Festival of the Arts - 2017 Chronicle Exhibit

A Chronicle of life in Lake Oswego: Photography

 

2017 Visual Chronicle of Lake Oswego Exhibit at the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts

June 23, 24 & 25, 2017

10:00 AM - 9:00 PM Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday

Please leave your pets at home. Service dogs are welcome 

At Lakewood Center for the Arts – Main Level - North Wing - Ballet Studio

Exhibit created and staged by the Arts Council of Lake Oswego

Exhibit Sponsor: Shorenstein Properties, L.P.

Shorenstein Properties

What you’ll find: The exhibition utilizes the City’s rich history and environs to create a visual representation of life in Lake Oswego through the medium of photography. 

Jurors: John Economaki, owner of Bridge City Tool Works; Tom Carey, photographer and Lake Oswego resident; Kathy Kern-Schilling, City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Dept.; Rosalyn Kliot, artist and Lake Oswego resident; Barbara McDonald, artist and Public Art Committee representative.

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) is pleased to present A Chronicle of Life in Lake Oswego: Photography. The exhibition utilizes the City’s rich history and environs to create a visual representation of life in Lake Oswego through the medium of photography.  
   
The history of Lake Oswego includes the rich fabric of first inhabitants, the Clackamas Tribe; agriculture and truck farms in the south; natural and open spaces along Tryon Creek and the Willamette and Tualatin Rivers; the iron industry and Iron Mountain; a thriving public art program; and the beauty of Oswego Lake that have contributed to the uniqueness of the City.
   
This invitational exhibition aims to represent various interpretations of the City of Lake Oswego through the medium of photography. From infrared to digitally enhanced, representative to atmospheric, a variety of interpretations and styles are represented.
   
The exhibition will feature three awards, one of which is a purchase for the City of Lake Oswego’s collection. “With this year’s Chronicle focused specifically on photography, we have a unique opportunity to add more diversity to the media represented in the City’s collection,” remarked Nicole Nathan, Executive Director of the Arts Council.     

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego works to ensure that arts are an integral part of life in our community, now and into the future. ACLO facilitates the placement and preservation of public art, provides access to art exhibits for residents and visitors, and advances lifelong learning about the arts through educational programs and docent tours. The public art visitors can see, throughout the City and downtown, the collection housed and displayed in various city buildings including the Library, City Hall, and the Adult Community Center, and our Museum 510 & ARTspace provided to the public free of charge.

Visit artscouncilo.org or 510 Museum & ART space, located at 510 1st Street in downtown Lake Oswego, to find information about the Arts Council of Lake Oswego. The Arts Council of Lake Oswego works to ensure that arts are an integral part of life in our community, now and into the future.

Images (top to bottom)

Rick Stare, “Trees in Morning Sunlight”
Archival Digital Pigment Print

Scott Loy, “Mount Hood Reflected in Trillium Lake”
Digital Infrared Print

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