Photo essay by Jim Erickson Nest to Fledge is unveiled at the Redmond Library exhibit through August.
This exhibit captures the journey of two American Bald Eagles at Smith Rock taken between February and June of 2015. Erickson went three to four days a week to photograph two eagles and their offspring from nesting to the fledging of the grown birds.
Black and white photographs are on display by Redmond Proficiency Academy artists created in a photography class taught by Ethan Stelzer.
Summer and Sydney Lisignoli are twins raised on a farm in Terrebonne. Their love of animals is shown through their whimsical and colorful paintings as part of the summer exhibit.
Wendy Beth Oliver, a well-known local photographer, is featuring her piece, Irrigation, Summer Evening taken in a field outside of Enterprise, Oregon. Oliver is a world traveler who shares her experiences captured with her camera.
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