Artwork copyright Barry Herem. Photo courtesy of the artist.
(American, born 1941)
Location: Washington State Patrol - Crime Laboratory Division, Vancouver, Vancouver
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Barry Herem's Thunderbird depicts an important character from the oral history and songs of Native American coastal cultures in the Pacific Northwest.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with Washington State Patrol.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Northwest artist Barry Herem creates sculptures inspired by the forms and symbolism found in the Native American artistic traditions of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
|Material Category||Sculpture - other metals|
|Medium||Painted and patinated lasercut aluminum|
|Dimensions||3 ft x 6 ft|
|Acquisition Method||Site responsive commission|
|Artist Location||Washington, United States|
|Agency||Washington State Patrol|
|Artwork Location||Washington State Patrol - Crime Laboratory Division, Vancouver|
|Site Type||State Agency|
|Address||1401 Kauffman Ave.|
Vancouver, WA 98660
|Geo. Coordinates||45.632232 | -122.680831|
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