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PULLMAN ARTWALK May 17-19, 2018

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The 9th Annual à May 17-19, 2018

Pullman ArtWalk W

elcome to ArtWalk! In celebration of Pullman’s 130 years as an incorporated city we have added craft vendor booths, food vendors and live performing arts for all ages to enjoy, in addition to the vibrant mix of visual arts this festival is famous for! ArtWalk celebrates all forms of regional art and local business, to build community, adding to the vibrancy, economic vitality, and diversity of downtown Pullman!

Street Fair and Live Performances. Olsen Street will be closed to accommodate booths featuring arts, crafts and local non-profits. We will have food vendors and plenty of space to sit and enjoy the food. We will have live entertainment on our Main Stage in the library parking lot. D Drop in, sit back, relax and enjoy a variety va of different entertaining acts. TThe Pullman Arts Commission ccultivates the visual and performing arts to enrich the quality of life of the community through its vision, advocacy, and financial support, connecting residents, students, and visitors to diverse aesthetic and cultural experiences. We are an official City of Pullman Commission, an allvolunteer effort involved in nurturing all forms of art.

ArtWalk opening events start Thursday, May 17 with artist receptions at participating businesses (see map for locations and times) followed by the unveiling of two art wrapped utility boxes. Meet at 5:45pm in Pine Street Plaza for the big reveal! Following the unveilings please join us for food and entertainment at the Artist Meet & Greet social mixer at 6:30pm at the RTOP Theatre. Artists, merchants, and the general public can mix and mingle to celebrate art and the opening of ArtWalk. The celebration continues on Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19; check hours of operation for participating businesses. Some businesses will have special operating hours on Saturday, May 19 (see map for locations and times). More than 38 artists and 30 businesses are working together to make this year’s event amazing. There’s sure to be something for everyone to enjoy! New to this year’s ArtWalk is our one day only Saturday

For information about the Pu Pullman Arts Commission or Pullm Pullman ArtWalk, find us:

-- On Fac Facebook: b k -- Or contact us at: City of Pullman Arts Commission, c/o Neill Public Library 210 N Grand Avenue, Pullman, WA 99163 Sincerely, Jeri Harris Pullman Arts Commission Chair

**ArtWalk Partners

**Pullman Arts Commission

The Pullman Arts Commission would like to thank the Pullman Chamber of Commerce, Moscow-Pullman Daily News, and Lewiston Tribune and Pullman Radio for publicity support of this event.

The committee chair is Jeri Harris. The commission also includes Brady Boone, Judy Dunn, Jen Harbour, John Rich and Suzanne Polle.

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Getting Around Ride the Bus: Thursday & Friday: 10 am – 6:30pm Saturday: 10 am – 5:30pm Your ArtWalk Calling Card doubles as a bus pass. Show it to the driver or ask drivers for one, and ride prepaid! Plan your trip with Google Trip Planner: Download and track your bus using the app: iOS: id1329034348?mt=8 Android: details?id=com.syncromatics.rtpi.pullman&hl=en

Park & Ride @ PRH: Friday, 4pm – 9pm | Saturday, 9am – 9pm Park in Pullman Regional Hospital’s east end lots, pick up an ArtWalk Calling Card at Guest Services, and either ride the bus or carpool with family and friends. Be sure to visit the hospital’s art exhibit!

By Car - Use any of these downtown lots: • Riverwalk Lot (Kamiaken next to Spot Shop Cleaners) • Armory Lot (Main & Spring) • High Street Lot (High & Paradise) • Upper & Lower Lots (Paradise, between High & Kamiaken)

Show your support. Attend the 2018 Pullman ArtWalk! 1225 E. 6th Street Moscow, ID (208) 882-4534

On the Cover & Above Sandra Satterlee - Jewelry (2) Jessica Schloss - DragonFruit Katherin Watts - Dandelion Rebecca Lloyd - Succulents Poppy Salon - Watercolor Jacqueline Daisley - Flowers (2)

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2018 Mayor’s Award Recipient Gail Siegel has been the director of WSU Performing Arts since it’s inception seven years ago. During that time, she has brought world class, affordable entertainment to WSU and all the Palouse. Performers included Baxter Black, cowboy author and poet; Keb Mo, four-time Grammy winner in Blues; and Las Migas, nominated for a Latin Grammy. As director of WSU Performing Arts she brought family entertainment with magicians, puppets and inter-galactic radio drama.

