Katherine Taylor—Thinking Wild

Thinking Wild, opening August 5, from 3-7pm during the Old Mill District's First Friday Gallery Walk, features a new collection of Katherine Taylor’s poignant wildlife portraits. The exhibit will be up through August. Katherine’s oil paintings of animals are so intimate, their spirits and personalities shine through. This exhibit includes a bobcat, raccoon, wild horses, […]

Dorothy Freudenberg—Quiet Interactions

Dorothy Freudenberg's imagery comes from her daily interactions with nature, a great deal of which involves her walks in the neighborhoods of SW Bend, including river walks right in the Mill area. Some are naturalistic while others are interpretations constructed from bits and pieces of things that in and of themselves are almost unnoticeable. No […]

Anne Gibson—Topophilia : Canyon Paintings

Though representational, the canyon paintings in Anne Gibson's October exhibit, "Topophilia: Canyon Paintings", are a retrospective of the artist's internal journey over these past few challenging years. A time to take stock, to look and feel deeply, and to find new ways to love this troubled, challenging, exhilarating, maddening, gorgeous world. More information to come!