Barbara Earl Thomas | 2018

Barbara Earl Thomas is a Seattle-based visual artist with numerous national exhibits to her credit and an active art-making career for more than 30 years. She is a painter who builds tension through papercuts and prints, placing silhouette figures in social and political landscapes. Thomas recently commissioned work at Yale University's Hopper Collee as well as two major exhibitions, Geography of Innocence, Seattle Art Museum, and packaged Black, a collaboration with New York based artist Derrick Adams at the henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington.
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