Five Oregon artists will be showcasing their own individual approach to the landscape in the latest show at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery.
“Different Viewpoints: The Landscape in Many Forms” will be on display in the gallery from Oct. 31 to Nov. 30, featuring work from Jodie Garrison, Cynthia Herron, Corrine Loomis Dietz, Drea Rose Frost, and Jens Lerback.
A reception is scheduled for noon to 2 pm on Oct. 31 in the gallery, with an artist talk at 1 pm.
Paintings vary from abstract images, which focus on color and shape, to representational views. Some of the paintings use the landscape as a vehicle to study color, light, or atmosphere. Others are obvious metaphors which ask the viewer to question their relationship with the natural world. For all five artists, fresh water and ocean water are subjects of fascination; as are trees, grasses, the sky, and vistas.
Additional information, including gallery hours, can be found on the gallery’s webpage.