NSH Gallery Reception for Three Northwest Artists

A public reception and gallery talk will be held for Northwest artists Carol Hausser, Cynthia Herron, and Beverly Soasey on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 2 to 3 p.m. in the North Santiam Hall Gallery second floor atrium, Linn-Benton Community College, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany.

Hausser has been teaching art at Chemeketa for the past 30 years under her married name, Carol Bibler. She works in watercolor to create colorful, complex geometric abstract paintings, some as large as four feet by five feet.
Hausser’s work is in the art collections of the State of Oregon, Hallie Ford Museum of Art and the Microsoft Corp., and has been widely exhibited in the Northwest over the years.

Herron’s colorful acrylic paintings express the mood and atmosphere of the Willamette Valley landscape, tracing a fine line between representation and complete abstraction. Herron moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2004 after living, studying and painting in the Southwest for 25 years. She currently teaches art foundation classes at Chemeketa Community College in Salem as well as at LBCC

Soasey creates mixed-media assemblages that combine painting, drawing, collage and found objects to tell a story. She has exhibited widely in the Northwest and beyond over the past three decades. As the coordinator of the Jacobs Gallery in Eugene, she is also known for her jurying and curatorial work in the area.

The three artists will be exhibiting on both floors of the NSH Gallery through Feb. 25. Gallery hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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