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Stoller Family Estate launches local artist series
June 29, 2014 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
DAYTON, Ore. — Stoller Family Estate, the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills and the 2014 recipient of Wine Press Northwest’s “Northwest Winery of the Year,” has launched a local artist series in its tasting room.
The series debuts with the nature-inspired works of Kathleen Schildmeyer of Lake Oswego, Ore., and will change seasonally.
Stoller will play to host an artist reception with Schildmeyer, open to the public, on Sunday, June 29 from 4-6 p.m. Those who wish to attend should RSVP to [email protected] or call 503-864-3404.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase some of Oregon’s most talented artists and provide a unique experience for our tasting room guests,” said Betsy Hannaford, Stoller marketing and communications manager. “Kathleen’s work has been celebrated throughout the Northwest and internationally, so she is a fitting first for our series.”
Schildmeyer’s work will be on display until July 27.
“My paintings are inspired by nature,” Schildmeyer said. “When I am in the process of painting I am pulling the experience of sensations into my work, things that are felt more than seen: music, the wind, a dream. The layering of textures often makes reference to another time and place.”
To continue the series, Stoller is working with Art Elements Gallery of Newberg to introduce future artists seasonally. The next installation of Tangie Pape-Belmore’s acrylic and mixed media paintings will show Aug. 1 to Oct. 5.
Stoller and Pape-Belmore will stage an artist reception on Sunday, Aug. 24 from 4-6 p.m. For more information about Schildmeyer and Art Elements, visit www.kschildmeyer.com and www.artelementsgallery.com.