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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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Washer/Dryer #2

Kaz Oshiro Artist

Acrylic and bondo on stretched canvas


Peter Krasnow Artist

American black walnut wood

Pure XX

George Herms Artist

Assemblage of found objects


Ann Preston Scupltor

Cast zinc and wood


Jim Isermann Artist

Fabric on wood

Leather Wrapped Head

Mel Henderson Scupltor

Leather, wood, and nails


Adaline Kent Scupltor

Magnesite (oxychloride cement)

The Claw

Seymour Locks Scupltor

Nails, costume jewelry, and redwood root

Untitled (S.304)

Ruth Asawa Scupltor

Naturally oxidized copper and brass wire


David Ireland Artist

Painted wood and glass

Mary A

Mitchell Syrop Scupltor

Photocopies, aluminum, monofilament, and Foamcor


Norman Zammitt Scupltor

Plexiglass and enamel

Zonk 1984

Fletcher Benton Scupltor

Plexiglass, steel, lights, and mechanical fittings


John Mason Artist

Stoneware with grog and quartz

Green China Wall

Charles Garabedian Artist

Wood, acrylic, and resin

Concord #10

Ron Miyashiro Artist

Wood, found objects, and pogment

Night Watch

Robert Boardman Howard Scupltor

Wood, metal, gypsum, fiberglass, resin, and polychrome


Robert Cumming Scupltor

Wood, paper, wire, and pigment

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