has been a photographer since 1986. Her large color studies
of domestic interiors and the American cultural landscape
have been widely exhibited, in solo exhibitions at the
Portland Art Museum, mid-town Y Gallery in New York City,
Blue Sky Gallery in Portland and the Missoula Art Museum.
Her work is featured on book and cd covers and has been
published in the New York Times (Sophisticated Traveler)
Magazine, Oxford American, Architecture and the book Local
Heroes Changing America. During the summer of 1999 Lucy
photographed Navajo sheepherders and weavers for a project
called, Indivisible: Stories of American Community.
Lucy Capehart has received an Individual Artist Fellowship
from the Oregon Arts Commission in 1985, an Emerging Artist
Grant from the Arts Council of the Lower Cape Fear (North
Carolina), 1996 and an Opportunity Grant from the Montana
Arts Council, 2000. Her work is in the collections of the
Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, the Special
Collections Library, Duke University and the Navajo Nation
Museum, Window Rock, Arizona.
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