|Save the Date!
Juried Art Exhibit
CJ's painting, Forest and Stream at Night has been accepted into The
Living River juried exhibit!
Forest and Stream at Night:
A moonlit hillside scattered with glowing boulders is home to a peaceful glade. Through the leaf canopy of the trees, the moon's silvery light reveals a hidden stream.
Please make plans to attend the opening reception in Eugene.Friday, April 2nd 5:30pm-8:30pmJacobs Gallery at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts
One Eugene Center
Eugene, OR 97401
The Living River
exhibit is sponsored by the McKenzie River Trust in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The exhibit celebrates the beauty and vibrancy of the rivers and streams of western Oregon and the important role they plan in our communities.
The importance of nature is evident in CJ's artwork and the health of our natural environment is important for everyone. CJ is honored to be a part of this exhibit to support the McKenzie River Trust. 45% of all sales from the exhibit support the gallery and the conservation efforts of the Trust. Please join us in supporting the Fine Arts and the Preservation of our Natural Environment!
If you are unable to attend the opening reception, please make plans to visit the gallery another time. The work is on display through May 1st. There is also a wonderful roster of educational events taking place throughout the month. More information can be found here
The McKenzie River Trust is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) land trust that has actively worked to conserve and restore natural lands since 1989. The Trust acquires land through donation, purchase or by holding a conservation easement on privately owned properties. We work to be good stewards of the land we own and the conservation easements we hold by implementing and managing restoration projects.
The McKenzie River Trust partners with willing private landowners in Lane and Douglas counties to protect special lands forever. Oregonians have long cared about land and water; the natural systems that sustain us with clean drinking water, rich soils to grow food and provide habitat for the species that live in the McKenzie and Willamette Basins. The natural beauty of these special places also provides a source of inspiration in an increasingly urban environment. The Trust works to ensure that these natural areas, which are essential for the health of our communities exist for future generations.