Here’s an awesome carousel we wish we could ride. In fact, we wish it was located behind our offices so we could go ride it before work and on lunchbreaks and between meetings and also during meetings and after work. Even if it required a snorkel and risked occasional bruising by wayward tentacles it would be totally worthwhile.
This painting, entitled Carousel, was created by artist Josh Keyes (previously featured here) for an upcoming solo exhibition here in Seattle at the Roq La Rue Gallery. Entitled The Circus and The Sea, the show is running concurrently with New Songs for The Standard Model, a solo exhibition by Seattle-based artist John Brophy.
Both shows open on Friday, November 9, 2012 and will be on display through Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle.
Head over to Laughing Squid to view more wonderful new paintings by both Josh Keyes and John Brophy.

Here’s an awesome carousel we wish we could ride. In fact, we wish it was located behind our offices so we could go ride it before work and on lunchbreaks and between meetings and also during meetings and after work. Even if it required a snorkel and risked occasional bruising by wayward tentacles it would be totally worthwhile.

This painting, entitled Carousel, was created by artist Josh Keyes (previously featured here) for an upcoming solo exhibition here in Seattle at the Roq La Rue Gallery. Entitled The Circus and The Sea, the show is running concurrently with New Songs for The Standard Model, a solo exhibition by Seattle-based artist John Brophy.

Both shows open on Friday, November 9, 2012 and will be on display through Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle.

Head over to Laughing Squid to view more wonderful new paintings by both Josh Keyes and John Brophy.

Source Laughing Squid