Tin Pan Alley Art Collection, 2018
Located in various locations around the Old Mill District, there are four unique pieces in the Tin Pan Alley Art Collection. In 2018 the Old Mill District teamed with Visit Bend to create our own “Tin Pan Alley Art Collection” similar to the popular public art in Downtown Bend’s Tin Pan Alley.
1. You Have No Idea How Much You Mean To People, 2018, Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer
Located on the staircase by Victoria Secret and Faceout
This piece by Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer – their studio is in the Old Mill District above Strictly Organic – was created with acrylic paint, graphite, compressed charcoal, lino block print and metallic media.
2. Untitled, 2017, Base Camp Studio
Located on stairs by LUSH
Crafted by community members during a First Friday event in downtown Bend last June, this untitled painting organized by Base Camp Studio incorporates various circle paintings.
3. The Pack, 2018, Megan Marie Myers
Located on the south side of Banana Republic
This painting by Megan Marie Myers is an offering of gratitude to the first exquisite dusting of snow and an acknowledgement of the elegance in our relationship with nature in her signature style.
4. Riparin, 2018, Sarah Helen More
Located on the wall of Gap
Inspired by the vibrant hues of Bend’s sunsets and the meandering calm of the Deschutes River in the Old Mill District, Sarah Helen More created a work of art that embodies the natural and manmade synergy between one of the city’s most dynamic riparian areas.