Skokomish tribal artist John Edward Smith finishes some detail work on his Salish sea serpent before its installation in 2013 in The Evergreen State College Longhouse’s Carving Studio. Smith will be one of the Northwest carvers joining Maori artist Lyonel Grant during an art dedication for the college’s new Fiber Arts Studio, which will be part of Evergreen’s Indigenous Arts Campus, and is slated to open in 2016.
Skokomish tribal artist John Edward Smith finishes some detail work on his Salish sea serpent before its installation in 2013 in The Evergreen State College Longhouse’s Carving Studio. Smith will be one of the Northwest carvers joining Maori artist Lyonel Grant during an art dedication for the college’s new Fiber Arts Studio, which will be part of Evergreen’s Indigenous Arts Campus, and is slated to open in 2016. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2013
Skokomish tribal artist John Edward Smith finishes some detail work on his Salish sea serpent before its installation in 2013 in The Evergreen State College Longhouse’s Carving Studio. Smith will be one of the Northwest carvers joining Maori artist Lyonel Grant during an art dedication for the college’s new Fiber Arts Studio, which will be part of Evergreen’s Indigenous Arts Campus, and is slated to open in 2016. Steve Bloom Staff file, 2013

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September 19, 2015 3:01 PM

Evergreen fiber arts studio dedication event Monday

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