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Presidential portraits by John Thamm are on display at county libraries

A thoughtful James K. Polk gazes at book browsers at the Argonne Library. The quote posted next to his portrait seems surprisingly contemporary: “There is more selfishness and less principle …


Doug Clark: Art Spirit Gallery has old-soul curator in 20-year-old Mason Miles

The 20th anniversary exhibition at Coeur d’Alene’s Art Spirit Gallery features the many exquisite pieces of art you’d expect, but also two surprises.


Works of political, social art started early for John Thamm

When artist John Thamm was in first grade at Opportunity Grade School, he often found himself gazing out the window, especially when a train went by. It was during World …


A serious outlook

When artist John Thamm was in first grade at Opportunity Grade School, he often found himself gazing out the window, especially when a train went by. It was during World …


Book Notes: Poets share their ‘Story’ Friday at Chase Gallery

Here’s an event that combines poetry and art: a reading Friday at the Chase Gallery in conjunction with “Telling the American Story, History, Memory, Place, Story, Picture, Space.” This group …