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‘Re Building’ celebrates MoNA’s permanent collection

From landscapes to myths, exhibition highlights Northwest masters

William Cumming’s gnomic and arresting “Return to Odysseus: Tribute to Nikos Kazanikas [sic], 1984” is an abstract piece showcasing the silhouettes of people and a dog.
William Cumming’s gnomic and arresting “Return to Odysseus: Tribute to Nikos Kazanikas [sic], 1984” is part of the exhibition “Re Building: Celebrating the Role of the Permanent Collection in Building up MoNA’s Significance, Past and Present” at La Conner's Museum of Northwest Art. The show acts as a historical marker of late, great Pacific Northwest artists. (Photo by Stephen Hunter)
By Stephen Hunter CDN Contributor
At La Conner’s Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA), the exhibition “Re Building: Celebrating the Role
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