Camas Logue is a Native American artist of Klamath and Modoc heritage, born in Portland Oregon. He works in print, etching, scrimshaw, weaving, and painting. Camas’s work is a blend of surrealism, abstraction, and landscape. His landscapes focus on traditional gathering and fishing sites and the places he visits while on the road in the North West. His weaving is a mix of Klamath/Modoc, local (Chinook), and costal indigenous styles, using materials that he gathers in Oregon.
To contact Camas he can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org