The Seattle art scene has gone through many changes in the past thirty years. The gallery scene has grown and prospered, museums have expanded or moved to new locations, new artists and art movements have emerged. Amidst all the change, one thing has remained constant. Once every year and a half or so, with nearly clock-like regularity, Seattle painter Paul Havas has had a one-man show at the Woodside/Braseth Gallery. His current solo exhibit is his sixteenth at the gallery since 1970, which certainly sets some kind of a record. Here with our review is KUOW art critic, Gary Faigin.