Speaking: Place as Collaborator

Speaking: Place as Collaborator

What is an “episodic lifetime artist in residence?” On November 2 at 7 PM Corvallis Art Guild will feature a discussion with Eugene artist Leah Wilson, a multi-media visual artist and writer in Eugene. Her presentation will focus on Place as Collaborator.

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Speaking: Listening to the Forest

Speaking: Listening to the Forest

Arts-Sci at OSU will feature a discussion with Eugene artist Leah Wilson, a multi-media visual artist and writer in Eugene. Her presentation will focus on her new installation in the Forest Science Complex. Listening to the Forest spans the scale of an old-growth tree from the cellular level, to one growing in the forest. The installation creates a contemplative visual experience of light, color, shadow, and rhythm.

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Common Ground at Anti-Aesthetic Gallery

Common Ground at Anti-Aesthetic Gallery

Common Ground Anti-Aesthetic Gallery, Eugene, Oregon Dates: August 3 – October, 2020  Address: 245 W 8th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401 Hours: By appointment Contact: Eugene Contemporary Art   Attention-Devotion and Consider a Tree at Anti-Aesthetic Gallery, Eugene Contemporary Art, Eugene, Oregon, 2020 Eugene Contemporary Art is pleased to present Common Ground – a platform for a host of conversations and events alongside an exhibition with works by Eugene Contemporary Art artist members and invited artists.      As a way of getting to ecology through art, Common Ground is a space for exchanges... Read More
Time and Place: Ecological Works

Time and Place: Ecological Works

Time and Place: Ecological Work At Liberty Arts Collective, Bend, Oregon Curated by Andries Fourie Dates: November 1 – January 4, 2020 Opening Reception: Friday, November 1, 2019, 5:00 PM Panel Discussion: Saturday, November 16, 2019, 11:00 AM, Moderated by Andries Fourie with artist Leah Wilson, Dr. Brooke Penaluna (research fish biologist with Pacific Northwest Research Station, U.S.D.A Forest Service) Dr. Michael Nelson (a philosopher and economist who is Oregon State’s lead principal investigator at Andrews) and Louise Shirley (Curator of Natural History at the High Desert Museum). The... Read More
Divergence

Divergence

June 7 – July 26, At Liberty Arts, Bend, OR.
Opening Reception June 7, 5pm.
Divergence is a group exhibition curated by Andries Fourie, exploring the artistic strategies of eight artists who work in different ways and investigate a variety of subjects, but also share an affinity for elegance, technical skill and design.
The photographs, paintings, drawings and prints of Hong Chun Zhang, Susan Rochester, Nathan Lewis, Analee Fuentes, Tallmadge Doyle, Leah Wilson, Kirsten Furlong and Frank Miller show us that conceptually-driven art can also be visually sophisticated and beautiful: a balanced marriage of form and content. Their work celebrates the fact that artists who follow different visual paths can still reach the same destination.

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Collecting Evanescence at Lane Community College

Collecting Evanescence at Lane Community College

Leah Wilson’s solo exhibition of work from the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest titled, Leah Wilson: Collecting Evanescence  will be seen at Lane Community College Main Campus Art Gallery in Eugene, OR. January 7 – February 6, 2019. Opening Reception January 10 from 4:30 – 6pm.

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Collecting Evanescence – Six Years at the Andrews

Collecting Evanescence – Six Years at the Andrews

Collecting Evanescence – Six Years at the Andrews Leah Wilson: Collecting Evanescence Six Years at the Andrews Joan Truckenbrod PopUp Gallery, Corvallis, Oregon Dates: October 6 – October 27, 2018  Opening Reception: Saturday, October 6, 2018, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Artist Talk: Saturday, October 6, 2018, Corvallis Art Walk: Thursday, October 18, 2018, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Address: 517 SW Second St., Corvallis, OR Hours: Saturday 12:p0 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Leah Wilson’s solo exhibition of work from the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest since 2012 titled, Leah Wilson: Collecting... Read More
Metanoia Catalyst

Metanoia Catalyst

Metanoia Catalyst More Metanoia Catalyst Metanoia Catalyst LEAH WILSON & KATE ALI HULT CENTER PLAZA JULY 27, 2018 – AUGUST 3, 2018 Eugene BRIDGE Exhibitions 2018 How do we adapt to radical change? What does regeneration look like? How do we foster positive growth in our struggling populations? How can we improve/impact our social and cultural landscape to foster a sense of belonging and hope for the future? These questions are being considered at micro and macro levels across our city, state, country and global community, from Eugene’s art community to Federal land management and... Read More
Art/Science Convergences at OSU

Art/Science Convergences at OSU

Art/Science Convergences at OSU The Spring Creek Project, Oregon State University Presents Art/Science Convergences at OSU Dates:  Thursday, April 7, 2016, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Address: Oregon State University, Memorial Union Journey Room Older Post: ← Rot: The Afterlife of Trees @ The World Forestry Center, Portland, OR Newer Post: The End to Adventures in Unemployment - The Beginning to Adventures in Self Employment... Read More
Rot: The Afterlife of Trees @ The World Forestry Center, Portland, OR

Rot: The Afterlife of Trees @ The World Forestry Center, Portland, OR

Rot: The Afterlife of Trees @ The World Forestry Center, Portland, OR The World Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon Dates:  March 10, 2016 – May 1, 2016 Opening Reception: Thursday, March 10, 2016, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Address: 4033 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR 97222 Phone: (503) 228-1367 Hours: Current Winter Hours: 10:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Open Thursday through Monday, closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Older Post: ← EXHIBITION - Rot: The Afterlife of Trees @ The Arts Center, Corvallis, OR Newer Post: Art/Science Convergences at OSU... Read More
Corvallis Science Pub

Corvallis Science Pub

Rot at the Corvallis Science Pub November 9, 2015 6:00PM – 7:30PM We’ll be infusing art into the science pub! Come have a beer with me, ecologist Mark Harmon and artists Andries Fourier Bob Keefer and David Paul Bayles. We may value forests most for timber, wildlife and scenic beauty, but the real treasure may lie largely hidden in the soil. It’s there among the insects, fungi and other ground-dwelling organisms that tree growth is fostered and maintained through the rot and recycling of dead trees. Speakers at the November 9 Corvallis Science Pub will combine the science of tree... Read More
Ambient in the GreenHouse at HJ Andrews Experimental Forest

Ambient in the GreenHouse at HJ Andrews Experimental Forest

Ambient in The GreenHouse at HJA Andrews Experimental ForestPermanent Collection of Oregon State University, HJ Andrews Experimental Forest, Blue River, Oregon Ambient in the GREENHouse at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Ambient is now part of the permanent collection of the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest and Oregon State University! Many thanks to Mark, Leslie, Fred & Michael for making this happen! It looks right at home. Ambient: October 11, 2014 Between 10:55 AM and 3:42 PM; Watershed 1, Lookout Creek &Watershed 3 Oil on 6 Wood Panels, 25 1/2 in. x 112 in. Leslie Ryan, Mark... Read More

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