June 10, 2005
LAND MARK: Prints by Joe Feddersen opens at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane, WA. - June 11, 2005 - January 8, 2006.
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Artist Reception - Thursday, June 16, 6pm-8pm, in the MAC's Exhibition Center. Open to the public, no charge.

Artist Lecture - Friday, June 17, 10am, in the MAC's Eric A. Johnston Memorial Auditorium. Open to the public, no charge.

Landmark: Prints by Joe Feddersen is an exhibition of the remarkable work by internationally renowned printmaker, college art professor and Colville artist Joe Feddersen. His artwork is inspired by personal connections to traditional woven patterns from the tribal artists of the Inland Plateau Region of the Columbia Basin. These dramatic geometric elements are prominent in the phenomenal baskets and flat-twined (cornhusk) bags from the MAC's American Indian collection that will be exhibited alongside his visually stunning colligraphs, aquatints, and monoprints. Fedderson has a distinctive artistic resume and significant scholarly accomplishments.For many years Joe has been acknowledged as one of the nation's most prominent contemporary American Indian artists, evidenced by his most recent exhibition at the Smithsonian's George Gustav Heye Museum in New York City.br> The show continues through January 8, 2006.

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