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The High Desert Museum has announced selections for their annual invitational juried exhibit Art in the West, opening July 20 and running through September 20, 2024. Tumalo Art Co. artists juried into this prestigious museum exhibit are Anne Gibson, Sarah B. Hansen, Susan Luckey Higdon, Judy Hoiness,  Mollie Jurgenson, Dee McBrien-Lee (her mixed media artwork Hootie shown above) and Adell Shetterly whose monoprint Timeworn, was chosen to be highlighted by the Art of the West exhibition curators which will include a feature in the July issue of American Art Collector.

Timeworn by Adell Shetterly

 Adell Shetterly, who has already been interviewed by American Art Collectormagazine about her process, describes her monoprint Timeworn (above) this way—”Here, there’s a sense of timeless solitude, a place where the past whispers on the wind, a reminder of the power of nature and the echoes left behind on the trails of time. Carved into the earth are faint outlines of ancient paths etched with the work of wind and weather, travelers long gone, whispering stories of lives lived and journeys traveled. Above, the three moons hang like a celestial time-lapse, a testament to the journeys that have unfolded beneath their gazes. “

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