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Join US for 3rd Thursday Open Galleries at Seattle Design Center
September 19th 6pm – 9pm
October 17th 6pm – 9pm
November 21st 6pm – 9pm
|facen.1.a. The surface of the front of the head from the top of the forehead to the base of the chin and from ear to ear.b. A person: We saw many new faces on the first day of classes.2. A person’s countenance: a happy face.3. A contorted facial expression; a grimace: made a face at the prospect of eating lemons.
4. Facial cosmetics: put one’s face on.
5. Outward appearance: the modern face of the city.
a. Value or standing in the eyes of others; prestige: lose face.
b. Self-assurance; confidence: The team managed to maintain a firm face even in times of great adversity.
7. Effrontery; impudence: had the face to question my judgment.
8. The most significant or prominent surface of an object, especially:
a. The surface presented to view; the front.
b. A façade.
c. Outer surface: the face of the earth.
d. A marked side: the face of a clock; the face of a playing card.
e. The right side, as of fabric.
f. An exposed, often precipitous surface of rock.
9. A planar surface of a geometric solid.
10. Any of the surfaces of a rock or crystal.
11. The end, as of a mine or tunnel, at which work is advancing.
12. The appearance and geologic surface features of an area of land; topography.
a. A typeface or range of typefaces.
b. The raised printing surface of a piece of type.
1. one of the paired bodily appendages of animals, used esp. for moving or grasping; a leg, arm, or wing.
2. a large or main branch of a tree.
3. a projecting part or member: the four limbs of a cross.
4. a person or thing regarded as a part, member, branch, offshoot, or scion of something.
5. to cut the limbs from (a felled tree).
6. to dismember.
out on a limb, in a risky or vulnerable situation.
[before 900; Middle English, Old English lim]
the graduated edge of a quadrant or similar instrument.
Gallery [context is pleased to announce Participating Artists for the “Faces and Limbs” Fine Art Exhibition:
Anka Kasche Pritchard
Coral DeWilliam Studer
Jeanne Marie Ferraro
Jeppa K. Hall
Native Stone Concrete
Robin Stacy Richardson
Susan G. Holland