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Hayley Barker: My Dark House Is Full of Comets

RICHARD SPEER
Friday August 30
Gallery 214
1241 NW Johnson St.
 
Following her recent sunshine-themed show at Charles A. Hartman, talented painter Hayley Barker exhibits a suite of nine works that originated during a recent residency at Caldera in Central Oregon. While there, Barker made outdoor drawings at dawn and dusk, later using those drawings as the basis for paintings, which she created afterward in her studio in Portland. The works explore the neither-here-nor-there feeling inherent in these transitional times of day, when light and dark commingle and diametric worlds seem to merge. Aug. 1-30.

 



Where: Gallery 214
Phone: 503-821-8969
Address: 1241 NW Johnson St.

 
 

Gallery 214

1241 NW Johnson St.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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