Perri Lynch Howard

Twisp, WA

Perri Lynch Howard received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2001. Her work is a charting or mapping of sites and situations expressed through painting, drawing, sculpture, and sound. Subtle qualities of landscape are combined with symbols, maps, and icons to convey the complexity of real-world experience, inviting unique yet shared emotional responses. She has always worked with this orientation – the search for her own felt sense of place, and that of others. Sound is an intensely engaging, yet often overlooked, component of landscape and space. Over time, Howard awakened to this spatial force, integrating audio components with visual art to create installations that work in concert with the outside world. Howard has completed site-specific installations in Covas Do Rio (Portugal), Berlin, Germany, New Brunswick (Canada), the Amazon rainforest, Civita Di Bagnoregio (Italy), and in South India as a Fulbright Scholar.


Mad Campus

September 13 - October 25, 2014

From September 13 to October 25, 2014, the University of Washington welcomed MadArt’s latest public art installation, Mad Campus, onto its grounds. In this exhibition, 12 temporary, site-specific works by 13 artists were displayed in various outdoor locations on the UW campus. Inspired by their locations, from hidden nooks to...

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