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Wan Qingli - SAM - Seattle Art Museum. "Rights Infringement" (detail), 2006, Wan Qingli, Chinese, born 1945, ink and color on paper, 54 x 14 in. Image courtesy of the University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong, © Wan Qingli.

Wan Qingli - SAM - Seattle Art Museum. "Rights Infringement" (detail), 2006, Wan Qingli, Chinese, born 1945, ink and color on paper, 54 x 14 in. Image courtesy of the University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong, © Wan Qingli.

Exhibit At Seattle's Henry Art Gallery Invites Visitors To Touch, Take Home Art On Display | KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

Exhibit At Seattle's Henry Art Gallery Invites Visitors To Touch, Take Home Art On Display | KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

I miss seeing Lincoln's Toe Truck when I'd get off the freeway going into town.

Quid pro toe: Truck, Bon signs to get a new life at MOHAI

I miss seeing Lincoln's Toe Truck when I'd get off the freeway going into town.

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Giant Luger. Charles Krafft is a painter from Seattle. In the early 1990s, Krafft began a series of natural and socio-political disasters painted on found china plates called Disasterware™. In 1995, Krafft traveled to war-ravaged Bosnia. Moved by the plight of the besieged residents of Sarajevo, he created an arsenal of Delft weaponry.

Giant Luger. Charles Krafft is a painter from Seattle. In the early 1990s, Krafft began a series of natural and socio-political disasters painted on found china plates called Disasterware™. In 1995, Krafft traveled to war-ravaged Bosnia. Moved by the plight of the besieged residents of Sarajevo, he created an arsenal of Delft weaponry.

Painting to Hammer a Nail

Painting to Hammer a Nail

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