THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / JUNE 17, 2001

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Auto Portrait (Red), 1/2 of T Totter, 1998, courtesy of Grand Image.
Now & Then: A Cut Above
WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
Cover Story: Absurdities and Profundities
 
WRITTEN BY SHEILA FARR

Local painter James Martin has traveled in distinguished artistic company, yet remains relatively unknown. But in his not-to-be-missed work, black humor and a quirky cast of characters elevate the messy and the crazy parts of life to the level of pure art.
Plant Life: Saving Yourself
 
WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
ILLUSTRATED BY SUSAN JOUFLAS

Take the pain out of maintenance and leave time for relaxing in your garden.
Taste: Comfort That Works
 
WRITTEN BY CATHERINE ALLCHIN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

The trend in modern kitchens is for form to fit function, in hardware, kitchen workspaces and furniture design.
Northwest Living: Collected Inspiration
 
WRITTEN BY JENNIFER DIRKS
PHOTOGRAPHED BY TOM REESE

A Pioneer Square loft is a packrat artist's dream home - for his collectibles.
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