I had the chance to see Regina Benson's exhibit at the Chehalem Cultural Center last weekend. It's worth the trip! Regina will be giving a lecture at the Center on September 29, the last day of the show, at 1pm. RSVP with the Center.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Thursday, September 27, 2012
The Elements at Woodburn Art Center through September 28th
Catherine Beard, La Jolla Winter, detail
The Woodburn Art Center is located at 2551 N. Boones Ferry Road, Woodburn, OR 97071 The Art Center is run by volunteers and their hours are Friday and Saturday noon to 3, but they are often open at other times. Please call them at 503-982-6450 if you would like to come at a different time. The show will be at the art center through September 28th.
On left, Catherine Beard, La Jolla Winter, detail. On right, Mary Arnold, Misty Moonlight.
Elizabether Bamberger, High Desert Rock Face.
Emily Stevens, Gratitude
Terry Grant, Earth: the Source of Life (left), Water: the Essential Ingredient (right)
Bonnie Bucknam, Into Thin Air
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Bold Expressions at the Bellevue Arts Museum
Bold Expressions: African American Quilts from the Collection of Corrine Riley is now on view at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue, Washington. I had the chance to see this fabulous show a couple of weeks ago. Here are some of the quilts in the show. I took these photos with my phone, so they're not the best. The show runs until October 7, 2012, so get yourself over there! You can order the catalog of the show from Amazon.
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Friday, September 21, 2012
New Design! Purses for Sale
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Thursday, September 20, 2012
Iguazu Park is located at the point where Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay meet. It's a Unesco World Heritage Site. More than 275 waterfalls are located in the jungle at the confluence of the Rio Parana and the Rio Iguazu. Here are just a few photos from my two-and-a-half day stay there last June. The rivers were particularly muddy, but the weather was wonderful, in the 70's and no rain! Unusual, they said.
Coaties gone shopping.
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