Painter Norman Lundin has long been a fixture on the Seattle art scene. Highly influential as a teacher at the University of Washington for nearly 40 years, he is also a nationally recognized artist, with shows in many galleries and museums. Now he has added one more title to his resume - guest curator. Several years ago, the Frye Museum invited him to assemble an exhibit of figure drawings, and the resulting show, The Perception of Appearance, has recently opened at the Frye. It includes over a hundred artists, both well known and emerging, from across the country. Here with our review is KUOW art critic, Gary Faigin.