Gail also has her hand in the visual arts. She was the director of the Pritchard Gallery in Moscow, ID, hosting various artists. Gail and her husband, Lonnie Hutson, are both well known local artists. In their “spare” time they own and operate Sundog Expeditions, taking adventure seekers on scenic whitewater trips. Gail uses another skilled art on the trips, she does all the cooking.

ArtWalk Calling Card See Art, Visit Merchants, Win Prizes! Pick up an Artwalk Calling Card from any participating business or at Arts Commission table on Saturday. Visit art exhibits and collect at least 8 merchant signatures from any business on the map. Turn in your calling card and you’ll be entered to win prizes! No need to be present to win. Your Artwalk Calling Card doubles as a bus pass. Show it to the driver or ask drivers for one, and ride prepaid during the festival!

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Saturday Street Fair Artists

Palouse Proactive: interactive art for all ages

Rebecca Lloyd: acrylic color-saturated collections

Flowers! By Roxanne: fresh floral and canvas art

Meg Conley: watercolor, pen, ink. Multimedia collage with

Pam Spens: clay pottery

sculptural quality

Destiny Whitcomb: art on canvas, realistic surrealism

Unruly Duck Designs: whimsical duck themed art Dave Coyle: metal art creations

Nonprots Cooper’s Legacy Foundation: helps families obtain life-

saving medical treatment for their pets.

Eureka! Palouse: local non-profit that seeks to provide equitable access to learning through innovative programs, clubs, and activities for all ages to enrich the STEM/STEAM culture on the Palouse. Friends of Neill Public Library: supplements Neill Public

Library’s materials, programs, professional development and special needs not covered by the library’s regular budget.

Palouse ProActive: non-partisan organization that partners

with organizations and causes that align with its mission and values. Palouse ProActive does not advocate for candidates for public office in any election, nor does it take a stand for or against a political party. On occasion, the organization advocates action on public policy positions, but not for the benefit of any candidates or political party.

Pullman Civic Theatre: provides affordable, live

entertainment for the community, and creative outlets and educational opportunities for theatre participants of all ages and supports local businesses and other nonprofits by performing at local businesses, offering theater camps and classes through Parks and Recreation, collecting food donations for Pullman Child Welfare, and highlighting area non-profits during their shows.

Food Vendors Fork in the Road: The catering arm of South Fork Public House in Pullman, Washington provides full-service catering throughout the Palouse from their dedicated catering kitchen. From small intimate gatherings, to large picnics and elaborate plated dinners, we have you covered. Our dedicated staff focuses on catering and catering alone. Main Street Squeeze Juice & Smoothie: Smoothies, cold-

pressed juice, and açaí bowls. Good for you & your taste buds.

Popcorn Cove: Try several varieties of gourmet cheese popcorns, candy coated popcorns and chocolate covered

Pullman League of Women Voters: provides educational programs, voter registration, and candidate forums. Members also participate twice a year in civics education at Pullman High School where youth are registered to vote who will be 18 years old by election day. Pullman Police Advisory Committee: promotes public

safety, forms a liaison between the community and the police department, and assists in educating our community for a better understanding of the respective responsibilities of police and citizens. The Pullman Police Advisory Committee, a volunteer group whose members contribute their time and talent, welcome and actively invite, input and feedback from the citizens of the City of Pullman.

St. Gertrude: Spirituality & the Arts provide retreats, lectures, and concerts to the region. Their booth will share information and artwork for all to enjoy. Whitman County Historical Society: organized in 1972, the mission of the Whitman County Historical Society is to discover, collect, preserve, and disseminate knowledge about the history of Whitman County, not only to the residents of Whitman County but also as it relates to its neighbors and the State of Washington. YMCA of the Palouse: providing quality childcare at a low

cost to families.

popcorns. The seed is GMO free and grown in Quincy, WA and is shipped directly to Popcorn Cove in Vancouver, WA. Every flavor is popped and made from scratch in the store’s kitchen. Family owned and operated.

Mela: Bangladeshi cuisine. We offer great varieties of

food that is prepared from scratch and locally grown and produced. Our food is free of peanut oil, gluten, artificial color, preservatives, and MSG.

J.P. Pies: Homemade fresh seasonal pies to suit your craving by the pie crazy mother/daughter baking duo from Lacrosse, WA!

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Entertainment Bios @ Gladish Community Center: 11am – 1:30pm: Community Band of the Palouse: Community Band of the Palouse performs live music for the enjoyment and education of local community members while providing opportunities for life long musicians to share and grow their musical talents, as well as helping to preserve the community band tradition.

