SOIL Gallery

SOIL in the Press

2013
2013 Round Up – Abstraction’s Re-invention. Article by Brett Baker. Abstract Critical, December 28, 2013.
Pairings: Pioneer Square Art Walk, December 2013 Article by Claire Reiner. Vanguard Seattle, December 17, 2013.
Sex, Death and Nuance. Article by Amanda Manitach. City Arts Blog, October 8, 2013.
Genuine Nature: Q+A with Allyce Wood. Article by Erin Langner. New American Paintings, June 27, 2013
Into the Woods. Article by Elissa Favero. Art Nerd Seattle, June 27, 2013
Allyce Wood’s Breakthrough Show. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, June 14, 2013
2012
Chew on this: strange art about teeth. Article by Michael Upchurch. The Seattle Times, October 14, 2012.
Luscious Darkness: Ellen Ziegler’s Body Double. Article by Erin Langner. New American Paintings, October 2012.
Ellen Ziegler. Article by Liz McDonald. The Monarch Review, October 2012.
Pioneer Square Gallery Guide: October 2012. Article by T.S. Flock. Vanguard Seattle, October 2012.
The Stranger Suggests: “Teeth”. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, Vol 22, No 5, October 2012.
First Thursday Art Walk. Flavorpill, October 2012.
The Conversation: Gretchen Bennett and Matthew Offenbacher. New American Paintings, July 2012.
I Love What You’ve Done with Your Spaceship! Matthew Offenbacher Improves the Lives of Astronauts (and Others) at SOIL. The Stranger, August 2012.
2011
Two Seattle Artists Flagged by Safety Watchdog. The Stranger’s SLOG, November 2011.
Material Worlds: Nola Avienne’s 11.11.11.11 New American Paintings, November 2011.
Letting Go of the Weight: Painting At SOIL, Seattle. New American Paintings, March 2011.
The Fussy Eye: Smiles per Gallon. Article by Brian Miller. Seattle Weekly, January 2011.
The Stranger Recommends: Transvalue. Visual Art Calendar, The Stranger, January 2011.
2010
Currently Hanging: ‘Vs. the Matador’. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger’s SLOG, December 2010.
The Stranger Suggests: ‘Vs. the Matador’. The Stranger’s SLOG, December 2010.
Last Night’s ArtWalk Was Great. Tomorrow Looks Good For Art Too. The Stranger’s SLOG, December 2010.
Encore: Vs. The Matador. Joey Veltkamp’s. Best Of, December 2010.
Soil’s Pop-Up Gift Shop Suggestions. Daily Candy, December 2010.
Joey Veltkamp’s Guide to First Thursday Art Walk: December. CityArts, December 2010.
Timea Tihanyi. Article by Brian Miller. Seattle Weekly, December 2010.
Julie Alpert’s Little Paintings. Getting To Know You Better, November 2010.
Repercussions: Tides & Time. Article by Brian Miller. Seattle Weekly, October 2010.
So Much Local Art It Hurts: Fourteen–14!–Shows (#4 and #9). Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger’s SLOG, September 2010
Xanadu: A Stately Pleasure Dome. Article by Brian Miller. Seattle Weekly, August 2010.
Xanadu: Kissed by a Muse (A Fragment). Article by Erin Shafkind. CityArts, July 2010.
Joey Veltkamp’s Guide to First Thursday Art Walk: August. CityArts, December 2010.
Art Walk Awards: Digging Derrick. CityArts, July 2010.
Currently Giving Her Show Away: Chauney Peck. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger’s SLOG, April 2010.
Spotlight: Bang, Universe, Everything. CityArts, April 2010
Last Resort: The Disturbing, Rich Banality of Tourist Pictures. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, March 2010.
The Fussy Eye: Portable Planters–Greenery in a low-tech pod. Article by Brian Miller. Seattle Weekly, February 2010.
Last chance–Nicholas Nyland’s scholar’s rocks. Regina Hackett, Another Bouncing Ball, January 2010.
Julie Alpert’s “Untangledtown” installation at SOIL Gallery. Article by Molly Norris. Examiner.com, January 2010.
2009
The Stranger Suggests: Jennifer Zwick. The Stranger, December 2009.
