Hoffman Center Gallery March Exhibit – Opens Friday March 4th

Hoffman Gallery March 
Open Friday through Sunday
March 4-27 | 1:00-5:00pm
Free and open to the public
Hoffman Center for the Arts | 594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita

Featuring the works of Alana Garrigues, Susan Walsh, and Rick Crawford

Alana Garrigues

Alana Garrigues is an intuitive artist and poet, and co-host of {within} community, an online collective of female artists and makers. Her artwork is deeply informed by the nature of the Pacific Northwest and a sense of innate relationship between human story, memory, and art itself.

Susan Walsh

Two things inspired me to do this work. First and foremost, working with Master Cabinetmaker, James Krenov.  His books and his teachings have inspired my work throughout my career. The second inspiration was reading the book “Overstory” by Richard Powers.  One of the main characters in the book is a majestic Redwood Tree.

Rick Crawford

Rick Crawford is a sculptor and jeweler in Astoria, Oregon. He strives to utilize as much repurposed materials in his pieces as possible. His influences range from interests in the natural world, ancient history and archaeology, and ancient tribal iconography, as well as the various cultures that he encounters in his travels.

Learn more about the March artists at https://hoffmanarts.org/events/march-2022-gallery-show/