January 31 – February 28, 2017
Featuring monoprints by California artist Terry Davitt Powell and Idaho Clancie Pleasants’ acrylic paintings, plus additional works celebrating Horse and Crow by Carmen Hall, Karen Swanson, Karlene Schoedel, Ann Contois, Kay West, Kim Long, Marion Flanary, Tom Quinn and Rob McKirdie.
Terry Davitt Powell
The images I create become, for me, a framework to celebrate animals and the natural world they represent, asking the viewer to once again see the creatures represented as living individuals, rather than as the generic concepts of horse or bird communicated by the disembodied graphic imagery typically used to describe animals. That is, I seek to re-nature that which has been de-natured.
Terry Davitt Powell's statement set the tone for this showing of the many interpretations of theme. LITTLE DOG is pleased to bring art from another part of our country and introduce it to Spokane viewers.
Following are a few of the works in Horse/Crow. The rest can be seen on LITTLE DOG website at www.littledogartgallery.com
|"Polka Dot Mare" Monoprint Terry Davitt Powell|
|"Horse/Crow Meet" Acrylic by Clancie Pleasants|
|"Feather Your Nest #2" Acrylic by Linnea Tobias|
|"Equus" Acrylic by Kay West|
|A portion of the work displayed in Horse/Crow exhibit at LITTLE DOG|
|"The Pallid Bust of Pallas" Acrylic by Tom Quinn|
|More of the exhibit along a back west wall, including "There Are Crows in My Wheat Field" by Karen Swanson|
|"Deliberation" Monoprint by Terry Davitt Powell|