Public Sculptures by Elizabeth Gahan seen at Washington Elementary School, Wenatchee - The Geode
Public Sculptures by Elizabeth Gahan seen at Washington Elementary School, Wenatchee - The Geode
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"The Geode," aluminum, acrylic, DiBond & Sintra, 10'h x 25'w x 10'd. Human-made industrial and synthetic materials take on crystal-like forms inspired by nature. Three-dimensional shapes emerge and protrude from the stairwell ceiling spreading across the walls like a living and evolving entity. Forms transition in color and scale creating a sense of movement and growth. Washington State Arts Commission in partnership with Wenatchee School District State Art Collection. Elizabeth Gahan's permanent artwork, installed 2018 at Washington Elementary School located at the second-story entrance to the main stairway and inside the stairwell.

Meet the Creator

Elizabeth Gahan

Seattle, WA

Elizabeth R Gahan is a Seattle-based artist. She grew up in San Diego, CA. She received dual undergraduate degrees in Global Studios and Fine Art from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a masters degree in Fine Art from Claremont Graduate University with an emphasis in painting. Gahan then attended a residency program at the Banff Centre, Canada to pursue installation art. Her current art practice combines 2D studio art and 3D installation art. Gahan currently works from a space at Equinox Studios in Georgetown, Seattle.

In 2014 Gahan was selected and recognized in the Americans for the Arts 2014 Public Art Network Year in Review. Gahan has been awarded multiple fellowships, grants and public commissions including, but not limited to Artist Trust GAP Grant, City of Seattle 1% for Arts, Seattle City Artist Project Grant, Seattle Storefronts, Tacoma Spaceworks, and Seattle Art Interruptions.

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