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When I was a kid, there was no collaboration; it’s you with a camera bossing your friends around. But as an adult, filmmaking is all about appreciating the talents of the people you surround yourself with and knowing you could never have made any of these films by yourself.

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ollaborative efforts pay off ScaleHouse, would be a catalyst for their scope and market their projects for arts organizations that expanding and engaging our commu- and programs to visitors to the City of Bend. band together with similar nity into the inspiring world of art. The Arts, Beautification and Culgoals of marketing their respective art Redmond is finding a great appreentities and cultural tourism as well as ture Commission was created by the ciation for art and culture and is playBend City Council in January 2002 ing a role in the city’s revitalization. generally promoting the arts. Renewed efforts in Central Or- to make recommendations on the Redmond’s foray into public art beegon are creating a myriad of new appropriate role for the City to take gan with two very generous donations organizations that have emerged in supporting art, beautification and to the City of Redmond from Nike’s through the vision of the region’s arts culture, to annually identify appropri- founder, Phil Knight and his wife Penleaders. The economic vitality of our ate City involvement in arts, commu- ny. Their contribution set in motion arts communities is only beginning to nity beautification and culture with the creation of two art-focused groups, become apparent to the general pub- emphasis on community gatherings, the Redmond Art Commission and Redmond Comlic. Yet Bend’s creative Enhancing our creative world and tapping our mission for Art economy [currently] supports 160 plus jobs, economic potential requires teamwork, partnerships in Public Places (RCAPP). generates $16 million and collaboration but the outcome will only be per year in local spendThe high as good as the agreements between the artists, ing and provides nearly plains and long two million cultural ex- organizations, local businesses, philanthropists and horizons of periences per year. Central Oregon volunteers who help make it happen. have inspired The Arts & Culture Alliance (ACA) realizes the impact events, cultural tourism and the arts. creative expression for centuries. the arts have on Central Oregon and The volunteer group has been instru- With that vision in mind the Art Adthe economy and was formed to cre- mental in creating art exhibits at city venture Gallery in Madras was created ate collaboration and networking op- hall and providing awards enhancing to capture the breadth and character of these works and bring them to resiportunities for local arts and cultural the arts and beautification in Bend. A recent voter approved measure dents and visitors of Central Oregon. organizations. Their shared purpose in All of these ideas and more are working together to promote the arts to create a public fund for the arts in and supporting each other is estab- Bend is now in the formation pro- creating an incredible vision for arts cess with numerous arts organiza- in our communities. Enhancing our lishing a collective voice for the arts. ScaleHouse has been percolating tions providing input into the nearly creative world and tapping our ecoin our community over the couple $200,000 annually that will provide a nomic potential requires teamwork, of years to create an arts and culture granting program dedicated to pro- partnerships and collaboration but space that would harness our creativ- moting arts and cultural programs the outcome will only be as good as ity through educational programs, that will enhance Bend’s tourism the agreements between the artists, workshops and exhibits. Spearheaded economy. The Bend Cultural Tourism organizations, local businesses, phiby the ever inventive Pat Clark of Fund (BCTF) is a grant program that lanthropists and volunteers who help Atelier 6000 the arts center, named will allow local arts groups to expand make it happen.

TURTLE ISLAND Apr. 11

BEND FOLLIES Apr. 25-26

JIMMY WEBB May 11

C-SPAN SHOWS May 23 Tickets & Info 541-317-0700 TowerTheatre.org TheTowerTheatre @towertheatrebnd

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Pamela Hulse Andrews Renee Patrick Jeff Martin David Phillips Marcee Hillman Paige Barnes

Ashley Bruce Jeff Spry Linden Gross High Desert Couriers

Publisher, Founder A&E Editor, Art Director VP Sales/Business Dev. Advertising Executive Production Director Online Communications/ Production Assistant Editorial Intern Feature Writer Feature Writer Distribution

Editorial Advisory Board

Pam Beezley Pat Clark Cate O’Hagan Julia Rickards Maralyn Thoma Dougherty Susan Luckey Higdon Billye Turner Howard Schor Ray Solley Lori Lubbesmeyer Lisa Lubbesmeyer

Sunriver Music Festival Atelier 6000 Arts Central Clearwater Gallery 2nd Street Theater Tumalo Art Gallery Art Consultant B.E.A.T. Tower Theatre Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery

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Sunriver Sisters Warm Springs to Redmond Dining Music, Dance & Festivals Call to Art Calendar Workshops/Classes/ New Perspective

Cascade A&E is a publication of Cascade Publications Inc. It is locally owned by Pamela Hulse Andrews and Jeff Martin and published in Bend, Oregon the last week of every month. For editorial and advertising information call 541-388-5665. Send calendar and press releases to: A&E 404 NE Norton Ave., Bend OR 97701. Cascade A&E is available for free all over Central Oregon or $25 for a year subscription. Subscriptions outside Central Oregon are $30 a year. renee@cascadebusnews.com • www.cascadeAE.com

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encore Sandra Neary Accepted in Watercolor Show

La Galerie du Cheval (The Gallery of Horse) at the WEG Exhibition Centre Games Village. She is the only American artist invited to exhibit. More than 500,000 spectators are expected during the prestigious 16-day event.

Renee Patrick Cascade A&E Editor

Natasha Bacca Presents Memento Mori

The artwork titled Memento Mori by Natasha Sandra Neary Bacca of Bend is a print of La Pine has of a unique chromogenic been accepted photogram. Memento into the NorthMori is a Latin phrase west Watercolor that translates to “reSociety 74th member your mortality.” Annual Open It is an artistic theme Inter national. dating back to antiquity, The Awards CerBits and Pieces by Sandra Neary and it refers to a genre of Memento Mori by Natasha Bacca emony and Reception will be held Saturday, April 26 at the American Art artworks that vary widely but which share a common purpose: to alter people to their Company, 1126 Broadway Plaza, Tacoma, Washington. ephemerality. Using the symbolism of nature, Bacca has created a triptych of a tree which illustrates new growth Kimry Jelen Invited to Exhibit at in the first panel, extends into full bloom in the second World Equestrian Games Central Or- panel, and concludes with a third panel of dead branches egon artist and and fallen leaves. Bacca, whose artwork is created with a patented process, horsewoman, Kimry Jelen, has produced this 7.5-foot-wide by 7.5-foot-tall work of art been invited to with a grant from The Celebration Foundation. Memento exhibit her work Mori is exhibited in a window front of an Amazon building at the Alltech in Seattle, on Harrison Street between Eigth and Ninth FEI (Fédération Avenue North. It is displayed as part of Storefronts Seattle, Kimry Jelen Equestre Inter- a nonprofit, which aims to activate empty storefronts with nationale) World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Nor- vibrant art and creative projects. Memento Mori will be on display until June 5 at which mandy, France, August 23 through September 7. Jelen, a native Oregonian who resides in Sisters, was asked to join time Bacca will transport the work of art to Portland for a an elite group of seven artists to share exhibit space in the window exhibition at Blackfish Gallery.

ABC Seeks Nominations for Arts Awards

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The City of Bend Arts, Beautification & Culture Commission (ABC Commission) is accepting nominations for the ABC Awards 2013. This award honors individuals, organizations and businesses that have made significant contributions to the City’s arts, culture, natural environment or public spaces in the year 2013. Award winners are honored at a reception at Bend City Hall in June. Matt Schiffman, chair of the ABC Commission said, “Bend has an amazing depth of artistic participation in all facets of arts and culture. We want to recognize and honor those who contribute to Bend’s unique flavor.” The selections are based on an array of criteria including the level of community impact and strength of visitor attraction. In the past, 10 awards were presented, but the Commission has decided that fewer awards make it more prestigious. Forms at www.bendoregon.gov/abc. Submit nominations before April 18 rchristie@bendoregon.gov, 541-388-5505 or ABC Awards, City of Bend, PO Box 431, Bend, OR 97709. The ABC Commission acts as an advisory board for the City of Bend in supporting and encouraging the Arts, Beautification and Culture in our city. The Commission is composed of seven Bend citizens appointed by the Mayor. 2012 Recipients: Dillon Schneider, Cascade School of Music; The Environmental Center for the Kansas Mayor Jim Clinton, former ABC Co-Chair Linda Cohen, Joe RohrbachAve. Garden; Joe Rohrbacher, Just Joe’s Music. er, Denise Rowcroft, Dillon Schneider, former ABC Co-Chair Liz Rink

The Power of Humor When humor goes, there goes civilization. - Erma Bombeck

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aking ourselves seriously is a great advantage in business. Exuding a sense of confidence, control and respectability can open doors and attract new prospects, but in addition, cultivating a sense of humor can help you lower stress levels, interact more easily with others and even diffuse difficult situations. Last April Cascade A&E took to the stage at the Tower Theatre with some of our friends and peers in the community. No, we aren’t performers or even have much stage presence, but as part of the first annual Bend Follies we dressed up as raisins and danced to I Heard it Through the Grapevine. City Councilors, radio and TV personalities and other prominent Bend figures danced, sang, acted and told jokes in front of hundreds of people. It was terrifying but also exhilarating to let loose and laugh at ourselves, and it’s reassuring to know that some very respectable people in the community also have a sense of humor. Once again the Bend Follies are set to tease and entertain on April 25 and 26 at the Tower Theatre (see story on page 34). Established as a fundraiser for the Tower Theatre Foundation, audience members can use their dollars to vote for their favorite act, or purchase a “Shameless Plug” to be incorporated into a Follies sketch onstage. So give it a try: laugh more, tell a joke or even get some pointers from the Bend Follies. According to Erma Bombeck, our civilization depends on it!

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT NIGHT WELCOMES

Mike Putnam

FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014 • 5-8pm

On exhibit at Eastlake Framing through May 2014 Join us for an evening of beauty and grace as we travel through the lens with local photographer Mike Putnam. Drinks & Hors D’oeuvres Served.

About the Artist:

Mike Putnam is an Oregon-based photographer who uses a large format view camera to produce large beautiful fine art prints. Much of his work focuses on the landscapes of Central Oregon. World-class fine art prints are always his goal when shooting and his camera allows Mike to make larger, more intricately detailed prints than are possible with other camera formats. His fine art prints can be found in countless corporate and private collections across the United States and online at: mikeputnamphoto.com

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT NIGHT In honor of our 30th anniversary, some of our best local photographers have been invited to showcase their work throughout the year. Come celebrate with us and meet the artists, while enjoying an evening filled with wine, conversation and fine photography.

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Lecture Series Featured at Bowman Museum in Prineville

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he May at the Museum series is co-hosted by Friends of Crook County Library and the Crook County Historical Society/Bowman Museum. Thursday May 1 Dynamic Geology of Oregon Presented by Scott Burns, retired professor of geology, Portland State University Oregon has a rich geologic history. Dr. Scott Burns, retired professor of geology at Portland State University, will take you around the state showing the different provinces, how they were formed and how they are all related in a dynam- Scott Burns ic presentation. Burns is a native Oregonian with a long family history in the Willamette Valley. His love for the state and our geology shines through the story he tells.

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Thursday May 15 Archaeology and Science at the Paisley Caves Presented by Dennis Jenkins, Ph.D., RPA, Oregon State Museum of Anthropology/Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon Luther Cressman’s 1938-40 excavations at the Paisley Caves in south Central Oregon discovered exciting evidence suggesting that peo- Dennis Jenkins ple may have lived there as early as the Late Pleistocene, some 12,000 to 15,000 years ago. However, it was not until recent developments in ancient DNA testing that he was proven correct. This colorful slide show takes the audience through the scientific processes employed in proving the case for pre-Clovis human occupations at the world famous Paisley Caves. Cressman is a research archaeologist and the director of the university’s Northern Great Basin Field School.

Doors open 6pm, program at 6:30pm, contact Gordon Gillespie, 541-447-3715, gordon.gillespie@co.crook.or.us. Bowman Museum, 246 N Main Street, Prineville, 541-447-3715, www.bowmanmuseum.org.

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he Friends of the Bend Libraries (FOBL) are hosting their spring book sale on Saturday, April 5 at the Deschutes Library Admin Building, 507 NW Wall St., Bend. The book sale will be open to the public from 11am to 4pm, free admission. Thousands of used books from many genres as well as DVDs, CDs and audio books will be available.

FOBL members are invited to attend from 9-11am. Annual FOBL memberships are available at the door. On Sunday, April 6 The Friends of the Bend Libraries are hosting a $5 per grocery bag* sale from 1-4pm at the Deschutes Library Admin Building. *Larger bags are higher. FOBL.org/booksales, 541-617-7047 or foblibrary@ gmail.com.

Wildlife Forensics: Detection & Discovery in the Animal World DNA tracking, ballistics and chemical analysis. See how scientists lift fingerprints and tire tracks. Recognize the difference between ivory, bone and antler and help stop the trade of illegal animal products. “I think this exhibit is going to be a huge eye-opener for people,” said John Goodell, curator of Natural History. “You’ll see not only the extent of the problem of illegal animal trade, but also the extent of the effort it takes to solve these crimes. These investigations involve everyone from Game Wardens and State Police to the Coast Guard, Fish and Wildlife Inspectors, Customs agents and even scientists at NOAA.” The black market for animal products and poaching is a $20 billion a year business — almost as lucrative as the import of drugs and firearms, accord-

including the Endangered Species Act. For all this, there is only one official crime lab in the world dedicated to crimes against wildlife, and it’s in Ashland, Oregon. “The scope of the work they do down in Ashland is truly amazing,” Goodell said. “They practice all the same forensic techniques as a human crime Visitors will step into the shoes of a forensic expert lab, but they have thousands of plant ing to Fish and Wildlife officials. El- and animal species to deal with. The ephant tusks, caviar, certain species of criminalistics of the Ashland team intree, coral, fur and macaw feathers are clude morphology, pathology, chemical just a few of items that are frequently analysis, ballistics and DNA testing, traded on the black market. and we’re trying to incorporate all those According to the Convention on things. They have been very helpful in International Trade in Endangered the planning and design of this exhibit.” Species of Wildlife Flora and Fauna The High Desert Museum routinely (CITES) the U.S. Fish and Wildlife opens 10 new exhibits a year. Wildlife Service is in charge of enforcing doz- Forensics runs through June 8. ens of international laws and treaties, www.highdesertmuseum.org. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014 5 Photo courtesy of HDM

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t the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Forensics Lab in Ashland, a crack team of forensic scientists analyze evidence from around the world and help solve crimes that threaten wildlife. This scientific crime-stopping effort is the focus of Wildlife Forensics: Detection and Discovery in the Animal World at the High Desert Museum. In this hands-on exhibit Museum visitors will step into the shoes of a forensic expert investigating the case of a cougar killing. They will study the scene of the crime, gather clues, conduct lab analysis and present their solution for “whodunit.” The exhibit features a desert scene, a port scene and a host of lab exercises that walk visitors through the process of forensic investigations. Learn about


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“Faith In Her Glory” 30x40 Oil on Canvas.

A plein air class will begin Saturday, May 3 No outdoor painting experience necessary Go to gildellinger.com for more details Oil, acrylic and pastel, Class duration 10 weeks 15 students maximum, Individual sessions welcome SPECIAL BEND WORKSHOP Aug. 4-8 presented by Art In The Mountains. Go to their web page for more info.

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May 9th 1:00-7:00 May 10th 10:00-4:00

Original works of art made by the Raku Artists of Central Oregon At The Environmental Center – 16 NW Kansas Ave. A portion of the proceeds will be to In Downtown Bend, two blocks south of Franklin support Art Central Scholarship Fund

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Haute Gala Created by Women’s Council of Realtors

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urious about the latest fashions this spring? The Central Oregon Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors (COWCR) presents the season’s fashion-forward event on May 1 with Haute Gala, its annual fashion show fundraiser. Event organizers have redesigned the event and moved it to a new venue, the SHARC in Sunriver. This year’s show, from 5-9pm, will feature a full-length runway featuring the spring collections of eight local clothing stores and boutiques in a festive evening to benefit COWCR and Bend Area Habitat for Humanity. This elegant affair commences with a reception featuring drinks by Twist Cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres provided by Tate and Tate. Attendees will view and bid upon silent auction items and mingle with friends amidst a crowd that attracts the leadership of the Central Oregon real estate industry.

This year’s show will feature a full-length runway featuring the spring collections of eight local clothing stores and boutiques in a festive evening to benefit COWCR and Bend Area Habitat for Humanity.

Photo courtesy of Desperado

Models for Haute Gala include male and female members of the real estate scene showcasing some 50 outfits to great fanfare in an hourlong show. The show will offer styles ranging from sporty to evening wear with an eclectic mix of stores represented including Black House/ White Market, Chico’s, The Closet, Desperado, Faveur, Lulus, the Men’s Wearhouse and Pine Mountain Sports. Courtney Latham, with Flip Flop Sounds, will provide music for the show, during which live auction items will be auctioned off.

