Flare Up, 2007
(American | Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla, born 1951)
Location: University of Washington - Tacoma, Tacoma
- ABOUT THE ARTWORK
James Lavadour's "Flare Up" is inspired by the mountains and plains of the Columbia River Plateau in eastern Oregon, where he makes his home on the Umatilla Reservation.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with University of Washington.
- ABOUT THE ARTIST
Native American painter and printmaker James Lavadour creates expressive landscapes influenced by the natural environment and geology of northeastern Oregon. He is a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla, and in 1992 co-founded Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, a non-profit organization and printmaking studio located on the reservation. The institute provides artist residencies and Indigenous arts workshops.
- Material Category
Painting - paint on rigid surface / mixed media
Oil on wood panel
32 in x 48 in
- ID Number
- Acquisition Method
- Artist Location
Oregon, United States
University of Washington
- Artwork Location
University of Washington - Tacoma
Philip Hall, 1st floor, east facing wall
- WA County
- Site Type
1900 Commerce St.
Tacoma, WA 98402-3100
- Geo. Coordinates
47.244549 | -122.436871
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