7pm: Graham Ballet Theater: Founded in 2003 by Noreen Graham, Graham Ballet Theater provides excellent dance training to the community and also provides fine recreational programs. The Academy offers classes for ages 3 and up, and their goal is to develop and strengthen the artistry, technique, and confidence of their students. Tickets are $19 at the door.

Music @ Saturday Street Fair Main Stage: 11am – 12pm: Pullman High School: Entertainment by high school students 12 – 1pm: Kyle Lorenzano: Lorenzano is a singer-songwriter who has played and recorded music for the last 15 years. Aside from playing in rock bands, he has also written and recorded solo material -

1– 2pm: Ethan Johnson: Johnson grew up in Kodiak, Alaska, hearing an eclectic mix of rock n’ roll, country, folk, and the blues. He takes elements from these musical styles and joins them together with techniques and aesthetics he was exposed to while studying jazz guitar in college. In his set you will hear covers of what he considers to be important songs in the aforementioned genres, as well as original compositions. Ethan is a music teacher at Franklin and Sunnyside Elementary in Pullman.

2 – 3pm: J.R. Spencer: J.R. Spencer is a Nez Perce/Ojibwe artisan, educator, and performing artist of Native culture and living traditions of his people. J.R. brings to audiences, the rich history of native stories and traditional music in a moving, fun, and entertaining manner.

3 – 5pm: Paradox: Paradox is a 6-piece cover band from Moscow, Idaho formed in September 2014 which performs rock, pop, and country music from the 1960’s to the present.

5 – 6:45pm: The Cherry Sisters Revival: The Cherry Sisters are a silly string band of ukuleles, a banjo percussion and vocals, playing an eclectic collection of music. They give a high energy performance full of fun, laughs, some bad jokes, and all around good music. Their style may be described as traditional-folksy, a blend of old time traditional folk music, country, a little bluegrass and some other treats thrown in for pure fun! 7pm: Mayor’s Art Award presentation: Join Mayor Johnson to honor this year’s award recipient on our Main Stage!


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Opening Events & Artist Workshops All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.


Open Studio for Kids & Adults

Red Dog Art Room at Gladish Community and Cultural Center, Room 309

Thursday, 3 – 5pm


Artist Meet & Greet RTOP Theatre

Thursday, 6:30 – 8:30pm Artists, merchants and public can mix and mingle to celebrate art! Live entertainment, dynamic conversation and great food await!

Join artist Rhonda Skaggs as she hosts an open studio event. You will use cut shapes of paper Saturday Street and cardboard to create a relief Olsen Street composition with pencil & crayon. This event is free! Saturday, 11am – 8pm



Utility Box Unveiling

Pine Street Plaza

Thursday, 5:45pm Join the Pullman Arts Commission for the unveiling of two new Utility Box Art Wraps. The first box is located outside of Design West on the corner of Main and Kamiaken, and the second box is located in Pine Street Plaza outside of Taco Del Mar. The art chosen to decorate both boxes was submitted by local artists, and selected after input from members of the community.


New this year – a Street Fair celebrating the arts and the City of Pullman’s 130th Anniversary! Engage in interactive art for all ages, learn about non-profits, taste culinary delights, and rock out to live music at the Main Stage!


Paint a Kindness Rock

Neill Public Library Patio

Saturday, 11am – 6pm Girl Scout Troop #3211 is hosting a kindness rock painting event as part of their Bronze Award. The girls have put in 20+

hours each to research ideas, paint rocks and find host sites in Pullman. Come and spread kindness with us!


Community Band of the Palouse

The View Room, Gladish Community & Cultural Center

Saturday, 11 – 1:30pm The Community Band of the Palouse will perform their Family Concert at 11am, a collection of music to engage families with younger children. Immediately following the concert, there will be an instrument petting zoo. The petting zoo allows anyone interested in learning to play an instrument to get hands on experience and try a variety of instruments provided by Keeney Brothers Music.


Kids Art Studio

Neill Public Library, Heritage Addition

Saturday, 1 - 4pm Arts Commissioners will host workshops for preschool,

elementary, and middle school aged youth. Experience hands-on art activities and let your creative mind loose with a variety of materials and techniques.


Graham Ballet Theater

Richard Domey Auditorium, Gladish Community & Cultural Center

Saturday, 7pm The Graham Ballet Theatre will present New Contemporary Repertoire & The Sparrow Queen: A Japanese Fairy Tale for the enjoyment of the Palouse Community. Tickets are required. Tickets are $19 at the door


Mayor’s Art Award Main Stage, Neill Library Parking Lot

Saturday, 7pm Join Mayor Glenn Johnson at the Main Stage Tent as he recognizes this year’s award recipient for their outstanding contribution to furthering the arts in our community.

