Honoring Our Landscape XI
This group exhibition explores the artistic interpretation of our lands by nationally renowned painters, photographers, and sculptors. This includes work by Victoria Adams, who’s carefully rendered oils recall the majesty and unadulterated landscapes of the Hudson River School. James Cook’s thickly painted oils are an epic and expressive interpretation of our landscapes, many of which depict The Sawtooths and surrounding mountain ranges. Michael Gregory’s iconic paintings of barns and homesteads reflect on the beauty of isolation found in the Western American Landscape. Additional artists featured in the show include Theodore Waddell, Sheila Gardner, Berkeley Hoerr, Diane Andrews Hall, Pamela DeTuncq, among others.