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Dawn Endean has been making art for over 40 years and has been working primarily as a printmaker since 2010. She has exhibited at the Bellevue Arts Museum, in Seattle at Shift Gallery; the Jacob Lawrence Gallery; and the Columbia City Gallery as well as the Schack Art Center in Edmonds; The Island Gallery on Bainbridge Island; The Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend and Mighty Tieton in Tieton Washington. In California her work has been exhibited at the Turner Print Museum in Sacramento and Gallery 25 in Fresno. Endean currently teaches Printmaking at the Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle and at The BARN on Bainbridge Island.
In recent years I have been fascinated with the dogs that I encounter. I have been taken with the vulnerability of these animals; how dependent they are on the luck of the draw. They accept their lot; often with joy, loyalty and sweetness. Any love, kindness and attention they are shown is freely returned, magnified one hundred fold.
My process involves building layers using a combination of intaglio plates, painting on plexiglass and collaging. Because of the intricacy of this layering, I work primarily in monoprints or small series of related prints.
Dawn Endean is represented in Helena, Montana by 1+1=1 Gallery. Her artwork is always available for viewing during regular business hours at the gallery located at 434 N. Last Chance Gulch. Please call 406.431.9931 for more information about Dawn’s work.