Location:Pence Gallery - COCC
Date/Time:Every weekday starting 5/5/2017 through 5/31/2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
–May 31 Patricia Freeman-Martin
Reception and talk: May 4, 4:30 to 6:30
Patricia Freeman-Martin grew up and attended school in
Pendleton, Oregon. Summers were spent horseback, herding cattle on the Bar C
Bar Ranch, 5000 deeded acres and a 30,000-acre Forest Service grazing allotment,
20 miles southwest of Baker City.
She received a BFA, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, and moved to the East Village of New York City where, for five
years, she frequented the art museums and galleries of Manhattan. This deep
immersion in fine art expanded her paradigm of personal expression and
continued her study of art history. A visit home to Oregon, and a job managing
the cattle for a cutting horse competition, precipitated her return to the
West. Living and working in the cattle and horse ranching business, and the
landscape of Central and Eastern Oregon, has provided Patricia the opportunity
to observe, and draw from life, the iconic symbols of the western landscape.
For Information - contact -541-383-7510