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Hawks on the Highway swoop into Newport

Published on July 5, 2017 1:21PM

Rick Bartow, “CS Spegi,” 2001, monoprint

Rick Bartow, “CS Spegi,” 2001, monoprint

Whitney Minthorn, “Sunrise,” 2013,” lithograph

Whitney Minthorn, “Sunrise,” 2013,” lithograph

Wendy Red Star, “Yakima or Yakama—Not For Me To Decide,” 2015, lithograph

Wendy Red Star, “Yakima or Yakama—Not For Me To Decide,” 2015, lithograph

Kay WalkingStick, “Wallowa County,” 2003, lithograph

Kay WalkingStick, “Wallowa County,” 2003, lithograph

James Lavadour, “Land of Origin,” 2005, lithograph

James Lavadour, “Land of Origin,” 2005, lithograph


The Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts fields an exhibition of prints from its collection 11 am to 6 pm Tuesday-Sunday, July 7 to Sept. 3 in the Runyan Gallery at the Newport Visual Arts Center.

The “Hawks on the Highway” exhibition will include 24 prints — lithographs, monoprints, monotypes and woodcuts — produced by Crow’s Shadow’s roster of artists.

An opening reception is5-7 pm Friday, July 7, at the VAC, with a gallery talk at 6 pm during the reception.

Hawks on the Highway includes work by Newport native Rick Bartow, an active member and supporter of Crow’s Shadow before his passing in 2016, as well as work by James Lavadour, Lillian Pitt, Wendy Red Star, Joe Cantrell and 16 other printmakers.









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