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All items featured contribute a portion of proceeds to the Pike Place Market Foundation to help keep the Market strong!

 

Charitable Marketplace

Support Small Businesses and the Recovery of Pike Place Market. Shop Intentionally. Give Generously.

All items featured contribute a portion of proceeds to the Pike Place Market Foundation to help keep the Market strong!

 

Support the Recovery of Pike Place

Harris Harvey Gallery

White River – graphite on paper by Emily Wood

White River – Emily Wood
graphite on paper
Image size: 6 x 5 inches
Framed Size – 14 x 12 inches

Emily Wood is a Tacoma, Washington based painter. Best known for her oil paintings, Wood highlights the diverse topography of the West and the scenic variation within the region. From the thick forest groves of the Pacific Northwest and the sun-bleached hills of the Palouse, to the expansive skies of Montana, to the coastal inlets of Oregon, Wood distinctly captures nature through a transformative compositional approach. While the geography is familiar to the artist, she remains captivated by the ever-changing effects of light and season.  “White River” depicts a winding river embraced by evergreen trees of the Pacific Northwest. This unique graphite drawing is 6″ x 5″ and is framed to 14″ x 12″.   Wood, a University of Washington B.A. graduate, has been exhibiting regularly in the Seattle area since the 1990s. Her work has been featured in galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and throughout Washington state, including a solo exhibition at The Clymer Museum in Ellensburg, Washington (2012). Her work can be found in the collections of Seattle University‚ Merrill Lynch, Seattle Cancer Alliance, UW Medical Center, and Tacoma Art Museum as well as in private collections on the East and West Coasts. The artist has been included in important regional survey shows at The Tacoma Art Museum (1995) and the Whatcom Museum of History and Art (1999).

$400

($50 of this product benefits the Market Recovery Fund.)

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