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Shine A Light 2010 By Portland Art Museum
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Book published by the Portland Art Museum (Oregon) that documents Shine A Light 2010, an annual museum event that asks visitors to rethink what can happen in a art museum through a variety of artist... More > projects. The program is a partnership between the Portland Art Museum and the MFA in Social Practice Program at Portland State University.< Less
Shine A Light 2010 By Portland Art Museum
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Book published by the Portland Art Museum (Oregon) that documents Shine A Light 2010, an annual museum event that asks visitors to rethink what can happen in a art museum through a variety of artist... More > projects. The program is a partnership between the Portland Art Museum and the MFA in Social Practice Program at Portland State University.< Less
Shine A Light 2010 (Black and White) By Portland Art Museum
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Book published by the Portland Art Museum (Oregon) that documents Shine A Light 2010, an annual museum event that asks visitors to rethink what can happen in a art museum through a variety of artist... More > projects. The program is a partnership between the Portland Art Museum and the MFA in Social Practice Program at Portland State University.< Less
Mill-ennial 2012 By Saco Museum
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This catalogue was produced in conjunction with the "2012 Mill-ennial: Celebrating the Art and Artists of the Cities on the Saco," prsented at the Saco Museum (Saco, Maine) and Engine... More > (Biddeford, Maine) April 6 through June 10, 2012. The 2012 Mill-ennial is the second in a series of exhibitions conceived by the Saco Museum in order to showcase new work by living artists connected to Saco, Biddeford, and Old Orchard Beach. Forty-eight works by 20 artists were selected by a panel of jurors, representing the range of materials, subjects, ideas,and inspirations explored by local artists. Jurors for the 2012 Mill-ennial were Ron Crusan, Director, Ogunquit Museum of American Art; Berri Kramer, President, Heartwood College of Art, Kennebunk; and Andres Verzosa, Director, Aucocisco Gallery, Portland.< Less
A Teaching Collection-Catalog and Workbook By Sandy Sampson
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An interactive workbook documenting "A Teaching Collection" at The Portland Art Museum for Shine-a-Light 2010 that you can use to self-curate at your local museum.
Weeping Willow By John Carbon
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This short piece for 1.6 Shakuhachi was composed for Larry Tyrrell, who performed it at the Portland Art Museum. The piece is inspired by a painting of the same title by Monet.
Weeping Willow By John Carbon
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This short piece for 1.6 Shakuhachi was composed for Larry Tyrrell, who performed it at the Portland Art Museum. The piece is inspired by a painting of the same title by Monet.
Colorado Wall Dogs: Ghost Signs Across the State By Laura Russell
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Colorado Wall Dogs showcases 54 photographs of vintage advertising signs called “ghost signs” that were painted on brick buildings from around 1880 to 1940. This book is Laura’s... More > effort to preserve and catalog this important part of Roadside Americana. While searching out and photographing these hand-painted signs Laura nicknamed the signs “wall dogs” in homage to the itinerant men who painted them. Her three-year effort to photograph ghost signs all over the state of Colorado was an incredible exploration of our graphic and architectural history. Be sure to click on the preview button to see a sampling of "wall dogs." Laura Russell is a photographer and book artist currently based in Portland, Oregon. Her work incorporates photographs of urban landscapes to tell a story about our culture and our communities. Museums, libraries and corporations collect her work. See her handbound artist books at www.LauraRussell.com.< Less
Sins & Words From the World By Lisa Parsons
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Poems and plays by writer and artist Lisa Parsons. Parsons work is influenced by her interest in art and history, and is often filled with allusions to private as well as classical myths. She has a... More > Master's degree from New York University and has worked in art galleries and museums in Portland, OR and New York City. An example of a poem: Earth Angels. Winter is deep in its spirit of purple; yet Mahler's earth songs are to be heard, shrill points on toe of voices; time took great pain with the faces of the singers of the hoe and shovel; unfettered angels not to be forgotten. Charred fingers of old women lay amid roots of the cedar; ingots of gold, which peak out of the heavy soil, once held by men of the country dreaming of the womb. Farmers of the deep; workers who count horses legs as a measure of their worth; when broken, these numbers go lickety-split. One time seasons came and went as a baby grew to cast off a red hue; head craggy and dented, it only knew mother's fingers.< Less
Sins & Words From the World By Lisa Parsons
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Poems and plays by writer and artist Lisa Parsons. Parsons work is influenced by her interest in art and history, and is often filled with allusions to private as well as classical myths. She has a... More > Master's degree from New York University and has worked in art galleries and museums in Portland, OR and New York City. An example of a poem: Earth Angels. Winter is deep in its spirit of purple; yet Mahler's earth songs are to be heard, shrill points on toe of voices; time took great pain with the faces of the singers of the hoe and shovel; unfettered angels not to be forgotten. Charred fingers of old women lay amid roots of the cedar; ingots of gold, which peak out of the heavy soil, once held by men of the country dreaming of the womb. Farmers of the deep; workers who count horses legs as a measure of their worth; when broken, these numbers go lickety-split. One time seasons came and went as a baby grew to cast off a red hue; head craggy and dented, it only knew mother's fingers.< Less