Multimedia work of Linley B. Logan now at Frances Anderson Center

    “Wolf Sucking Up the Resources,” an oil painting by Linley B. Logan.

    The Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation and the Edmonds Arts Commission are highlighting the multimedia artwork of Linley B. Logan from now through March 12 at the Frances Anderson Center.

    Logan interacts as a multidisciplinary artist creatively ranging from the traditional arts to contemporary artistic expression. His artistic educational background includes industrial and graphic design, and multidisciplinary fine arts. His employment experience encompasses cultural artistic consulting and presentation.

    He has curated and co-curated two contemporary Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy) art exhibits and has authored articles published by the Smithsonian Institution as well as presented cultural program presentations for the Smithsonian Institution. He has participated by invitation in two International Indigenous Visual Artists’ Gatherings in Hawaii 2007, and Rotorua, New Zealand 2010. Logan serves on local and regional arts boards in Washington state and is the current Chairman of the Kitsap County Arts Board.

    Works shown in this exhibit feature a broad range of two-dimensional arts, from printmaking to painting and three-dimensional arts worked in carving and lost-and-found art creations.

    The artist attended the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, N.M., where he received an AFA in Two Dimensional Arts, and AFA in Three Dimensional Arts, and engaged Museum studies. He also attended a session in ceramics at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle Main and later attended the Rochester Institute of Technology for a BFA in Industrial Design.

    The Edmonds Arts Festival Museum and the Edmonds Arts Commission Display Case are located in the Frances Anderson Center, Main Entrance – 700 Main Street, Edmonds. Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information, call 425-771-0228 or 771-1984. For more information about the arts in Edmonds, visit and

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