Haute Gala is generously supported by Platinum Sponsor Jen Forsey of Home Street Bank and Diamond Sponsors Deb Tebbs of Cascade Sotheby’s Realty and Directors Mortgage. Tickets are $35 per person and may be purchased at The Central Oregon Association of Realtors (COAR), 2112 NE Fourth Street, Bend and online at www.hautegala.com. The Central Oregon Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors is an affiliate of the Women’s Council of Realtors, a 75-year old national organization which empowers women realtors to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders. Bend Area Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to providing affordable homeownership and home repair services for low income families and individuals in Bend and Crook County.

Fashion from eight local clothing stores and boutiques will be featured like this skirt and blouse from Johnny Was found at Desperado

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Seeing Green!

Marjorie Coissiart Watercolor

Chuck Chamberlain Acrylics

Glenn Burleigh Reclaimed Juniper Wood

Stella Rose Powell Hand Forged Jewelry

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April Hours: 10 to 5 Thursday thru Monday

“Premier Destination Workshops!” Oregon - California - Tuscany Mary Whyte

David Lobenberg

Don Andrews Charles Reid

Birgit O’Connor Alvaro Castagnet Karen Rosasco

70 Years of Fire Prevention 70th Birthday Celebration Wednesday, April 23 3 to 6 p.m.

Lian Quan Zhen Gil Dellinger Kim English David Taylor Request Your Free Full-Color Brochure

* Birthday Card Contest * Exhibit & Activities * Birthday Cake

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Drop in Studio Class (Daytime) with David Kinker Mondays, 9:30-12:30pm. $25 per session. Contact David at 541-383-2069 (or just drop in). An experienced artist and great teacher for all mediums. Drop in Studio Class (Evening) with David Kinker Mondays, 6:00-9:00pm. $25 per session. Contact David at 541-383-2069 (or just drop in.). This is the same as the daytime class so if you can’t make the morning class, try this one. You are sure to learn something new. Beginning Acrylics with Carol Picknell Sunday afternoons, $25 each session. Call Carol at 360-880-5088 for more information.

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Non-Instructional Life Drawing Lab Tuesday, April 15 and 29th. 1:00-4:00pm Artists share the cost of the live model each session. Call Nora Kolberg Miller,541-460-9053 for more information. And don’t miss the gallery show of six local artists on Saturday, June 14. Enjoy wine, fruit and cheese while browsing the fine art. Welcome to our talented, new members! Their work is now showing in our gallery at 117 SW Roosevelt, through April 25. Public is invited to the reception on April 12, 4:00-6:00pm. Watercolor Wednesdays with Jennifer Ware Kempcke Learn new techniques in watercolor with this fun group which meets each Wednesday from 10:00-12:00. And it’s FREE to members, only $5.00 to non-members. Lunch and Learn April 11 at 12:00 noon This month features Kay Larkin giving Photo Tips for Painters. Bring a sack lunch and learn something new. (A $3.00 donation is requested). SageBrushers is growing! Artists of all ages and abilities are encouraged in a fun, friendly setting. We have members working in oil, acrylics, pastels, watercolor, graphite, pen and ink, collage....and more. Come paint, take a class, or just enjoy our gallery shows. All are welcome.


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aralyn Thoma’s career has been “a wild ride from the through April 12. This is her first time performing in a play since beginning,” as she puts it. Experienced profession- 2008 and she says it is “a thrill to be asked to do this one.” ally in dancing, writing, acting and movie producing, Thoma plays Helen Wheeler, a gun totin’, whisky drinkin’, granThoma will now embrace a new role: host of the Bend Follies as ny living in the small town of Crockett, Oklahoma. When Helen well as starring in Helen on Wheels, on stage at 2nd Street Theater. isn’t locked up in the local clink, she’s on her front porch shootin’ Thoma was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised in Houston, up critters. Not even the local sheriff, who’s already taken away all Texas, and her career started at age 15 when she traveled with of her ammo, her driver’s license and her NRA card, can manage friends to Las Vegas and stayed to become a chorus girl at the Sa- to uphold the law when it comes to Helen and her sidekick, Zona hari Hotel. A year later, at her mother’s insistence, Thoma returned and their daily Thelma and Louise antics. home to finish school. Upon graduation, she took a job as SumThoma is energetically preparing for her role as co-host in the merstock dancer, one of eight girls selected. Bend Follies, a lighthearted comedy aimed “I knew from an early age that I was desto raise money for the Tower Theatre Fountined to be a performer,” she comments. “I dation. She will be joining Chuck Arnold, wasn’t afraid of anything—it didn’t occur to the executive director of the Downtown me to be afraid.” Fear aside, Thoma pursued a Bend Business Association. Thoma was very career on Broadway in New York City, where flattered to be asked to co-host with Arnold, she danced for 10 years. She moved from whom she says, “has great improv skills.” New York to Los Angeles with two small “He is a very funny guy,” Thoma added, children in tow. She felt California would be “We’ll have fun together and will do our best a better atmosphere for her daughter and son. to make the audience enjoy it…he’s going to In 1980, Thoma landed a scriptwriting job be the comedian host, and I will be the Betty at Columbia Pictures, where she worked on White side-kick.” Executive Director of the soap operas Santa Barbara, General Hospital, Tower Theatre Foundation, Ray Solley, jokes, Days of our Lives and Passions. In 1991, her “The pressure is now on Thoma and Arnold writing on Santa Barbara won her an Emmy. and Ruder [Follies producer] to extend our Four years later, Thoma decided on a one-year winning streak, damn it!” more “peaceful” career and moved to Bend. But, the pressure doesn’t concern Thoma. In 2001, Thoma opened 2nd Street Theater, She concludes, “As I said, it’s been, and still where she has been “involved in producing is, a great ride.” shows ever since.” Recently, she has been reHelen on Wheels tickets at www.2ndstreet hearsing for Cricket Daniel’s new play at 2nd theater.com. Tickets for the Follies can be purStreet Theater, Helen on Wheels, which plays Maralyn Thoma & Bend Follies co-host Chuck Arnold chased from TowerTheatre.org.

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On Stage with Maralyn Thoma

Storyteller Susan Strauss, Seeds From the Sun: Stories of Farmers, Gardens & Earth Wisdom

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end Storytelling Circle announces a performance April 25 by local Bend storyteller Susan Strauss. In celebration of Earth Day she will be telling traditional tales from around the world that explore the whimsy and wisdom that surrounds gardens and farms. On hand at the concert will be local farmers with information available about Consumer Supported Agriculture. Strauss is well known to Central Oregon audiences who have enjoyed her performances at the High Desert Museum as well as many other places around the area. She uniquely combines mythic traditional story with personal anecdote and scientific information, drawing the listener into Nature’s realm. As an environmental educator and natural history interpreter she has performed stories and held workshops beyond Central Oregon, around our country and internationally, including the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh, the Smithsonian, the National Geographic Society, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Grand Can-

yon, Yosemite, Yellowstone and most other National Parks. Strauss is grounded in the mystical wonder of the earth and her stories weave a magical spell. She lives her stories and embodies each of her characters, bringing them to life with such vivid detail that her audiences literally lose themselves in the fantasy, transported away into a realm where wisdom touches the gardens, enriches the Susan farmlands and circles the earth. Recognized Strauss as one of the finest storytellers in the country today, she has produced multi-cultural storytelling books and award winning audio recordings of both children’s and adult stories. www.straussstoryteller.com, April 25, 7pm, 2nd Street Theater at 220 NE Lafayette Ave., Bend, $10. BendStorytelling@gmail.com, 541-389-1713.

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wo young actresses from Bend are on a mission to make it to the Great White Way for a Broadway Artist’s Alliance (BAA) Summer Intensive Workshop in July of this year. Actresses Miya Corpstein,11, and Macy Pofahl, 10, have been accepted into the workshop and hope to expand and refine their current skills. They will each attend advanced master classes in their majors (acting and voice) and get to choose from more than 30 electives to develop their “triple threat” talents. As BAA students, the girls will receive private coaching, attend a Broadway show and participate in a special master class taught by a TONY Award winning guest. Both girls have extensive experience living out imaginary circumstances on stage. They both especially love musical theatre and having performed in many local productions in Central Oregon. Both performers agree that one of their favorite aspects of theater life is taking on new challenging roles and collaborating with other talented and creative theater people.  Miya understands that “acting and singing require a lot of hard work and training,” and is honored to have the opportunity to be trained by the best

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he Bend Park and Recreation District will host Improv Comedy Night on Friday, April 4. Ages 16 and up in the community are invited to join local theatrical group, Triage, as they provide an evening of audience-engaging entertainment with improvisation and beyond. Attendees can expect to be actively involved in the fun as Triage embellishes many comedy games and forms popularized by the television show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? With every show different from the next, Triage seeks to create light-hearted and relatable slices of life, recognizable relationships and a memorable, humorous experience for all. The group has entertained at improvisation shows, fundraisers, wedding receptions, conventions and even as paparazzo at numerous Central Oregon events since 2004. Doors open at 6pm and the show begins at 7pm at 1600 SE Reed Market. Road. Tickets are $8 per person in advance and $12 per person at the door and dinner will be available for additional purchase. Tickets https://register.bendparksandrec. org or Bend Senior Center front desk. 541388-1133, www.bendimprov.com.

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The Little Mermaid at BEAT

EAT, the home of quality youth theatre presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which is a stage  musical based on the animated 1989 Disney film and the classic tale of the same name. “Far  out in the ocean, where the water is as blue as the prettiest cornflower, and as clear as crystal, it is very, very deep; so deep, indeed, that no cable could fathom it: many church steeples, piled one upon another, would not reach from the ground beneath to the surface of the water above. There, dwell the Sea King and his subjects,” wrote Danish author  Hans Christian Andersen in 1837. Last August, the 100 year birthday of The Little Mermaid was celebrated ~ not the red-headed Disney character with a knack for mischief, but her ancestor the statue, an embodiment of Hans Christian Andersen’s 1837 fairy-tale character, who sits in the Copenhagen harbor on a rock waiting for her prince to arrive. At the theatre located at Bend High School, you’ll be able to see this fabulous musical production. “The script is from the Broadway version of The Little Mermaid,” says Director Jimena Shepherd.“It stays true to the Disney animation allowing for the onstage factor of actually being underwater. This version brings more of the story to life

and incorporates more of the characters.” Shepherd explained the excitement and commitment of the crew and the actors is very contagious. There is a lot of difficult choreography by Emilee Lathrop who has kept the cast members working very hard. The thespians have had to use increased effort on their harmonies and character development. All in all, she believes, The Little Mermaid is going to raise the bar of expectations for BEAT musicals. Jimena has been amazed at the passion and dedication of everyone involved. Jack Daley as Prince Eric & Avery Sonya Arnis, most recently seen in Carlson as Ariel, the Mermaid BEAT’s production of Alice in Wonderland (medium sized Alice) was asked about the difference between rehearsing for a musical as compared to a drama. “. . . they are different because when participating in a musical, I have less free time because of the choreography and songs that I have to memorize. The rehearsals are longer, (three hours instead of two) and it is critical to be at rehearsal because dances are hard to choreograph without all the dancers. Straight-up plays are similar to musicals because they both require a lot of effort and commitment. Even if an actor may seem like they have a small role, they really don’t know how much the cast needs them to make the show complete. There is much more blocking in straight-up plays, but both are equally fun and enjoyable.” In a magical underwater kingdom, the young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home (and her fins) behind and sing in the world above with Prince Eric. She has to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula and so much more. This production is appropriate for all ages. April 18-20, www.beattickets.org, www.beatonline.org, 541-419-5558. Photo courtesy of Kim King

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Broadway has to offer young aspiring artists. Macy asserts that “theatre is half of my life.” She can’t wait to visit New York City for the first time and  train on Broadway where the theatrical pro- Miya Corpstein & Macy Pofahl ductions are “the best in the world.” The families are trying to raise funds to make the girls’ dreams come to reality. The cost to attend the workshops including airfare and hotel, will be over $3,200 per family. have a GoFundMe page set up to try to offset some of their expenses. The link for their GoFundMe page is http://www.gofundme.com/7ezsfw. Photo courtesy of 2nd Street Theater

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pack ice of the Weddell Sea. The story of how he and the 27 men of the expedition survived on the ice and eventually came to safety is an epic tale of hardship and suffering, courage, determination and fortitude. 2014 is the hundred-year anniversary of the expedition and there have been documentary films and discussions throughout the year. Those who know Shackleton and those who don’t will be equally enthralled with this adventure. Saturday, April 5, 7:30pm, Greenwood Playhouse, 148 NW Greenwood, Downtown Bend. $15 on-line; $18 cash/check at the door. Tickets @ www.solospeak.com or call 503-860-5733. The show is over two hours with an intermission. Appropriate for adults and children over 14.

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tickets are available for pre-sale from the following link or at the McMenamin’s box office during business hours. This is the third event in a series of Wilderness themed movies to celebrate the historic 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. As a primary sponsor of the Wilderness series, Discover Your Forest will be accepting donations to help support their programs. Discover Your Forest is a local nonprofit supporting the Deschutes and Ochoco National Forests and Crooked River Grassland. The Wilderness Act was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on September 3, 1964 after having passed through Congress with bipartisan support. The original Act created approximately 9 million acres of Wilderness in 13 states. Since its passing, 109,511,966 acres have been designated as Wilderness in 44 states and Puerto Rico. http://www.mcmenamins.com/events/123407-River-Of-No-Return.

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UMIN Art Studios, located at 19855 Fourth Street in Tumalo, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, April 12 from 1-4pm. The afternoon reception is a unique opportunity for the public to meet the LUMIN Art Studios’ artists Alisha Vernon, McKenzie Mendel, Lisa Marie Sipe and Natalie Mason in the intimate setting of their group studio. The afternoon will include light refresh- Artwork by Alisha Vernon ments and each studio artist will be exhibiting work at the grand opening, including featured artist, illustrator Taylor Rose. Vernon is the director of LUMIN Art Studios and an acrylic painter. Her work explores the abstract and figurative through colorful, bold brushstrokes. Alisha started and runs the meet up group, Young Women’s Artist Group of Bend, currently with over 30 members. Artwork by Lisa Marie Sipe Mendel is a jewelry designer creating pieces made for everyday wear using sterling silver, high karat gold and occasionally copper. She hammers her work to create layers of depth and texture and incorporates gold into special pieces using the Korean technique of keum boo. Sipe is a fine artist whose work captures incidents of abstraction in nature using a variety of mediums, including acrylic and encaustic Artwork by Natalie Mason painting. Sipe’s work has been exhibited at the Tucson Museum of Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art and many other galleries and museums nationwide. Mason specializes in creating personal and home goods with hand-dyed fabric. Her favorite technique is shibori, the Japanese tradition of binding and dyeing fabrics. All Illustration by Taylor Rose of Natalie’s pieces are made in small batches using her vintage sewing machines. Rose, the featured artist at LUMIN Art Studios, creates illustrations that capture nature and experience through the magic of childhood adventures. Her work is illustrated using pen and ink, watercolor and digital mediums. Taylor will be exhibiting a series of her limited edition hand-signed prints. LUMIN Art Studios plans to hold open studio events with member and guest artists. 541-510-7535, www.luminartstudios.com. Jewelry by McKenzie Mendel


Rare Exhibit of M.C. Escher’s Original Prints at Atelier 6000

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wenty one original prints by famed artist M.C. Escher will be on display at Atelier 6000 starting April 4. The exhibit, M.C. Escher: 21 Prints, opens on First Friday with a reception from 5:30-8pm. The exhibit runs through May 31. M.C. Escher was a prolific artist and master printmaker, producing more than 400 original prints in his lifetime. The exhibit showcases Escher’s skill in wood cut, wood engraving, lithography and linocut. The prints speak to Escher’s fascination with illusion, whether created through tessellations, impossible architectural constructions or reflections. “Escher’s images appear logical at first, but the deeper you look, the more improbable they become. Each print is a puzzle that asks to be solved, but the solution is elusive,” explains Ron Schultz, Atelier 6000 member who contributed to the exhibit catalog. “Escher’s work endures because of its mystery.” Atelier 6000 will welcome classes from local middle and high schools to view the exhibit and learn about Escher’s life and art. ScaleHouse, a growing network of creative collaborators in Central Oregon, was fundamental in organizing the Escher exhibit. Atelier 6000 is a professional printmaking and book arts studio in Bend offering workshops by local and regional artists. Atelier 6000’s Presentation Gallery features monthly exhibits of contemporary prints and art books. www.atelier6000.org.

