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Indian Country: Love It or Leave It
Harley Hettick's photography offers an honest and objective view of contemporary American Indian life.
DATES:
January 01 - January 31, 1976
Larry Brown and George Green
Non-objective paintings focusing on formal aspects of shape, color, texture, and volume encourage the audience to invent meanings.
DATES:
February 04 - February 29, 1976
E.S. Paxson
Paxson's vivid narrative canvases and portraits symbolize the legendary American West.
DATES:
March 14 - May 03, 1976
Juried Craft Show
Open to artists nationwide to submit two works completed in the last two years in painting, drawing, or printmaking.
DATES:
May 08 - May 29, 1976
American Revolution: Bicentennial Prints
Two special collections include World War I propaganda posters and diozalid prints.
DATES:
June 07 - June 28, 1976
Art In Landscape
Comprehensive survey of earthworks documentation questions the significance of art that cannot be bought and sold or even directly viewed.
DATES:
July 01 - July 27, 1976
Classical Narratives in Master Drawings
Examines the Pagan narratives of antiquity, which surfaced as major themes in 14th century proto-Renaissance drawing. Ideas concerning self-examination and knowledge support the individualism and artistic growth of the era. Organized by E.B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA.
DATES:
August 03 - August 20, 1976
Recent works by Rudy and Lela Autio
A colorful and playful pairing of Rudy Autio's formal and functional ceramic vessels and Lela Autio's wall relief fabric works.
DATES:
August 31 - September 30, 1976
Andrew Hofmeister
Fifty paintings by this Rosebud County native suggest the beauty and strength of the Northwest. Simple, natural colors express Hofmeister's personal harmony with the land. A human character appears in nearly every image, reminding the viewer of man's impact on the environment.
DATES:
October 05 - October 23, 1976
Japanese Prints and Helen Seigl Prints
Japanese prints related to kabuki, staged dramas dealing with humanity, loyalty, and love in history, legend and contemporary life, are paired with Seigl's work, which combines linoleum plaster block prints and a unique relief printing technique.
DATES:
October 26 - November 09, 1976
The New American Quilt
Placing form over function and incorporating novel techniques and imagery, thirty-eight contemporary examples of a traditional American craft liberate the quilt from a purely utilitarian role.
DATES:
November 16 - December 15, 1976


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