Posted by April Waters on June 13 2019
Salem artist April Waters recently had the honor of being chosen by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to participate in their Antarctic Artists and Writers Program during the month of November, 2018. This opportunity allowed Waters to study the sea ice, ocean, icebergs, and the Maar Glacier at Palmer Station in Antarctica in preparation for her upcoming exhibit, Water-Ice-Sky, intended for student and public engagement throughout Oregon and internationally.
She is now at work on a group of large-scale paintings of the water, ice, and sky for exhibit at the Hallie Ford Museum and multiple galleries and will be doing presentations for educators, students, and the public. The exhibition will speak to the beauty and the vulnerability of Antarctica’s fragile and susceptible ecosystem.
Take a look at more images on the Antarctic Journey page, which will soon be updated with upcoming paintings and exhibits.