The Times 

WA State's Public Art Collection grows despite pandemic


Ric Gendron’s paintings show various elements of the Native American spiritual journey. Across the Universe (Detail), by Ric Gendron, located at Washington State University, Pullman.

Since July 1, 2020, the Art in Public Places (AIPP) program has added thirty-four new artworks to the collection. These public art projects are located across Washington State, from Mount Vernon and Blaine in the far northwest to Quincy and Moses Lake in Central Washington, to Spokane and Pullman in the east, and several places in between. The artworks include paintings, sculptures, and glass.


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