MOUNT VERNON (AP) — A Seattle art dealer says a large mural originally mistaken for a tarp is an original 1941 painting from Northwest School artist William Cumming. The mural, painted on canvas measuring 28 feet long and 7 feet tall, had collected dust for decades in barns belonging to Tony Breckenridge’s family. Art gallery owner John…More
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SPOKANE (AP) — Artist George Flett, a member of the Spokane Tribe, has died at the age of 66. Flett was skilled in sculpture, bead working and silversmithing, but was best known for his ledger art. The Spokesman-Review said Flett died Wednesday of complications from diabetes Ledger painting is a Native American art form dating to the mid-1800s,…More
A new exhibit by artitst Tony Angell opens today at the Foster/White Gallery, according to a Field Notes blog post by Seattle Times staff reporter Lynda V. Mapes, From Lynda’s post: Tony Angell is an artist who’s work lives up to his last name. Whether illustrating books (In the Company of Crows and Ravens, by…More