'The Wilderness Within'
opens on July 15, 2011 at the Lewiston Center for Arts and History at Lewis and Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. The exhibition runs to October 7, 2011.
For the first month I will have a very large solo show using the three main gallery spaces featuring my beadwork and the "View from the Canoe Project", a multimedia reflection on altered waterways in the Pacific Northwest. The View from the Canoe includes video, photography, hand-surveyed hand-drawn maps, drawings and hand-carved canoe paddles. The entire show will include a broad range of themes - science to history to politics and nature in a variety of mediums. There will be something for anyone.
In mid-August, we will rehang "The Wilderness Within" to make room for "Confluence Project: Re-imaging the Columbia River with artwork by Maya Lin" in the main gallery. The Confluence Project opens August 26 and runs to Novemeber 4, 2011.
For more information - Lewiston Center for Arts and History website
The Confluence Project -
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