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"Unseen Guests" by Deanna Pindell, part of "The Journey: Metaphors and Metamorphosis" on view at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center - October 16 - November 14, 2009. This body of work explores the transition into afterlife - a universal human concern. As a sculptural installation, these works offer a pathway through a strange jungle of forms. The physical pathway is a metaphor for the metaphysical journey, each of us embarks upon when life ends.

"Unseen Guests" by Deanna Pindell, part of "The Journey: Metaphors and Metamorphosis" on view at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center - October 16 - November 14, 2009. This body of work explores the transition into afterlife - a universal human concern. As a sculptural installation, these works offer a pathway through a strange jungle of forms. The physical pathway is a metaphor for the metaphysical journey, each of us embarks upon when life ends.

Nurtured by Nature by Ginger Oakes. Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. January 15 - March 4, 2016. Nature opens our eyes to the magic of details. This show will take you on a journey of discovery, appreciating what can be found below the surface in the woods, the sea, and other environments. It will allow families to daydream through sculpture and hear stories hand built in clay.

Nurtured by Nature by Ginger Oakes. Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. January 15 - March 4, 2016. Nature opens our eyes to the magic of details. This show will take you on a journey of discovery, appreciating what can be found below the surface in the woods, the sea, and other environments. It will allow families to daydream through sculpture and hear stories hand built in clay.

Melissa Cole, Now and Then: Past and Present Flora, Fauna, & Figures of Moses Lake. Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, July 10 - September 11, 2015. In a land where mammoths once roamed the plains, Chief Moses made his home, and wild trout swam alongside migrating waterfowl, engaging and exciting imagery is beckoning to be created. Through this series of contemporary mixed-media paintings and sculptures artist Melissa Cole explores remarkable flora, fauna and human figures, both past and…

Melissa Cole, Now and Then: Past and Present Flora, Fauna, & Figures of Moses Lake. Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, July 10 - September 11, 2015. In a land where mammoths once roamed the plains, Chief Moses made his home, and wild trout swam alongside migrating waterfowl, engaging and exciting imagery is beckoning to be created. Through this series of contemporary mixed-media paintings and sculptures artist Melissa Cole explores remarkable flora, fauna and human figures, both past and…

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