Fog Bank

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Artist: Paul Gunn

Medium: Oil

Dimensions: 24″ × 36″

Location: 5 floor, #116 on the map

Untitled

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I have always painted.
What I paint is taken from the life I live.
I am affected by the environment that surrounds me.
And over time, as my environments have changed, my paintings have changed.
What I paint has to stand on its own.
I don't choose to run up against it by describing it.
I am very attached to each painting.
I am not prethoughtful but paint out of need.

Artist: Sally Haley

Medium: Acrylic (Acrylic on Canvas)

Location: 5 floor, #115 on the map

Trout Needs Trees

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These prints represent a visual narrative or storytale about our relationship to the river environment and our responsibility to protect it while we use and enjoy it. They symbolically present practical and philosophical experience of how we might act when we recreate in the native home of wild fish. Originally commissioned as part of a federal wild river pilot project for the Wind River Ranger District in Washington State, these images were intended to help streamside visitors appreciate the life cycle of the fish by being good stewards of the river.

Artist: Dennis Cunningham

Medium: Linocut

Dimensions: 46″ × 22″

Location: 5 floor, #114 on the map

Series: The Wind River Prints

Wild Future, Wet Hands

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These prints represent a visual narrative or storytale about our relationship to the river environment and our responsibility to protect it while we use and enjoy it. They symbolically present practical and philosophical experience of how we might act when we recreate in the native home of wild fish. Originally commissioned as part of a federal wild river pilot project for the Wind River Ranger District in Washington State, these images were intended to help streamside visitors appreciate the life cycle of the fish by being good stewards of the river.

Artist: Dennis Cunningham

Medium: Linocut

Dimensions: 46″ × 22″

Location: 5 floor, #113 on the map

Series: The Wind River Prints

The Same But Different

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These prints represent a visual narrative or storytale about our relationship to the river environment and our responsibility to protect it while we use and enjoy it. They symbolically present practical and philosophical experience of how we might act when we recreate in the native home of wild fish. Originally commissioned as part of a federal wild river pilot project for the Wind River Ranger District in Washington State, these images were intended to help streamside visitors appreciate the life cycle of the fish by being good stewards of the river.

Artist: Dennis Cunningham

Medium: Linocut

Dimensions: 46″ × 22″

Location: 5 floor, #112 on the map

Series: The Wind River Prints

Pillar of Sea

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Artist: Martha Wehrle

Medium: Mixed (Copper, Eggshell, Wood, and Casein)

Dimensions: 56″ × 11″ × 6″

Location: 5 floor, #111 on the map

Crow #5 – 1995

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I began to feed the crows in a grocery store parking lot with old bread from the store, the birds very close and very active, and I became fascinated with the incredible complexity of their abilities to move and the exaggerated contortions of their bodies as they interacted. During these feedings I often drew and then photographed, shooting randomly into the masses of birds. From these drawings and photographs I produced a large number of dry points. Of these I chose nine and

Artist: Frank Boyden

Medium: Bronze

Location: 5 floor, #110 on the map

Crow #4 – 1995

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I began to feed the crows in a grocery store parking lot with old bread from the store, the birds very close and very active, and I became fascinated with the incredible complexity of their abilities to move and the exaggerated contortions of their bodies as they interacted. During these feedings I often drew and then photographed, shooting randomly into the masses of birds. From these drawings and photographs I produced a large number of dry points. Of these I chose nine and

Artist: Frank Boyden

Medium: Bronze

Location: 5 floor, #109 on the map

Crow #2 – 1995

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I began to feed the crows in a grocery store parking lot with old bread from the store, the birds very close and very active, and I became fascinated with the incredible complexity of their abilities to move and the exaggerated contortions of their bodies as they interacted. During these feedings I often drew and then photographed, shooting randomly into the masses of birds. From these drawings and photographs I produced a large number of dry points. Of these I chose nine and

Artist: Frank Boyden

Medium: Bronze

Location: 5 floor, #108 on the map

Judgement

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Most of Hiratsuka's work is done by the intaglio printmaking process. This involves etching, drypoint, aquatint, softground and roulette on the copper plate. He uses a four-color printing process on Japanese paper. As in the French use of the technique of Chine Colle, Hiratsuka applies glue to the back of the completed work and passes it through the press with heavier rag paper beneath.

Artist: Yuji Hiratsuka

Medium: Mixed (Mixed Printmaking)

Dimensions: 50″ × 61″

Location: 5 floor, #101 on the map

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