Sharing Magic: Central Oregon Iconic Landscapes
Tumalo Art Co. opens their group show “Sharing Magic: Central Oregon Iconic Landscapes”, November 3, from 4-8pm during the First Friday Gallery Walk. Gallery artists have created new art celebrating the landscapes Central Oregon is known for. Over 15 Tumalo Art Co. artists are represented in the show with a variety of diverse subjects.
Bruce Jackson introduces “Sanctuary” a new limited edition fine art photograph taken where Lupine blooms in early summer on the shore of the Metolius River near the upper section of Wizard Falls.
Every year Shelli Walters waits eagerly for her summer reunion with the Cascade Lakes. “Spending a warm afternoon getting completely lost in the moment and Mother Nature’s beauty is one of the Central Oregon experiences that tethers my soul to this special place”.
A self described color hound, Katherine Taylor is drawn to Smith Rock. “When the sun goes down on the basalt cliffs and that coveted red glow is at it’s height, it reminds me of the red rock of the southwest, where I lived and explored for many years.” This oil painting, “Yellow Thunder”, captures the light-filled moment.
Susan Luckey Higdon paints Steelhead Falls on the Deschutes River, using strong, spontaneous marks that focus on the power and force of the water.
Helen Brown has chosen to paint images from downtown Bend for this show, portraying the Tower Theatre on a beautiful evening, and the truly iconic ‘Art’ sculpture on the corner of Franklin and Wall.
Visit us during this First Friday Gallery Walk to see over 20 artworks of the best of Central Oregon! This show will be up through November 27.
Tumalo Art Co. is an artist-run gallery in the heart of the Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon. The gallery is open 7 days a week from 10am-8pm Monday through Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday.