Art by Lynda Lanker

Bend Exhibits-October 2015

50 Scott Street
Sparrow Bakery, Stuarts of Bend, The Workhouse, Cindercone Clay Center, The Cube and Cement Elegance.
Special Last Saturday October 31, 6-10pm with Furniture Flip Design Challenge. Free to attend, donations welcome.
Armatur is a diverse collective of artists brought together by the common thread of expression. Paint, ink, pencils, photographs, dance and words are the underlying structure, or armature if you will, used to produce the language with which we speak.

Blue Spruce Pottery
20591 Dorchester E., 541-382-0197
Blue Spruce Pottery features a large selection of hand thrown stoneware including mugs, bowls, serving and baking dishes. They also create beautiful Raku fired lamps, vases and decorative wall art. Call for an appointment.

Broken Top Club
62000 Broken Top Drive
High Desert Art League Exhibit featuring Interlude by three talented artists of the High Desert Art League (HDAL) thru October 15. The artists and their artwork include dramatic and colorful watercolors by Vivian Olsen of detailed wildlife, a variety of figures and animals created with warm wax, called encaustics by Janice Rhodes and up close and personal oil portraits of tame animals and still-lifes by Barbara Slater.
The HDAL artists’ paintings may be viewed on their website:

Circle of Friends Art & Academy
19889 Eighth St., 541-706-9025
STARS for October. The creative talents of featured artists Jane Bolt, Sue Boswell and Mark Kachleinon display. Reception October 3, 4–7pm.
Bolt was born and lived most of her life in the Midwest. She and her husband retired to Central Oregon almost 11 years ago. Jane spent her life working with crafts of all kinds. After Jane retired, she was drawn to jewelry design. At first Jane made jewelry for herself and as gifts. With encouragement, she began selling her jewelry in local stores and galleries.
Boswell grew up in Southern California where she entered her first county fair at the age of five. Since those early days, her life has been clearly marked by a passion for creative expression. Sue spent time in England, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and has lived in Idaho for the past 17 years. Mountains, oceans and wildlife are among her favorite subjects. Sue’s preferred medium is watercolor.
Kachlein states, “The first 37 years of my life were spent trying very hard to be someone and something other than who I was and what I wanted to be. This little endeavor did not work.” For the past 17 years, Mark’s days have been filled with designing, hammering, grinding, bending, cutting, welding, carving and balancing the two elements he loves most—stone and steel.

Des Chutes Historical Museum
129 NW Idaho Ave.
Finding Fremont: Pathfinder of the West. Discover the story of John C. Fremont and his expedition through Central Oregon in 1843-44. An unlikely hero, Fremont’s mapping expeditions provided maps for emigrants on The Oregon Trail and beyond, launching him to fame, fortune and a bid for president of the United States of America. Developed in partnership with the Nevada State Museum in Carson City, the exhibit features archaeological evidence of the party’s route, artifacts on loan from seven different collections and the Fremont howitzer abandoned in the Sierra Nevada winter of 1844. Thru December.

DeWilde Art & Glass
321 SW Powerhouse, 541-419-3337
Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm
Handmade stained glass windows, doors and hanging works of art.

High Desert Museum
59800 S Hwy. 97
Rain, Snow or Shine. From rain to shine to snow to hail weather plays a large role in how we live our everyday lives.Opens early October.
Sage Grouse: Icon of the Sagebrush Sea opens October 16. The exhibit follows on the heels of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s determination to list the bird under the Endangered Species Act.
Tough by Nature: Portraits of Cowgirls and Ranch Women of the American West, a collection of portraits by Lynda Lanker, a Eugene artist, that honors the spirit and stories of ranch women and cowgirls who gain their sustenance and earn their livelihood from the land, opens October 9 thru January 10, 2016.
Partners in Care Arts & Care Gallery
2075 NE Wyatt Court,
Marlene Moore Alexander, 541-382-3950
Jenny and Douglas Campbell Smith. Doug and Jenny live in Bend but for the past 28 years they have been travelling to various parts of Europe, painting watercolors on site, and works on canvas in their studio when they return. Most recently the Umbrian and Tuscan areas of Italy have been their destinations, resulting in numerous paintings of this region.
Doug was a professor of art at Western Oregon University before taking the same position at Central Oregon Community College in 1973. He retired in 1995. Jenny was born in England and came to Central Oregon in 1984.

Rodes-Smithey Studio
19007 Innes Market Rd, 541-280-5635
Showing mixed media, paintings, metalwork and sculpture from Randy and Holly Smithey.

SageBrushers Art Society
117 SW Roosevelt Ave., Bend, 541-617-0900
All member show.

St. Charles Medical Center – Bend
2500 NE Neff Rd., 541-382-4321,
St. Charles Arts in the Hospital in all new Hallway to HeArt and Cancer Depts, off the south hallway, first floor with local artists and photographers.
October 1 High Desert Art League and their fabulous artists hanging for Arts in the Hospital, second floor circling cafeteria and main elevators.

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