Coos Art Museum is pleased to present "River of Bronze," an invitational sculpture exhibition featuring work by ten western artists, showing February through April. An opening reception is planned for 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, February 17 at the museum.
River of Bronze
INVITATIONAL SCULPTURE EXHIBITION
February 17, 2017 – April 8, 2017
Bronze is an art media with a tradition spanning four millennia. Used to express ideas, spiritual to utilitarian, bronze – an alloy of copper and tin – arose with early civilizations and continues in importance to this day. This river of bronze through time is also reflected by its production with red hot liquid metal poured into molds. Ten western artists have been selected for their distinctive and individual approaches to bronze sculpture.
They are: Ann Morris of Lummi Island, Washington; Mitch Rolicheck of Coos Bay Oregon; James Fritz also of Coos Bay; Charles Tatum of Bandon, Oregon; Geoff McCormack of Eugene, Oregon; Bryon Draper of Springville, Utah; Margaret Stanton Murray of Corralitos, California; Steve Reinmuth of Eugene; and Tom and Linda Walsh of San Jose, California.
SPONSORED IN PART BY SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
February 24, 2017 – April 8, 2017
Annual art competition for high school students from throughout southern Oregon.
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