The owners of the building that houses Two Wall Gallery on Vashon Island have physically removed art they found offensive—they say it has "HOMOSEXUAL CONTENT AND OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE," according to the full account of the incident on Good Merchandise's blog here (with lots of images).

And this is the second time recently that Islanders have taken down art at this gallery because they were offended. Here's Beachcomber arts editor Elizabeth Shepherd's account of a controversial holiday show. (This same writer will post a full story about the current flap tomorrow, she tells me.)

Can Vashon not handle the art?

Not to mention: Everybody in that building might want to consider that by renting space for their business, they're putting money into the pockets of a bigot.