Seemingly descending from above, Drew stages a traditionally beautiful figure in an unconventional position: upside down. Beside CYRCLE’s message of hope from struggle, a heavy heart accompanies this piece as the figure’s gaze and reach extend towards Joram Roukes’ figure to the South.
Owned by the Frye Museum and managed by Nitze-Stagen, this building houses Gensco and the Goodwill Seattle Outlet.
Drew Merritt is a figurative oil painter and muralist living in Los Angeles by way of rural New Mexico. Known for his mastery of realism, he expertly captures the human form on a massive scale using spray cans. Drawing inspiration from renaissance painters, Drew brings a unique, reimagined twist to a familiar style with painting figures of today in contemporary mediums and settings.