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Tuesday, September 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Max Brown’s feelings control his creations

When Max Brown was 8, he moved from Seattle to Deer Lake, north of Spokane, where his father built a house. “The house itself was a work of art. It …


On the Wall: Trejo’s latest projects star in double feature

Ruben Trejo is able to transcend time, space, cultures and boundaries in his artwork and in his life. This nationally treasured Mexican American artist, who lives in Spokane, embodies the …


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Art Exhibits For complete listings, see www.spokane7.com. Please send information about upcoming art exhibits to jenniferz@spokesman.com.


Max Brown’s feelings control his creations

When Max Brown was 8, he moved from Seattle to Deer Lake, north of Spokane, where his father built a house. “The house itself was a work of art. It …


On the Wall: Photo show focuses on manipulation

Photography captures our world in a truthful way like no other medium can. However, the works of three photographers – Ed Freeman, Jennifer Scott and Rose Werr – on view …


North Side woman masters art of painting porcelain

The list of “lost arts” is endless. With the discoveries of technological advances, things that were once done by hand can now be done by machine in a timelier and …


Gallery listings

Art Exhibits For complete listings, see www.spokane7.com. Please send information about upcoming art exhibits to jenniferz@spokesman.com.


Emotion guides artist Elizabeth Scott

Elizabeth Scott’s work is full of light. Her florals are bouquets of bold and rich colors, layer upon layer of energy and her single flowers burst open like fireworks. Her …


EWU exhibition features work from 11 instructors

The best place to get a live pulse on the art world is at the area’s university art schools, where the latest trends are being taught in the newest media. …


Gallery Listings

Art Exhibits For complete listings, see www.spokane7.com.


Art exhibits

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Versatile Prutzer shows his wild side

The light-infused paintings of Colorado Springs artist Charles Timothy Prutzer line the walls of the Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d’Alene. The monthlong show, “Capturing the Wild,” features a series …


Inland Northwest quilters get chance to share ‘Passion’

“Quilt Passion,” under way at River Park Square’s Kress Gallery, is showcasing the textile art of leading Inland Northwest quilters. Lining the walls are 40 handcrafted fabric works by quilting …


Paintings, jewelry, ceramics … you’ll find it on the trail

The North Country Artist Trails includes a dozen galleries and artists’ studios spread across northeastern Washington and southern British Columbia. “Visiting the trail is an art lover’s idea of a …


ART GOES ONLINE

Megan Murphy has 83 artists from across the globe sharing their art work on her online gallery, Artocracy.org. The artists there are part of Murphy’s experiment. None of the artists …


A surprise around every corner in Ruben Trejo’s home

As a child, Eastern Washington University art professor Ruben Trejo didn’t devote much energy to home decorating.


Exhibit celebrates life on day of the dead

Nobody mourns on the Day of the Dead.


Mexican mask exhibit shows many faces of creativity

The faces of Mexico are elegant and haunting. And they’re crying and laughing up and down the walls of the Cheney Cowles Museum.