Merchants and Artist Receptions

Art will be available for viewing during the merchants’ normal operating hours. Some merchants may have extended hours for ArtWalk. Artist will be available during the Artist Reception and at other hours throughout the Pullman ArtWalk.


Pullman Regional Hospital

Date: Friday Time: 5 – 7pm Location: Red Sage Cafe (outside) Artists: Carrie Coen & Jacqueline Daisley Additional Info: • Light appetizers and drinks courtesy of Red Sage Cafe • Diane’s Gift Garden will be open extended hours • Reception attendees will be entered to win a raffle basket with items from Diane’s Gift Garden and donated artwork.


Dave Christy Insurance

Date: Friday Time: 5 – 7pm Artist: Loren Brown


Wysup Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram

Date: Saturday Time: 11am – 4pm Artist: Katherine Watts


Paradise Creek Brewery

Date: Thursday Time: 3 – 5pm Artist: Ernie Weiss & Rocky Wines


Pullman City Hall Parking Garage

Date: Saturday Time: 11am – 8 pm Artist: PSD Youth Art




WSU Brelsford Visitor’s Center

Date: Thursday Time: 3:30 – 4:30 pm Artist: Meg Conley

Date: Friday Time: 4 – 7pm Artist: Gregory Kessler, Robert Krikac, Michael Sanchez, Carrie Vielle and David Wang


Sanctuary Yoga, Barre & Dance

Date: Thursday Time: 4 – 5pm Artist: Jefferson Elementary Art Docents, Paul Kwon

Esser, Sandberg & Boyd PLLC and Gehring & Associates PLLC


Date: Thursday Time: 2 – 5pm Artist: Roxanne Bohman


Sam’s Apothecary

Date: Friday Time: 6 – 7pm Artist: Dave Coyle

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2018 Pullman ArtWalk Bios Appaloosa Lace Guild: FRIDAY

ONLY FROM 3 – 6PM The Appaloosa Lace Guild was started in 1992 by a group of women with an interest and desire to preserve the art of handmade lace including bobbin lace, knitted lace, needle lace, tatting and crochet

Art-Sci Collaborative: This group

feels that art helps to communicate the insights produced by scientific inquiry and scientific discoveries inspire works of art. They explore the intersection of art and science, meeting each month to discuss art pieces that they have produced based on scientific inquiry and concepts. This is an opportunity for scientists to explore how concepts are communicated to society and for artists to develop new work based on a vital view of nature. All types of artistic “media” have been represented in the group, including paint, ceramics, fabric, digital, culinary and performance pieces

Roxanne Bohman: Artistic creativity

is behind the passion of Flowers! by Roxanne. An Alumni of the University of Idaho, graduating with degrees in Bachelor of Fine Arts, Graphic Design and Clothing, Textile and Design, being a florist is all about using her design skills. Design is her passion, her driving force for each and every arrangement. Color, texture, and movement along with who the arrangement is for inspires the outcome of each and every arrangement.

Loren Brown: Brown creates collages

focused on color, texture, and shape, and combines fragments of images that almost tell you a story. He recently completed a 100-day project, creating a collage every day. In his day job, he works as a psychologist at WSU.

Carrie Coen: Coen is a photographer in progress who is grateful to be able to enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and bring it to life with the camera. She balances her day job as a physical therapist and Rehabilitation Director at Pullman Regional Hospital with early morning and evening escapes to capture the best light to showcase the amazing landscapes around her. Dave Coyle: Coyle has spent equal parts of his life on both sides of the Cascades, settling in Pullman in 1995, where he resides with his wife and 3 children. From whimsical to steampunk fabulous, Coyle’s metal art will impress and amaze. Community Band of the Palouse:

Steven Devine: Devine is a local photographer specializing in portrait, outdoor, and action photography. He loves the energy that can be captured in a single photo, or the memory that it creates by preserving that moment in time. Randy Emerson: A visual artist for over 35 years, Emerson has concentrated mainly in the photographic arts. A graduate of Pullman High School and WSU, he then went on to receive his MFA in photography from the University of Florida, worked for Disney MGM Studios in Orlando on many different live shows. After returning to Pullman twenty years ago, he began working as an artist and contractor.

Community Band of the Palouse performs live music for the enjoyment and education of local community members while providing opportunities for life long musicians to share and grow their musical talents, as well as helping to preserve the community band tradition.

