An art show you CANNOT miss! (All for a good cause)

"Venus Hohl Fels", encaustic, Copyright 2009 JonesMoore

Lowell Art Works Presents:

“The Breasts of the Northwest III: Oh-Nine!"

November 21st – December 20th, 2009

at Lowell Art Works in Everett, WA



The time has come 'round again for the draperies to drop, the shirts to be shed, and the double D's to be displayed! Proudly!  Persecution- and prosecution-free!

The Breasts of the Northwest III: Oh-Nine!

I could wax poetic here and sing you the saga of the beleaguered bosom, but I shall leave that to the blogosphere and the media, where the poor dears' tale has endured debate and discussion the likes of few other features of the feminine form. And alas, I do mean only feminine, as apparently these are especially incendiary.

“Revered, underrated, over-covered, decorated, worshipped, resented, cherished, twisted, admired.  They arouse, nurture, aggravate, comfort, inspire.  They cause joy, heartache, backache, desire, obsession, fantasy, bankruptcy, embarrassment, confusion, pride.  They’re controversial.  They’re irresistible.  They’re dangerous and harmless.  They’re constant companions, old friends, and a pain in the ass for tummy sleepers.  Everybody’s born with ‘em, though more than half are destined to remain purely decorative.  To what do I refer, you ask?  I speak, of course, of the incomprehensible breast.”

We shall once again celebrate the focus of our fancies, and this year with extra support (and foam) for the female front! Decaf, half-caf, with whip or without, our own beautiful bits or a buddy's, we will honor the aesthetic so tragically treated and scandalously stifled.


What:    Opening Party for "The Breasts of the Northwest III: Oh-Nine!"

Where:  Lowell Art Works, 5205 S. 2nd Ave., Everett, WA  98203

When:   Saturday, November 21st, 4-9 PM

(Concurrently with the sideshow: 

"Puff: The Art, Allure and Agony of the Smoking Culture")

Text courtesy of Lowell Art Works! Some proceeds from sales go to breast cancer research.



1 comment:

  1. Amazing encaustic - wish I did not live so far away; it's a worthwhile cause.