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Through July 31: Artists Andrea Trenbeath and James Tucker


Artist James Tucker discussed the show he and Andrea Trenbeath created at Jazzbones with the Tacoma Art Bus in May 2011.

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If you haven't heard of Andrea Trenbeath and James Tucker, you will. Whether you walk by a werewolf growling at you from a wall, or run into some of their planned digital media collaborations, the artistic duo has set out to shake up their own artistic endeavors as well as the Tacoma art scene.

They have also had a show at Jazzbones for several weeks, which will be available for viewing during Art on the Ave July 10. Venture into the revamped upstairs gallery space at Jazzbones to see it. As a special treat at Art on the Ave, Tucker and Trenbeath will work together on a large-scale piece, each starting with the same composition, but each giving it their own unique look - organic vs. robotic - meeting in the middle and connecting their two worlds. After the festival, some of their work will stay on display at Jazzbones throughout July. It seems likely some of their badass werewolf art will be among these pieces. The duo also has tentative plans to do some animation work at Jazzbones, involving framed 42-inch plasma or LCD screens with animations running continuously.

To read Kristin Kendle's feature story on Trenbeath and Tucker, click here.

[Jazzbones, Andrea Trenbeath and James Tucker, through July 31, during club hours, Jazzbones, 2803 Sixth Ave., Tacoma, 253.396.9169]

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