A Turbulent Lens Virna Haffer Tacoma Art Museum 1701 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA 98402 University of Washington Press PO Box 50096, Seattle, WA 98145 5096 9780924335327, $19.
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TAM stands for Tacoma Art Museum (Tacoma, WA)
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She was previously director of education and public programs at the Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, associate curator at the Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Wash.
ITINERARY Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit, Michigan March 8-May 31, 2009 Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Florida November 14, 2009-February 7, 2010 Wichita Art Museum Wichita, Kansas March 6-May 30, 2010 North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh, North Carolina November 6, 2010-January 30, 2011 Tacoma Art Museum Tacoma, Washington February 26-May 30, 2011 Crocker Art Museum Sacramento, California November 10, 2012-February 2, 2013 Mark M.
Organized by the Tacoma Art Museum, Washington, the exhibition included twenty-six of the artist's signature works: landscapes dominated by second-growth forests, fields of stumps, and slash heaps of logging detritus.
Never Late for Heaven is a beautifully illustrated accompaniment to an exhibit of Knight's works at the Tacoma Art Museum in 2003.
Since 1995, the foundation that holds his and his family's art collections has created exhibitions for or lent works to dozens of museums and galleries throughout the West - from the Tacoma Art Museum, the Portland Art Museum and the UO's Schnitzer to places such as the Yellowstone Art Museum and the Pendleton Center for the Arts.