Coos Art Museum celebrates winter exhibitions ranging from "People and Prints" to work by printmaker Robert Kipniss, Corvallis-based photographers, ceramist Elena Karina Canavier, and the Oregon group of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators.
Opening Reception: December 9, 2016, 5-7:00 pm
MAGGIE KARL and VAUGHAN GALLERIES: December 9, 2016 – February 4, 2017
PERMANENT COLLECTION: PEOPLE AND PRINTS
Selections from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Many newly acquired works will be on display for the first time at the Museum. Tour the gallery below!
PERKINS GALLERY: December 9, 2016 – February 4, 2017
ROBERT KIPNISS: MEZZOTINTS AND LITHOGRAPHS
Mezzotints and lithographs by the world famous New York printmaker. Most are from the Museum’s Permanent Collection.Tour the gallery below!
MABEL HANSEN GALLERY: December 9, 2016 – February 11, 2017
LOW TIDE LANDSCAPES
Eight Corvallis-based Oregon photographers who reveal the exposed beaches and headlands of the coast during low tides. Each has a different photographic style and uses techniques as diverse as pinhole and iPhone cameras. Tour the gallery below!
UNO E. RICHTER ATRIUM GALLERY: December 9, 2016 – February 11, 2017
ELENA KARINA CANAVIER: CERAMIC RETROSPECTIVE
The late ceramist Elena Karina Canavier created sculptural porcelain works inspired by creatures of the sea. She was Craft Coordinator at the National Endowment for The Arts, Special Assistant for the Arts to The Office Vice President, and Director of the Public Art Trust during the 1970s. Her work is found in major collections throughout the US, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Smithsonian. Tour the gallery below!
CLARE WEHRLE COMMUNITY GALLERY: December 9, 2016 – February 11, 2017
TIDAL WATERS: IMAGES BY THE GUILD OF NATURAL SCIENCE ILLUSTRATORS
The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators – Oregon Group. Their artwork follows a long tradition of scientific illustration where attention to detail and accuracy are paramount. This art allows viewers to observe the unobservable, the beauty of nature up close.
Read more about: