Jim Diem • Tom Herrera • Nancy Houfek • Susannah Lints
Beth Lyons • Heather Marlow • Gene Phillips • Kelly Phipps
CJ Rench • Rabun Thompson • David Sherburne • MacRae Wylde
About the Show
The artists are:
- Jim Diem- ceramic planters
- Tom Herrera- free standing metal/glass sculpture
- Nancy Houfek- large floral oils
- Susannah Lints- tile mirrors and garden luminaries
- Beth Lyons- fruits, vegetables and flowers in acrylic
- Heather Marlow- silk fusion wall hangings
- Gene Phillips- incised ceramic containers
- Kelly Phipps- plasma cut metal sculptures and luminaries
- CJ Rench- free standing metal sculpture
- Dave Sherburne- mixed media fountains and bird baths
- Bill Sturman- watercolor florals
- Rabun Thompson- ceramic totems and wall plaques
- MacRae Wylde- free standing reclaimed metal sculpture.
This show is curated by Sally Reichmuth and Bill Sturman.
First Friday, June1
“Art in the Garden” will be on display the entire month of June and the Artist's Reception will be Friday, June 1st from 6 to 8pm, accompanying Hood River's First Friday celebration.
Come welcome incoming executive director Kyle DeVaul and say farewell to outgoing director Joanie Thomson.
Enhanced Art of Garden-Making: New Inspirations in Garden Design
Accompanying the show will be a free lecture on “The Enhanced Art of Garden-Making: New Inspirations in Garden Design” by Marian McNew of Mt. Hood Gardens. She will describe the artistic elements important in garden design, illustrated by her beautiful collection of slides from gardens both local and abroad. The presentation takes place in the theater of the Columbia Arts Center on Saturday, June 2, from 2:00 – 3:30 pm.
Thanks to the Trout Lake Arts Council
Thanks to the Trout Lake Arts Council for their generous support for this show. Click to learn about the Trout Lake Arts Council.
Please email Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 541-387-8877, ext. 115.
About Columbia Art Gallery
Columbia Art Gallery, located in the Columbia Center for the Arts, is a non-profit community gallery with the mission to promote an arts-rich environment in the Columbia River Gorge. Click for directions.