Anne Todd

  • Seattle

    Seattle galleries are not closing in August, but will, in fact, be especially interesting.

    The Henry Gallery on the University of Washington Campus: The 69 painters, sculptors and printmakers in the 13th Annual Summer Invitational for artists of Washington State, were chosen by a committee of invitation made up of Harold Balazz, sculptor of Spokane, Larry Bakke, painter from Everett, and Fred Anderson and Neil Meitzler, painters of Seattle. The show opened June 24 and will hang into September. Its dominant characteristic is a poised resolution, an equanimity so unlooked for as a contemporary

  • Seattle

    The Fine Arts Pavilion of the World’s Fair has turned out to be THE dominant fact of Seattle’s art life since the Fair opened April 21. Massive attention directed toward it has given the city’s permanent museums and galleries an unexpected lull instead of increased attendance. (This same lull affects restaurants, theaters, movie houses and night clubs not on the Fair grounds. Long faces brighten, however, at the thought that so far, the Fair’s turnstiles have been clicked mostly by local people, and summer visitors may provide more action for the rest of the city than it has seen during the