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April Exhibition in The Gallery

Exhibition April 3 – 27, 2019
Opening Reception: April 5, 6-8pm

CCA challenged artists to consider and respond to the definition: “movement from one part of something to another.”  Migration brings attention to the ways and reasons for movement around the world. Whether it be economic, political, cultural, religious, environmental, or a reason beyond one’s control, people have and will continue to migrate.


Artists who will be showing in the Gallery for the month of April include:
Debora Lorang, Sara Yeomans, Joe Reece, Nancy H. Brown, Julia Shangguan, Erin Doty, Julie Abowitt, Irene Jonas, Kristi Heck, Diana Milia, Hampton Rodriguez, Myrna Anderson, Alan Root, Jurgen Hess, Gigi Conot, Judi L. Baker, Janet Essley, Tim Moore, Daniel Dancer, Tom Lehmann, Matthew Dockrey and Brad Lorang.

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Rich Bergeman

April Exhibition in the Lobby

Exhibition April 3 – 27, 2019
Opening Reception: April 5, 6-8pm

Rich Bergeman’s work focuses on investigating and interpreting local histories of the Pacific Northwest through photographs and stories of what’s been left behind.  He uses both film and digital cameras in his work, including pinhole and infrared, and prints in both the traditional platinum process and in contemporary archival pigment ink.

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Charlene Rivers At Windermere

Windermere Realty in April

Charlene Rivers’ playful landscape paintings inspired by the Columbia River Gorge are on display for the month of April at Windermere.  Their large scale, vibrant color, and lively movement are a perfect compliment to the energy of Spring.

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Jen Smith At Cathedral Ridge Winery

April Exhibition

Exhibition April 2 – June 4, 2019
Opening Reception: April 17, 5-7pm

Through the act of exploration, Jen Smith responds to the natural world in its ever-evolving state through the medium of charcoal, pastel pencil and watercolor.  Her work although naturalistic is very modern and clean and showcases each subject with great detail and emotion.

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