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    thanksy:

Greeting cards by Nikki McClure by Print Pinball, on Flickr

    thanksy:

    Greeting cards by Nikki McClure by Print Pinball, on Flickr

     
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    vintagemusemodernviews:

Cooking the Perfect Day 
How to Cook the Perfect Day, written and illustrated by Nikki McClure, publ. by Sasquatch Books, 2010
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    vintagemusemodernviews:

    Cooking the Perfect Day 

    How to Cook the Perfect Day, written and illustrated by Nikki McClure, publ. by Sasquatch Books, 2010

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    airplanearms:

    I got three art prints today with my store credit. I’m in love with them.   

     
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    buffoonery:

Bellevue Arts Museum has good exhibitions on view now:
Nikki McClure career retrospective. I love her super-precise papercuts and how they show motion. There’s a ton of her work and it’s neat to see how it’s improved yet kept the same themes and style. Her 2013 calendar is available in the gift shop. This is the artist I went to see.
Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art. I had no idea this was its own fine art form. Pictures don’t do it justice, and seeing all of the works together helped me understand the subtle differences in styles, materials and themes. There are many more shapes than the baskets on their website. Very cool!
BAM Biennial. The theme is art made in any type of fiber, fabric, cardboard, etc. I found it chaotic and difficult to jump between the mindsets of so many artists and mediums. But, I did find some beautiful and powerful pieces.
* Bonus! The gift shop is rad. They have some cool christmas ornaments, artsy  christmas/greeting cards and other neat tchotkes.
This was our first visit to BAM and I was impressed with the building’s architecture. It’s sandwiched sort of between the mall and Lincoln Square. A nice cultural escape in the middle of downtown Bellevue.

    buffoonery:

    Bellevue Arts Museum has good exhibitions on view now:

    1. Nikki McClure career retrospective. I love her super-precise papercuts and how they show motion. There’s a ton of her work and it’s neat to see how it’s improved yet kept the same themes and style. Her 2013 calendar is available in the gift shop. This is the artist I went to see.
    2. Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art. I had no idea this was its own fine art form. Pictures don’t do it justice, and seeing all of the works together helped me understand the subtle differences in styles, materials and themes. There are many more shapes than the baskets on their website. Very cool!
    3. BAM Biennial. The theme is art made in any type of fiber, fabric, cardboard, etc. I found it chaotic and difficult to jump between the mindsets of so many artists and mediums. But, I did find some beautiful and powerful pieces.
    4. * Bonus! The gift shop is rad. They have some cool christmas ornaments, artsy  christmas/greeting cards and other neat tchotkes.

    This was our first visit to BAM and I was impressed with the building’s architecture. It’s sandwiched sort of between the mall and Lincoln Square. A nice cultural escape in the middle of downtown Bellevue.

     
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    lemonlove:

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This is art by Nikki McClure.
I JUST REGISTERED TO TAKE A PAPER CUTTING CLASS FROM HER.
FREAKIN. PAPER CUTTING MAN.
YOU GUYS I’M SO EXCITED

    lemonlove:

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    This is art by Nikki McClure.

    I JUST REGISTERED TO TAKE A PAPER CUTTING CLASS FROM HER.

    FREAKIN. PAPER CUTTING MAN.

    YOU GUYS I’M SO EXCITED

     
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    oldblogggggggggggg:

Nikki McClure again

    oldblogggggggggggg:

    Nikki McClure again

     
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    oldblogggggggggggg:

One of my favorite posters in my room

    oldblogggggggggggg:

    One of my favorite posters in my room

     
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    benikon2k:

seal, nikki mcclure

    benikon2k:

    seal, nikki mcclure

     
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    carrierpigeonpostale:

Sent to the Netherlands
on 15 October 2012
I really love this set of postcards. (“Take Care”, art by Nikki McClure, published by Chronicle Books)

    carrierpigeonpostale:

    Sent to the Netherlands

    on 15 October 2012

    I really love this set of postcards. (“Take Care”, art by Nikki McClure, published by Chronicle Books)

     
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    solarscallop:

We Are Starlight, Nikki McClure, Olympia Washington paper artist

    solarscallop:

    We Are Starlight, Nikki McClure, Olympia Washington paper artist

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    imnotpanicking:

gravity
art by nikki mcclure

    imnotpanicking:

    gravity

    art by nikki mcclure