Dawn Emerson, the Artist & Her Studio paintings are comprised of many layers of abstract elements and are quite complex in their simplicity. The genius is in knowing when to stop, to let the images say just enough to create a sense of mystery and excitement. This past year, Emerson’s husband, Bruce, completed a brand new studio for her at their home in Central Oregon. This wonderful light-filled space is the fulfillment of a dream and the perfect space to create beautiful art. In preparation for her show at Mockingbird Gallery, gallery owner Jim Peterson and staff were invited out to see the new studio. This is how Dawn describes her beautiful new space: “The 1,800 square foot studio took six years for Bruce to build from scratch. He designed it and built it as a ‘bucket list’ project but, it is a true gift of love. The first thing people do when they walk in is look at me and remind me how incredibly spoiled I am. Yes, I know. Having the studio makes it possible for me to have

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all of my tools and supplies under one roof instead of under every bed, in closets, the barn and in every nook and cranny. It is a beautiful and calm space that exudes warmth, space and creativity. We call it First Light Studio because the view that greets our eyes each day is the early light on the rocks of Smith Rock State Park. It’s a view definitely worth getting up for!” Emerson is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience with others, and with her new studio in place, she has the room and space to give workshops and private instruction at her home. She has 25 years of experience teaching drawing and painting and currently teaches foundational drawing as a part-time instructor at Central Oregon Community College in Bend. Workshop information available at www.dawnemerson. com. See Dawn’s work at www.mockingbird-gallery.com. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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at QuiltWorks. 5. John Tyler, Jeanette Pilak, Sarah Tyler, Donna Rice, Tammy Ambrose & Billye Turner at Franklin Crossing. 6. Wendy & Doug Knight at The Wine Bar. 7. Shelley Anderson at ArtWalk. 8. Lise Hoffman-McCabe, Sue Lyon-Manley, Eleanor Murphey & Dee McBrien-Lee at Red Chair Gallery. 9. Paper Piecing Exhibitors at QuiltWorks. 10. Pamela Hulse Andrews, Emilie Cortes, Amy Richard & Amanda Stuermer at MUSE. 11. Maeve Perle, Ben Perle with son Luca & Orit Schwartz at MUSE. 12. Shanan Kelley & Jill Rosell at The Oxford Hotel.

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Hope Infused with Color & Light at the Heart of Cindy Briggs’ Art by RENEE PATRICK, Cascade A&E Editor

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he Signature artwork for the Deschutes Children’s Foundation’s (DCF) Art & Wine Auction on May 3, Cindy Brigg’s Terrazza in Toscana, ties together multiple ideas of home. Home is what the artist feels at her retreat in Tuscany, Italy, where a landscape of rolling hills and vineyards brings to mind her local view of the expansive Cascade Mountains, and home is at the core of the Deschutes Children’s Foundation’s annual fundraiser as it enables the organization to provide a home for 28 nonprofit partners around the high desert. “Cindy was so willing to support us, I have admired her work and knew she would be able to create something special,” commented DCF’s Development Director Amy Ward. The artist has supported the Foundation’s mission with both artwork and monetary donations since 2002 and holds the mission close to her heart. “The Deschutes Children’s Foundation from the very beginning has been at the top of my list for what they do for the community, I personally know children that have benefited,” Briggs explained. “I have an amazing view of the Cascades from my home in Bend. I feel peace and serenity here, and I also felt at home in Tuscany…Italy continues to beckon me – the luminescent light, old world architecture, welcoming locals and beautiful landscapes are an artist’s dream,” she shared. Briggs brings a lifetime of artistic influence to her work and has created a career surrounding her passion in which travel creates the framework for much of her art. She enjoys painting alla prima (in one sitting) and take advantage of the spontaneity that watercolor invites. “My painting method is a bit serendipitous – mixing, mingling and manipulating the colors for subtle nuances and unexpected color transitions, then add calligraphy and finesse

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When I was a child I lived in a small town in Northeastern Colorado near the South Platte River. One year the river flooded the town and I remember that it was terrifying to me. I decided then, that someday I wanted to live on a hill where it would be safe. As an adult, I've always lived on a hill – in California, Washington and here in Bend. It represents a safe place, a place of enduring refuge, and a place where you have a perspective of the world and can see what’s coming. That is a big part of why I feel so at home in Pienza, Italy on the hill and it connects with my home on Awbrey Butte. The Deschutes Children’s Foundation serves children and families in this community providing support so they can be safe, endure, grow and dream - my painting shares that hopeful point of view. - Cindy Briggs

the edges. After I’ve started a painting I may paint non-stop into the night completely unaware of the time,” Briggs explained. “Watercolor inspires my soul – like life – the more I make the most of its unpredictable qualities the more interesting it becomes. With each painting my goal is to reverently capture the essence of my subject and infuse it with dynamic color and light.” A recent cancer survivor, Briggs has embraced the simple joy of painting and the peace it has brought into her life. “Now that I’m a survivor it’s a part of who I am, and I want people to know that there is hope…The painting Terrazza in Toscana has a sense of hope for me.” The turmoil of the disease has led her to follow her heart and to paint what she truly cares about: the time that she has and the value of life. “We feel blessed to be able to honor Cindy as the Signature Artist,” said Kim McNamer, DCF executive director. “She has been extremely generous beyond the Signature piece, offering guidance and other help. The generosity of the artists continues to be the key to the success of the auction.”

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he Deschutes Children’s Foundation’s (DCF) annual event, taking place at the Riverhouse Convention Center on May 3, will feature works of art, limited release wine and a unique way to support children and families in the high desert. The funds raised from the auction will directly support the Foundation in providing rent-free space for their partners on four campuses throughout Bend, La Pine and Redmond. “Even the smallest donation contributes towards saving 28 nonprofit partners over $650,000 a year,” Ward explained. The programs the DCF supports ranges from the Kids Center, Head Start and Family Access Center to the Youth Choir of Central Oregon and Saving Grace. A focus for the Foundation this year is to highlight their partnerships and collaborations, not only with their partner nonprofits, but with other organizations in the community. “One of our collaborations has been working with the Heart of Oregon Corps and their YouthBuild Program,” said McNamer. “Together with Webfoot painting they painted the Becky Johnson Community Center; we also have a continuing partnership with the Redmond Proficiency Academy and Head Start. Together they are doing our centerpieces for the auction and helping us while they help each other. It’s a great thing to watch.”

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Another collaboration auction goers will notice is with the Bend High School Culinary Program. Students will provide 40 different desserts for the Dessert Dash, and be on hand in chef coats to talk about their creations. “Our partners are all unique in their missions and are doing amazing work. When you go beyond the walls it’s exciting to develop collaborations with the community, and we want to see more of that happen,” McNamer said. In addition to the live auction items, a silent auction will feature a wide variety of art and unique offerings. “We’ve got some amazing artists in [both of the] auctions, and we started last year to really focus on some smaller pieces of art that are high quality, but on the beginning value side for folks,” McNamer explained. “We want to engage more people in our event, like the next generation in Bend. For those folks who are just starting out we want to be able to offer art and packages for [all price ranges]. “We are hoping for a sell out crowd again; our auction is half of our fundraising budget, and it still continues to be the keystone of our fundraising programs,” McNamer concluded. Tickets for the 22nd Annual Art & Wine Auction are available by visiting www.deschuteschildrensfoundation.org or 541-388-3101. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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April 4 ArtWalk | Downtown Bend | Old Mill District

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All of the galleries/businesses listed in this section will be open for First Friday Art Walk in Bend from 5-8pm Alleda Real Estate 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 1, 541-633-7590, www.alledarealestate.com. Featuring Joren Traveller, a member of High Desert Art League, thru April. After attending art classes at Otis Art Institute, Traveller graduated from Cal Poly with a degree in microbiology and animal science. An accomplished equestrian, she also competed in the Olympic 3-Day event selections trials for 3-Day Eventing and coached dressage, hunters and show jumping. After moving to Central Oregon, Traveller returned to her art work and pursued her love of sketching, painting and sculpting. Captivated by form and texture she works bronze and ceramic to produce beguiling sculptures that express the character she sees in each individual creature. An avid naturalist, Traveller enjoys traveling throughout the Northwest and Southwest gathering ideas for her art from places visited and wildlife observed as well as charismatic domestic animals. Working mainly in oil and inspired by the all of the outdoor activities offered in and around Traveller, Joren is currently working on a series of sports and nature paintings as well as her animal portraits. Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing 550 NW Franklin Ave. Celebrates First Friday with digital art by Dorothy Freudenberg. The exhibition continues through April 25. Freudenberg creates digital media images and the rapid change and growth in digital technology quickly alters and expands her capability to produce her art. This constant experimentation with new technique as well as subject matter Poppy Meditation by Dorothy Freudenberg also morphs the artist’s aesthetic. Her imagery arises from deconstructing, reshaping, recolorizing and recombining digital photos and layering the constructions into digital collages. The work reveals Western and Eastern influences in that the artist creates both active space with profuse objects and intense color as well as still, barren space with minimal subject matter. As an artist creating outside the confines of the traditional, the photography of her early career blended with a painter’s eye and new technology, evolving her distinctive body of work. This exhibition reviews that work over several years, and illustrates Freudenberg’s journey as it opens our eyes to a few of the myriad possibilities of the always-emerging technical world. Noi Thai serves wine and Thai appetizers and Andy Armer and Friends perform jazz. Billye Turner, art consultant curates the Franklin Crossing displays with info at 503780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com. Atelier 6000 389 SW Scalehouse Ct., Ste. 120, 541-3308759, www.atelier6000.com. Twenty one original prints by famed artist M.C. Escher thru May. M.C. Escher was a prolific artist and master printmaker, producing more than 400 original prints in his lifetime. The exhibit showcases Escher’s skill in wood cut, wood engraving, lithography and linocut. ScaleHouse, a growing network of creative collaborators in Central Oregon, was fundamental in organizing the Escher exhibit. Sky and Water I by M. C. Escher Azillion Beads 910 Harriman St., Ste. 100, 541-617-8854. Featuring Azillion Bead’s jewelry artists.

Bend Premier Real Estate 550 NW Franklin Ave. Exhibiting the photography of awardwinning landscape/travel photographer Stuart L. Gordon. Gordon will be on hand to tell the story behind each of the stunning images he captured with his camera during a reception from 5-8pm on First Friday. Between Bend Premier Real Estate and North Soles, more than 30 of his matted and framed images will be on Oregon Coast by Stuart L. Gordon display. Featured in the exhibits are several images from the photographer’s collection of Central Oregon photographs as well as from his extensive travels throughout the Western United States and British Columbia. Included in the April exhibits are two award-winning images, First Snow and Sunset Light on McWay Falls. The first, taken on a autumn morning at Sparks Lake, Oregon, was selected as one of a dozen photographs singled out for praise in a worldwide competition judged by celebrated nature photographer Art Wolfe in 2013. The second image, taken along the Big Sur coast, was a winner in a 2012 worldwide photography contest sponsored by the PhotoShelter web-hosting site. Gordon is currently working on a book of his fine art photographs that he expects to publish as an e-book in late 2015. All the matted and framed prints in the exhibit are made with archival inks and will be on sale throughout April at both locations. The prints are available in a variety of sizes from the photographer’s website: www.chasingthelight.zenfolio.com. Gordon also produces an annual calendar of Central Oregon images, sales of which benefits the Environmental Center of Central Oregon, and donates 10 percent of proceeds from exhibit sales during First Friday Artwalk to The Bethlehem Inn, Central Oregon’s shelter for the homeless. Bluebird Coffee Company On Bond in Franklin Crossing Building, 541-330-2100. Exhibiting artwork by local artists. Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty 821 NW Wall, 541-383-7600 ext.211, rebecca.green@cascadesothebysrealty.com, cascadesothebysrealty.com. Featuring Hazel Reeves. Working as an interior designer for over 20 years, Reeves’ background includes a stint in furniture sales, healthcare design and as a senior interior designer for the State of Oregon. “In my favorite series I have created, the story in my paintings leads me to mix very realistic faces in a very abstract matrix,” said Reeves. “I love the visual textures I can achieve by using hand dyed tissue paper, Washi paper and found paper together with acrylics and glazing.” Reeves started painting seven years ago and has recently been working on large paintings. Out of the Deep by Hazel Reeves Century 21 Lifestyles Realty 550 NW Franklin Dr., Ste. 188. Grand opening April 3: ribbon cutting 4:30pm, enjoy finger foods and an open bar for the celebration of the expanded location. Door prize: be entered to win a free weekend in Sunriver Vacation Rental, compliments of Mt. Resort Properties. Meet and mingle with members of our community and enjoy the lifestyle of Bend’s vibrant Downtown. First Friday featured artist: Charles Cockburn, a Broken Top Brilliance by Charles Cockburn local artist who takes incredible nature photographs. Live music by Leighton Tuttle.

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All of the galleries/businesses listed in this section will be open for First Friday Art Walk in Bend from 5-8pm Chocolate Element 916 NW Wall St., www.chocolateelement.com. Three artists on display: Donna Cherry quilts inspired by nature and natural beauty. Beverly Adler award winning fiber art. Teri Shamilan glass art. Crow’s Feet Commons 875 NW Brooks St., 541-728-0066, www.crowsfeetcommons.com. Local band Isles at 7pm. Desperado 330 SW Powerhouse, Old Mill District. 541-749-9980. Featuring Bend artist Barbara Slater who is inspired by the “out west” way of life and cowboy culture with a touch of city glitz. Painting oils with energy and spirit, this artist’s pigmentation is rich and succulent, while her brushwork is bold and responsive. Barbara continues her studies with different genres, painting still-lifes, florals, landscapes and animals. Animals are her present focus with images of vibrant roosters, horses, cows and other barnyard residents. Painting these rural inhabitants with love and respect, Evening’s Arrival by Barbara Slater Barbara gives each animal an attitude and personality. Slater is a member of Oil Painters of America, California Art Club, American Women Artists (AWA) and The High Desert Art League. www.barbaraslater.com.   Feather’s Edge Finery 113 NW Minnesota Ave., 541-306-3162, www.thefeathersedge.com. Featuring local, regional and U.S. based artists each  and every First Friday. Thru April, Bend artist Euijin Esther Gray. FootZone 842 Wall St. 541-317-3568, www.footzone.com. Heaven Can Wait Kick Off party with Heaven Can Wait registration, a discount on all pink items in the store and complimentary beer from Bend Brewing Company.  Jeffrey Murray Photography 118 NW Minnesota Ave. 925-389-0610, www.jeffreymurrayphotography.com. Landscape photography by Jeffrey Murray from local and national locations.   John Paul Designs Custom Jewelry + Signature Series 1006 NW Bond St., www.johnpauldesigns.com. Specializing in unique, one of a kind wedding and engagement rings in a variety of metals. Karen Bandy Design Jeweler  25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 5, 541-388-0155,  www.karenbandy.com.  Tucked between Thump Coffee and Alleda Real Estate, Karen Bandy is not easy to find, but well worth the effort. Karen is Central Oregon’s only national/ international award-winning jewelry designer and has been specializing in custom design in downtown Bend since 1987. Her designs are bold, fun and always very wearable. Karen Bandy is also an abstract acrylic painter whose work can best be described as colorful and textural contemporary fine art. When there is an actual subject, horses and wild animals are often de- Ancient One by Karen Bandy picted. Open Tues.- Thurs., 11:30-5pm and by appointment, and First Fridays 5-9pm.

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Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery Old Mill District, second story loft, 541-330-0840, www.lubbesmeyer.com. The Lubbesmeyer twins offer a range of work created in fiber and paint. Through the twins’ collaborative process, they distill literal imagery into vivid blocks of color and texture, creating an abstracted view of their surroundings. The working studio and gallery is open Tuesday thru Saturday. Mary Medrano Gallery 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 12 (above Thump Coffee), 408-250-2732, www.marymedrano.com. Mary Medrano is a full-time artist living and working in Bend with a studio downtown overlooking Tin Pan Alley. She makes pet portraits and expressive animal paintings.   Mockingbird Gallery 869 NW Wall St., 541-388-2107, www.mockingbird-gallery.com. New works by local artist Dawn Emerson, Inspirations. Emerson captures the movement and dynamism of animals in a rush of flickering light and shadow, using dramatic shifts of color tones. Her goal is to simplify and say just enough, engaging the viewer to share in the vision. “The focus of my work is a passion for movement and a thirst for energy. I paint impressionistically with ink and oil pastel, using strong composition, clear focus and bold colors to convey the sense of movement I am after.” The subjects of her mixed media paintings – July by Dawn Emerson horses, donkeys, ravens, sheep and landscapes – evoke a strong and animated presence. Dawn has 25 years of experience teaching drawing and painting to all ages and levels. She teaches workshops and juries shows around the country and Canada, and now offers workshops and private study in her new 1,800 square foot studio (recently completed by her husband Bruce). She also teaches foundational drawing as a part-time instructor at Central Oregon Community College in Bend. North Soles Footwear 800 NW Wall St. Photography by Stuart L. Gordon. See exhibit details under Bend Premier Real Estate. Art at the Oxford The Oxford Hotel, 10 NW Minnesota Ave., 541-382-8436. Exhibiting Jill Rosell’s photography. Travel after college from her native New Zealand to the U.S. ultimately brought the artist to Bend. Rosell seriously began her photography career during college but continued locally, capturing her small children and photos from her daily activities. The latter, and her devotion to photography, resulted in her creation in 2010 of the Facebook page – I LOVE BEND, OR. Daily the artist photographs the people and places of Bend, offering her love of Bend to some 10,500 people locally, nationally and internationally. She has posted over 1,500 unique images and created thousands of I LOVE BEND, OR bumper stickers seen around town. An admired natural light portrait and lifestyle photographer, her stuUp, Up and Away by Jill Rosell dio is the outdoors and her passion is to capture a wide variety of subjects. She also teaches workshops and works on her upcoming coffee table book. www.jillrosellphotgraphy.com. The artist’s exhibit continues through April 26 in the lobby of the Oxford, open all hours. Billye Turner, art consultant, curates displays of fine art for The Oxford Hotel lobby. For additional information contact Turner at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com.


