Michigan: An American Portrait

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    Presented by
    Gilbert Gallery

    Michigan: An American Portrait is an art and culture exhibition that looks at the history, people, and natural environment of the state of Michigan. Through original works of art by Michigan artists, relationships between place, identity, and the human experience are explored.

    This project was inspired by the PBS documentary film, Michigan: An American Portrait, as produced by film producer David Crouse, along with Chip Duncan and Bob Huck.

    Featuring work by:

    Doug Coombe
    Robert deJonge
    Elizabeth Fergus-Jean
    Raymond Gaynor
    Bill Hosterman
    Carol Irving
    John Perkins
    Robert Perrish
    Elizabeth Pollie
    Bill Schwab
    Robert Scudder

    with additional work by Yvonne Walker-Keshick and David Shananaquet.

    image: Robert DeJonge

    Crooked Tree Arts Center - Petoskey’s exhibitions are made possible thanks to
    our Visual Arts Presenter, Comfort Keepers.


    This project was made possible thanks to additional support from Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, Charlevoix County Community Foundation, and David and Teresa Crouse and Family.

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