Zinc Contemporary | Gene Gentry McMahon Water Watcher
ZINC contemporary exhibits the work of contemporary artists from the PNW and beyond with two gallery locations in the Seattle area.
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McMahon WaterWatcher Cropped
Water Watcher by Gene Gentry McMahon 
36 x 30″ oil and charcoal on canvas unframed
$5500

Gene Gentry McMahon

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Gene Gentry McMahon

On her work and process – “My work is informed and fueled by the evolving cultural, social and political milieu of our times: by cultural manners and mores, often with a specific interest in fashion, costuming and masking, and in how we choose to ‘present’ ourselves. Most recently, my focus has expanded to include a passionate interest in, and concern for the physical world of our present environment: the environment resulting from the manners, mores and politics of our culture.” – Gene Gentry McMahon