Girl Scout Troop #3211: Girl Scout

Meg Conley: As a water colorist, she

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focuses on the beauty of the seemingly ordinary, using observations from her daily life as inspiration. Most of Conley’s work is bold and bright, utilizing a combination of watercolor and pen and ink. Her most recent works include multimedia collage and often have a sculptural quality.

Jacqueline Daisley:

Jacqueline started drawing at the age of 11 and kept drawing until she moved to paints. Although she didn’t intend to pursue art, it continued to follow her through life. She became a teaching artist and has 20 plus years of experience. Daisley now offers private painting lessons.

Troop 321 is hosting a kindness rock painting event as part of their Bronze Award. The girls have put in 20 plus hours each to research ideas, paint rocks and find host sites in Pullman. They would love to have you come and spread kindness with them! 2003 by Noreen Graham, Graham Ballet Theater provides excellent dance training to the community and also provides fine recreational programs. The Academy offers classes for ages three and up, and their goal is to develop and strengthen the artistry, technique, and confidence of their students.

Jefferson Elementary Art Docent Program: The Jefferson Elementary

Art Docent Program is a parent and volunteer run program at Jefferson Elementary School. It is designed to provide K-5 students additional art instruction and experiences in the classroom.

John Elwood: Elwood, local luthier and musician, has been handcrafting wooden instruments on the Palouse for

PULLMAN ARTWALK | May 17-19, 2018 over 40 years. As a part of ArtWalk and the 130 years’ celebration of Pullman, he will demonstrate some of his tools and techniques and kid friendly music from 3-5pm in front of Brused Books on Thursday, May 17th and Saturday, May 19th.

Michael Gordon: Gordon is a

photographer of the Northwest and specifically the Palouse region. His captivating photos cover Hells Canyon, the North Fork of the Clearwater River and Kelly Creek, the Palouse Falls and just about every corner of Whitman and Latah counties. In the past few years Mike has started exploring the medium of watercolor. Gordon is the owner and managing real estate broker with Summit Realty.

Ann Harder in retrospect: Oil

Painting - Remembering the Palouse Past: Portraits of Plateau Region Native Americans.

Gregory Kessler: Kessler is a

Professor of Architecture and Interim Director of the WSU School of Design


and Construction. He has spent his career teaching students how to “see” and experience architecture and the landscape through drawing. His art is inspired from his travels and observations to many unique places around the world as well as experiences discovered in everyday places.

Robert Krikac: Krikac is an Associate

Professor of Interior Design. His current area of research and specialty is freehand sketching and its relationship to creativity in designing built environments. “Sketching is how I think, how I design, and I believe it is only with the ability to pictorially document the design process, that designers and architects are able to fully engage the creative process.”

Paul Kwon: Kwon

is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Washington State University. He is fortunate to be able

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to travel frequently, which serves as inspiration for his photography. Perhaps due to his psychology background, he is particularly interested in photographs that evoke curiosity, thought, and emotion.

Rebecca Lloyd:

2018 marks 20 years of painting for artist Lloyd. She is also the founder of Art Chowder Magazine and enjoys supporting the arts in our region when she’s not creating her paintings. Whether you are looking for a large statement piece or something small and colorful you’re sure to find something you love from her affordable collection of works.

Join the Poppy girls during the Pullman Artwalk Featuring paintings by Poppy Salon stylists Plus - enjoy live music from Pullman’s Broken Jukebox

127 N. Grand, Pullman 509.332.9121



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Rob McPherson:

McPherson has been teaching art in the Pullman School District for 26 years. Luckily, he has found some time to paint. Most of his work is paintings of deliberately arranged still life sets. The objects have meaning to him and he arranges them in a way that reflects his observations of the world. His latest still life paintings are of dress forms which speak to him about women, feminism and beauty.

Justin Pickard: Pickard uses permanent

ink to create highly detailed works incorporating science and the exploration of mycology. Showing 31 daily drawings of fungus species and many large works translating a wide range of scientific concepts relating to fungi.

Poppy Salon Girls: Come see works of art created by the stylists at Poppy. While they enjoy creating hair art every day they also love to use their creativity in other outlets. Pullman School District: Saturday

only The Pullman School District will be displaying over 2000 pieces of student art. There will be kindergarten through 12th grade art on display. Come see the amazing art being created from these young artist!

