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Collecting on the Edge Part II

Modern and contemporary art created in the American West, manifesting an independent spirit and embodying unique ideas, has been largely written out of the mainstream narrative of art history or placed in unhelpful contexts. "Collecting on the Edge," featuring work by 172 artists from the collection of the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University in Logan Utah, aims to correct that situation.

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Max Cole Artist

Acrylic and ink on canvas

Palladium II

Edward Biberman Artist

Acrylic on board


Jim Starrett Artist

Acrylic on canvas


Mary Henry Artist

Acrylic on canvas


Ben Sakoguchi Artist

Acrylic on canvas

Alpha Booth

Edwin Mieczkowski Artist

Acrylic on masonite

The Life and Death of No. 1

Trenton Doyle Hancock Artist

Acrylic, ink, and felt on canvas

Birds, Sky, Water and Grass

Ben Berlin Artist

Casein on Fir-Tex board

Floor of Buchenwald #2

Rico Lebrun Artist

Ink, casein, and collage on board


Llyn Foulkes Artist

Lacquer on masonite

Add This to Rhetoric

Takako Yamaguchi Artist

Oil and bronze leaf on canvas

Kinetic Counterpoise

Robert Ormerod Preusser Artist

Oil and collage on paper on wood panel

Kinetograph #5

Richard Bowman Artist

Oil and fluorescent lacquer on canvas

American Krist

Philip Zimmerman Artist

Oil and nails on wood panel

The Elements

June Wayne Artist

Oil and wax on canvas


Sonia Gechtoff Artist

Oil on canvas


James Kelly Artist

Oil on canvas


John Ferren Artist

Oil on canvas


Agnes Pelton Artist

Oil on canvas

Bear Lake

Birger Sandzen Artist

Oil on canvas


Joyce Treiman Artist

Oil on canvas


John Sonsini Artist

Oil on canvas

Soeurs Obsidiennes

Wolfgang Paalen Artist

Oil on upholstery fabric


Reuben Kadish Artist

Oil on wood panel

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This site facilitates access to the art and artifact collections by providing digitally searchable records for thousands objects. The information on these pages is not definitive or comprehensive. We are regularly adding artworks and updating research online. We welcome your comments.