August 14, 2014
Talented local artist Anna Magruder brings vivid, historic surrealist paintings to life in her series, Oregon’s Painted History.
Inspired by Oregon’s rich, diverse history, Magruder’s art emphasizes the courage and resilience of Oregonians long since passed. The exhibition also comes with an array of short essays, explaining the historical background and meaning behind each artwork.
Magruder’s exhibition is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council’s (RACC) Project Grants, which provides financial support to non-profits and individual artists throughout the tri-county region.
Architectural Heritage Center
701 SE Grand Ave.
Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 4:30 pm
Photo courtesy of RACC.