Ellie Pope: Pope is the artist and owner

of Unruly Duck Designs. When she was little her mom would say “You need to get your ducks in a row.” And she would say “my ducks don’t do that.” So began her understanding of life; every aspect of the world around her represented by a duck, no two ever the same.

Michael Porter: Porter has been

developing skills as a glass artist for 15 years. He does a few production pieces for Glassphemy as wells as repairs for customers.

Michael Sanchez: Sànchez is an

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture. He teaches design studios as well as classes on construction technology and drawing as a “thinking” tool for designers. His research looks at the art and science of drawing and representation and how designers use these techniques to acquire knowledge, explore a dynamic world and create meaningful places.

Sandra Satterlee:

Satterlee crafts Art Jewelry from copper and silver in her small studio in Pullman. The designs are inspired by ancient jewelry and patterns derived from nature which she translates into worked metal and beads. Each piece is lovingly designed and created to be shared with you.

Jessica Schloss:

Schloss is the owner of JS Threads in Pullman and creator of whimsical polymer clay dragons. Schloss has been working with clay for almost 4 years.

Rod Schwartz: Theme: Buildings.

Born and raised in Chicago, Schwartz backed into a lifelong career in advertising in 1973. He came to the Palouse in 1979 to join the Pullman Radio Group as sales manager and today is its senior marketing specialist. Rod and his family operate Grace Broadcast Sales, providing syndicated short audio features to radio/TV stations across the U.S. and Canada,

and its creative services division for business and professional clients, FirstStrike Advertising. Rod has been an avid photographer since 1975. His photography website is PalousePics. com, and he has an online gallery at

Rhonda Skaggs:

Creative artist and teacher, Skaggs believes that art should be created because it’s fun and is appreciated not because it has monetary value. For ArtWalk, Skaggs is showing some of her ceramic vessels and her whimsical papier mâché creations. Her studio and classroom, Red Dog Art Room is located in the Gladish Center.

Pam Spens: Spens is a part time

potter in her home studio in Moscow. She makes both functional and nonfunctional works. Her focus is on products that are meaningful to people, and oftentimes will incorporate inspirational words, stones, carvings, weaving, Cougar themes, and various colors into her clay works. She also uses canine fur to leave impressions on raku-fired pots.

Henry Stinson: A near-death

experience with electrocution (behind his family’s living room couch at the age of five) left Stinson’s perception of reality forever altered. Moses went to the mountain and was touched by God. Stinson says that he was touched behind the plastic covered yellow couch of his parents’ home. That touch was enough to inspire reverence for all life and foster his artistic gift to see the sacred in the mundane. Whatever the origin, he has the singular ability to translate moments into paintings, making his work popular with private collectors both in the U.S. and abroad.

Scotty Thompson: Photographer,

recorder of the Palouse seasons and vistas, man of imagination and talents. Thompson’s spectacular photographs are taken throughout the landscape of Washington’s incredible Palouse Country.

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Carrie Vielle: Vielle is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Interior Design. Her professional and personal worlds revolve around travel and the visual arts. Over her twenty-five-year fine art career, she has developed a unique mixed-media approach to figural representation and her artworks are featured in several national galleries. David Wang: Wang is a Professor of Architecture. He has published on architectural theory and research methods in numerous journals and lectured on architectural research all over the world. He works in oil pastels, and his subjects range from interpretive urban and rural landscapes, to abstract compositions, to “picture parables” of themes from Scripture and music. Katherine Watts: Watts

is a local, landscape and portrait photographer. Her passion for


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photography developed at a young age while visiting National Parks with her camera toting father.

Ernie Weiss: With a degree in

Architecture and MBA from WSU, Weiss has been expressing his love for nature, architecture and other subjects for about 2 years. He has participated in over 30 group shows and 11 solo shows. He works in watercolor and oils with a wide variety of subjects.

Destiny Whitcomb: Whitcomb is a WSU alumni who creates one-of-a-kind pieces of artwork in various mediums while keeping to a realistic surrealism style. Catchy, vibrant, playful works of art on canvas for any style. Rocky Wines: Wines is a 65-year-old

who has been illustrating since the age of 12. He presently resides in Lenore, Idaho, originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He enjoys rendering any subject matter using mixed-media; oil, acrylic, guache, pencil, inks and dyes. He’s recently been inspired by

the beauty and emotion of the horses at Orphan Acres Horse Rescue Ranch in Viola, ID. Prior to illustrating horses for Brent Glover, purveyor of Orphan Acres, he specialized in portraits. He is presently seeking new clientele to commission any subject matter. (208) 400-0160

Thank you to all the artists who participated!

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