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the singular power of lummi mountain and how its presence plays out in the art of northwest













We see it everyday on our horizon up here in this part of the world. It settles on our psyches, it appears and disappears with the weather. Its a shape shifter depending on where you stand. Called Cloud Catcher by some and considered sacred ground by the Original People, Lummi Mountain is there through the decades in the art making of the locals.

november 20 - december 27 2015  
festive artist reception
saturday.november 21.5-8 pm

Clayton James, "Purple Lummi Mountain", oil on board, 20" x 23" (framed), circa 1990s


Louise Kikuchi, "Waiting for the 7:20 Ferry", sumi and gansai on paper, 2015


Margy Lavelle, "She's Always There", oil pastel, charcoal, oil on canvas, plein air, 24 x 36" 2008

Jef Gunn, "Lummi from Samish Beach", oil on paper plein air, 20" x 36", 2007

Joe Max Emminger, acrylic on paper, 20 x 30 in, 2015

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