June 5 - July 27
The Flora and Fauna of Jackson Bottom
Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve—a 635-acre wetland along the Tualatin River—is a critical habitat for many species and an important migration stop for numerous types of birds. This exhibit presents the work of artists from the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. With the help and guidance of staff from Hillsboro Parks & Recreation, these artists have spent the past year illustrating the flora and fauna of Jackson Bottom in an effort to foster greater understanding and appreciation for this thriving natural resource.
Meet the artists at our First Tuesday Art Walk on June 5 & July 3 from 5 - 8 pm.
August 7 - September 21
by Evelyn Fritz, Victoria Shepherd, Katherine McDowell, Peter Peterson
Discover unexpected perspectives and abstract vistas in the contemplative landscapes of this mixed-media group exhibit. From swirling trees and sand-textured surfaces to foggy encaustic vistas and the color fields of abstract lakes, these four fantastic artists show us the mood, imagination, and possibilities of the natural world rendered abstractly.
Meet the artists at our First Tuesday Art Walk on August 7 & September 4 from 5 - 8 pm.
With thanks to our First Tuesday sponsor, Decadent Creations