Currently Hanging. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger’s SLOG, October 2009.
Seattle exhibits worth seeing, closing Saturday: Land(s)cape at Soil. Featuring Julie Albert, Lise Graham and Cable Griffith. Another Bouncing Ball, August 2009.
Last Night: A Look at First Thursday. Seattle Weekly, February 2009.
2008
Don’t Forget ArtWalk. The Stranger’s SLOG, November 2008.
Blocked and Untagged. Article by Adriana Grant. Seattle Weekly, July 2008.
The Stranger Suggests: Fire Retard Ants at SOIL. The Stranger, January 2008.
Two talented collaborators share a goofy world view — and a fascination with food. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., January 2008.
Skunk Hour’s Awkward Pleasure. Article by Adriana Grant. Seattle Weekly, January 2008.
2007
Diamond Dust, Sea Slug, Wink. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, June 2007.
‘Crud’ artists capture delectable decay. Article by Nate Lippens. Seattle Weekly, June 2007.
Figurative, Charming Images at SOIL: L.A. Stories. Seattle Weekly. January 2007.
2006
Flashes, Flushes, Flows of Noises: Two Artists Charm SOIL with a Fugue. Article by Charles Mudede. The Stranger, December 2006.
‘Malfunction’ has more than a ghost of a chance to be a hit. Article by Nate Lippens. Seattle Weekly, December 2006.
In/Visible: A Weekly Conversation with People in Art: SOIL Goes to Miami. The Stranger, December 2006.
Seduced: The Lying, Cheating Heart of Photography. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, October 2006.
In The Galleries: There’s not a single weed in Soil’s group show. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., October 2006.
Art in the pursuit of Victorian happiness. Article by Gayle Clemans. Special to The Seattle Times, July 2006.
Pleasant Little Lives: A Communal Fantasia of Technicolored Life. Article by Jen Graves. The Stranger, June 2006.
For Vaughn Bell, the art of nature is a portable experience. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., January 2006.
2005
‘Catalog’ artists chart their experiences. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., December 2005.
‘Crime Scene’ investigates noir fantasies. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., November 2005.
Nocturnes. Article by Andrew Engelson. Seattle Weekly, September 2005.
Seeing Green. Article by Andrew Engelson. Seattle Weekly, January 2005.
2004
My Mother My Father. Article by Sandra Kurtz. Seattle Weekly, December 2004.
dk pan: bridging dichotomy. International Examiner, December 2004.
Landscapes, and the terrain of the body. Article by Matthew Kangas. Special to The Seattle Times, October 2004.
Celebrity skin. Seattle Weekly, October 2004.
Soil Collective’s self-portraits are, literally, high art. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., September 2004.
Manufactured World: The Natural Beauty of Inelegant Parts. Article by Emily Hall. The Stranger, March 2004.
Soil exhibit is fertile ground for new forms. Article by Regina Hackett. The Seattle P.I., March 2004.
Phil Roach at SOIL. Article by Sara Krajewski. Artweek, February 2004.
2003
Artist’s peek into the world of the single male outlasts museum. Article by Regina Hackett. Seattle P.I., December 2003.
The Stranger Recommends: PHIL ROACH. Review by Emily Hall. The Stranger, December 2003.
Visual Arts Picks: Nest. Review by Andrew Engelson. The Seattle Weekly, December 2003
Nature becomes artificial in the hands of artists at Soil. Article by Regina Hackett. Seattle P.I., November 2003.
The Stranger Recommends: Ardent Labor. Visual Arts Listings, The Stranger, August 2003.
Recreativity. Article by Raven Avery. The Daily, August 2003.
2002
In words that chill, in a haunted stare – the impact of Sept. 11. Article by Sheila Farr. The Seattle Times, May 2002.
2001
Rethinking what’s beautiful and beastly. Article by Sheila Farr. The Seattle Times, June 2001.
Is any place really private anymore? Artists ponder. Article by Pam Sitt. The Seattle Times, February 2001.
I see you: A disquieting look at the loss of privacy. Seattle Weekly, February 2001.
1998
Rose, Cynthia. “Soil’s Seasonal Show.” The Seattle Times, December 10, 1998.
1996
Pulp Culture. The Daily, October 1996.