Pin It
Favorite

VISUAL ART | War Stories 

click to enlarge One of the works on display at the downtown Spokane Public Library. - CLARKE HUMPHREY
  • Clarke Humphrey
  • One of the works on display at the downtown Spokane Public Library.

Anthony Stevenson, who paints under the name Salik Seville, moved to Spokane about a year and a half ago from Memphis. A Navy veteran, he's spent the past four years homeless, but relocating to the area has helped him get back on his feet. Now he uses his art to showcase what he's been going through, and offer others going through similar situations the hope they need to push through.

"I just want to inspire others and do my part," he says. "You might be having hard times or come from a hard background, but you should always think about what you can do to help people." His work is being showcased at the downtown Spokane Library until the end of March.

  • Pin It

Latest in Arts & Culture

  • Road Rules
  • Road Rules

    Viggo Mortensen returns to Sandpoint for a good cause, and with a good movie to share
    • Jan 12, 2017
  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    A sportswriting ringer, killer coffee and rebirth of a TV classic
    • Jan 12, 2017
  • Goddesses Eclectic
  • Goddesses Eclectic

    Ross Coates' thought-provoking "Mary Crosses" pay tribute to female spiritual icons from throughout humanity
    • Jan 12, 2017
  • More »

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Today | Wed | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun | Mon
Chris Bovey: My Spokane

Chris Bovey: My Spokane @ Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Tuesdays-Sundays

All of today's events | Staff Picks

More by Clarke Humphrey

Most Commented On

Readers also liked…

  • Blind Faith
  • Blind Faith

    In a vacant lot by the railroad tracks, an unlikely friendship is found
    • Jan 7, 2016
  • Home Away From Home
  • Home Away From Home

    Spokolonia gives Spokane's Polish community a chance to unite
    • Jul 29, 2015

© 2017 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation