A celebration of knowledge and talent, Suquamish Art displays works by nearly 20 Suquamish tribal members, including carvings, bentwood, masks, wool regalia, cedar baskets, carved bone and silver jewelry, wool and cedar weaving, poetry, sculpture, watercolor and acryllic paintings. The Suquamish artists represent a cross section of media, styles and intent. Recognized fine artists, graphic artists and traditional artisans have work among the thirty-seven pieces in the Exhibit.
As the premier exhibit in the new Rotating Exhibit Gallery the Suquamish Museum Board of Directors and the Museum Staff wanted to share with the community the depth of talent and creativity found amon the members of Suquamish Tribe. While many of the exhibited artists have shown their work in venues throughout the region, this is the first opportunity to bring all together in one space.
Join us in celebrating Suquamish art.