Redmond Branch Library presents Nancy Misek as the featured artist and the Colors of Oregon both through September 30. A reception for Colors of Oregon exhibition August 16, 6–8:30pm in the library.
Award-winning local pastel painter, Misek grew up in Oregon and has always loved the beauty of the outdoors and the amazing variety of God’s creation. Misek is a member of Plein Air Painters of Oregon as well as several other local and regional art organizations.
Misek prefers plein air painting (outdoor) to studio painting. She particularly enjoys painting places that are close to her heart. These images are often meant to make the viewer feel as if he/she has stumbled upon a place of quiet, strength and solitude. Viewers of her paintings are invited to step into a landscape that will take them to place where they can slow down, breathe the air and feel as though they are surrounded by the peace and quiet in nature.
827 SW Deschutes Ave., Redmond
Monday –Friday: 10–6pm. Tuesday: 10–8pm, Saturday: 10–5pm.
The Colors of Oregon: Second Annual Juried Exhibition
The Friends of the Redmond Branch Library Second Annual Juried Art Exhibition in the Redmond Branch Library August 9-September 12.
The theme of The Colors of Oregon exhibition is specific only to the State of Oregon.
2014 Juror is Linda Gilmore Hill who came to Redmond in 1985. She has owned two businesses and is semi-retired from the American Cancer Society. She is a working artist with 30 plus years of experience. She is presently a commissioner and chair of RCAPP, Redmond Commission for Art in Public Places and is actively involved in projects which serve to beautify and improve life in the City of Redmond.
A reception for this exhibition is planned for August 16, 6– 8:30pm in the library.