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Original Art by Camas Logue

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Camas Logue is a multidisciplinary artist who belongs to the Klamath, Modoc, and Northern Paiute tribes. Logue is a weaver, carver, fine woodworker, painter, illustrator, printmaker, and musician whose work creates meaningful connections with land while confronting past and present colonial ramifications, utilizing Indigenous knowledge bases, and imagining ways of healing and building better futures for Indigenous communities in the 21st-century culture.

Logue’s study of landscapes incorporates natural materials and geologic pattern structures. His multilayered abstract landscape paintings involve a labor-intensive method of layering oils to conjure the processes of geological time, eroding and dissolving layers of minerals and pigments to reveal hidden distributary channels within separate layers of paint. 

Logue lives with his family in the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in northwest Washington, where he’s apprenticing alongside his father-in-law, Swinomish elder and master carver Kevin Paul. Together, they work on community carving projects including pole carvings and show pieces. Additionally, Logue has been studying and teaching traditional northwest coast, Klamath, Modoc, and Paiute weaving since 2014, drawing from both his teachers’ and his own traditions.