Posted on May 4, 2022

Craig George's Bicycle Print By Craig George

Northwest / Southwest: Indigenous Art After 1980 – thru November 15, 2022
In the last decade, Maryhill’s collection of contemporary Indigenous art has expanded tremendously. Northwest / Southwest highlights some of these works and explores the diverse expressions that have been produced in the Indigenous community during the last four decades.

Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry: Silver, Turquoise, Coral, and Shell – thru November 15, 2022
In the American Southwest, Indigenous peoples have worked with turquoise for more than a millennium, combining these beautiful stones with silver settings and establishing a tradition that is now synonymous with Southwestern artistic expression. This exhibition features late 20th-century examples drawn from private collections.

Ornithology: Avian Imagery from the Permanent Collection – thru November 15, 2022
Birds are a popular subject for artists and in 2022 the Maryhill Favorites Gallery is dedicated to works on paper showcasing avian subjects. Featured artists include Katja Oxman, Betty LaDuke, Arthur Higgins, and Dyann Alkire.

Learn more at: maryhillmuseum.org/inside/exhibitions/special-exhibitions

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