Join art historian Linda Cahall every third Wednesday of the month as Bend Art Center uncorks a fesh program on a famous artist or artist movement. Savor a fun evening as they examine the cultural and artistic influences that fueled great artists throughout history. This 90-minute program includes a slide presentation, libations, open conversation and occasional extras like live music, theatrical performances and cinema. Each month they’ll pour tastes of select wines and have recommended reading, in case you want to delve deeper into the month’s topic.
Art Historian Lorna Cahall explores Winslow Homer, a consummate watercolorist who captured 19th-century America and reflected the dynamic intensity of everyday life. From the beautiful mountains and streams of Canada and the Adirondacks to the sandy beaches of New England, Homer’s art illustrates mankind’s relationship with nature. $10. No RSVP required.
Wednesday, May 16 at 7pm
Bend Art Center
550 SW Industrial Way, Suite 180, Bend OR 97702