The group show is slated to open Friday, Feb. 5 in the Old Mill District

Tumalo Art Co. artists offer a group show, opening Feb. 5, interpreting the theme “Imagine.” Subjects are as diverse as the artists imaginations, from figurative to landscape, both real and not, finding the story within the image.

Dee McBrien-Lee imagines the journeys of Edward Curtis. Sarah B Hansen wonders, “If you could receive a message from the crane, what would he say?” Dorothy Freudenberg’s digital media piece, “Elevator to the Sky,” is the result of imagination having no limits while in a creative mode. And Adell Shetterly’s original print “Enter” leaves it wide open to interpretation. Imagine the possibilities.

Tumalo Art Co. is an artist-run gallery in the heart of the Old Mill District. Please come see the show during our regular hours. We are open seven days a week, offering a safe, open area to appreciate art, Mon-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 11-am-6pm.

Sarah B. Hansen wonders, “If you could receive a message from the crane. what would he say?”