Wildlife, Pattern & Identity – Contemporary Native American Works, Selections from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, features twenty-one works by ten distinguished Native American artists and will be on view through October 1, 2018.
Wildlife, Pattern and Identity represents three significant themes that have been important in Native American art throughout history and continuing into contemporary work. The show focuses on printmaking – linocuts, relief prints, archival pigment prints, copperplate etchings and lithographs, as well as a monoprint, monotype, and drypoint print on handmade Japanese paper.
The featured artists are:
Rick Bartow, Wiyot, Mad River Band
Joe Feddersen, Colville Confederated Tribes
RYAN! Feddersen, Colville Confederated Tribes
Cheryl A. Grunlose, Colville Confederated Tribes
James Lavadour,Walla Walla
Ed Archie Noisecat, Shuswap, Lil’Wat
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation
Wendy Red Star, Crow
Lawney L. Reyes, Colville Confederated Tribes
Marie Watt, Seneca
Curated by Tad Savinar