Boise State art professor Caroline Earley took the top prize with her “Domestic Destruction” ceramic installation at the Boise Art Museum’s 2012 Idaho Triennial. The piece is now on display at BAM.
Boise State art professor Caroline Earley took the top prize with her “Domestic Destruction” ceramic installation at the Boise Art Museum’s 2012 Idaho Triennial. The piece is now on display at BAM. Provided by the Boise Art Museum
Boise State art professor Caroline Earley took the top prize with her “Domestic Destruction” ceramic installation at the Boise Art Museum’s 2012 Idaho Triennial. The piece is now on display at BAM. Provided by the Boise Art Museum
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