December 12, 2014 – February 21, 2015
Pacific Shores Photography Exhibition
December 12, 2014 to February 21, 2015 – MAGGIE KARL GALLERY
Works by photographers from the “Pacific shores states” are highlighted in this
regional competition. This exhibition reflects current trends through all forms of photographic expression.
Click here to take a Tour of the Maggie Karl Gallery.
All Images from Pacific Shores Photography Exhibition
Pacific Shores Photography Winners
1st Place – Palouse Highlights by Patrica Davidson, Coos Bay, OR
2nd Place – Solitude by David Twining, Brookings, OR
3rd Place – Coastal Comfort by Bryan Coleman, Coos Bay, OR
Honorable Mention – Lady Washington by Julio Aparcana Bouby, North Bend, OR
Honorable Mention – Summer Dreamin’ by Bryan Coleman, Coos Bay, OR
Honorable Mention – Devilish by Susan Dimock, Bandon, OR
Honorable Mention – Arising from the Past by John R. Galvin, Sutherlin, OR
Works by the Pacific Shores Jurors
December 12, 2014 to February 21, 2015 – VAUGHAN GALLERY
Photography of Pacific Shores jurors Don Briggs, Wood Sabold, Burl Noggle, and Julie Noggle is featured. Click here to take a Tour of the Vaughan Gallery.
Selected Works by the Rental/Sales Gallery
December 12, 2014 to February 21, 2015 – PERKINS GALLERY
Learn more about this important aspect of the Museum. Works representing a variety of styles and media are available for immediate sale. Click here for a Tour of the Perkins Gallery.
From My Palette: Paintings by Monte Rogers
December 12, 2014 to February 28, 2015 – MABEL HANSEN GALLERY
A popular South Coast artist, oil painter Monte Rogers produces works inspired by the traditions of the West. His light-filled images and masterful use of unblended strokes of color are boldly expressive. Click here for a Tour of the Mabel Hansen Gallery.
Tomato Kelle Herrick Photo Collage
December 12, 2014 to February 28, 2015 – UNO RICHTER ATRIUM GALLERY
Trained in the arts of calligraphy and Japanese Sumi-e painting, Kelle Herrick brings a perceptively intimate view of nature to her photography. This sensitivity to nature combines with an innovative collage and paper constructions to create truly original works of art. Click here for a Tour of the Atrium Gallery.
Photography from the Boys & Girls Club digital arts program
December 12, 2014 to February 28, 2015 – CLARE WEHRLE COMMUNITY GALLERY
An exhibit of work by local middle and high school students exploring creative photography. Click here for a Tour of the Clare Wehrle Community Gallery.