An Oregon-based educator and artist inspires her students to find beauty in everything.
A Seattle-based painter captures 1930s Seattle, Japanese Internment, grief, loss, and recovery—all with his brush.
A painter challenges the traditional approach to classical painting through vice, intimacy, and the quotidian.
A Bay Area-based educator inspired students to look harder, ask deeper questions, and to take a stand.
A Los Angeles-based painter’s ripples in time on canvas immerse his viewers in another world.
Paintings for the end of the world made in the middle of nowhere.
A Portland-based artist layers personal narratives in whimsical sculptures.
A Port Townsend-based painter ponders the simultaneity of life and death in her portraits of stumps.
Over the next few weeks, the VW team is looking back and highlighting some of our favorite pieces.
Through an activist lens, a photographer makes lesbian sexuality visible, allowing others to imagine new futures for themselves.