Abstract art, pictorialism photography at Cascadia
Last updated 6/3/2021 at 10:02am
Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds debuts three shows this month.
"Origins: Northwest Abstract Art, 1920-1960" is the first exhibition to focus on the roots of abstract and non-objective art in the Northwest. Some of the earliest works are Louise Crow and Raymond Jonson's pointillist paintings of 1918, followed by Peter Cameraman's rare color abstractions from the1920's created after his studies with the Synchronist painter Stanton MacDonald-Wright.
The museum also has a selection of paintings by Maude I. Kerns, an Oregon artist who was one of the earlier exhibitors at the Museum of Non-Object...