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The Spokane House Interpretive Center Mural Project. Starting in 2020 with concept drawings, I took on the task of painting a large series of five murals that cover three sides of the Interpretive Center which is located in Riverside State Park. The painting was accomplished over two summers, 2021 and 2022. There were old and fading murals on the building that were in dire need of repainting and altering some of the historical inaccuracies, while retaining some of the original design and concept. With the help of a few Spokane Tribal members, Friends of Spokane House historians and Washington State Park rangers, who provided some prep work and much historical advising, I volunteered all of my time and skills to complete these murals. The murals were designed to be a visual tour of a pre-contact Spokane fishing village moving forward in time to the early 19th century when fur traders began arriving at this site. The murals are part of a self guided tour for park visitors when the interpretive center is closed.

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