Ron Carraher, Colville Confederated Tribes, “Homelessterrain.info”
Corwin Clairmont, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, “Tarsand Trout”
Terrain: Plateau Native Art & Poetry
Carly Feddersen, Colville Confederated Tribes
(Okanagan/Arrow Lakes), “Sit”
March 10-19 and April 7 - May 7, 2014
Reception with Artists attending on Saturday April 26, 2-4pm
Terrain: Plateau Native Art & Poetry is a print portfolio and exhibition that was organized by Joe Feddersen, artist and Evergreen Faculty Emeritus. Bringing together relief prints and poetry created by 34 Plateau artists and writers, it presents a visual and verbal journey through physical, emotional, and visionary landscapes. Feddersen writes: “Defined by the crest of the Cascades to the Continental Divide, touching northern California extending far north into British Columbia, Terrain speaks of the textures of the earth – the homeland of the Plateau people. This compilation of expressions, relief prints and poems, breathes the life of ongoing cultures inherent to place.”
For its showing in Evergreen Gallery, Terrain is accompanied by Extended Terrain: Contemporary American Indian Prints.
Ric Gendron, Colville/Umatilla, “Self Portrait”
Terrain artists and poets: Leo Adams, Sherman Alexie, Neal Ambrose, Gloria Bird, Ron Carraher, Vic Charlo, Corwin Clairmont, Cameron Decker, Alyne Watlamet DeCoteau, Debra Earling, Vanessa Enos, Carly Feddersen, Joe Feddersen, Ryan Feddersen, Jennifer Ferguson, Frank Finley, Ric Gendron, Cheryl Grunlose, Michael Holloman, Van Holloman, James Lavadour, Miles Miller, Ramon Murillo, Rochelle Kulei, Ed Archie NoiseCat, William Passmore, Lillian Pitt, Lawney Reyes, Susan Sheoships, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Kirby Stanton, Toma Villa, Ramona Wilson, Elizabeth Woody (Relief print images are 5" x 7")
Extended Terrain artists: Ann Appleby, Rick Bartow, Marwin Begay, Corwin Clairmont, Herman Pi’ikea Clark, Joe David, Joe Feddersen, Harry Fonseca, Edgar Heap-of-Birds, John Hitchcock, Peter Jemison, Jean LaMarr, Alex McCarty, George Morrison, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Duane Slick, Gail Tremblay, Kay Walkingstick, Emmi, Whitehorse, Elizabeth Woody, Melanie Yazzie
This project was made possible through support from the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center.