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Stairs to Knowledge

I would like to live in this library.  UW campus. Small prints 3 x 5 inches with white mat to […]

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Duomo Redux

The Duomo in Florence captured me in many ways. Reading “Brunelleschi’s Dome” while staying there made it even more remarkable. […]

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Chartres Light

My very favorite view inside Chartres Cathedral. Small prints 3 x 5 inches with white mat to fit 8 x […]

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Chartres Light

My very favorite view inside Chartres Cathedral. Small prints 3 x 5 inches with white mat to fit 8 x […]

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Stanford Arches

I am also smitten with arches and columns. This is a favorite spot of mine on the beautiful Stanford campus. […]

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Spoleto Shutters

I nearly swooned when I saw this shuttered window in this town famous for its jazz festival. To me it […]

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Back Stairs at the Varsity

So glad I shot this when I did. The beautiful red wall is now an uninspiring yellow. Small prints 3 […]

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This church, called San Francisco de Asis, is the most photographed church in America. It was built between 1772 and 1816, and the community of Rancho de Taos sprung up around it. It was a favorite subject for Ansel Adams, Georgia O’Keefe, and many other artists. Add my name to the list; it’s within walking distance […]

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The Arts Are Patriotic, Too

Imagine this scene: there is a band playing as you walk in. As the musicians wrap up their piece and take their seats, a large choir pops up, featuring top-notch a cappella performers. This performance segues into rousing solo performances from vocalists backed up by beautiful orchestrations. Great writers are celebrated. Poetry is recited. And […]

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TONIGHT!! Reception for RGAC's Bob Bosworth Retrospective Exhibit, 5-7pm

Painting by Bob Bosworth

This exhibition spotlights the creativity of Bob Bosworth—artist, architect, former University of Oregon professor, and a founder of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. Curated by Nancy Jo Mullen, the display features architectural drawings and paintings from Bosworth’s early professional years as well as a series of recently created paintings on paper. This show sheds light on the dynamic career of a highly inventive Rogue Valley artist and architect. RECEPTION: This FRIDAY, Oct. 19, 5:00–7:00PM; at 7:00PM, “An Architect’s Architect” Illustrated talk that surveys the local architecture projects by Bosworth presented by architect John David Duffié. Free to the public.

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