Bruce Jackson — Intimate Landscapes
November 3 at 3:00 pm - November 28 at 7:00 pm
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Opening at Tumalo Art Co. in the Old Mill District, November 3, from 3-7pm during the First Friday Gallery Walk. Bruce Jackson’s exhibit of new imagery, focuses on the artistry expressed in smaller sections of the overall landscape. The exhibit will be up through November 28.
Well-known for his masterful compositions, Bruce Jackson’s ability to capture both the complexity and simplicity of nature shines through in his highly detailed large format fine art photographs.
His first major success came in the form of fine art posters including, ‘The Summit – Mt. Bachelor’, which sold over 20K impressions. This was followed by winning Grand Prize in the Sierra Club International Photo Competition. Since then, Bruce has created numerous iconic landscape images throughout his 30+ year career. Whether grand landscapes or images focusing on the stunning beauty and intrigue of intimate landscapes, his keen eye for texture, color and shapes has defined his classically unique style.
Bruce’s fine art images grace numerous corporate offices, organizations and private homes throughout North America.A partial list of organizations and corporations that have purchased Jackson’s photographs includes: Alaska Airlines, Audubon Coldwater Creek, Ritz-Carlton, Mt. Bachelor Inc., Hallmark, Sunset Magazine, The Sierra Club, Portland Monthly, Brooks Resources, Western Title, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and Oregon Tourism.
Please join us during November to view, absorb, enjoy and find images in Bruce Jackson’s exhibit, and throughout the gallery, that you will want to surround yourself with in your daily life.
Our monthly openings feature amazing art, connection and conversation, yummy food and excellent wine provided by VaPiano and Evoke. We would love to visit with you November 3, from 3-7pm or anytime during the month.
We are open 7 days a week—10am-7pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sundays. Soul stirring art awaits!