Painted Paradise Gallery 841 NW Bond St. #12, 541-280-2405 or 541-280-0320, www.paintedparadise.com. Original art and custom frames. Owner Ken McCreary paints on natural materials such as plaster, stone and natural wood. McCreary started about 40 years ago drawing hot rods for friends in high school. Surfing around the California coast translated into seascape airbrush paintings on canvas, vans, cars and surf boards. He calls his new gallery “The biggest little gallery in Bend” that has an eclectic feel to it. The Painted Paradise Gallery displays original paintings by Ken Mac in oil, acrylic and digital art. The subject matter of his paintings are all about his own ideas of “Paradise” in landscapes and tropical seascapes. Some wildlife and of course hot rods in a digital medium. Patagonia @ Bend 1000 NW Wall St., Ste. 101, 541-382-6694, www.patagoniabend.com. Mike Putnam will display his photography. www.mikeputnamphoto.com. Paul Scott Gallery 869 NW Wall St., Ste. 104, 541-330-6000, www.paulscottfineart.com. New works by guest artist Holly Rodes Smithey who began working with metal in 2005, focusing on sculpture. The contrast between the solidity of cold raw steel and the malleability of the material when worked with heat and flame also finds expression in Holly’s metalwork. Her use of unique patinas acts as storyteller, while rhythm and balance play primary roles. QuiltWorks Blue Window by Holly 926 NE Greenwood Ave. 541-728-0527. Rodes Smithey The QuiltWorks April gallery will feature over 50 quilts based on the Deschutes County Library’s 2014 Novel Idea selection The Dog Stars by Peter Heller. Thru May 1. Red Chair Gallery 103 NW Oregon Ave., 541-306-3176, www.redchairgallerybend.com. Red Chair has invited area high school art students to be juried into the gallery and sell their art work as featured artists for April. This is the third year the gallery has worked with the high schools, hence the title of the exhibit Emerging Artists 3. High schools represented in the gallery Artwork by Leah Galloway will be Mountain View, Bend High and Sisters High School. The owners of Red Chair Gallery visited each of the high schools to jury in the work. All the submitted art work was outstanding and it was unfortunate that they were not able to take every piece that was offered. The artists who are accepted in the gallery will be asked to sign a 30 day membership commitment that places them under the same sale guidelines that the regular members of the gallery are held to, as part of an effort to give the students a “real world” art gallery sales experience. The teachers at each high school have all been critical components in putting this program together. They have pre-screened and gathered the art works and also created the enthusiasm among the students. Many of the same students that were involved in the past are Painting by Siriah Moss represented in this year’s show. The buzz from last year’s show and the sales from it have helped to not only generate excitement but increased the quality of work presented. New this year will be the People’s Choice Award. The first place winner will have the opportunity to display their piece for an additional month at the gallery and prizes include gift certificates from Blick Art Supplies and Atelier 6000. Voting will take place on April 4, First Friday, through April 6.

Sage Custom Framing 834 NW Brooks St., 541-382-5884, www.sageframing-gallery.com. Featuring Nancy Misek, Central Oregon and Beyond Pastel Landscapes. Nancy is constantly inspired by the beautiful patterns, colors and designs in the surrounding world.  She is driven to look closely at this beauty and interpret it in a fresh way. She prefers the excitement of painting on location, (plein air) to studio painting and during the warmer Pastel by Nancy Misek months can often be seen painting the local landscape. She tries to bring the feelings she has for the scene into her painting, so the viewer can also feel her excitement and inspiration. By sharing these quiet observations with the viewer, Nancy hopes her pastel paintings will make us want to stop and look more carefully at the world around us.   Silverado 1001 Wall St., 541-322-8792, www.silveradogallery.com. Featuring Joseph Christensen of JC Lapidary. Oregon artist handcrafting beautiful jewelry featuring many stones from the Northwest.   Sunny Yoga Kitchen 2748 NW Crossing Dr. Suite 120, 541-678-3139, www.sunnyyogakitchen.com Featuring the acrylic and encaustic paintings of local fine artist Lisa Marie Sipe. Her work is about how nature is synthesized by our consumer culture. She captures incidents of abstraction in nature, such as tree bark or the spots on dog bellies, and paints them larger than life in unexpected colors. Sipe’s work has been exhibited at the Tucson Museum of Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art and many other locations nationwide. Sipe works at the Lumin Art Studios in Tumalo. www.LisaMarieSipe.com The Silver Otter 706 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 100, Bend. 541-241-7818. www.thesilverotter.com. Exhibiting a collection of locally made art and handmade crafts from all over the world. Townshend’s Bend Teahouse 835 NW Bond St., Bend, 541-312-2001. April highlights children’s artwork from students of Jennifer Poncia’s World of Art. Artists range in age 5-11. Come experience the expressions created in reliefs made of cardboard on wood panel, along with a few pieces inspired by Edgar Brandt’s iron works of the Art Deco period... Textures, colors and expressions are unique to each child’s interests. Included in the show is Indoor Swimming Pool, on a warped piece of salvaged plywood, a delightful piece, and group project done as a birthday gift. Tumalo Art Company 450 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 407, 541385-9144, www.tumaloartco.com. Marty Stewart’s show, April Mix features new landscapes in soft pastel and acrylic. Her subtly atmospheric compositions sing with expressive color and light. For this show she will be exploring some new visual territory including water birds, a lily pond and more. Marty’s pastel paintings have won many awards, notably a first place in the Pastel 100 Sentinel Along the Deschutes by Marty Stewart Competition and Artist’s Magazine 28th Annual Competition abstract categories in 2011. Her image was chosen to be the signature artwork for the 2014 Sunriver Music Festival.

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Bend Bend Library 601 NW Wall St., www.deschuteslibrary.org, Denise at 541-350-8039. The downtown Bend library art exhibit involves interpretations of themes presented in the Deschutes Public Library Novel Idea selection, The Dog Stars by Peter Heller and is available for viewing on the second floor of the downtown library to June 2. Twelve artists with 21 entries in photography, oils, acrylics, pastels, mixed media, collage and one 3-D entry for the exhibit show abstract to realistic interpretations to some of the themes suggested in the book. Broken Top Clubhouse 62000 Broken Top Dr, Bend, 541-383-0868, www.brokentop.com. The High Desert Art League (HDAL) presents members Richard Frederick, Vivian Olsen and Shelly Wierzba, three well-known local artists. Places - an exhibit sharing their found artistic inspiration thru May 14. Vivian’s watercolors and acrylic paintings feature colorful village scenes from her rePhoto by Richard Frederick cent trips to Italy and France. She captures the charm of ancient stone arches and narrow alleyways in hill-top towns and coastal Ancient Alley by ports. Shelly works in oil, acrylic or water- Vivian Olsen color in painting the Central Oregon landscape and the human figure. Plein air painting keeps Shelly’s work fresh, inspired and are a Central Oregon favorite. Richard travels the world in search of natural beauty to extraordinarily and expressively capture his subject matter in an instant. Over his 40-plus years as a photographer, his works of fine art are enhanced and take on a contemporary feel on canvas and metal. To learn more about Richard, Vivian and Shelly’s work visit the HDAL website at www.highdesertartleague.com.

Painting by Shelly Wierzba

Circle of Friends Art & Academy (formerly TAW Gallery) 19889 Eight St., 541-706-9025, http://tawgallery.com. Representing over 70 unique artists from silk and felt to crystal and stone, oils and watercolors to glass and wood. Central Oregon Community College Pinckney Center for the Arts Fine Arts &Communication Department, 541-383-7511. Artists of Oregon: Michael Boonstra—Tilting Perspective. Opening reception 4:30-6pm, April 3 in Pence Gallery in the Pinckney Center for the Arts on the COCC Bend Campus. The event is free and open to the public. Boonstra has had recent solo/two person shows at Pacific University, Willamette University and SAA Project Space. He also has participated in numerous group exhibitions at venues including the San Juan Museum of Art and Root Division in San Francisco. Spending Time in Places I’ve

Never Been by Michael Boonstra

Central Oregon Community College Barber Library Rotunda www.pleinairpaintersoforegon.org, Linda Gillard, 541-728-1109, linda@gillardstudio.com. A plein air view from the field to studio interpretations in the Plein Air Painters of Oregon Member’s Spring Show thru May 2. Featuring 30 plus painted perspectives of the Oregon landscape ...vibrant waters, stunning vistas and majestic mountains from the coast to the desert. Des Chutes Historical Museum 129 NW Idaho Ave., www.deschuteshistory.org, 541-389-1813. Celebrates 70 Years of Smokey Bear with exhibit, birthday card contest and birthday party in partnership with the National Smokey Bear Association, the Deschutes National Forest and Discover Your Forest program. Exhibing an exhibit of rare and one-of-a-kind Smokey Bear memorabilia spanning seven decades. Smokey’s message and image have evolved and changed throughout the years and appeared on hundreds of different objects, from Smokey Bear charcoal briquettes and lighter fluid for adults and toys, books, clothes and more for children. The National Smokey Bear Association is sponsoring a Smokey Bear Birthday Card Contest, hosted by the Des Chutes Historical Celebrate 70 Years of Museum. Children in first through sixth grades are invited to make birthday Smokey Bear cards for Smokey Bear. Drop off your card entry by April 19 and join the birthday celebration on April 23, 3-6pm to hear winners and see the card entries on display. Full rules and details at www.deschuteshistory.org. DeWilde Art & Glass 321 SW Powerhouse, Old Mill District, 541-419-3337. Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Handmade stained glass windows, doors and individual hanging works of art.  Eastlake Framing 1335 Galveston Ave., 541-389-3770, www.eastlakeframing.com. Eastlake Framing is celebrating the beginning of its 30th year helping Central Oregonians transform art into framed masterpieces. Complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served. All events in the series are open to the public and free to attend. Travel through the lens of the highly respected, professional landscape photographer, Mike Putnam on April 11, 5-8pm. Putnam, and his wife Debbie, moved to Bend shortly after their completion of graduate school. Their move to Bend was largely influenced by the stunning natural scenery in the Central Oregon area. Glacier covered mountains, alpine lakes, old

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growth forests, pristine rivers and lush wildflower meadows have made for amazing subject matter for Mike and his life as a landscape photographer. Putnam’s Oregon landscape photographs are created using the large format view camera in order to produce large beautiful fine art prints. World-class fine art prints are always his goal when scouting or shooting for photographic purposes. Future Artist Spotlight event dates include June 13, August 8, October 10 and December 12. High Desert Museum 59800 S Hwy. 97, www.highdesertmuseum.org, 541-382-4754. Wildlife Forensics: Detection and Discovery in the Animal World at the High Desert Museum. In this hands-on exhibit, Museum visitors will step into the shoes of a forensic expert investigating the case of a cougar killing. They will study the scene of the crime, gather clues, conduct lab analysis and present their solution for “whodunit.” Thru June 8. LUMIN Art Studio 19855 Fourth Street, 541-510-7535, luminartstudios.com. Grand opening on Saturday, April 12, 1-4pm. Meet the artists, Alisha Vernon, McKenzie Mendel, Lisa Marie Sipe and Natalie Mason in the intimate setting of their group studio. The afternoon will include light refreshments and each studio artist will be exhibiting work at the grand opening, including featured artist, illustrator Taylor Rose. Vernon is the director of LUMIN Art Studios and an acrylic painter. Mendel is a jewelry designer creating pieces made for everyday wear using sterling silver, high karat gold and occasionally copper. Sipe is a fine artist whose work captures incidents of abstraction in nature using a variety of mediums, including acrylic and encaustic painting. Rose, the featured artist, creates illustrations that capture nature and experience through the magic of childhood adventures. Partners in Care Arts & Care Gallery 2075 NE Wyatt Court, Marlene Moore Alexander, 541-382-3950. Exhibiting new modern paintings by local artist, Pat Oertley. This series is titled Jazz Series. The three dimensional work will be young people’s modern paper sculptures created from household paper tubes, titled Faces. Thru April. Call Partners in Care at 541-382-5882 to make sure gallery is available for viewing the art. Hours are 8am-5pm. The Plankery 1441 SW Chandler Ave., Ste. 101, 541-550.-7233, http://theplankery.com. Exhibits Free Refills by collinsrocks, Krystal Collins. Inspired by powder days where snow falls so fast, runs become untracked during a lift ride, Free Refills is a photo commentary on ecosystems replenished from Mt.Bachelor’s seasonal hydrologic cashe. Born of a passion for documenting fused with a background in photography and science, collinsrocksmedia.com produces print art and contributes to local publications and grass roots marketing campaigns for local business owners. Pronghorn Resort Pronghorn Clubhouse, 65600 Pronghorn Club Dr. Works in Oil featuring Joanne Donaca thru May 17. Donaca, Bend artist, presents images in oil including colorful, expressionistic interpretations of elk, wolves, coyotes and other wildlife as well as scenes of iconic Smith Rock and Mt. Bachelor. Her former impressionistic style of bold brushwork and heavy impasto often yields to more integrated, blended brushwork with the continued use of a bold, realistic palette. The artist is a member of the Oil Painters of America and a sustaining associate member of the Watercolor Society of America. Her art appears in collections throughout the U.S. and in the Pronghorn Resi- Return of the Wolves by Joanne Donaca dence Club’s townhomes. Pronghorn invites the public to the exhibition during clubhouse hours, 9am-9pm with information at the concierge, 541-693-5300. Billye Turner, art consultant, coordinates the Pronghorn exhibition schedule with information at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com. Rodes-Smithey Studio 19007 Innes Market Rd., 541-280-5635, www.rodes-smithey.com. Showing mixed media, paintings, metalwork and sculpture from Randy and Holly Smithey. SageBrushers Art Society 117 SW Roosevelt Ave., Bend, sagebrushersartofbend.com, 541-617-0900.   SageBrushers welcomed 20 new members this past year and their new show in the gallery reflects the diversity of their almost 100 members. They welcome beginners to experienced artists to join them for a modest fee per year and some volunteer hours. The new show in the gallery features Jack Bridges, acrylic; Kay Larken, photography; Peggy Ogburn, watercolors; Barb Shannon, watercolor; Jim Smith, graphite; Karen McMahon, watercolor; Dale Benedict, acrylic; Jill Tucker, photography; Leigh Avery, oil; Debbie McClelland, pastel and Frank Woodridge, photography. When asked why they joined the organization, many of Mirror Pond by Dale Benedict the artists talked about the need to work with other artists for the fellowship and the stimulation. Some artists talked about creating in a vacuum where you don’t receive feedback on what you are creating and not knowing how others view the work being done. SageBrushers offers studio time to work with others or classes with local artists David Kinker, Marty Stewart and Joey VanBlokland. Reception for the new artists Saturday, April 12, 4-6pm.    St. Charles Medical Center-Bend 2500 NE Neff Rd., 541-382-4321, www.scmc.org, lindartsy1@gmail.com. Presents arts by local artists thru June. Beautiful display of peaceful and soothing scenes in second floor Arts in the Hospital. The Great Frame Up 541-383-2676, tgfubend@gmail.com. Featuring Jennifer Lake. A selection of prints, limited editions, giclees and greeting cards, originals and canvas transfers.


April Exhibits Madras / Warm Springs Art Adventure Gallery 185 SE Fifth St. 541-475-7701. www.artadventuregallery.com. All Jefferson County exhibit, celebrating the many hidden talents in this area. Reception Thursday, April 3, 5:30-7pm. The show will contain work inspired by the Community Read selection, American Nightingale and author Bob Welch will be present to sign books.   The Museum at Warm Springs 2189 U.S. 26, 541-553-3331, www.museumatwarmsprings.org. Honor Dinner April 12, 4:30pm at TigerWoods Center-Mike, Beaverton, Oregon honoring Dennis Karnopp and Billy Mills, recipients of Lifetime Achievement Award and Twanat Award. In 2014 The Museum is celebrating our youth who play a vital role in the Tribal community and all events and exhibits in 2014 will focus on our youth. 

Prineville A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum 246 N Main St., Prineville. 541-447-3715, bowmanmuseum.org. Open Tuesday thru Friday, 10am-5pm, Saturdays 11am-4pm. Ponderosa Pine Capital of the World exhibit anchors the new exhibit space in the expanded museum. It includes The Woods and The Mill, two full size areas that highlight the workers, tools and history of the trade. Native American exhibit brings history of the people and land of Crook County. The 1910 bank building is always filled with historical artifacts for viewing.

