March 6 – April 12
Last Week!, Ends Sat. April 12
Now in its 60th year the Northwest Designer Craftsmen strives to stimulate public appreciation of fine craft by fostering the highest standards of design and craftsmanship. For "Tangible Evidence" members were asked to produce an artifact they considered important because it represents the memory of a culture, historical event, or human experience, real or imagined. The latter caveat is most important, as it gave each artist permission to create an artifact based upon an event, supposition, or ancient culture that may be totally fabricated from his or her own imagination.
Participating Artists: Nanz Aalund, Anne Abendroth, Ron Adams, Dona Anderson, Phillip Baldwin, Candace Beardslee, Lanny Bergner, Danielle Bodine, Julie Conway, Jeannette DeNicolis Meyer, Lynn Di Nino Mark Ditzler, Irene Embrey, Jo Ann Feher, Gina Freuen, Bobbi Goodboy, Laurie Hall, Joan Hammond, Lois Harbaugh, Lin M. Holley, Katherine Holzknecht, CJ Hurley, Nadine Kariya Patti King, Jan Koutsky, Gale Lurie, Anita Luvera Mayer, Linda McFarland, Dorothy McGuinness, Lin Rebolini McJunkin, Carol Milne, Mary Molyneaux, Judy Ann Ness, Jill Nordfors Clark, Natalie Olsen, Jack Osier, Ron Pascho, Donna Prichard, Patricia Resseguie, Inge Roberts, Sharon Rowley, Barbara Skelly, Denise Snyder, Teri Jo Summer-Reiger, Katherine Sylvan, Annette Tamm, Delores Taylor, Jean Tudor, Larkin Jean Van Horn, John Webster
About the NWDC
Northwest Designer Craftsmen (NWDC) was founded in 1954 to promote excellence of design and craftsmanship and to stimulate public appreciation and interest in fine craft. Artists in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska, who work professionally in clay, wood, glass, metal, fiber, and/or mixed media, are members.