Wild Landscape: Imnaha
July 29 - September 9
Every year the Josephy Center celebrates Wallowa County’s natural beauty with an exhibit, The Wild Landscape of Eastern Oregon. One thing that makes Eastern Oregon so special is its preserved, untouched and undeveloped lands. Every year JCAC highlights the diversity and splendor of our natural landscapes – no human-made objects or structures should be visible. In the past we’ve covered the Zumwalt, the Lostine River, Expanding Views, and more. This year we have chosen to celebrate the wild lands of Imnaha.
Come join us on Friday, August 5 for an opening reception at 7pm with libations and hors d’oeuvres. Awards will be announced and were selected by our judge, local artist and gallery owner, Malcolm Phinney. The event is free but donations are welcome. All art is for sale and the exhibit will be on display until September 10. Josephy Center will be open Monday through Saturday from 10am-5pm. This exhibit has been made possible by the Kinsman Foundation and Ann Werner.