Redmond/Terrebonne The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal Eagle Crest Resort, Village Square, 7525 Falcon Crest Dr., Ste. 100, 434-9893510, www.alfreddolezal.com, artofalfreddolezal@gmail.com. Gallery Reception- Sunday, May 4, 2-5pm. Original oils, reproductions, classes (see listing on back page). The eclectic paintings of Austrian artist, Alfred Dolezal, combine evocative symbolism and mystical surrealism. They examine the deeper meaning of life and connect its challenges and rewards to a self-empowered and justly ordered existence. Britz Beads 249 NW Sixth St., 541-548-4649. Sandi’s bead jewelry and ongoing display of Gilbert Shepherd’s large format acrylic paintings.   Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyard Mind Games by 70450 NW Lower Valley Dr., Terrebonne, 541-526-5075, Alfred Dolezal faithhopeandcharityevents.com. Showcasing the work of a fabulous new Austrian artist in town, Albert A. Dolezal.   Green Plow Coffee House 436 SW Sixth St., www.coryjoneillphotography.com or email: oneilljulieann@gmail.com. Cory J. O’Neill landscape photography benefit silent auction for kids with cancer group: Candlelighters. Heralded by Outdoor Photographer magazine as a “Modern master of landscape photography,” Cory’s photography has gained local as well as national attention. His unique techniques combine his engineering/ mathematical background with his keen eye for composition, creating stunning large-format digital images that capture the passion of the landscape. Cory’s work will be available through a five-week silent auction. Redmond Airport 2522 SE Jesse Butler Circle, 541-548-0646, www.flyrdm.com. Desert DNA: Life in the High Desert Photography thru June 19.   Redmond Library 827 SW Deschutes Ave., 541-526-5073, sgamer1955@gmail.com, lindab@dpls.us. www.redmondfol.org. Synergy: Art & Literature exhibition represents a very special art show for the Friends of the Redmond Branch Library which illustrates the connectivity in all aspects of the creative process. From painting to photography to fiber and beyond, Central Oregon artists offer their unique interpretations of the link between art and literature or art and music. A 50 word essay explaining the artist’s vision accompanies each piece of art. Thru April 25, the exhibit coincides with the Deschutes Public Library Foundation’s Novel Idea programming with Peter Heller’s The Dog Stars. Local artist and muralist, Erik Hoogen, was selected to create a painting representative of this novel. Hoogen is a world traveler who has supported himself through his unique paintings. Erik is an acrylic painter whose works can be seen locally in Bend, Redmond and most dramatically in the murals on the Thriftway store in Terrebonne. Reception Saturday, April 12, 6-8pm. Attendees can view the artwork while listening to the sound of local jazz duo, JazCru. Sample Central Oregon newest brewery, Juniper Brewing Company. JazCru will perform such Jazz standards as Girl from Ipanema, Autumn Leaves, Besame Mucho and Satin Doll. The duo is comprised of Lee Barker and Alan Yankus.

Sisters Black Butte Ranch 541-595-1510, kwilliams@bbranch.org, http://blackbutteranch.com. Todd Marinovich exclusive exhibit thru April in the Lodge Gallery. Buffalo Horn Gallery 167 West Sister Park Dr., 541-549-9378. Featuring the work of Ted Lettkeman, metal sculpter, Alix, mixed media portraiture of Native Americans and Gary Lynn-Roberts, western oil painter.

Submit your Exhibit info to events@cascadeae.com by April 15 for the May issue. Canyon Creek Pottery 310 North Cedar St., 541-390-2449, www.canyoncreekpotteryllc.com. Ongoing exhibit, fine handmade pottery by Kenneth G. Merrill made in Sisters. Cha For The Finest Gallery 183 East Hood Ave. www.chaforthefinest.com, 541-549-1140, chaforthefinest@gmail.com. Second Saturday April 12 featuring old trade beads on buckskin for the Earthy look, three books on prehistoric fiction by Cha and the new Regat bronze sculptures. Clearwater Art Gallery 303 West Hood, 541-549-4994, www.theclearwatergallery.com.   Monday night music starts at 7pm. Wine Down on Wednesdays, Friday Night Flights.   Desert Charm 161 S Elm Street, Sisters, 541-549-8479. Ongoing exhibits by Central Oregon artists. Featuring Nancy Bushaw, Deborah Dallinga, Tamari Gress and Margaret Meritt, pottery by Laurie Johansson and fiber arts by Jeannette Bobst, Tami Meritt and Cathy Paxton. Don Terra Artworks 222 W Hood Ave., 541-549-1299. Teri Applegarth, Dayne and Don Pathael, owners of Don Terra, exhibit their work. The Jewel 221 West Cascade Ave., 541-549-9388. Ongoing exhibit, jewelry by Mary Jo Weiss. Jill’s Wild (tasteful!) Women Showroom 601 Larch St., Ste. B, 541-617-6078. Artwork, cards, giftware and ceramics.    Kate Aspen Studios 160 SW Oak St., 541-549-6950. Ongoing exhibit, beads, buttons, vintage jewelry and art. Sisters Art Works 204 W Adams, 541-420-9695, www.sistersartworks.com. Annual My Own Two Hands Auction art exhibit, Art Stroll - 3:30-6:30pm, Friday, April 11. Sisters Gallery and Frame Shop 242 W Hood Ave., 541-549-9552, www.sistersgallery.com. Ongoing exhibit: fine art landscape photography by Curtiss Abbott, Gary Albertson, Roger Dorband and Dennis Schmidling. Original artwork, prints, tapestries and note cards by Paul Alan Bennett. Watercolors by Ashley Dean. Oils and note cards by Kay Baker. Acrylics by Pat Siegner. Custom framing by thirdgeneration framer Dennis Schmidling. Sisters Public Library 110 N Cedar, 541-382-1209, Mon-Thurs 10-6; Sun noon-6. Closed Fri-Sat. helen@sistersgallery.com. The Dog Stars, based on Peter Heller’s book of the same name - Deschutes Library’s Novel Idea selection. Featuring two- and three-dimensional art in keeping with the book’s theme. Items from Ponderosa Forge will be featured in the library’s display cases. The Porch 243 N Elm St., 541-549-3287, www.theporch-sisters.com. Featuring Casey Gardner’s acrylic paintings. You can see her artwork on Facebook under Casey Gardner’s Acrylic Paintings. Caseygardnersacrylicpaintings@gmail.com. Vista Bonita 222 West Hood Ave., Suite B, 541-549-4527. www.vistabonitaglass.com. Bright collection of whimsical, functional glass art, designer ceramics, fine art photography and unique landscape paintings.

Sunriver Artists’ Gallery Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr., 541-593-2127 or 541-593-8274, www.artistsgallerysunriver.com.   You can celebrate with these talented artists at the monthly artist’s reception on April 12 from 4-6pm. Featured artists are Marjorie Cossairt, Stella Rose Powell, Chuck Chamberlain and Glenn Burleigh. Sunriver Lodge Betty Gray Gallery 17600 Center Dr. Presents a show of UFO quilts by a group representing the Mountain Meadow Quilters with quilts honoring the late Judy Hopkins, renowned quilter, lecturer, teacher and author of 21 books. Thru May 15. The quilters will be present at the public reception in Hopkin’s honor on Saturday, April 19 (Easter weekend) from 4-6pm in the gallery. Billye Turner, art consultant, organizes exhibitions for Sunriver Resort, 541-382-9398.   The Wooden Jewel 57100 Beaver Dr., 541-593-4151, info@thewoodenjewel.com. The Luxury of Wooden Watches -- recycled wood watches in an array of colors. Mark Doolittle has a doctorate in biology, and his pieces reflect a creative diversity of form and function, and most feature fossils or minerals that are integrated into the overall design.

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Floral Inspiration for The Bloom Project’s Annual Fundraiser

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rangements along with highlighting the design he burst of color and lingering scent elements involved in their interpretive design of a thoughtfully designed flower of the chosen art. bouquet can have a powerful effect Billye Turner and Scott Louis Brown worked on anyone’s mood, especially if one is sick, or together to identify the local artists that would close to the end of life. The simple beauty and be invited to participate, and asked each artjoy of flowers is at the core of local nonprofit ist to submit two pieces of art. Sharon Dawn The Bloom Project and their third annual lunchose the floral designers, who will each get a cheon fundraiser, Bouquets of the Heart on chance to pick their preferences among the 10 May 1. art pieces. Founded by Heidi Berkman in 2007, The “The challenge on this project was to limit Bloom Project began as a way to create someour selections to just five artists and two selecthing special for those in end of life care; curtions from each artist, we have such an abunrently the project works with six hospice and dance of talent in Central Oregon,” commentpalliative care agencies in Central Oregon with 2013 Artist Dilbert Gish’s Lilacs with Green Apples; Designer: Deanna ed Louis Brown.  a dedicated volunteer team creating and deliv- Brainerd - Flowers by Deanna “These floral designers then selected the artist ering the beautiful bouquets. and artwork they would use for inspiration for their For the second year floral designers will be takfloral creation based on possible considerations ing their inspiration from local artists to create arArtist: Justyn Livingston’s Come to Me such as palette, subject matter, design or others,” rangements that will be available for sale during the Designer: MaryAnn Leyen - Cascade Garden Center explained Turner. The designers used a ballot listevent’s silent auction. “We started the event with Artist: Gary Vincent’s Walk Softly ing each art piece and then rated them from 1 to the idea that it would combine the friend-raiser Designer: Paula Knapek Donner Flower Shop 10 in preference. Assignments were made based and fund-raiser,” said Berkman. “Last year we comon those ballots and the designers then had 30-40 bined art and flowers for the first time.” Artist: Christian Heeb’s Buddha IX days to create the design. The combination concept as fundraiser had been Designer: Sharon Dawn - Design by Dawn “We like to have floral designers who enjoy a chalused successfully at several west coast museums like lenge - are comfortable working in large scale - very the de Young Museum in San Francisco and the Artist: Dawn Emerson’s Looking Back good at their  craft - and who can leave us with a San Diego Museum of Art. Selected floral designDesigner: Scott Louis Brown - J.S. Brown Designs little education and creative inspiration,” Dawn said. ers reflect their interpretation of fine art paintings Table centerpieces will be donated to hospice and photographs in their arrangements, which are Artist: Pam Jersey Bird’s Silent Listening partners, and the proceeds from the silent auction then auctioned off to benefit the organization. Designer: Deanna Brainerd - Flowers by Deanna will be used towards the purchase of supplies and “I think, it’s a really unique way to share with the securing a new project manager position for The community about The Bloom Project and an inter11:30am – 1:30pm Bloom Project. esting and educational element that includes flowMt. Bachelor Village Resort, Bend “Our event allows us to introduce the communiers,” Berkman explained. Ticket Price: $55 per person ty to our Bloom Project activities and purpose. The This year Bouquets of the Heart will be emceed http://thebloomproject.org beauty of flowers can bring a touch of joy and a by Cascade A&E Publisher Pamela Hulse Andrews h.berkman@thebloomproject.org knowing that one is thought of. And who is more at the Mt. Bachelor Village Resort and will feature deserving than those in Hospice,” said Dawn. five local floral designers working from the art of “Such comfort from beautiful, fresh blooms is impossible to measure,” comfive Central Oregon artists. Guests will enjoy a three-course luncheon while the floral designers discuss the creative process in the construction of their ar- mented Turner.

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Vision for Families - A Fine Photography Soiree parenting skills and strengthen parent-child relationships. They also serve as the State’s partner in Central Oregon with the 2-1-1 Helpline. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Family Resource Center. Tickets: Brenna Jackson at brennaj@frconline.org or 541-389-5468. www.frconline.org.

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he Family Resource Center is bringing back its popular fine photography event, Vision for Families – A Fine Photography Silent Auction and Soiree. The 20 year old local nonprofit serves the tri-county area with parenting education classes and workshops as well as informational resources for families. Family Resource Center will be holding the event at The Riverhouse on Friday May 9 at 5:30-8:30pm. This event has a long history but had been tabled when the Central Oregon economy cooled. As long time board member and photographer Loren Irving explained, “We were getting more and more questions and interest from members of the community asking if the event would ever return, and so we are excited to announce that the time is right to bring the Vision for Families back. It seems like the community has spoken and we are eager to respond.” Tickets for the event are $35 per person or $65 per couple which includes admission to the Soiree, a drink ticket with heavy appetizers and a no-host bar. “We are looking forward to seeing some old friends and supporters as well as many new faces,” longtime board member Brad Bailey said. “We are also excited to introduce our new Executive Director Chuck Keers. Mr. Keers has been leading Tango in the Garden by Dorothy Freudenberg Family Resource Center since February as our highly successful and wellrespected Executive Director Vicki Ertle retired after 20 years leading the nonprofit.” The Family Resource Center of Central Oregon is the local hub for parenting education and support in Central Oregon. The parenting education hub is a network of over 25 tri-county organizations working together to provide a variety of programs and activities for families. The Family Resource Center supports families with children of all ages by providing a wide variety of parenting education classes and workshops designed to help parents build effective Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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Artists’ Gallery Sunriver Celebrates Spring

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veryone is happy that Spring is around the corner! The artists at the gallery in Sunriver are certainly no exception, and they would like to celebrate with you at the Second Saturday reception on April 12. The celebration starts at 4pm when refreshments are set out for all attendees to enjoy. While enjoying the party feast, you can catch up with the latest art produced by some of the gallery’s most popular artists. Featured artists are Marjorie Cossairt, Stella Rose Powell, Chuck Chamberlain and Glenn Burleigh. You will especially be delighted by new offerings from Marjorie Cossairt, watercolor painter. Cossairt has a very loyal following. Most of her collectors have multiple pieces because her unique and cohesive style makes for beautiful groupings on a single wall. One collector felt that the three paintings the he purchased worked so well together that it was “like looking out the window into the forest.” Cossairt’s use of color never fails to radiate from the surface of her paintings. She is very adept at placing complementary colors next to each other to create energy. One of several new pieces featured this month, a macro view of a butterfly, is going to be very popular. Another very popular artist at the gallery is Stella Rose Powell, jewelry artist. Because Powell’s pieces are so unique and constantly include new ideas and techniques, displaying her work at the gallery is like the gift of having new artists all of the time. One of her featured pieces this month is a beautiful metal bracelet adorned with delicate metal pieces and Oregon Sun stone. Almost every month Powell’s pieces change and evolve into something even more enticing to those of us that like to add jewelry to our collection. Once again the gallery is proud to feature the paintings of Chuck Chamberlain. This month’s featured painting is a captivating look at a picturesque barn. Chamberlain has the ability to take what is more typically a masculine subject, but pres-

Hinge Bracelet by Stella Rose Powell

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Fly Free by Marjorie Coissiart

Solvent in Sunriver Cameron Kaseberg Joins Artists’ Gallery Sunriver

resh off his recent appearance on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s (OPB) Oregon Art Beat, Central Oregon artist Cameron Kaseberg has joined the Artists’ Gallery Sunriver. The solvent transfer process was brought to prominence in the 1950s by Robert Rauschenberg, but has since been relatively obscure. Kaseberg has been exploring, playing with and redefining the process since his college days. The work involves combining his original photographs and graphics (he is also a graphic designer) with dissolved magazine inks,

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ent it in the most delicate manner. His use of color and painting technique lend the paintings an “other worldliness.” While Chamberlain really has a talent for realism and detail, his paintings are appealing because of the atmosphere that he creates with each scene. The final featured artist for this month is furniture maker and wood sculptor, Glenn Burleigh. Burleigh has really captured the essence of Spring with his featured piece, Let’s Dance. The free standing abstract Wood sculpture by Glenn Burleigh sculpture, carved from Western Juniper, is almost alive with energy. Burleigh’s carving technique makes great use of the grain of the wood to convey this energy. It is almost as if two of Mother Nature’s own are dancing. 57100 Beaver Dr., 541-593-2127 or 541-593-8274, www.artistsgallerysunriver.com.

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watercolor pigments and other media through an image transfers process using solvents. Over the course of the last nine years, Kaseberg has been making a name for himself through Pacific North West gallery exhibits, nationally recognized art festivals throughout the western United States, as well as giving back to the community through service with Art in the High Desert, the Smith Rock Paint Out and the Redmond Commission for Art in Public Places. www.kaseberg.com.


Mountain Meadow Quilters Honor The Late Judy Hopkins The Big Book of Patchwork, 50 Fabulous Quilts from Judy Hopkins (Martingale), is one of her three bestselling titles (with combined sales of over 550,000 copies). In recognition of Hopkins and her passion for quilting plus the honorary title of Queen of Quilting Blocks, Martingale created The Best of Judy Hopkins: 365 Quilt-Block Patterns Perpetual Calendar. Her best known work, the three volume Around the Block series, provided the 366 (including leap year) designs and cutting instructions for blocks featured in the calendar. In addition to the award-winning Liberty quilt and others completed by Hopkins and generously loaned by her family, some 18 additional, unfinished quilts from the artist’s studio, gifted to Sarah Kaufman and thereafter to Mountain Meadows Quilters, appear in the exhibition. Fondly titled UFOs, (Unfinished Objects), these quilts, in various states of completion (some directions for a quilt, fabrics quilt ready, some blocks, some partially made quilts), were given to 13 guild members to finish in their own individual style and interpretation. Most of these quilts will be offered for sale, with proceeds to Mountain Meadow Quilters for charity quilt endeavors and other MMQ projects.

