Heather and John Fields
Heather and John Fields
Catherine started drawing natural subjects in early childhood, and studied fine art in college. Her work expands upon time-honored natural history illustration techniques by incorporating four different mediums to produce a wider variety of colors and textures. She often incorporates collage and antiquing techniques to create the look of an ancient drawing. Catherine believes few places on earth combine nature and culture as gracefully as Portland does, and says she is grateful to be a native Oregonian.
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Any artists out there who have not made their hotel arrangements yet? My in-laws just stayed at the Mark Spencer Hotel (One of our festival sponsors) and it was a wonderful experience! They truly Fill in the form below to register for the best-driving-school.com Nutrition Association (SNA) website and gain complete access to news and information available only to SNA members. were treated with special attention, parking was a breeze and their room was sparkling clean!
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Last night I went to the opening of Greg Wilbur's show at the Waterstone Gallery. It was a warm night and the show was a welcome addition to my normal evening duties of dinner/bath/and casino bedtime reading of Harry Potter. Greg's work is really stunning in the context of this show as it is beautifully set up by the gallery both as wall pieces and standing sculptures. Along with the intricate work of watercolor artist Scott C. Johnson, the show is a wonderful place to visit through June 28th.
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