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Linley B. Logan

County: Kitsap County




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Linley’s multi-disciplinary contemporary visual art includes printmaking, painting, traditional and contemporary jewelry, clay, and three-dimensional art creations. His artistic experience includes graphic and Industrial design, Indigenous arts consultant, cultural arts program manager, and curator.

Linley’s artistic foundation is rooted in his traditional Onondowga (Seneca) culture. As a multi-disciplinary visual artist, the creative language Linley artistically lives is birthed from deep within a culturally confident grounded foundation of Indigenous worldview. His creative bloodline is pre-contact. The Tonawanda Seneca Nation is Linley’s home community. Tonawanda is a matrilineal and matriarchal traditional Longhouse community. He holds a BFA in Industrial Design, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, and two AFA degrees in fine arts, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM.

Linley has attended seven International Indigenous Visual Artist’s Gatherings by invitation and presented at these gathering on his contemporary Native art, Indigenous art sovereignty, and Indigenous Arts Economy. He has curated six contemporary Native art exhibitions (five include International Indigenous Artists Gatherings), as well as all of his own solo exhibitions. Linley has presented numerous Arts Capacity Development workshops to Indigenous artists, and he has taught numerous printmaking classes to Indigenous and non-indigenous artists. He has consulted to and read grants for National, Regional, and State Native Arts organizations. Linley has served on arts boards for Regional, State, and Local arts organizations. Linley has worked in the arts-related field all of his adult life. He has made the Salish Sea his home for 22 years.

Linley creates with Indigenous intent and he lives a life of art in the art of life.

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