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he Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery presents quilts by a group representing the Mountain Meadow Quilters (MMQ) with designs honoring the late Judy Hopkins, renowned quilter, lecturer, teacher and author. The show run until May 15, following Mother’s Day. The quilters and members of Hopkins’ family will be present at the public reception in their honor on Saturday, April 19 (Easter weekend) from 4–6pm in the gallery.

Hopkins, a 58 year resident of Juneau, Alaska, began her full-time quilting career in 1986 after winning the Alaska state Great American Quilt Contest with her Liberty entry.

Hopkins, a 58 year resident of Juneau, Alaska, began her full-time quilting career in 1986 after winning the Alaska state Great American Quilt Contest with her Liberty entry. A quilter for many years prior to this honor, the recognition encouraged her pursuit of a 25 year history including 21 design and pattern books, 600 quilt block patterns, tools for quilting and quilt-themed jewelry.

Mountain Meadow Quilters participating in creating/finishing the quilts include Cate Brooks, Ardie Daniels, Janet Gehlert, Judy Johnson, Sarah Kaufman, Mary Klein, Barbara Lowrey, Pat Pease, Kathy Peters, Joan Santoro, Linda Saukkonen, Pam Morris Stendal and Hopkin’s friend, Leta Winston of Lake Oswego. MMQ meets monthly and welcomes visitors and new members. Please see www. mountainmeadowquilters.org to learn more. Sunriver Resort invites the public to the exhibition and the Judy Hopkins Quilt reception at the Lodge, open all hours. Billye Turner, art consultant, 503780-2828. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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Hop N Bean Taphouse Pub Sprucing Up Sisters by Jeff Spry, Cascade A&E Feature Writer

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ith Suttle Lake Lodge’s Boathouse Restaurant underwater, the Ski Inn struck by a tree and short-term hopes of a Cibelli’s Pizza or Dairy Queen dashed, eating choices in Sisters are getting mighty thin. But Hop N Bean taphouse pub is fixin’ to change that. Just nine months old, Hop N Bean is going through growing pains going into the new year, with plans to stretch into new territory with an expanded Hop N Bean Pizza Kitchen serving up Italian items for Sisters Country folks. What began as a beer growler station coffee shop with pizza and breakfast burritos is now blossoming into a sit-down, Italian-style cafe this coming spring. To accomplish this task, owners Mandy Strasser and Phil Haugen plan to cut a hole in the adjoining wall and push into the spot recently vacated by Sunbuster Video.  “It will still be our signature hand-crafted dishes with all fresh ingredients but with more home-cooked comfort food,” said Strasser. “We want to put in a wood-fired pizza oven and a stove with a grill to allow us to make homemade sauces and pastas and more Italian-style food than just the pizza. The current ovens we have don’t allow us to do that. It’ll add another 800 square feet to the business and greatly increase the total capacity.”

Owners Mandy Strasser & Phil Haugen

Strasser is launched a Kickstarter campaign, an online crowdfunding source for the expansion of the business, with a goal of raising an additional $40,000 to complete the project.   “Backers will be eligible for a variety of tiered rewards and merchandise starting at $5 all the way up to $5,000 pledges to redeem for everything from hats and pint glasses, to pizza creation opportunities and table-naming rights for their family.” The expansion will allow for more inside accommodations and an outside seating patio on the side-lawn, allowing them to transform the enterprise into a sit-down restaurant with tableside service. “We’re also looking to expand our menu to include salad selections, desserts and more wines,” Strasser explained. “With the outdoor seating alone we’ll be able to put in twelve or more tables. We’d like to be open early June if we get our Kickstarter funding and will be able to start construction by the end of April.” Strasser and Haugen are hoping people will check out their Kickstarter site and cash in on some of the great rewards offered and help back the positive project. “We want to thank the whole community for being so supportive of us in opening a new place and helping us grow so fast.” 523 E Highway 20, www.Kickstarter.com, 541-719-1295.

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Welcome to The Sisters Country Sisters Coffee Company Travels to Obtain Fine Coffee by JEFF SPRY, Cascade A&E Feature Writer

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Jesse Durham and Jack Escobar

“Over the past year and half, we’ve had the wonderful opportunity to come into contact and befriend some coffee farm owners from Fredonia, in the region of Antioquia, Colombia,” Durham said. “Jack and Maria Cristina Escobar, an older couple, began to frequent our Portland Pearl Café in 2012, and eventually became good friends with my brother Jared, who worked the coffee bar.”   In March 2013, the Escobars invited the Durhams down to their farm in Colombia, where they lived six months out of the year. They had been selling their coffee on the domestic market in Colombia, but had recently acquired their full export license, and were very enthusiastic to export their coffees to the United States.   “My brother and I giddily accepted the opportunity. I had been to Colombia once before, when I was 20, and have always been very eager to establish a direct trade relationship in Colombia.”

impetus of their farms is hinged on producing quality coffees.”   The result is a fine, medium-bodied roast with fruity, watermelon aromas and caramel flavors leading to a clean pronounced finish.

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omething new is brewing at Sisters Coffee Company, a distinct medium body “Campo Amor” Colombian coffee, hand-selected from the green mountains of South America by the owners themselves. Director of Operations Jesse Durham detailed the journey to obtain this fine coffee and its savory farm-to-cup quest. 

“We had a very memorable, adventurous trip. After our return we were able to work out a price for the coffee that works for them and works for Sisters Coffee, and we were able to purchase our favorite coffees that we tasted on that trip, and are now offering them on our shelves as of this past fall. This relationship has been a huge milestone in our green bean buying program and it’s one that we hope to cultivate and nurture for years to come.” 237 W Hood Ave. in Sisters.

Campo Amor coffee is a fine, medium-bodied roast with fruity, watermelon aromas and caramel flavors leading to a clean pronounced finish.

Upon their arrival to Medellin, Jack and Maria picked them up in their ranch truck and they traveled two hours to Fredonia, where the Escobar clan owns five farms in the area.   “Their house is situated on the side of a steep mountain at 4,500 feet above sea level. The view of Colombian mountain ranges looking to the south is endless. We were in the heart of one of the most prolific coffee producing countries in the world. Over the course of a week we were able to cup (taste) a variety of coffees they were growing on their well-organized Oromolido Farms. Jack and Maria employ a fulltime agronomist along with a fulltime Q Grader (professional coffee cupper). The entire

My Own Two Hands

From Where I Stand - April 11 & 12

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y Own Two Hands began in 2001 as a fundraiser for the Sisters Americana Project, the educational outreach component of the Sisters Folk Festival. The project began with Painted Strings. Utilizing donated, unplayable guitars, area artists embellished each of the instruments in their individual style. Painted Strings was followed in 2002 with Kite Strings, a community Kite Fly and Kite-themed auction and party. Donated works will be put Friday, April 11 up for auction for the benefit Art Stroll - 3:30-6:30pm of the Sisters Americana Enjoy the rich artistic and musical offerProject and arts education in ings of Central Oregon. Musicians, artists the Sisters public schools and and art will be in abundance throughout community. The Saturday Sisters, making for a wonderful evening exnight art auction and party, ploring the shops, galleries and community held at Ponderosa Forge & centers of our charming town. Ironworks, brings together Community Parade - 4-4:30pm the art, the artists and the Performing Arts - 6:30-9:30pm community in a fun evening The Belfry, 302 E Main Ave. of celebration featuring great food, live music and both Saturday, April 12 silent and live auctions. Art Auction and Party - 6pm www.sistersfolkfestival.org. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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he sixth annual Art on the River at Eagle Crest showcases exceptional art and helps support art programs in Redmond schools; 100 percent of raffle/silent auction sales plus additional proceeds beyond the operational costs will go to support the programs. It is a fun, quality show at the beautiful River Run Event Center in Eagle Crest. Friday, April 25 from 5-8pm, will begin the event with an artists reception and sales, music, wine, raffle/silent auction and party. Saturday, April 26 from 10am4pm attendees will enjoy art sales and demonstrations. Over 25 Central Oregon artists working in painting, drawing, graphics, oil, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, prints, ceramics (functional, decorative), sculpture (ceramic, wood, repurposed materials, jewelry (beaded, metal, glass, fabric), fabric (woven, stitched, felted, painted silk), wood (inlayed, repurposed, custom designs, gifts, toys), glass (plates, trays, jewelry) and gourds (painted, inscribed, beaded) will participate. Six years ago two newly retired artists, Joan Sheets, painter, and Marcia Hud-

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son, ceramicist, moved to Eagle Crest and started the show at the River Run Event Center. Six successful years later, the show is growing and contributing more each year to the art programs in the Redmond schools. Sheets is an art educator previously with the Portland Art Museum and public and private schools  and has shown her paintings in and around the state. Hudson is active at the annual Wild Fire show and other venues. Last year four Redmond elementary schools where awarded funds from the proceeds and hired artists in residents to teach each class various art forms such as painting, graphics and clay.

The Artwork of Alfred Dolezal at Eagle Crest

ince beginning professional oil painting in 1963, state because you are too highly enlightened. Alfred Dolezal has completed over 250 works. “I A few people spend most of their time in this lower level; have always questioned the reason for living - I the longer they are there, the more they begin to identify was never convinced that we are just born, make a living with their fears, worries and dislikes. Their negativity feeds and die,” says Dolezal. “Even as a child, I started searching off itself to such an extent that it charges its own source of for answers and today I know that our lives are governed power, like the blue-glowing creature, bottom center of the by the law of cause and effect. We have gotten used to putpainting. Yet, light shines into this underground world and ting our mind on cruise control and have abandoned our the stairway leading out is always present. dreams and our intuition.” Silhouettes of the creatures below are integrated into the Through the years, his paintings have often displayed peaceful landscape above. They are reminders of the negacubistic tendencies and vibrant colors. He has cultivated a tive thoughts and emotions that are always present just bevivid imagination that reveals his mischievous, humorous low the surface and prompt us to be alert and not to fall back side and his love for the unexpected. In 1989, he began into the unconscious mind trap. In order to balance life’s a series of evocative, symbolic paintings examining the challenges and stay on the upper level, you have to raise the deeper meaning of life. problem to the level where it does not exist: remove yourself These eclectic, contemporary, realistic works tell a hufrom the situation, change it or accept it totally. man interest story, his choice of colors dramatizing their Dolezal’s visionary art explores the universal laws of namood and positive theme. Violet and yellow are used in ture and the tools for enlightenment. His goal is to elevate most of his paintings, hues which are outlets for his spiriand enlighten the human consciousness through thoughttual expression. Predominant in his paintings are rounded provoking imagery and storytelling. Combining evocative horizons, globes, circular images - all emphasizing his unsymbolism and mystical surrealism with psychology, hisderlying belief in the presence of a loving, immanent force tory, philosophy, mythology, physics and metaphysics, his present in everything and in an existence we create for Mind Games by Alfred Dolezal paintings offer a blueprint to the human reality, connectourselves as a result of our thoughts and actions. “I like to think of my paintings ing its challenges and rewards to a self-empowered and justly ordered existence. as puzzle pieces that fit together and show you the bigger picture yet.” “There are no coincidences and we are not victims in an unjust and chaotic world.” Mind Games illustrates this principle beautifully. We all strive for a pleasant life, More significantly he questions, “What if our human existence is only like the but occasionally find ourselves lost and tormented in the dark side of our own cre- root of a flower?” ation. How did we get there? The first way is the direct way: using a habitual speech The artwork of Alfred Dolezal invites you to venture beyond that which you and repetitive thought pattern of hating this and that and expecting the worst. The think you know- to explore another realm of possibilities where art is much more second way is the indirect way: judging with contempt someone who confidently than just a painting! The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal, Eagle Crest Resort, Village Square, 7525 Falcon Crest inhabits the upper level and is free to enjoy all of life’s pleasures and rewards. The third way is the paradoxical way: believing you can never fall into this unpleasant Drive, Suite 100, 434-989-3510, www.alfreddolezal.com, artofalfreddolezal@gmail.com. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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by LINDEN GROSS, One Stop Writing Shop ave you ever heard of Redmond’s Red Martini, Bar & Grill?” my ree. “Rich, delicious comfort food” we all agreed. The Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin served with a lavender pomegranate glaze and sweet potato hash was friend Jill asked me. The establishment is so new it doesn’t even have a website. But one look at the a pig on pig delight—tender with a hint of salt and sweet. Crispy Dungeness crab Facebook page and the menu, and I knew this was my kind of place. That feeling cakes—actually a mixture of crab meat, scallops, white fish and fresh herbs with was reinforced the second my friends and I walked into the lovely Art Deco-style minimal filler—were lightly breaded and moist. The accompanying tomato jam lounge with its 15-foot ceilings, original pillars that date back to 1928, vintage and Cajun aioli worked just as well as the seafood cakes themselves. Owner and general manager Suzanne Tarbet checked in on us right about movie posters, dark wood bar and old Hollywood feel. We settled into opposing red velvet banquettes and quickly made our selections from the 16 signature marti- then. “Have you tried the duck yet?” she asked, her voice tinged with anticipation. We hadn’t, but we immediately rectified that oversight. The duck breast, cooked nis. “I don’t feel like I’m in Redmond anymore,” one a perfect pink, was served on a chive blini and topped with braised fennel, fig of my friends said as our cocktails compote and rosemary balsamic syrup. By then we had talked with Suzanne were presented with a couple of amuses, in this case tiny dishes of mixed olives and housebrined vegetables. We start off with three appetizers. The Artisan Charcuterie plate offered top-notch local cured meats—salami, prosciutto and capicola—served with toasted baguette slices, tasty stone-ground mustard and cornichons. Our second choice, the marinated mozzarella cheese and walnut salad, Espresso Martini would have been more successful had the heirloom tomato been ripe. Still, we all liked Red Martini, Bar & Grill the contrast of the sweet rosemary balsamic 509 SW Sixth Street, Redmond vinaigrette and candied walnut with the salt 541-504-6424 in the fresh mozzarella and the acid in the Owner: Suzanne Tarbet tomato. Our third appetizer took things to a Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 4–10pm whole new level. enough to know that she had come from a television marketing The Smoked Salmon Rillette melded both smoked and steamed salmon into a silky and yet slightly chunky spread. A background before opening Red Martini. “How the hell did she do this without ever being in the restaurant business?” exsealing layer of clarified butter added an element of creamy decadence to each bite, with the accompanying fried capers and diced shallots providing contrasting claimed my friend Jill. The answer, in part, is Suzanne’s talented chef Robert Helwig, sharp, salty notes. The dish reinforced my sense that I’d found a new home. My who worked at House on Metolius in Sisters and Napa Valley’s Brix before that. Our festival of small plates concluded with a baked gratin of wild mushroom friend Viv echoed that sentiment. “Bottom line, I can’t wait to come back,” she and brioche with Asiago, Mozzarella and Gruyere on a bed of crispy prosciutto announced. And that was before we’d tried the small plates. and roasted pimento coulis. My friend Leah made a small sound at the back of Our five selections ran the length her throat after her first bite. “I’m coming back for that,” she announced. of the table. We started with the “Did you just mew?” I asked. five-ounce beef tenderloin medal“I did,” she happily admitted. “Like a kitten over warm milk.” lion served with a wild mushroom We ended with four desserts that were all over the top without being overly Merlot sauce on a Red Martini’s Duck Breast sweet: a dark chocolate pot de crème tinged with coffee, a white chocolate mousse bed of roasted kiwi and berry parfait, a banana brioche pudding with craisins and rum-maple root vegesyrup and a roasted pear crème brulée. table puRed Martini, Bar & Grill brings a fine dining approach to what is basically a cocktail lounge that feels like an upscale living room. “This whole experience is like drinking a martini,” one of my friends announced after we had all commented on the beautiful presentation of both food and cocktails. “It takes you away because it all works.” Exactly.

