Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

Exhibits

Western Shadows

Western Shadows

Join us on First Friday, May 5th for an opening reception welcoming Brian Sostrom of Carnation, Washington with an exhibition of acrylic paintings on Plexiglas titled "Western Shadows." We will have an informal artist talk starting at 5:30 pm during the opening reception. The artwork of Baker Middle School students will be featured in the student gallery during the month of May. This exhibition is on display through Saturday, May 27th and generously sponsored by Lew Bros. Les Schwab Tires. Brian Sostrom Artist Statement: Nature and the beauty of emptiness have heavily inspired Brian Sostrom’s paintings. The atmospheric images are not intended to communicate a story but rather create an intriguing visual poem. His recent works are acrylic paint on Plexiglas. The slick surface of the plastic sheeting makes an excellent surface for subtle brushwork and mark making. The flip side of the Plexiglas is covered with layers of transparent textures that harmonize and compliment the painted image. Glass beads and iridescent paint are often incorporated into his work and alter the appearance of the surface as the lighting and angle of view shift.

"A Night at the Baker Heritage Museum"

A Night at the Baker Heritage Museum In January we invited artists to spend an evening at the Baker Heritage Museum for a unique opportunity to find inspiration through exploration and investigation f the people, history, artifacts and lore of Baker County.

We invite you to our April Open Regional Show "A Night at the Heritage Museum" to view the history of Baker County as seen through the eye of the artist, what shape or form would that experience take?

Opening Night Reception: April 3, 2015 at 5:30 we will kick off the exhibitin with an informal artist talk featuring Sue Richard. 

Student Gallery: The artwork of Haines Elementary will be on exhibit

Light Refreshments provided: Friends of Crossroads and a No-host wine bar from Copper Belt Winery

Music: Huckleberry Jam will be playin for the evening

This exhibition made possible through the generous support of

The Baker County Heritage Museum

This is a free event open to all.

"A Night at the Museum"  will be exhibited and availble for purchase in or main gallery through April 25, 2015.