Painters from throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond gather annually in the Columbia River Gorge to capture the incredible light and views. We are thrilled to have artists from throughout
Painters from throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond gather annually in the Columbia River Gorge to capture the incredible light and views.
We are thrilled to have artists from throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond, gathering again to capture the incredible light and views of the Columbia River Gorge. After four days painting en plein air, works will be displayed at Maryhill; juror Peggi Kroll Robert will award prizes to the most exceptional works and in categories such as “Best Sky,” “Best Mountain,” “Best Water,” “Maryhill Museum Award,” and a museum purchase award.
Paintings are available for purchase August 1 through August 28, 2021 in the Event Sales Gallery in the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Education Center. Proceeds support Maryhill Museum of Art. As work is sold and removed, other work created during the paint-out will replace it.
Celeste Bergin, Tedd Chilless, Wayne Chin, William Elston, Amalia Fisch, Katy Ann Fox, Laura Gable, Scott Gellatly, Carole Gray-Weihman, Susan Elwart Hall, Dotty Hawthorne, Debra Huse, Aaron Cordell Johnson, Thomas Kitts, Steve Kleier, Ken Klos, Bhavani Krishnan, Tracy Leagjeld, David Marty, Alison Leigh Menke, Anton Pavlenko, Joanne Radmilovich Kollman, Natasha Ramras, Cathleen Rehfeld, Sally Reichmuth, James Sampsel, Erik Sandgren, Raphael Schnepf, Kristina Sellers, Mark Shasha, Nathan Sowa, Matt Sterbenz, Melanie Thompson, Elo Wobig, Rick Woods, Paul Zegers, Yong Hong Zhong, Yer Za Zue.
PARTNERS & SPONSORS:
We are pleased to partner once again with Friends of the Columbia Gorge, to focus on joint public education efforts showcasing the connection between arts and conservation. THANK YOU sponsors Byron and Sue Henry, Stephen and Laura Muehleck, Dave Burbach Photography, and Friends of the Gorge.
Image: Yong Hong Zhong (Lake Oswego, OR), Vista House at Sunset, 2019, watercolor on paper, 12” x 16”; Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art
1 (Sunday) 10:00 am - 28 (Saturday) 5:00 pm PST
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