For anyone who lived through “snowmageddon” in Central Oregon last winter, “pretty” might not be the first word that comes to mind when describing the season, but one local photographer found beauty in the snowy scenery, and the result is a new photo exhibit called “Ice Portals,” now showing at the Bend Art Center.
In this week’s Source on the Scene, Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker got a chance to spend some time with the photographer to see the world through her lens.You can see more of Alyson Belcher’s work at www.alysonbelcher.com.
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Donna gets to know artist Paul Alan Bennett in her weekly ‘arts’ talks at Strictly Organic Coffee on SW Bond in Bend. Find out more about Paul’s art at paulalanbennett.com.
Donna Britt visits with artist Paul Alan Bennett in the weekly ‘arts’ series at Strictly Organic Coffee. When Paul saw some of his college students wearing colorful leggings and yoga pants, he was inspired to put his own art on clothes. See the entire selection at artofwhere.com or visit Paul’s website to view his clothes another art paulalanbennett.com.
Portrait artist Rodney Thompson brought several of his portraits by the Central Oregon Daily studios. Rodney specializes in fine portraiture and has won awards from Bohemia Journal, the Portrait Society of America and Drawing Magazine. See more of his drawings and paintings at rodneythompsonart.com. Rodney is available for portrait work for weddings, graduates and even pets.
Archaeologist and Artist Tina Murray talks about how her academic background in archaeology affects her acrylic paintings and graphite drawings and explains how art runs in her family. Tina showed off some of her recently commissioned pieces and explained how she pulls creative inspiration from the natural world and mythological symbolism. You can check out more of her work at tinamurrayart.com and follow her on Instagram @TinaMurrayArt.