Cedar Passage
by artist John Fleming

Thousands of strips were cut from the cedar shingles that once graced a turn-of-the-century Seattle Bungalow. These strips now form a filtering screen wall for the gallery at Kinects. As one passes through this screen wall sculpture, one seems to pass back into time.

Blurring the boundaries between art, architecture and conceptual / environmental projects, John Fleming, a national artist based in Seattle, is profoundly influenced with respect for the natural world. Recycle, Reclaim, Reuse – these are qualities inherent in the materials of his work, letting the natural characteristics speak for themselves and the important stories to tell.