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    Sci Fi Art At Seattle Gallery

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    This Friday, a mind-blowing fantasy and science fiction art show opens at Seattle's Roq La Rue Gallery.

    http://www.boingboing.net/2007/04/10...tion_and_.html

    Artists: Matt Wilson, Wayne Barlowe, James Gurney, H.R. Giger, Charles Vess, John Brophy, Terese Neilsen, Kinuko Y Craft, Vincent Di Fate, Vince Natale, Don Maitz, Gregory Manchess, Jeremy Bennett, Brian Despain, Ezra Tucker, Brom, Mark Garro, Stephen Hickman, Chet Zar, James Warhola, Kirk Reinert, Basil Gogos, Donato Giancola, Miles Teves, Bob Eggleton, Omar Rayyan, Joe DeVito, Tristan Elwell, Gabe Marquez, John Jude Palencar, Constantine


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    Wow, that's an amazing lineup. I'd love to see that show.



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    yeah, me too. Seeing some high fantasy art in a gallery would certainly be refreshing.

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    Woah, Gurney and Giger... Go see it, you poor devils. Gurney's Dinotopia was the first piece of art that made me want to paint instead of draw. Holy moly, wish I'd be there.

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    Unfortunately, I won't be in this after all. Not that I'll be missed in that company .

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    You're killin' me, man! You're killin' me! I wish there was a way I could possibly go see this. Seeing Barlowe's "Arrowtongue" piece in person would be so incredible. Damn! Why can't this show run all through the summer, since I'm going to head up there in June or July?

    To anyone who does go see this show, be sure to also go to the Science Fiction Museum over at the EMP. Unless you think that seeing the original "Alien" egg, facehugger, and alien queen isn't cool.

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    Unfortunately, I won't be in this after all. Not that I'll be missed in that company .

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