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Landscape Show 2021: Mother River

(Photo Credit: Brian Chambers Photography)

Mother River: The Columbia and Her Tributaries

Exhibition July 2nd-31st, 2021

Opening Reception: Friday July 2nd from 5-7pm

The Pacific Northwest is known for its amazing rivers – many of which pour into the Columbia. The Columbia is a source of livelihood, commerce, recreation, transportation, food, and irrigation. We all love our rivers and want to see them preserved and respected. This show is an effort to raise awareness about our rivers. It is also an opportunity to exhibit the work of the many talented landscape artists in the region.

Artists are invited to submit their interpretations of the Columbia River (or one of her many tributaries such as the Klickitat or the White Salmon rivers etc.) Work in all mediums will be accepted including painting, drawing, printmaking, fiber, photography, glass, ceramics, and new media. The goal of the show is to celebrate the stunning Gorge landscape with a specific focus on our rivers. What does the river mean to you?

BIPOC, LGBTQ, Handicapped Encouraged to Apply.

Deadline for Submissions June 7th

Apply via email with 5-10 images with Title/medium/dimensions.

or send directly to:

Rachael Erickson
Gallery Manager

(Artists will be notified of decision on the 8th)

Columbia Center for the Arts

215 Cascade Avenue
PO Box 1543
Hood River, OR 97031
(541) 387-8877
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Center Hours

Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm
(Closed during installations
each month the week before
First Friday.)

We are committed to proper
COVID precautions. We require
everyone visiting the gallery to
wear a mask and observe
social distancing procedures.
We look forward to seeing you.

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