Area High School Exhibition

Juried by Jamie Nadherny 

June 5 – July 26, 2019

Opening reception Wednesday, June 5, 2019

5-8 P.M.

Charlotte Bigelow – Cheney High School

Cora Cashmere – Freeman High School

Teyonia Craft – On Track Academy

Jasmine Daily – Cheney High School

Christopher Dawson – Cheney High School

Erin Dougherty – Gonzaga Prep

Kaila Emtman – Mount Spokane High School

Gillian Janda – Mount Spokane High School

Bailey Johnson – Mount Spokane High School

Candence Keller – Mount Spokane High School

Kitana Klingback – Mount Spokane High School

Michael Legkobit – Freeman High School

Caitlin Martin – Gonzaga Prep

Bella Mazza – Gonzaga Prep

Moira McLaughlin – Cheney High School

Tyler Mosset – Freeman High School

Mary Neale – Freeman High School

Shonto A. Pete – Cheney High School

Ceinwyn Phipps – Gonzaga Prep

Sarah Schlegel – Gonzaga Prep

Brandon Shaffer – Cheney High School

Tegan Shipman – On Track Academy

Grace Thompson – Mount Spokane High School

Eva Ulrichsen – Gonzaga Prep

Jaiden Wagner – Gonzaga Prep


Jamie Nadherny (Lou Lou Pink)

I am a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in sculpture, installation, and performance art. These mediums have propelled my investigations of work, labor, and action, values and ethics, public vs. private, torment and release, violence and tenderness, and craftsmanship. I reference the body as a site where the development or experience and language resides and where it can be used as a receptacle for memory and transformation.
My works are heavily influenced by the wide variety of materials and processes that I was exposed to by my mother as I was growing up. She was a taxidermist and an industrial seamstress among other trades. I draw inspiration from working with similar materials which comes with a narrative prior to my possession of them. Gathering materials ranging from animal bones, leathers, fine fabrics and found objects, I take pleasure in the process of combining them with clay, metal, wood, and performance to create new identities and untold stories.
Through the use of narrative, I am addressing the questions and issues of expectations, boundaries, goals, validation, and the widespread concerns that are placed upon individuals by culture, society, and ourselves.