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 stu
Antarctic journey: Waters on ice A new frontier for Oregon painter April Waters, known for her waterscapes and large-scale portraits: a research station in Antarctica.
Salem artist April Waters has recently been chosen by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to participate in their Antarctic Artists and Writers Program during the month of November, 2018. This honor allows 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.
Upon her return, Waters will complete an exhi
Many works featured in the Spring 2018 edition of Salem Magazine.
Every medal, insignia, and rank on Edward Allworth's World War I Army uniform is in the right place.
April Waters went to great lengths to make sure of that, enlisting the help of a military historian and a uniform expert to know where the awards and decorations belonged on his chest, lapels, collars and shoulder sleeves
Waters' portrait of Major Edward Allworth was commissioned by Oregon Percent for Art and the Oregon Department of Veteran's Affairs for the Edward Allworth Veteran's Home in Lebanon, Oregon. Allworth was a Medal of Honor Recipient in World War 1. After distinguishing himself in war, he returned to Oregon and was the Director of the Oregon State University Memorial Union for over 30 years.
The portrait plus two additional paintings ("Seal Cove, Salmon River Estuary" and
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September 24 - November 5, 2016
Confluence presents paintings by April Waters and Bets Cole, two Oregon-based artists and friends who offer distinctive perspe
This year the 50 Works /50 Weeks / 50 Years exhibit is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Bush Barn Art Center with selected works from the Salem Art Association Permanent Collection. Paintings and Prints by notable Oregon artists include the work of Tom Hardy, Charles Heaney, Laverne Krause, Betty LaDuke, Lyle Matoush, Jack McLarty, the Runquist Brothers and April Waters. January 16 - December 23, 2015.
Living Future 2012 Program
The International Living Future Institute is hosting its sixth annual unConference, Living Future 2012, on May 2nd - 4th, 2012 at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower in Portland, Oregon. Living Future is the forum for leading minds in the green building movement seeking solutions to the most daunting global issues of our time. Out-of-the-ordinary learning and networking formats provide innovative design str
University of Portland, Buckley Center Gallery
August 21 to September 21
5000 N. Willamette Blvd, Portland, OR
Gallery Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 am to 8 pm, Saturday 8:30 am to 4pm
November 5-6, 2011 - The 18th Annual Sitka Art Invitational will take place in Miller Hall at the World Forestry Center in Portland, OR (near the Oregon Zoo). With an anticipated 450 pieces of art by 120 artists, this promises to be one of the most comprehensive exhibits of work by contemporary Pacific Northwest artists.
This city's biggest, boldest gallery - the tomato-red interior of the Salem Conference Center - holds a new art show that benefits this imposing space.
The Fourth Annual Mayor's Oregon Artists Series features work by 31 of the state's most respected artists. Entry was by invitation only - the most prestigious kind of show.
At Wednesday's opening gala, jurors will announce the Mayor's Grand Purchase Award winner. It will become part of the Salem Conference Center's permanent collection
Painter April Waters on her series of paintings called "Sheroes"
Guest host Kathleen Stephenson interviews painter April Waters about her series of paintings called "Sheroes," which is currently on exhibit through April 21st at Portland Artists Repertory Theater at 1515 SW Morrison.
"Sheroes" is an exhibit of larger than life portraits and water. The women in the portraits, Vandana Shiva, Malalai Joia, Wangari Maathai, Helen Caldicott, Amy Goodman and Maude Barlow, have all fo
By Barbara Curtain, Statesman Journal
If the 2009 Salem Art Fair & Festival reminds you more of the gardens of Giverny than Bush's Pasture Park — well, that's no coincidence. April Waters, the Salem artist commissioned to do the poster, admires impressionist painter Claude Monet. She plans to visit his studio and gardens in France this summer. Given the freedom to create art of any kind for the fair, she chose a Monet-esque study of water rather than a lit
By Barbara Curtain, Statesman Journal
If you've been a hospital patient or kept vigil for a loved one, you may know about sterile, artificially lit rooms that seem devoid of a human touch. They're a far cry from the new patient-care tower at Salem Hospital and a growing number of other medical settings that embrace "evidence-based design." Natural light, views of green spaces and the sight and sound of running water surely are more pleasant than what institu
April 7 opening at OSU LaSells Stewart Center, Tuesday April 7, 2009 from 6:30 to 8:30. The LaSells Stewart Center is located at the corner of Western Avenue and 26th Street.
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