Faces and Limbs

Faces and Limbs II

Faces and Limbs II

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Gallery Hours

Tuesday – Friday 12pm – 5pm

…and by appointment.

Join US for 3rd Thursday Open Galleries at Seattle Design Center

September 19th 6pm – 9pm

October 17th 6pm – 9pm

November 21st 6pm – 9pm

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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.

6.

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.

13. Printing

a. A typeface or range of typefaces.

b. The raised printing surface of a piece of type.

limb1 (lɪm) 

n.

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.

v.t.

5. to cut the limbs from (a felled tree).

6. to dismember.

Idioms:

out on a limb, in a risky or vulnerable situation.

[before 900; Middle English, Old English lim]

limb′less, adj.

limb2 (lɪm)

n.

the graduated edge of a quadrant or similar instrument.

[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin limbus; see limbus, limbo1]

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Gallery [context is pleased to announce Participating Artists for the “Faces and Limbs” Fine Art Exhibition:

Anette Lusher

Anka Kasche Pritchard

Anna-Maria Vag

Christine Devine

Coral DeWilliam Studer

Cynthia Freese

Deanne Belinoff

Denny Croston

Don Haggerty

Dorothy McGuinness

Endearment Israel

Jeanne Marie Ferraro

Jeppa K. Hall

Kate Vrijmoet

Ken Vensel

Lenoard Whitfield

Native Stone Concrete

Robin Stacy Richardson

Sarah Goodman

Susan G. Holland

Tinker Moss

Zalman Berkowitz

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