Field Burn II

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Artist: Berkley Chappell

Medium: Oil (oil on canvas)

Dimensions: 36" × 58"

Location: 1 floor, #6 on the map

Waldo Lake Reflected

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Seldom does the wind remain calm for long on Waldo Lake, but in September of 1996 it remained quiet for several consecutive days, allowing me to select mirrorlike reflections along this beautiful shoreline. The early morning sun highlighting the fall color in this cove, one of many also Waldo's shoreline, makes for a tranquil, soothing moment in time. (Bronica ETR 6x4.5, 40mm, f22 @ 1/15 sec)

Waldo Lake is the second largest natural lake in Oregon and lies at an elevation of 5,414 ft. in the Cascade Mountain Range. The lake's water is amongst the clearest in the world.

Artist: Larry Walker

Medium: Print (C-Print)

Location: 1 floor, #2 on the map

The Resurrection of the Liebfrauenkircke

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The ground battle, WWII 1945, Numberg, loosened all the building stones of the church. Thus the church was unsafe for use. All the building stones were taken down, numbered and put back by the numbers with fresh mortar. This visual document of the restoration process, made from drawings and photographs by the artist while on active duty in Germany, were used to create the imagery of the aquatint.

Artist: Gordon Gilkey

Medium: Aquatint

Dimensions: 24" × 30"

Location: 1 floor, #5 on the map

Winter Hills

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Artist: Robert Weller

Medium: Watercolor

Dimensions: 24" × 30"

Location: 1 floor, #4 on the map

Still Waters

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Richard Laycock enjoys the challenge of pencil because there are no shortcuts to assure a satisfying picture. Pencil reduces the subject to shape and light which color often masks. He hopes the lack of color helps the viewers to dwell on the inherent forms in each picture.

Artist: Richard Laycock

Medium: Pencil

Dimensions: 27" × 36"

Location: 1 floor, #3 on the map

Waldo Lake Sunset

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A brilliant sunset can add such a special moment to any day of the year, but when it occurs at Waldo Lake it can be indeed spectacular, and one not soon forgotten when witnessed in all of its crimson glory. (Bronica ETR 6x4.5, 40mm, f22 @ 125 sec)

Artist: Larry Walker

Medium: Print (C-Print)

Location: 1 floor, #1 on the map

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