and an in-depth peek at ‘Circulus’ below.

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