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  • New MAC taxidermy exhibit a sort of ‘zoo for the dead’

    The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture puts the finishing touches on the upcoming Fangs, Fur and Feathers: The Art of Animals exhibit featuring hundreds of real animals preserved through …

  • An artist’s dance to display his work

    Workers installed a tall bronze statue Thursday in Spokane Valley – the latest display of public art for the community. Called “Dance of Sun & Moon,” the 16-foot-tall bronze was …

  • Metal sculptures make garden pop

    Every garden I visit has a story not only of the plants and the design but also of the gardener behind the creation. July’s Garden of the Month winner is …

  • Ritchie’s artwork looks beyond form of face

    Sculptor, photographer and multimedia artist Sheri Ritchie is a bit of an alchemist – she creates tangible and thought-provoking things out of mud mixtures and fleeting thoughts. Clay and simple …

  • Artist modifies images to make her own medium

    When artist Gay Waldman was in kindergarten, her teacher sent her home with a note that read: “Gay will be an inspiring artist one day.” Waldman said her father thought …

  • Sculptures over Freya Street deemed unsafe in high winds

    The future of three colorful sculptures that moved in the wind on the Freya Street Bridge is in limbo as officials debate an unexpected engineering challenge. The artwork by local …

  • Found objects shape sculptor’s imagination

    At an outdoor summer art show this year, a man entered Pat Boyd’s booth, looked around and said to her, “I like the way your mind works.” Others might wonder …

  • Sculpture uses salvage materials

    As you enter Sandpoint, there are signs proclaiming this resort area as a walking town. But this community is quickly evolving into much more than a place where you can …



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