Artwork copyright Carol Snow. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Artwork copyright Carol Snow. Photo courtesy of Washington State Arts Commission.
Acoma Deer, 1984
(American | Seneca Nation, born 1943)
Location: Clallam Bay Corrections Center, Clallam Bay
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Acoma Deer is a subtle and graphic embossed print, created by Seneca artist Carol Snow in Spokane, Washington.
This artwork is part of Beyond Blue Mountains, a collection that was curated by late Tlingit (Native Alaskan) artist Jim Schoppert. It presents the work of Native American artists of diverse heritage, ideas, materials, and styles. The collection takes an in-depth look at the artists’ unique voices and interpretations of tradition.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with Department of Corrections.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Carol Snow creates paintings, prints, and mixed media artworks that explore animal symbolism. She is a Native American artist of Seneca heritage.
|Material Category||Work on paper - print|
|Medium||Embossing and ink on paper|
|Dimensions||11 1/2 in x 13 1/2 in (framed)|
|Acquisition Method||Direct purchase|
|Artist Location||Washington, United States|
|Agency||Department of Corrections|
|Artwork Location||Clallam Bay Corrections Center|
Temporarily not on display.
|Site Type||State Agency|
|Address||1830 Eagle Crest Way|
Clallam Bay, WA 98326
|Geo. Coordinates||48.240163 | -124.287408|
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