Artfully Edmonds brief: Tribute to Lance Wood Hart at Cascadia Art Museum Thursday


Photo courtesy of Cascadia Art Museum.

Thursday, Nov. 5
2 p.m.
Cascadia Art Museum

Salish Crossing, 190 Sunset Ave. #E
In 1920, celebrated Northwest artist Lance Wood Hart created a series of five mural panels for the Fraternal Order of Moose lodge in his home town of Aberdeen, Washington. Although the original murals have been lost and the building razed, studies of these historic murals have survived.

On Thursday, Nov. 5,  Cascadia Art Museum members, donors and guests are invited to join the Hart family in celebration of the installation of four of these vibrant murals now hanging in the museum entryway.  

The works were commissioned by the museum and re-created by Seattle artist Tenold Sundberg.

A reception is planned for attendees following the dedication, with light fare provided.

Museum hours: Wednesday-Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thursday open until 8 p.m.

3 Replies to “Artfully Edmonds brief: Tribute to Lance Wood Hart at Cascadia Art Museum Thursday”

  1. This museum is a great asset to the Edmonds community and the waterfront. It is a place you will want to take your out of town guests to.


  2. These murals are beautiful. I am sorry I will be out of town for this tribute. And yes, Tom, this Museum is fabulous!


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