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Spokane Creators

Allen and Mary Dee Dodge

Wood, clay, silk, cotton, paint, printmaking, copper, glass, india ink, photography and cement have been some of our materials in the past. Lately, we've been using welded steel and vitreous enamels in our work.

​We've also done some fun community commissions for the Coeur d'Alene public library and the Ketchum Community Library in Hailey, Idaho. Also the children's library and young adult's reading area at the Hayden Lake Library in Hayden, Idaho. Downtown Lewiston Streetscapes in Lewiston, ID, hired us to create benches for their public art project. We also created a series of bike racks in Midtown, Coeur d'Alene with sculptor Dale Young.

Public art commissions also include The CleanUp Crew at the new Coeur d'Alene state-of-the-art Wastewater Treatment Facility 765 W. Hubbard Ave.. "Intersections" was another project that commemorated the Native American and logging history of Coeur d'Alene. See this piece at the roundabout between College Drive and W. River Avenue.

​We were commissioned by the city of Spokane Washington to build seven 10 foot tall steel creatures we call The Menagerie.

We do custom artwork and commissions including home furnishings, exterior gates, fences and outdoor sculpture. Contact us with ideas and inquiries.

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