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Hula Dancers, Babylon Realm Foam Fighters, Alicia Inns, Alistair Paterson, Anna Johnson, Betsy Warriner, Brad Knowles, Brian Fratzke, Dave Clemens, David Simpson, Don Delach, Ed Carson, Jodie Barram, Karen Sipes, Kristi Miller, Lee Anderson, Mark Capell, Mary Kilpatrick, Mike Cheney, Mollie Tennant, Rebekah Sharpe, Rob Moore, Sally Russell, Scott Ramsay, Shea Reiner, Talena Barker, Tim Casey, Todd Hanson, Tom DeWolf, Vanessa Farnsworth, and Victor Chudowsky In an effort to put some fun back in fundraising, the Follies celebrate and underwrite the important role the nonprofit Tower Theatre plays in the cultural life of Central Oregon. Both evenings have silent and live auctions, and opportunities for audience members to use cash, checks and credit cards as votes to give their favorite act a Gratuitous Standing Ovation. Attendees can even purchase their own live “Shameless Plug” to be incorporated into a Follies sketch onstage. “When the Source Weekly’s Readers Poll named the 2013 Follies ‘Bend’s Best Local Fundraiser,’” observed Ray Solley, executive director of the Tower Theatre Foundation and executive producer of the fundraiser, “we knew we had pulled the wool over the eyes of Central Oregon’s most intelligent Comedy sketches include: the most uncitizens. This cast of brave perusual questions visitors ask the Chamber formers is eager to extend our of Commerce; a beauty pageant of Bend one-year winning streak!” stereotypes, sights along an Ale Trail NaBend Follies – benefitting ture Hike, confessions of Art, (downtown’s the Tower Theatre Foundation, silver statue), Bend’s most extremely active Friday and Saturday, April 25 Old Folks Home and what city councilors and 26, 6:30pm, Tower Thereally think about during meetings. atre - 835 NW Wall Street, $49 reserved seating includes admisSong parodies feature: satires of Les sion to VIP post-show party at Miz, the Chris Carney scandal and Bend Chocolate Element, $34 general Beer Camp sing-alongs. seating, $19 cheap seats in the balcony, plus $1 historic theatre Plus, Bended News Network anchors restoration fee, 541-317-0700 Lee Anderson and Alicia Inns return or TowerTheatre.org. Warning: with full coverage of the local stories other The Bend Follies contains adult newscasts missed, assisted by BNN’s cematerial, and an adolescent sense lebrity interviewer, Kristi Miller. of humor. Photo courtesy of Jill Rosell

he Tower Theatre Foundation once again has filled the cast of the Bend Follies with prominent business, civic and entertainment leaders showing off their singing, dancing and joke-telling skills. The Follies is a lighthearted, fast-paced comedy show that opens Friday, April 25 and, appropriately, closes the next night, Saturday, April 26. The second annual installment is co-hosted by Maralyn Thoma (owner, 2nd Street The closing number at the first Theater) and Chuck Arnold Bend Follies in 2013 (executive director, Downtown Bend Business Association). A partial list of Central Oregonians participating in this year’s Follies includes: Employees of Cascades Lakes, Deschutes, McMenamin’s and Worthy Breweries, Cast of Les Miserables, Lava City Roller Dolls, U’Hane Hawaii

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ickets are on sale for the Sunriver Music Festival’s 37th season. Friends of the Festival members may purchase their tickets starting April 1. Ticket sales to the general public begin June 1. The theme for the 37th season is A Season of Love. The music of love will be interwoven throughout each concert from Brahms to Mendelssohn to Beethoven to the unique charms and remarkable voice of Storm Large. For his third full season with the Sunriver Music Festival, Artistic Director and Conductor George Hanson will lead the world class Festival Orchestra in four classical concerts and a Pops concert. The 37th season also includes a solo piano concert plus free orchestra rehearsals, a piano master class and the annual Festival Faire dinner and auction fundraiser. Pops Concert at Summit High – August 8 Crazy Arc Of Love, Storm Large and The Festival Orchestra Sunriver Resort Great Hall – August 10 A Loving Tribute to Lawrence Leighton Smith, Kernis, Aaron Jay, Musica Celestis (Heavenly Music); Schumann, Concerto For Piano In A Minor, Op. 54, featuring: Hunter Noack, piano; Haydn, Symphony No. 104 In D Major (London) Sunriver Resort Great Hall – August 12 My Dearest Clara…Love, Brahms; Brahms, Symphony No. 3 In F Major, Op. 90; Brahms, Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 77, featuring: Steven Moeckel, violin Tower Theatre in Bend – August 15 If Music Be The Food Of Love, Play On – Shakespeare, featuring: Central Oregon Mastersingers, Berlioz, Queen Mab Scherzo from Romeo and Juliet; Vaughan Williams, Serenade To Music; Purcell, Suite From The Fairy Queen; Mendelssohn, Midsummer Night’s Dream; incidental music Sunriver Resort Great Hall – August 18 Solo Piano Concert Featuring Sean Chen - 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Crystal Medalist Sunriver Resort Great Hall – August 20 Love Transcends Time, Theofanidis, Visions and Miracles; Saint Saëns, Concerto No. 2 In G Minor For Piano, featuring: Sean Chen, piano; Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67 541-593-9310 or tickets@sunrivermusic.org or www.sunrivermusic.org.

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land’s founder David Balakrishnan’s new composition Tree of Life. Also, during their visit to Central Oregon, the Turtle Island Quartet will perform for over 550 students from the two La Pine elementary schools at the La Pine High School. Known for their exciting school programs, the Turtle Island Quartet will present an engaging and accessible presentation for children in grades K – 5 titled A String Quartet is Like a Family. The educational concert utilizes the model of the family to help students understand how a string quartet functions and thrives. Turtle Island draws comparisons between the interactions of the quartet and the audience’s families, giving children a personal reference point that greatly helps them to gain a simple but profound understanding of the complete dynamics that drive musical groups. The Sunriver Music Festival is able to bring this music education program to La Pine through the generous support and grants from the Sunriver Rotary Club and the Sunriver Womens Club. 541-593-9310, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org. Photo courtesy of SMF

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he Sunriver Music Festival and the Tower Theatre Foundation are teaming up to bring the two time Grammy award winning Turtle Island Quartet to Central Oregon for an evening concert in downtown Bend and a music education program in La Pine. The Turtle Island Quartet concert, Have You Ever Been…?, is Friday, April 11 at 7pm, and is part of the Tower’s LessonPlan Series, offering top quality live performances for fami- Turtle Island Quartet lies. Have You Ever Been…?
includes a mix of jazz, classical, American vernacular and world music styles. Through their music, the Turtle Island Quartet will take the audience on a journey through many musical genres, eras and places. Have You Ever Been…? ventures to Electric Ladyland, tackling works by legendary guitarist, songwriter and performer Jimi Hendrix, as well as other compositions reflective of and inspired by Hendrix’s music including Turtle Is-

owntown Bend has a new, live jazz music hub, The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar. Every third Saturday, The Wine Shop will present top local and regional jazz artists performing live in an intimate, European type atmosphere.  Performances are at 8pm with music until 10:30pm. Admission is $10 and seating is limited. It’s recommended purchasing advance tickets or arriving early. Deco Moon Jazz, featuring local favorite Lori Fletcher on vocals will take the stage on April 19. And on May 17, experience The Lisa Dae Trio featuring guitarist Robert Lee and the refined jazz vocal stylings of Lisa Dae. “Great jazz and fine wine and beer in an intimate Lori Fletcher setting is an experience that bridges European and American cultures,” says Melanie Betti, owner. “With the lineup of top artists booked for every third Saturday, I hope to bring a new jazz exposure to Bend where artists and music lovers help support a diverse and thriving downtown culture.” The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar is a wonderful slice of Europe in downtown Bend. Established in 2006, the shop was created to offer customers the try before you buy concept. Unlike most U.S. wine bars, The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar embraces the Italian way of life with wine and beer; informal, unpretentious and unintimidating.  541-389-2884, 55 NW Minnesota Avenue.  Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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May 12. Durst’s popular show Boomeraging: From LSD to OMG will be held at Bend’s Volcanic Theatre Pub inside the Century Center at 7:30pm, Monday, May 12. The benefit performance for KPOV, 88.9 fm is presented by BIGS Hydroponics & Organics. The Century Center is located at 70 SW Century Drive in Bend. Celeste Franklin, veteran touring comic from Seattle, now a KPOV deejay living in Bend, will open for Durst. KPOV deejay Mike Ficher will emcee the show. Will Durst In addition to BIGS, sponsors include Doubletree by Hilton in Bend, JR’s Body and Paint, Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails, Lisa Bertalan and Ken Brinich of Hendrix, Brinich & Bertalan, LLP, the Center for Car Donations, Kristin Morris at Connect Hearing, Lulu’s Boutique, Marcia Koff Watercolors and wabi sabi/cool Japanese stuff. “Boomeraging,” says Durst, is “my tribute to the joys, achievements and looming terrors that accompany being a member of the Baby Boom Generation.” His rollicking 85-minute heartfelt monologue encourages boomers to refuse to grow old in the face of gravity no matter how many times they forget their online banking security question. Advance tickets will be available in April at bendticket.com-$15 general admission, $13 for KPOV members (members can call KPOV at 541-322-0863 for the membership discount code). Tickets will also be available at the door for $17. 541-322-0863, kpov.org.

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High Desert Chamber Music Presents the Crown City String Quartet

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The Spotlight Chamber Players from HDigh Desert Chamber Music CM’s Educational Outreach program will per(HDCM) continues their sixth seaform works by composers ranging from Bach son featuring the Crown City String to Gershwin prior to the concert. This program Quartet on Friday, April 4, 7:30pm at the Tower was developed to provide a high level of chamber Theatre. This concert is brought to you by the music instruction to aspiring young musicians. Norma DuBois and Julie Moe Team at Cascade Students in grades 6-12 with at least three years Sotheby’s International Realty. The program of private study and an intermediate to advanced includes works by Haydn, Shostakovich and level are eligible to audition. Brahms. Join members of the quartet for a preRegular chamber music instruction is providconcert talk beginning at 6:45pm. The talk is free ed through HDCM, in addition to performance for all ticket holders. opportunities and complimentary admission to The Crown City String Quartet are current Dane Little, Ralph Morrison, Isabelle Senger & Carrie HolzmanLittle of the Crown City String Quartet HDCM events. The foland former members and lowing students were seprincipal players of some lected for this year’s proof Southern California’s gram – Mateo Garza and most renowned music igh Desert Chamber Music (HDCM) has been awarded a grant from the ColHannah Ortman (violins), organizations, including lins Foundation in the amount of $7,500. The Collins Foundation is an indeBen Kroeker (viola), and the Los Angeles Champendent, private foundation that was created in 1947 that exists to improve, Paula Blanscett, Jonah ber Orchestra, Hollyenrich and give greater expression to humanitarian endeavors in the state of Oregon and to Rosberg and Amy Wheelwood Bowl Orchestra, assist in improving the quality of life in the state.   er (cello). Pasadena Symphony, The High Desert Chamber Music’s mission is to bring world class chamber music and Tickets: general admisLos Angeles Opera Ormusicians to Central Oregon. Through our concert series and educational outreach prosion - $35 / student tickets chestra, the San Diego grams, we aspire to heighten a level of appreciation, awareness and understanding of this $10, 541-306-3988 or Symphony and San Digreat genre of classical music. Now in its sixth season, HDCM has presented a broad range www.HighDeego Chamber Orchestra. of chamber groups, ranging from string trios to piano quintets.   sertChamWith a refreshing and berMusic. unmistakable camaraderie that is present both on and offstage, they are recognized for delivering com. Tower Theatre – 835 NW Wall St. Bend, 541-306-3988, info@highdesertchambermusic.com. dynamic and engaging performances of standard repertoire.

Bend Fly Fishing Festival Debut

he Bend Casting Club is holding the Bend Fly Fishing Festival at Wille Hall located on the COCC Campus on April 19 from 10am - 4pm. The purpose of the Festival is to bring the lifestyle of the fly fishing community to the broader general public at a unique venues driving messages of education and awareness regarding the sport of fly fishing, the art of the creative people involved with it, the conservation community engaged in activities forwarding the stewardship of the resources, while fostering fun activities and memories which these activities create. Films will highlight the ethic of conservation, the programs and projects local and regional organizations are performing to enhance and protect our water, along with some great films showcasing our waters supplied by local filmmakers at Catch Magazine and Mountain Made Media. There will be opportunities to learn the techniques of tying flies

Local artists will share their mediums including illustration, carving and filmmaking at the Fly Fishing Festival.

and casting fly rods, along Steelhead with areas both indoors and outdoors to participate in these activities first hand from local tiers and casting instructors. Alongside all of this there will be local artists sharing their mediums including illustration, carving and filmmaking. As well, there will be a showcase of the history of the modern fly angler. A raffle and small auction will include items furnished by Patagonia, Simms, TFO, Jeremy Koreski Photography and more. Bend Casting Club is a component of the local Deschutes Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Gabe Parr at bendcastingclub@gmail.com, Kyle Schenk at kylejschenk@gmail.com, www.bendcastingclub.org/ BendFlyFishingFestival. Download the CascadeAE App | April 2014

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Call to Artists

LUMIN Art Studios Call to artists: We’re looking to feature guest artists at our monthly open studio events. You will have one wall area and a table. So far we have April lined up. Go to www.luminartstudios.com/p/blog-page.html for info on how to apply. If you know someone who would be interested, share this! Get in touch with any questions. Art in the High Desert Artist Hosts Needed Art in the High Desert’s Home Hosting Program is designed to help out artists with lodging as well as connect community, artist and show. If you are interested in hosting a visiting artist during the 2014 show, please email Info@ArtintheHighDesert.com for more information.

Artist’s Garage Sale May 3 10am-3pm, Cascade School of Music. Clean out your studios! Sell old inventory and supplies! $35 gives you a 6’x6’ space (including table) in a wonderful downtown location with ample parking, advertising and electronic flyers to distribute to your email list, the weekend before Mother’s Day. You control your own ‘bank’. Limit 11 artists. Contact Sue at info@CascadeFineArtWorkshops.com or 541-408-5524. Call to Artists Membership in newly forming artist-run gallery in Sisters. Contact Kathleenkeliher@yahoo.com We are hoping to begin move-in in mid-April with a grand opening by June. Located on the west end of Hood Ave. (next to Gary Cooley Gallery), hence our name: Hood Avenue Art. Newly formed LLC consisting of a core group of professional artists (Tina Brockway, Katherine Taylor, Kathleen Keliher, Winnie Givot, Elyse and Stephen Douglas, Mitch and Michelle Deadrick and Patricia Freeman-Martin). Opening   the space for at least 10 memberships and looking for professional submissions to include glass, ceramics, jewelry, wood and 2-D art. The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Supporting and benefiting the works of talented artists from around the world for 29 years. The prizes awarded to selected artists are designed to help these artists gain valuable exposure and advance their careers in the art world. Call to Artists for St. Charles Healthcare-Bend Arts in the Hospital, three venues through St. Charles Healthcare, Cancer Center - Bend and Redmond Cancer Center. Please send your requests/submissions to Linda Francis-Strunk, coordinator, Arts in the Hospital, lindartsy1@gmail.com. 2014 Deschutes County Fair Talent Show Wednesday, July 30, 12-3pm on Eberhards Dairy Food Court Stage, singers, musicians, dancers, bands,

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magicians, jugglers and acts of all kinds! Four acts will each win a $150 prize & perform again on Saturday. Send a CD, DVD, videotape (no 8mm) and/or photos along with name, age, address and phone number to: Deschutes County Fair, Talent Show Audition, 3800 Airport Way, Redmond, OR 97756. All audition materials must be at the Fairgrounds by Monday, July 7 - notification will be completed by Monday, July 14. 11th Annual Around the Block Fiber Arts Stroll Seeking artists who specialize in any fiber-related art for the Around the Block Fiber Arts Stroll on Sunday, July 6, 12-4pm in downtown Sisters. This is THE kickoff event for a week of festivities for the 39th Annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. Excellent opportunity to showcase your work to hundreds of art enthusiasts! Entry form deadline is April 15. Forms available at http:// www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org/events.htm#ATB or contact Tammy@soqs.org, 541-549-0989.   Creative Writing Competition The Nature of Words Call for Submissions for writers in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The deadline is June 1. The competition is open to commercially unpublished writers in three genres, fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry, and three age categories, 15-18, 19-25 and 25+. Winners receive a cash prize, are invited to an awards ceremony in Bend and are featured in The Nature of Words’ annual anthology. Submissions are judged by a panel of professional writers. This year’s panel includes fiction judge Chantal Strobel, community relations and development manager for the Deschutes Public Library; creative nonfiction judge David Jasper, journalist for The Bulletin; and poetry judge, Dr. Emily Carr, director of the Low-Residency MFA at OSU-Cascades. www.thenatureofwords.submittable.com/submit.

