A Travelling Exhibit: Two Water Ways

Original work by Bill Shumway

Two Water Ways is a traveling exhibit throughout Oregon. The 4th exhibit will be at the Benton County Historical Society Museum located at 1101 Main Street in Philomath, Oregon from April 15 – May 28.  The reception is on April 22nd from 5:00-6:30pm.  This is a large exhibit of at least forty paintings created by Bill Shumway and Pam Serra-Wenz and it is all about water.

“Orto Botonico di Lucca” (Triptyc) Mixed Media + Sgraffito by Pam Serra-Wenz

Regional artists, Pam Serra-Wenz and Bill Shumway, have been painting water images featured in their “Two Water Ways” exhibition series for several years.

Original Work by Bill Shumway

The Philomath Museum hosts their fourth exhibition, which includes many new works completed during the pandemic.

“Early Morning” Mixed Media + Sgraffito by Pam Serra-Wenz

The “Two Water Ways” art exhibition a the Philomant Museum is open from 10 – 4:30, Wednesday through Saturday,

Origninal Work, Bill Shumway

Admission is free.

“The Precipice” Mixed Media + Sgraffito by Pam Serra-Wenz

The Benton County Historical Society
Philomath Museum is located at:
1191 Main St.
Philomath, OR 97379
For info call: 541-929-6230

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