An exhibition of
works by William F. Reese will be on display in the commons area of the
Clackamas Community College’s Wilsonville Training Center from March 16 through
April 26. Reese, an internationally renowned artist, was inspired by Northwest
landscapes and rural lifestyles.
His work explores realistic
and emotionally charged renderings that captured the beauty and energy of his
subjects. His love and appreciation of the region's majesty and its inhabitants
are evident in his exploration and mastery of mediums. Reese explored
landscapes such as Depot Bay, Joseph, and the ZX Ranch in Southern Oregon.
The exhibition of
Reese’s work at CCC Wilsonville will feature approximately 20 works including
oil and water color paintings, bronze sculpture and digital media exploring his
artistic process and theories. Reese has received numerous awards for his work
including the prestigious Robert Lougheed Gold Metal from the National Western
Heritage Museum and Colonial Smith Best of Show award from the National
Wildlife Art Museum.
A reception will
be held in the commons area of CCC’s Wilsonville Training Center on March 16
and 17 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Wilsonville Training Center is located at
29353 SW Town Center Loop E. This exhibition is open and free to the public.
For further information including questions about the artist or ways to acquire
his work please contact Kate Simmons at 503-594-3032 or firstname.lastname@example.org.