Career Opportunity Grant Oregon Arts Commission deadline for online applications for Oregon professional artists is April 7. Career Opportunity Grants enable artists working in all disciplines to take advantage of unique opportunities to advance their careers. The grants, ranging up to $1,500, can fund artists’ participation in opportunities such as national and international exhibits, travel to trade fairs and film festivals and attendance at conferences or workshops to expand artists’ professional knowledge base. Applications only online: www.oregonartscommission.org/grants/grants-for-individual-artists.   Vista Bonita Glass Art Studio & Gallery 222 W Hood St., Ste. B, Sisters. Looking for artists to consign in our approximately 800 square foot gallery, a working glass art studio collocated with the gallery. Looking for: unique art, functional pottery, artistic pottery, metal art, glass art, fiber art. No paintings or photography at this time. We will jury your work to see

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he Central Oregon Symphony Association welcomes Portland-based City of Tomorrow for their April chamber music concert. The only wind quintet to win a gold medal at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition in over 10 years, City of Tomorrow is a leading international ensemble dedicated to the performance and creation of new music for winds.  The concert will be held at Bend Senior High School on Sunday, April 6 at 2pm and is exclusively for Central Oregon Symphony Association members. To become a member and receive tickets to this concert, please visit our website at www.cosymphony.com or call 541-317-3941.  if it fits into our vision. 55/45 split. Jerry 541-5494527. Send pictures of your work to vistabonitaglass@gmail.com. Artists’ Gallery Sunriver Our gallery is one of the most successful and popular co-op style galleries in Oregon. Our yearround customer base is excellent, sales have been fantastic and the member artists enjoy meeting their collectors and customers in addition to rubbing elbows with a great group of Central Oregon artists. If you are a seasoned or emerging artist and would like to join our gallery, and you can answer yes to all of the following: are you a local or part time resident of Central Oregon? Are you willing to work two days a month in the gallery and can you commit to a six month contract and be willing to serve on one of several committees? If yes .......... then we want you! We have two openings each for 2D and 3D artists. If you are interested in learning more please contact Membership Chair Vern Bartley, 541-771-9111 or vern@vernbartley.com, www.artistsgallerysunriver.com. Volcanic Theatre Pub (VTP) Auditions/interviews, by appointment only, in search of local theatre, film  and music  talent to help execute the project with the highest artistic standard. VTP will be  scheduling appointments for all actors, directors, writers, designers, artists, lighting and sound operators, musicians and anyone else interested in getting involved.derek@ volcanictheatrepub.com, 541-215-0516 or don@ volcanictheatrepub.com.


www.cascadeae.com list of events April Best BetsSeeSee www.cascadeae.comfororfull CascadeAE App for full list of events OSU Address by Ed Ray at the Tower Theatre 5:30pm www.towertheatre.org

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First Thursday Art Reception at Kombucha Mama 3pm www.kombuchamama.com Artists of Oregon: Michael Boonstra at COCC 4:30pm www.cocc.edu

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RCCA’s Vivace at Ridgeview High School 2pm & 6:30pm www.redmondcca.org

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The Dog Stars Book Discussion at Sunriver Books & Music 6:30pm www.sunriverbooks.com

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5 Fusion Dinner for Volunteer Connect 6pm www.volunteerconnectnow.org

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Jeremiah Rush at Cork Cellars Wine Bar 6pm www.corkcellars.com

Author Bob Welch at Art Adventure Gallery 5:30pm www.artadventuregallery.com

ScaleHouse Sessions at Tin Pan Theater 6pm www.tinpantheater.com

Alan Watts at Volcanic Theatre Pub 7pm www.volcanictheatrepub.com

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Bend First Friday Artwalk Downtown & Old Mill District 5pm www.cascadeae.com

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Inhale at Volcanic Theatre Pub 9pm www.volcanictheatrepub.com

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Improv Comedy Night at Bend Senior Center 6pm www.bendparksandrec.org/Senior_Center High Desert Chamber Music featuring the Crown 10 City String Quartet 7:30pm www.highdesertchambermusic.com

Free Refills Exhibit at the Plankery 7pm www.theplankery.com

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Author Bob Welch at Rodriguez Annex 10am www.deschuteslibrary.org

My Own Two Hands in Sisters (Thru 4/12) 3:30pm www.sistersfolkfestival.org

Spring Book Sale at Deschutes Library Admin Building (Thru 4/6) 11am www.deschuteslibrary.org Solo Speak at CTC 7:30pm www.solospeak.com

Attracting Native Pollinators at The Tower Theatre 7pm www.towertheatre.org

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BEAT’s The Little Mermaid at Bend High (Thru 4/20) 7pm www.beatonline.org

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Turtle Island Quartet at the Tower Theatre 7pm www.towertheatre.org

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David Roth House Concert at the Glen 9am houseconcertsintheglen@bendbroadband.com

Trivia Bee at the Tower Theatre 6pm www.towertheatre.org

Live Jazz at The Wine Shop 8pm www.thewineshopbend.com

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Irene Hardwicke Olivieri at Tin Pan Theatre 12pm, 4pm & 7pm www.tinpantheater.com

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U of O Music Festival: A Night of Inspiration at the Tower Theatre 7pm www.towertheatre.org

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Art on the River at Eagle Crest (Thru 4/26) 5pm www.riverruneventcenter.com Scotty Brownwood at Dudley’s Cafe 6:30pm www.dudleysbookshopcafe.com

Bend Follies at the Tower Theatre (Thru 4/26) 6:30pm www.towertheatre.org

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Susan Strauss at 2nd Street Theater 7pm www.strausstoryteller.com

George Winston at the Tower Theatre 7pm www.towertheatre.org

LUMIN Grand Opening in Tumalo 1pm www.luminartstudios.com

I Remember You at Cascades Theatrical Company (Thru 5/10) 7:30pm www.cascadestheatrical.org

Lawrence Howard at CTC Greenwood Playhouse 7:30pm www.cascadestheatrical.org

Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists’ Gallery Sunriver 4pm www.artistsgallerysunriver.com

The Night Sky by Eye at the Observatory at Sunriver 8pm www.oregonobservatory.org

The Back Alley Barbers at Volcanic Theatre 9pm www.volcanictheatrepub.com

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Mike Putnam at Eastlake Framing 5pm www.eastlakeframing.com

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Diane Hammond at Paulina Springs Books in Sisters 6:30pm www.paulinasprings.com

Ellis Paul House Concert at the Glen 6pm houseconcertsintheglen@bendbroadband.com John Scharff Migratory Bird Festival & Art Show (Thru 4/13) 10am www.migratorybirdfestival.com

Beats Antique at Midtown Ballroom 9pm www.facebook.com/midtownbend

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Art Rent Event at Silverado Jewelry 6pm www.silveradogallery.com

2,000 Miles in a Tuk Tuk at Volcanic Theatre Pub 6pm www.volcanictheatrepub.com

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Central Oregon Symphony City of Tomorrow at Bend Senior High School 2pm www.cosymphony.com Notables Swing Band at Bend Senior Center 2pm www.notablesswingband.org

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Celebrating Our Youth at Museum at Warm Springs 4:30pm www.museumatwarmsprings.org

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Last Saturday at The Old Ironworks Arts District 5pm www.theworkhousebend.com

Synergy Reception at Redmond Library 6pm www.deschuteslibrary.org

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Foodie Crawl at Liberty Theater 3pm www.facebook.com/TheFoodieCrawl

Quons at Portello Wine Bar 24 The 7pm www.portellowinecafe.com

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Parlour at Broken Top Bottle Shop 7pm www.btbsbend.com

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painting • photography • THE ART OF ALFRED A. DOLEZAL Instructor: Alfred Dolezal 7525 Falcon Crest Drive, Suite 100, Redmond. Patti Dolezal, 434-989-3510, artofalfreddolezal@gmail.com, www.alfreddolezal.com Drawing Skills I (teen & adults)  Thursdays 10am-noon, May 8-June 26 Cost $175 which includes basic materials Drawing Skills II (teen & adults) Saturdays 10am-noon, May 10-June 28 Cost $200 which includes basic materials Oil Painting for Beginners Wednesdays 2-4pm, May 7-June 25 Cost $200 which includes basic materials Advanced Oil Painting Tuesdays 2-4pm, May 6-June 24 Cost $225 (includes basic materials) Chess for Beginners Thursdays 2-4pm, May 8-June 26, Cost $80   ART IN THE MOUNTAINS Tracy at 503-930-4572, info@artinthemountains.com, www.artinthemountains.com June 16 – 20, Kim English Quick Capture, oil - studio & plein air All levels welcome, cost $755 (includes model fees) Need a crash course in value and shape? Kim’s dynamic workshop will teach you to rapidly capture gesture, light and form. Discover how to paint quickly and accurately concentrating on the process. We will have models each day and paint numerous studies practicing techniques for achieving a spontaneous, yet controlled approach. A working palette will be developed simplifying the comparison of color and value, an essential part of picture making. June 23 - 27, Don Andrews Painting Figures in the Landscape, watercolor - studio Beginning to advanced students, cost $625 Give life to your landscapes. Figures accent a painting unlike anything else. Don will teach you how to capture man’s relationship or contrast to nature and the environment. He will show you how to paint believable figures with lessons on figure construction and the variety of ways to use the human form as an accent, point of interest or dominant character. (See more workshops on www.cascadeae.com) ATELIER 6000 389 SW Scalehouse Ct., Suite 120, Bend, 541-330-8759, www.atelier6000.org Experiments in Combined Print Media Artist in residence workshops taught by Matthew Letzelter, Chair MFA in Print Media at Pacific Northwest College of Art. Hosted by Atelier 6000 and ScaleHouse. First educational partnership with Pacific Northwest College or Art. Past the edges of original prints to contemporary commercial production, this workshop

art workshops

focuses on strategies for creating work that combines traditional and non-traditional print-based media. Discover how to print in multiple layers, experiment in collage and learn various printmaking techniques to create unique images to use in multiple formats. Book Arts/Graphic Arts/Printmaking Advanced students and professional artists. $240/supply list (12 hours) April 12 & 13, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm

CORY J. O’NEILL PHOTOGRAPHY coryjoneillphotography@gmail.com,   www.coryjoneillphotography.com April 26 - 27 Capture the Northwest’s most famous explosion of color. In this photo adventure, we will spend all day Saturday and most of Sunday roaming the hills, capturing fantastic images of this annual event. Along the way, we’ll discuss techniques such as depth-of-field blending, exposure bracketing and photo stitching, plus other tools that will take your images to the next level. In addition, you will have the opportunity to upload your images from the weekend for review and sharing. Hiking difficulty: moderate (some off-trail travel through rocky grass hills) skill level: basic to professional. Cost: $225 May 31 - June 1 As one of the premier waterfall locations in the world, the Columbia Gorge has much to offer the landscape photographer. For this photo adventure, I’ll be leading a small group of individuals to into gorgeous canyons to explore and photograph several stunningly beautiful waterfall environments. We will spend all of Saturday and Sunday morning shooting and exploring, and then spend the second half of Sunday working with modern post-processing techniques to create our artistic vision for each image. Field locations: Columbia Gorge, including Eagle Creek, Ruckel Creek and Oneonta Gorge. Hiking difficulty: moderate (hiking on established trails, with off-trail travel on slippery rocks, wading knee-deep streams) skill level: basic to professional, cost: $225 June 14 - 15 Beautiful Landscapes Part I Photoshop for Landscape Photographers Fine art landscape and wilderness photography. Learn how to post-process your landscape images to give them that professional pop and beauty in this two-day intensive workshop. Designed for beginning and intermediate photographers with little or no experience with Adobe Photoshop, this workshop will give you hands-on instruction and practice with your own images as you learn a processing workflow that maximizes the quality and beauty of your landscape photographs. This workshop is the first in a series designed to help photographers create beautiful, dynamic and moving landscape images. The second workshop in this series will be offered in the Fall of 2014. Hiking difficulty: easy/none. Skill level: beginner/intermedi-

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ate, cost: $225 (see more details on www.cascadeae.com)

CASCADE FINE ART WORKSHOPS Terri Ford, Rich Underpainting & Luminous Light Studio/plein air pastel, June 5-8  Registration Deadline April 5 Ted Nuttall, Watercolor Portraits July 14-18 Registration Deadline May 14 G. Russell Case, Plein Air in Oils August 7-9 reception at Mockingbird Gallery Registration Deadline July 7 Skip Lawrence, Artistic Explorations All painting mediums welcome, Aug 18-22 Registration Deadline June 18 Colley Whisson, Modern Impressionism In Action, Oil & acrylic, October 17-20 Registration Deadline July 10 David Kinker and James Sampsel, Plein Air Painting on the Wild & Scenic Rogue River Lodge-to-lodge rafting & plein air painting trip. All artists and significant others welcome June 1-5 or August 30-September 3 Sue Manley, 541-408-5524, info@cascadefineartworkshops.com, www.cascadefineartworkshops.com FIDDLE WORKSHOPS Hanneke Cassel Scottish Fiddle Champion at the April OOTFA State Convention.
 Workshops are free and made possible by a grant from the the Kielhorn Endowment Fund of the OOTFA and available to youth members 18 and under. Non members are eligible to apply by obtaining a family membership with the OOTFA for $20. There are 25 spots for each workshop accepted in the order in which they are received. Roland White, 541-647-4789, roland@ykwc.net Gil Dellinger Plein Air Class, Saturday May 3 No outdoor painting experience necessary. Visit www. gildellinger.com for more details. 209-601-2973 Oil, Acrylic and Pastel Class duration 10 weeks, 15 students Maximum. Individual sessions available. PAINTING VACATIONS IN VENICE, SWITZERLAND & SPAIN WITH CINDY BRIGGS Join Cindy for a Painting Vacation in Venice. June 26-July 2. Our host - Cooking-Vacations.com was featured on the cover of National Geographic Traveler for their excellent packages and local expertise. Trip is for all levels and non-artists too. Package includes Plein Air Watercolor Workshop in Venice, Murano & Burano, accommodations in the popular Dorsoduro district. Bonus: professionally guided Rialto market tour, hands-on cooking class and group dinner. $3,195

PP/DO, just a few spaces available.  Switzerland July 2014 and Spain in May 2015, Art Station classes and private & group studio lessons also available. Details: visit www.MakeEveryDayAPainting. com or call Cindy at 541-420-9463. SAGEBRUSHERS ART SOCIETY Register: sagebrushersartofbend.com, 541-617-0900 or rkliot@msn.com. 117 SW Roosevelt Ave., Bend Drop in Studio Class (Daytime) with David Kinker Mondays, 9:30am-12:30pm, $25 per session, contact David at 541-383-2069 (or just drop in). An experienced artist and great teacher for all mediums. Drop in Studio Class (Evening) with David Kinker Mondays, 6-9pm, $25 per session, contact David at 541-383-2069 (or just drop in). This is the same as the daytime class so if you can’t make the morning class, try this one. You are sure to learn something new. Beginning Acrylics with Carol Picknell Sunday afternoons, $25 each session. Call Carol at 360-880-5088. Non-Instructional Life Drawing Lab Tuesday, April 15 and 29, 1-4pm Artists share the cost of the live model each session. Call Nora Kolberg Miller,541-460-9053 for more information. And don’t miss the gallery show of six local artists on Saturday, June 14. Enjoy wine, fruit and cheese while browsing the fine art. Watercolor Wednesdays with Jennifer Ware Kempcke Learn new techniques in watercolor with this fun group which meets each Wednesday from 10am-12pm. And it’s FREE to members, only $5 to non members. Lunch and Learn April 11 at 12pm. This month features Kay Larkin giving Photo Tips for Painters. Bring a sack lunch and learn something new. (A $3 donation is requested) A PERSONAL ART RETREAT REMEMBERING THE SACRED FEMININE Join Nina Ross PhD., http://ninarossphd.com/, a visiting artist/psychotherapist from Santa Fe, New Mexico for a weekend of creativity and personal exploration. From a Jungian perspective, Nina will guide participants in active imagination, creating art pieces, listening to dreams and journal writing toward the discovery and embracing of your own ‘inner knowing’. No artistic experience necessary. CEU’s available for certified counselors/art therapists.  Workshop will be held in a private venue beginning evening of June 6 and ending June 8. Cost is $300 before April 15 and $325 after, $100 deposit due to hold spot; closes May 15. Participants are responsible for lodging and art supplies (list upon deposit), food is included. Limited to 10-12 participants. Contact for more information; vfleming22@msn. com or nross24@gmail.com.

There is a charge of $15 to list classes and/or workshops or they are free with a paid display ad. Email pamela@cascadebusnews.com for more information.

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New Perspective for April by Eileen Lock

his very busy month starts right out with surprises on the 2nd. Listen to your intuition as it guides you through the necessary decisions. An opening of the heart on the 5th will be followed by a desire to ask for what you want. Find the balance between taking care of you and doing for others on the 8th and make sure you put yourself first. You need to be healthy and happy in order to be the best you. Let go of old ideas on the 11th and welcome the messages that come to your heart. Give yourself some personal space during the next few days so that you can look at your situation objectively. Conversations on the 14th are unexpected and could challenge you to let go and have faith. Relationships ask for attention during the Full Moon on the 15th. Be mindful of your reactions over the next two days and pay attention to your own advice. Lead with your heart on the 17th and you will discover opportunities are plentiful. Enjoy what you are learning and let it help you manifest what you want. Pivotal changes are occurring from the 20th through the 23rd. A flexible approach will be helpful as these changes are unexpected. Relationships need you to be open minded about new directions so have faith as situations change. Agreements made on the 24th will help you feel more stable. Ask for what you need on the 25th and be receptive to getting what you ask for. The New Moon on the 28th invites you to trust that there is enough of whatever you will need. Ask for what you want on the 29th and you could be pleasantly surprised with how quickly it manifests. Share your joy with those around you on the last day of the month and be grateful that you are able to do so. Love and Light Always, Eileen Lock, Clairvoyant Astrologer, 541-389-1159, www.eileenlock.freeservers.com, www.oneheartministry.freeservers.com.

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Paul Scott Gallery is happy to announce a guest show by Central Oregon artist Holly Rodes Smithey. Her show will run from April 4 through April 29, 2014. Come meet Holly and enjoy her new works on First Friday Art Walk, April 4, from 5-9pm.

Holly Rodes Smithey “Woodland Spring” 29”x29” steel

Holly Rodes Smithey “Blue Window” 25”x19” steel

Paul Scott Gallery is pleased to welcome

Mark Gould to our gallery family.

Mark Gould “Cattle and Trees: Ranchlands 985” 24”x36” acrylic on board

Mark Gould “My Neighbor’s House 988” 39”x28” acrylic on canvas


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