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May 28th – September 3rd, 2022

 

Once again this summer, local artists will showcase their handcrafted pieces alongside the natural splendor of The Oregon Garden, giving guests an opportunity to not only enjoy but also to purchase new pieces for their home and garden! 

There is no additional fee for enjoying our Art in the Garden event: the art can be viewed at any time during open hours for the duration of the exhibit.

We will also be hosting an opening reception to kick off the festivities from 12pm to 4pm on May 28th – stay tuned for more information!
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ARTISTS

Mark Noll

Mark lives in Corvallis and creates dragonfly, butterfly, bird and other animal sculptures from the salvaged brass and copper pieces he discovers at nearby metal recycling yards.

Susan Wheeler

In her McMinnville, Oregon studio, Susan designs and kiln-fires individually crafted glass pieces that are assembled in a variety of colors, shapes and patterns creating beautiful hanging art pieces and stakes in nature and garden inspired designs.

Judy Kunkle

Judy grew up in California and now resides in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Her degrees include Graphic & Fine Arts with exploration in sculpture, drawing, painting and mosaics. She is inspired by the beauty of everyday objects and believes strongly in reusing and repurposing materials to make less waste for future generations.

Mary Mosier

Mary creates whimsical garden art, joyfully handcrafted from reclaimed, salvaged and found materials, including bird “abodes”, stakes, signs and wreaths.

Mo Hurless

Mo creates large-scale freestanding sculptures out of recycled industrial materials that replicate organic forms including plants, animals and abstract shapes.

Abby Hiser

Portland, Oregon-based artist Abby Hiser creates one-of-a-kind prismatic creations perfect for gardens out of driftwood and crushed glass.

Shannon Jane Morgan

Shannon has been working with hot glass for the past 20 years having graduated from the school of “Sweat Equity” and primarily self taught. Since 1995 she has become widely known for her colorist approach, delving into glass color in a painterly fashion; inspired by a request from her mother when asked if she could, “Paint like Monet” in glass.

Lauren Wingert

Laure first collected glass, then as a glass dealer bought and sold glass in antique malls. As her interest grew, she decided to try her hand at making it. “The heavenly city has pearly gates, walls like gems, and streets like glass. I see art made of glass as a sneak peek of things we have yet to see,” she says.

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