Peter Boome Art Exhibit

Peter Boome, Coast Salish Artist will be featured at the Sacred Circle Gallery May 7- July 10, 2015.  The opening reception will be held May 7th from 6-9 pm.

boom120smPeter Boome is a Coast Salish artist located in Washington State. He specializes in hand pulled limited edition serigraphs, but also offers carvings usually on a commission basis.

Award winning Coast Salish artist Peter Boome is a member of the Upper Skagit Tribe of Washington State. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter earned his AA from Northwest Indian College, his BA from the Evergreen State College and his JD from the University of Washington School Of Law. He is currently finishing his Master’s of Environmental Studies at Evergreen State College.

Peter works in a variety of mediums such as painting, carving, inlay, and glass work, but he is best known for his Hand-pulled serigraphs. He prints his own original work as well as the work of other artists. As a printer, Peter has worked with both new and established artists. He has worked with indigenous artists from New Zealand and Canada and has been active in printing indigenous work and giving back to his community. Through this commitment to his community Peter has introduced the work of many artists who would not have been otherwise able to have their work printed.

Thanks to the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture for the Art means Business Grant that supports this work.


Terrance Guardipee Exhibit Opening-Sacred Circle

Opening: Feb 12th 6-9 pm

Exhibit open Feb 12- April 30, 2015

Hours: M-F 8am to 5pm

May Internationally renowned Native American artist Terrance Guardipee’s unique Ledger Artwork  and Catherine Black Horse’s award winning traditional clothing and regalia will anchor the long awaited re-opening of Daybreak Star’s Sacred Circle Gallery.   The Exhibit will also feature works by Guardipee’s daughters, Bree and Victoria.

The Guardipee-BlackHorse family, longtime participants in Daybreak Star programs, will be at the Sacred Circle Gallery, Seattle’s historic Native American art showcase, on February 12 from 6pm to 9pm for the exhibit opening.


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