Crows are the theme of an art exhibition now open at Benton County Museum, in Philomath. Crows themselves are a cacophonous, collaborative bunch and this exhibit will certainly reflect that energy with lots of surprises, including guest artists and plenty of chatter between artworks.
In 2014 painter Bill Shumway and photographer Don Ferguson began a collaborative art project focusing on crow imagery. Plethora of Crows III includes art by Joan Linse, Leslie Green and some of her Evergreen collaborative group members; some of the Critique Group members that Bill has worked with for three decades, including Mark Allison, Carol Chapel, Judith Sander and Faye Cummins; and works from Bill’s Abstract Critique Group members, including Pam Serra-Wenz and Sue Noel.
Enjoy a visit to Oregon’s past AND present! The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 – 4:30. Admission is always free!
Located six miles west of Corvallis on Hwy 20/34, at 1101 Main Street, Philomath, Oregon, the Benton County Historical Society operates the Museum facilities for the preservation of history and culture. Its goal is to preserve the material culture of Benton County, Oregon. It strives to enrich people’s lives through interesting exhibitions and educational programs.
Please call (541) 929-6230 or visit www.bentoncountymuseum.org for more information.
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