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Art Talk with Leo Adams
Please join us for a free in-gallery art Talk with Yakima artist Leo Adams. Call the gallery to reserve your spot! 206-842-3132.
According to the Museum of Northwest Art:
Leo Adams is a uniquely gifted painter and designer whose house overlooking the Yakima Valley has long been considered a Northwest treasure. He is a member of the Yakama Nation and one of Eastern Washington’s most acclaimed artists,
In 1962, when he was just 19 years old, Adams received honorable mention at the Bellevue Arts and Crafts festival along with top Northwest artists of the day Wendell Brazeau (1910-1974), William Cumming (1917-2010), Alden Mason (1919-2013), and Doris Chase (1923-2008). During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Adams lived in Seattle, showed his workat Richard White Gallery (later Foster/White), and was discovered by designer Jean Jongeward (1917-2000), who made the young artist’s paintings a signature element of her high-end interiors. In 1970 Adams bought a parcel of land on the northern edge of the Yakama reservation and began building a house. Constructed with modest means and salvaged materials, the building ... view more »
It's Free, Call to reserve your spot.
Contact: (206) 842-3132
Free parking available on the street, particularly behind the gallery