Updated: Apr 2
Last Friday we enjoyed welcoming more than 100 people to an opening reception for the new art installation at the McConnell Mansion that coincided with Moscow’s Artwalk. Old friends and new acquaintances stopped by to see the beautiful prints of Kristin Carlson Becker, a local artist. Her pieces are a perfect fit for the Mansion because each playfully presents the curious histories of many downtown buildings. The colorful prints that make up “Making Making Street: Buildings in Transition” not only draw on historic photos but also on prints produced by Palouse Prairie students who worked with Kristin over the past year. The results of this inventive collaboration are fun, lively, and intriguing.
The exhibit will be up at the McConnell Mansion for much of the summer, so don’t miss your chance to see these unique tributes to local history in person!
To see more of Kristin’s work, visit her website here.