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302 West 3rd Street
Cle Elum WA 98922

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November Exhibit

By Charlene | October 31, 2017

In a style described as “world indigenous”, the art of Laura Williams contains fragments and inspiration from her childhood.  From Swaziland and parts of Africa, to Europe or the frozen landscape of Yellowknife, Canada where she was born, Laura draws inspiration from old world culture.  As a member of DENE 1st nations of Ft. Liard, Northwest Territories, she follows her aboriginal heritage of “dreaming”. Much of her art is derived from nighttime dreams, otherworldly messages from beyond, glimpses of the future and the world through indigenous eyes.  Her new work showcases a connection to many nations of the earth, while celebrating her own tribal affiliation and cultural identity.  The DENE are considered the keepers of mother Earth.  This beautiful concept becomes abundantly clear within each finished piece of art.  Laura’s art will be on exhibit at the Carpenter Gallery for the month of November.  

Also on display will be the unique carvings and sculptures by Bob Antone.  He and his family will be performing their traditional Northwest music at the Carpenter Gallery on Saturday, November 11th, from 1:00 till 4:00.  Public is invited.

The High Country Artists will also have on November display a collection of Miniature art pieces.   The miniatures traditionally measure no larger than 25 sq. in. or 4×6″.  The Carpenter Gallery has lots to offer to those of you looking for a very unique Christmas gift.  Come check us out!

Negotiations 2017

“Negotiations” 2017, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 inches, by artist Laura Williams


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