Peter Boome Sisters Serigraph


Peter Boome Sisters Serigraph

A well balanced composition with an eagle in the center and two sisters in the wings. See the artist’s statement below.

21 3/4 inches wide x 9 3/4 inches high.

Print # 35 of 77; printed on acid free cotton rag with deckled edge

Artist’s Statement:

“I have created many guardian figures over the course of my career covering a wide range of topics and symbols. One of the things that occurred to me was that we as a society need more strong female symbols. Historically the home was a female domain, but how far back does that history go? What about matrilineal societies? In the process of thinking about this topic and all the many questions that arise, I created this female guardian figure. It is an eagle watching over a home. In the wings there are two faces that are the source of strength for the eagle. The faces are sisters.”

Peter Boome

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Peter Boome Sisters Serigraph

Coast Salish artist Peter Boome is a member of the Upper Skagit tribe of Washington State. He works in a variety of mediums, but is best known for his graphic work. Peter specializes in hand-pulled serigraphs. Peter has worked with both new and established indigenous artists across the country and as far away as New Zealand. Peter earned his AA from Northwest Indian College, his BES and MAS from Evergreen State College, and his JD from the University of Washington School of Law.

Peter’s work has been eagerly sought by collectors around the world. He has emerged as a leading Coast Salish artist, winning awards at such prestigious venues as the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, and many more. His work has been shown at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, and the Burke Museum and Washington State Museum, where his work is part of their permanent collection.

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 16 × 16 × 4 in
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