Left: Timothy Park: Darkroom "I went into the project hoping to convey the oddity of modern technology like smartphones, mixed with a historical process." Right: Sue Carrol: Sunnyside Sports "I photographed the fun-loving Sunnyside Sport Staff at work with my iphone 6. I plan to take a bike tour later this year and took this class to start thinking about how to photograph a story."

Rob Kerr: Community Display

“Rob Kerr is an iconic member of the community and education system. Also, I was blown away with his students’ work” said Stewart Fritchman, owner of Bellatazza coffee. The work from the students taking Rob Kerr’s Photo Essay class is on display in the downtown Bellatazza throughout April. Kerr has received awards from the Associated […]

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Artwork by Karen Z. Ellis displayed in the Franklin Crossing Atrium. right: Eucalyptus Snow Gum Monotype. Center: Water, Earth, Fire, Air Monotype with some hand-coloring and relief stamping. Left: Inner Landscape, Monotype with mixed-media.


Stanley William Hayter, one of the most significant printmakers in the 20th century and founder of Atelier 17 where artists such as Miro, Picasso and Kandinsky, created prints supporting the Republican cause in the Spanish Civil War. His techniques influenced artist Mandy Livingston (1970s) and Karen Ellis, participant artist in REFLECT: The Fine Art of […]

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Paula Bullwinkel observes her narrative series, a story of two girls (her daughters) in a unicorn and crow masks. Bullwinkel has been developing the story for two years now and plans to make it into a book which will be displayed in a gallery in London, England with other photos this summer. In sequence the photo titles share a little of the narrative, "Hestia Concerned Makes Inquires", "Hestia Nearly Gives Up" and "Beatrix in the City."

“Film me”

A show curated by Paula Bullwinkel to exhibit the best work being made by the advanced film photography students. This exhibit consists of black and white and silver gelatin photographs that have all been developed and printed in the darkroom. It emphasis is on exploring a personal vision and sharing the artists’ unique interpretations of […]

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Pablo Picasso, 1903, The Blind Man's Meal, oil on canvas

Picasso’s Blue Period

Jason Lamb, art history teacher at Central Oregon Community College, spoke about Picasso’s “Blue Period,” (1901–1904) a time in which Picasso painted in the chromatic color of blue. The presentation was held at the Deschutes Public Library on Feb. 13. Lamb said his goal for this presentation was to show the “sense in which artists […]

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