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Fen Hsu explores themes of environmentalism and renewal in contemporary paintings referencing myth, wildlife, and favorite Pacific Northwest locations. Gestural forms and magic realism impart an ethereal and philosophic presence to her work. 
For collaborative works with Ted Weinberg and publications, click below:
 Artwork by Ted Weinberg   
 
   Collaborations     Publications 

NEWS and EXHIBITS 

 

August - September, 2023, Northwest Mood, Flying Lion Brewing, Seattle

May 12, 2023, Bellown Art Walk, 6-9pm, free and open to the public, Slip Gallery, at 1st and Bell in Belltown

May 2023,  Fortitude, Slip Gallery, Belltown in Seattle, with artist networking event on May 27

May 2023, Northwest Mood, Parlour Wines Madison Park

April to June 2023, Two for the Road, original landscapes, Bothell Visitor Center

July 2022,  Plein Air Views of Washington, Magnuson Park Gallery

May 2022, Creativity is Ageless, Merrill Gardens, Kirkland, WA 

February 2022, Shorelake Arts, Shoreline Lantern Festival at Uplift Climbing 

January 2022, City of Shelton Civic Center Rotating Art Gallery 

January 2022, Happy New Year and a look back at art in 2021

December 2021, Featured work in The Ecological Citizen

July 2021, Plein Air Views of Washington at Magnuson Park Gallery, Online Exhibit and Drop-in Gallery

April 2021, FromGreentoGrey.com Online Exhibit with print sales to support climate change activism featuring an online 3D gallery experience

April 2021, Wildness, EarthActionInitiative.org Online Exhibit to support soil research and permaculture

February 19, 2020 6-8pm, Lynnwood Convention Center Reception Event for Contemporary Northwest Landscape show, click to see a video about the show on YouTube.

January - June 2020, Lynnwood Convention Center, Contemporary Northwest Landscape group show, Lynnwood, WA

 

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