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Ripple Effects: Artworks from the Permanent Collection

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These artworks from the South Dakota Art Museum Permanent Collection reflect elemental natural wave forms in their patterns and designs. More than just a design motif, many of these works speak to the spiritual qualities and connective potency of these forms and patterns.

Roy Ahlgren, National Crevice, serigraph, #44/150, 1980 ♦ Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California 1972-76, color photograph, 1976 ♦ James Eisentrager, Poly-Conic #3, acrylic on canvas, 1982 ♦ Richard Florsheim, Spray, lithograph, 1977 ♦ Dale Lamphere, Meteor, river rock, stainless steel, c. 2004 ♦ Wu Chien Lem, Empty What’s Full, ink on paper, 1978 ♦ Wu Chien Lem, Filling What’s Empty, ink on paper, 1978 ♦ Cathryn Mallory, Ascend, Hand-felted wool, nickel-plated copper wire, wood block pulley, chain, weight ♦ Nicholas Monro, The Flood, screenprint, 1971 ♦ Lowell Nesbitt, Flamingo, silkscreen, 1981 ♦ Gabor Peterdi, Blue Surf, etching, #193/200, 1969 ♦ Paul Peterson, Advocate Valence-Levitating Above a Stock Pond, oil on canvas, 2013 ♦ Nemadji Pottery, untitled (bowl), painted ceramic, n.d. ♦ Mark Shekore, Platter, Glazed porcelain, 1981 ♦ Signe Stuart, Heat, acrylic on canvas, heptaptych, 1976 ♦ Signe Stuart, Lac qui Parle, acrylic, white conte crayon on mulberry paper, 1985 ♦ Mida Tafoya, untitled (jar), black pottery, n.d. ♦ Mida Tafoya, untitled (jar), black ceramic, n.d. ♦ Martin Wanserski, The Triumph of Intuition and Order Over Reason and Chaos, charcoal on paper, 1977 ♦ Tapio Wirkkala for Iitalla, Tree Stump, Glass, 1958 ♦ William Wold, Raku and Chrome Duet, ceramic sculpture, 1972

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