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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: As many of us struggle through this time of isolation and limitation of “normal” activity, what do we long for?  Artists have considered some of these leading questions:

           What do we wish we could do? 

           Whom do we want to see? 

           Where do we long to go? 

           What do we wish to experience?

           How do we hope the world will have changed?

           How do we hope WE will have changed?

           What are the silver linings, the positives that have arisen during this time?

           Are there things we now appreciate & reflect upon more deeply, observe more fully? 
           How has COVID changed us, forced us to grow?

Each artwork is accompanied by an artist statement, to give our viewers context and meaning. Most of the artworks are for sale -- nearly all works $150 or less -- and may be purchased here through PayPal.  Artists receive 80% of a sale. WACC's 20% commission will cover any necessary shipping costs, the rest of the commission will go to support WACC's future programming, as we strive to bring arts & culture to our community.

Thank You to Regional Arts & Culture Council,

Clackamas County Cultural Coalition, and

Oregon Cultural Trust for making this exhibition

and all of our programming for 2021 possible.

The exhibition is past.  The works have been removed from our store.  


Also currently on exhibit:

Corona Portrait Project

Curated by artist and WACC board member 
Benjamin Mefford, the Corona Portrait Project
is an international exhibition that includes
hundreds of artists, reaching viewers in more than
90 countries around the world.  The challenge was for artists to create a self-portrait in response to the
self-isolation brought on by the global pandemic.
To learn more and view the exhibit, visit:
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Sofonisba Anguissola 

Self-Portrait, 1556

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