Central Washington Artists
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Central Washington Artists 2007-2010
This 168 page full color book features the work of 68 Central Washington artists and is part of an on-going research initiative called the “Artists Archive Project.” Published in 2010, the book offers a brief over-view of each artist’s work in addition to essay by Larson Gallery Director and Curator Cheryl H. Hahn.
Robert A. Fisher Retrospective Portfolio 2011
This 36 page full color book tells the story about the work of Robert A. Fisher through text and images. Fisher—Art Department Chair at Yakima Valley Community College is a prominent regional artists whose work embraces the color and texture of the region’s landscape. Essays by Darren Orange – artist and one of Fisher’s former students, Cynthia Krieble – Central Washington University Professor Emeritus of Art, Herb Blisard – Photography and Humanities Instructor at Yakima Valley Community College, and Cheryl H. Hahn, Larson Gallery Director, are also featured.
Purchase Robert A. Fisher Retrospective Portfolio 2011
Charles A. Smith
This book was published in 2010 in conjunction with the solo exhibition at the Larson Gallery titled: Charles A. Smith’s Journey: Painting from Within. The book features 31 colorful images of the artist’s work and essays by Delma Tayer – former Dean of Arts and Sciences at Yakima Valley Community College and Cheryl H. Hahn, Larson Gallery Director. Smith’s paintings echo the Yakima Valley’s undulating forms through abstract gestural brush strokes.
Purchase Charles A. Smith Catalog
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Gary Miller, Larson Gallery photographer, has meticulously put together some beautiful books through Blurb of our most current openings and special events. He suggests that when you order a book, ask for the Luster Paper. Blurb's standard paper does not show photographs well. You can use the links below to go the site to view and purchase the books. You can also buy a PDF download of the book for $4.99.
Cover photo for the "Anything Goes Textile Artists -
Larson Gallery Honors the Arts" book.