Show & tell

Show & tell

Fort Lewis College art faculty exhibits the creative process
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Mary Alice Hearn reads the 100 answers to the question “Why do you ride” asked by Paul Booth in his entry in the Fort Lewis College art faculty exhibit “The Raw and the Cooked” in the Art Gallery.
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Art Professor Amy Wendland, right, with assistance from Fort Lewis College Art Gallery Director Elizabeth Gand, explains her complex exhibit on The Pilgrim’s Progress to a gathering of students and guests at Friday’s opening of “The Raw and the Cooked.”
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Lorna Meaden included the photos and drawings on which she modeled this coffee pot and soy-sauce bottle for “The Raw and the Cooked” exhibit in the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery.
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Judith Reynolds’ political cartoon “American Taliban” is shown in its conceptual and finished stages in “The Raw and the Cooked” in the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery.

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Mary Alice Hearn reads the 100 answers to the question “Why do you ride” asked by Paul Booth in his entry in the Fort Lewis College art faculty exhibit “The Raw and the Cooked” in the Art Gallery.
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Art Professor Amy Wendland, right, with assistance from Fort Lewis College Art Gallery Director Elizabeth Gand, explains her complex exhibit on The Pilgrim’s Progress to a gathering of students and guests at Friday’s opening of “The Raw and the Cooked.”
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Lorna Meaden included the photos and drawings on which she modeled this coffee pot and soy-sauce bottle for “The Raw and the Cooked” exhibit in the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery.
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Judith Reynolds’ political cartoon “American Taliban” is shown in its conceptual and finished stages in “The Raw and the Cooked” in the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery.
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“The Raw and the Cooked: Exploring the Creative Process,” through Sept. 22 in the Fort Lewis College Art Gallery. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday and noon-4 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 247-7167.

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