Artists Featured at the Friends Bookstore & Gallery

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We feature artists and their work at the Visitor Center in the bookstore and gallery. Many of our exhibitions and featured artists are part of our "Expressions of Culture" program. We often invite artists to visit to share about their featured art. Exhibits are free and open to the public. Please subscribe to this category to get a notification whe...n something new is on the way. More
Dec
06

Joy Ohearn, Artist

Joy Pomaika'i Hau'oli OHearn is the current featured artist for the "Expressions of Culture" exhibit the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center. Her art is an expression of Hawaiian feather work. Pictured here are some examples of her work. Joy will be joining the Friends of Fort Vancouver for a special demonstration at the Visitor Center on December 10, 20...
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Nov
07

Northwest Artists Exhibit Open Now: Talk on February 4, 2017

​ On Friday, November 4, 2016 an exhibit opened in the Visitor Center in conjunction with Vancouver's First Friday Downtown. The exhibit, entitled Art and Artifacts: Local Artists Celebrate the National Park Service Centennial opens on November 4, 2016. The event will be held at the Visitor Center at Fort Vancouver, 1501 East Evergreen Boulevard, V...
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Apr
23

Toma Villa, Artist

Toma Villa, Artist
Toma Villa, a registered member of the Yakama Nation, has spent the last year working on the sculpture for the park's Visitor Center, in honor of the National Park Service's centennial year. The sculpture is now a permanent feature in the main lobby of the Center.  Villa calls his work Spirit Pole . The work features two poles, each carved fro...
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Oct
27

Lillian Pitt: Getting to Know the Artist

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Lillian Pitt is a Native American artist from the Big River (Columbia River) region of the Pacific Northwest. Born on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon, she is a descendent of Wasco, Yakama, and Warm Springs people. She is one of the most highly regarded Native American artists in the Pacific Northwest. Her works have been exhibited and review...
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