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Acclaimed Seattle artist sheds light on his work

Artist Dan Corson will talk about his current art show at VALISE Gallery show at 3 p.m. Saturday at the gallery.

The show, “Photonic Sketches: Homage to Burle Marx, Lilian and Frank Gilbreth and Heliopolis,” is on view throughout April.

Corson is a nationally recognized sculptor and public artist who lives in Seattle. He has won eight Public Art Network Year-in-Review National Awards and received a Northwest Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies fellowship in Italy. He was also tapped by Seattle Homes and Lifestyle as one of the top people who define design in Seattle.

To find out more about Corson’s career and work, visit the artist’s website at


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