Northwest Perspectives: Selections from the Permanent Collection

On permanent view

Carl Hall Gallery

Virtual 360° Tour: Virtual tour photographed by Kyle Bryant, SpeedsPhoto. Video of Mark Zirpel’s London Orrery #3 by Aaron Johanson. This virtual tour has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Visitors can explore new ideas of landscape, narrative, identity, form and process through a variety of paintings, sculptures and mixed media that highlight both visual and conceptual relationships between historic and contemporary art.

The gallery provides the museum with an opportunity to share many previously unviewed works that capture the rich and varied expressions that have taken place during the past century, which has been marked by rapid changes in the art world, the Northwest and its landscape.

This gallery is named for Carl Hall (1922-1996), who taught at Willamette University for nearly 40 years and painted a luminous record of his response to the region.



Lucinda Parker: [italics]Pinkish Lenticular[/italics]
Lucinda Parker, Pinkish Lenticular, 2017

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