Wendy Franklund Miller:
Persistence

May 25-August 18, 2019

 

In keeping with a longstanding tradition showcasing the work of well-established artists with strong Inland Northwest ties, the MAC is proud to feature Spokane artist Wendy Franklund Miller this summer.  Franklund Miller has developed a rich and personal visual vocabulary of forms and symbols working in papermaking, encaustic and mixed media over four decades of art-making in eastern Washington. Her subject matter has evolved over time but often returns to themes around discarded objects with all their implications for our civilization. The show will feature examples of her work from each decade of her career.

Franklund Miller was born in North Dakota and raised in Yakima. She has been an artist almost her entire life – since she started her first art project in first grade.  After art school and college, she settled in Spokane.  She has exhibited and taught art throughout the United States, and her work is included in private and public collections throughout the region.

 

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Top image:

Wendy Franklund Miller, Belief #7, 2000, encaustic. Collection of Betty Lukins.


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