Kirkland Arts Center hosts ‘heads’ exhibit

Internationally renowned artist Scott Fife is one of the 14 artists included in the “Heads (dis)Embodied” exhibit on display at the Kirkland Arts Center now through July 3.

  • Wednesday, May 21, 2008 12:00am
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The Kirkland Arts Center hosted a private party at a waterfront home in Kirkland’s West of Market neighborhood on May 2 to feature seven sculptures by internationally renowned artist Scott Fife (of the Platform Gallery).

Internationally renowned artist Scott Fife is one of the 14 artists included in the “Heads (dis)Embodied” exhibit on display at the Kirkland Arts Center now through July 3.

The exhibition highlights how the artists collectively utilize the head to address and embody issues, such as race, death, age, popular culture and self-identity. The artists’ choice of materials – ceramics, wood, cardboard and glass – are as varied as their concepts.

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