SEPTEMBER 2010 – JANICE DRUIAN & NANCY DASEN

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Inspired by big western skies that “allow one to really breathe…to stop for a moment and take it all in”, Janice Druian’s most recent series of oil paintings invite the viewer to experience the emotion of that expansive space and light a long with her. Her work recieved honorable mention in the Yosemite Renaissance XXV exhibit.

Nancy Dasen’s recent work, in both print and clay, involves representations of the land as it might be viewed aerially, some having a topographic or almost map-like quality. Dasen’s fanciful hand-built ceramics, often with inscrutable meanings. are beautifully etched and glazed leaving the clay to speak for itself.

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Workshops & Classes Online and In-person

David Kinker will teach Painting Magic every Thursday, 9:30-noon at Sagebrushers through May.  Contact David to sign-up. Sarah B. Hansen will be teaching an online workshop, Lyrical Watercolors of Spring 

Awards and Honors

Helen Brown received an Award of Distinction and Judy Hoiness art work received 5th place recognition at the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s Spring experimental aqueous media show held in Yachats.