Amanda Snyder: Structures

October 13 – November 25, 2007

The Oregon artist Amanda Snyder (1894-1980) is well known for her paintings and prints of birds and clowns, but her renderings of architectural structures are less frequently seen. The exhibition presents a selection of Snyder's paintings of houses, farms, boathouses, and other structure-like formations, such as her still life study of C.S. Price's paint cans in the collection of the Hallie Ford Museum of Art.

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