Friday, August 5, 5pm – 7pm.
Artist Talk at 6pm.
301 Oak Street Hood River
This August, 301 Gallery presents a new exhibit, Art of the Wild. In this show, three regional artists explore their relationship with living on the edge of wild lands, the national forests and open spaces of the Pacific Northwest. Danae Bennett-Miller is a sculptor of birds and animals large and small. Her work is seen in many public art displays around the region.
Kelli MacConnell is a printmaker focused on spectacular NW scenery. Venka Payne pursues her passion for the environment through her watercolor paintings of our surrounding forests.
Taken together, the works make a compelling and beautiful statement about wild lands in this spectacular region.
Come join us this First Friday — August 5, 2022 — to meet the artists, hear the Artist Talk at 6pm, and enjoy live music with Julianna Waters and Barry Crannell.
Crush Cider will be serving up their brews
Exhibition Dates: August, 2022.
Opening Reception: First Friday, August 5, 5pm – 7pm. Artist Talk at 6pm.
Location: 301 Gallery, 301 Oak Street, Hood River, Oregon.
Hours: Open every day, 11am-5pm.