Boise State University ceramics professor Caroline Earley’s “Clinch II” (2016), ceramic, slipcast stoneware, is part of the 2017 Idaho Triennial. Earley’s “Domestic Disturbance” installation took the top prize at the 2014 Idaho Triennial.
Boise State University ceramics professor Caroline Earley’s “Clinch II” (2016), ceramic, slipcast stoneware, is part of the 2017 Idaho Triennial. Earley’s “Domestic Disturbance” installation took the top prize at the 2014 Idaho Triennial. Provided by the artist
Boise State University ceramics professor Caroline Earley’s “Clinch II” (2016), ceramic, slipcast stoneware, is part of the 2017 Idaho Triennial. Earley’s “Domestic Disturbance” installation took the top prize at the 2014 Idaho Triennial. Provided by the artist
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Most of the artists featured in BAM’s 2017 Idaho Triennial have ties to Boise State

February 16, 2017 06:04 PM

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