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Eva Thieman Announces Owl Exhibit

Eva Thieman Announces Owl ExhibitEva Thiemann Announces Owl Exhibit - My oil paintings of owls are on exhibit at the Eagle Point Public Library from now until mid-March

Eva Thiemann announces today that an exhibit of her oil paintings of owls is hanging at the Eagle Point Public Library from now until the middle of March.

Eva is originally from Latvia. She came to the USA in 1997, lived in Alaska for 6 years and in 2003 moved to Applegate,Oregon.

Ms. Thiemann earned an Art degree from the Academie of Art and a Biology degree from the University of Riga, Latvia. She has created sculptures in bronze. Some of them are in private collections in Latvia, Germany and England.

When Eva came to Alaska, she was overwhelmed by its beauty and wildness. For the first time in her life, she was able to observe Alaska’s magnificient inhabitants — brown bears. On numerous camping trips to Denali National Park she saw bears on the tundra with spectacular mountain scenery, and in Katmai National Park she came within close proximity of bears fishing at rivers and salmon streams.

Since then, painting brown bears integrated with Alaska scenery became Eva’s passion. One episode of her video of a bear fight at Brooks Falls has been included in the National Geographic movie “King Bear.”

After many years of painting bears exclusively, Eva began painting owls to great reviews. Thiemann’s unique mix of realism and abstraction results in colorful and effective renditions of her subjects in exquisite oil paintings.

The Eagle Point library is located at:

239 West Main Street
Eagle Point, OR 97524

The branch’s hours are:

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Eagle Point Closed Closed 10am – 4pm 10am – 4pm 12pm – 6pm 10am – 4pm 12pm – 4pm

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