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Honor The Earth, Multicultural Journeys
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The Paintings of Betty LaDuke

Exhibition Dates: February 18 – March 26, 2011

Honor The Earth/Multicultural Journeys, was a solo exhibit featuring the uplifting, colorful work of international artist, activist and teacher, Betty LaDuke.

Hailing from Ashland, Oregon, LaDuke is an ardent traveler who spent thirty years spanning the globe. Throughout the United States, Latin America, Asia and Africa, LaDuke’s travels are documented in the rich, celebratory depictions of daily life, routines and rituals in various cultures.

“My work symbolizes and explores cultural diversity, people’s survival rhythms and spiritual practices, and their hopes for a better future.” ~Betty LaDuke

Understanding similarities between cultures is often the first step in accepting and appreciating differences. Betty LaDuke’s works of art express beautiful reminders of shared commonalities in the human experience, regardless of culture, race or religion.

Betty LaDuke attended the Opening Reception for Honor The Earth/Multicultural Journeys on Friday, February 18, and engaged in a lively discussion with the community.

The artwork of Betty LaDuke

Detail “Spirit House”

“Honor The Earth/Multicultural Journeys” installation view

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