ev·i·dence
   ˈevədəns/
   noun

     1.  the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or    proposition is true or valid. "the study finds little evidence of overt discrimination"

      synonyms: proof, confirmation, verification, substantiation, corroboration,  affirmation, attestation 

 

     2. signs; indications. plural noun: evidences "there was no obvious evidence of a  problem" synonyms: signs, indications, pointers, marks, traces, suggestions,  hints; anifestation "evidence of a struggle"

ev·i·dence artists: 

            Rick Lowe, Jesse Lott, Tracy Hicks, Noah Edmundson, Kelly Moran,

Ken Little, Bob Schneider, Rock Romano, William Cokeley, Elizabeth Fox, Inka-Maaria Jurvanen,  Perry House, Ann Harithas, Mel Chin, Erika Pochybova-Johnson,  and Meredith Jack. 

 

"Some artists journey within the confines of their canvas or selected media while others leave us with the evidence of their journeys  outside the studio in the communities where they live and work."

 

 DMA - 10/23/2014

 

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