Collaborating with the Creative Spirit, Still / Galen Garwood Part I In 1983, I completed a series of small paintings on Plexiglas in a reverse, reductive process. These were dark, figurative [...]
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DEAR KALLOS / JOURNAL ENTRY / GALEN GARWOOD / August 29th, 2018 “Kallos, I’ve been wondering about things I can’t quite put my finger on. I suppose, in a way, because I’ve spent [...]
for CHAI Early this morning, before the light arrived, I rose quite early in my little house by the river. As usual, after fixing my coffee, I entered the virtual events of a [...]
The Grand Journey/places and people Greetings Everyone, My journey back to the US took me to many places over a short period of time. I was fortunately able to see many good friends, and in a [...]
The following is a letter I wrote today to the Seattle City Council Members. If these thoughts resonate positively with you, then, please, do share them. These elephants reside in a sanctuary in Thailand, [...]
A BIG REVIEW Dance of Shadows Two weeks ago I caught the opening night of an exhibition by Narongyot Thongyoo, an exceptionally gifted Thai artist, whom I’ve known for about eight years. Like most [...]
Panom and Galen Sawadee Everyone, Many of you, over the years, have heard about Panom and some of you have even met her...perhaps have gone down to the river with her. Recently I pulled out [...]
The other day I came across a slide of a painting I did back in 1985, part of a series of works on plexiglass. Shortly after the series first exhibited at Foster-White in Seattle, I [...]
The Morris Graves Book Project Blog MORRIS GRAVES: His Houses, His Gardens by Richard Svare Our Morris Graves Book Project blog is published in tandem with the official web site, informing interested parties and updating [...]
Greetings from the River, "Where Everything Is Water As Far As He Can See is a collaboration between the artist Galen Garwood and the poet Peter Weltner. Fifteen of Garwood's paintings are reproduced, not as illustrations [...]