‘The Age of Steam’ at the Arts Festival Gallery in Edmonds
Last updated 5/29/2019 at Noon
The steam engine is the classic symbol of the Industrial Revolution, the fearsome and immensely powerful agent of change that linked coasts, devastated forests and wildlife, and even standardized time.
The bold paintings in the “Age of Steam” exhibit explore the two sides of this critical machine its identity as a giant, mechanical sculpture which we cannot help but admire, and its capacity to forever alter the landscapes and people it encounters.
This collection of paintings by renown Seattle artist Gary Faigin can be seen in the Arts Festival Gallery through June 17.