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41. Agri Calligraphy Agri Calligraphy

42. Untitled (Hudetz) Untitled (Hudetz)

43. Stillaguamish Equestrians Stillaguamish Equestrians In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

44. Stillaguamish Spring Stillaguamish Spring In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

45. Ruins Near Beatty, Nevada Ruins Near Beatty, Nevada An interactive campus map of the University of Oregon may be viewed at: http://map.uoregon.edu/

46. Skunk Cabbage Skunk Cabbage My platinum prints are made by contact from 8 x 10 inch negatives. They are hand-coated on fine art paper. I have chosen this outmoded printing method because platinum has a greater capacity than commercial silver-based papers to register the long tonal scale available in a negative, particulary the gradation in middle and high value. The great appeal of platinum prints lies in their beauty, in the luminosity of print values. The prints are tactile objects in themselves, full of the impression of substance and atmosphere. (OAC documentation, 1990)

47. Winema Bluff Winema Bluff My platinum prints are made by contact from 8 x 10 inch negatives. They are hand-coated on fine art paper. I have chosen this outmoded printing method because platinum has a greater capacity than commercial silver-based papers to register the long tonal scale available in a negative, particulary the gradation in middle and high value. The great appeal of platinum prints lies in their beauty, in the luminosity of print values. The prints are tactile objects in themselves, full of the impression of substance and atmosphere. (OAC documentation, 1990)

48. Untitled 1987 (white Sands, New Mexico) Untitled 1987 (white Sands, New Mexico) In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

49. Beach Cave Beach Cave My platinum prints are made by contact from 8 x 10 inch negatives. They are hand-coated on fine art paper. I have chosen this outmoded printing method because platinum has a greater capacity than commercial silver-based papers to register the long tonal scale available in a negative, particulary the gradation in middle and high value. The great appeal of platinum prints lies in their beauty, in the luminosity of print values. The prints are tactile objects in themselves, full of the impression of substance and atmosphere. (OAC documentation, 1990)

50. Untitled 1990 (Portland Rose Festival) Untitled 1990 (Portland Rose Festival) In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

51. Strata: Diamond Craters, View North Strata: Diamond Craters, View North

52. Boats Boats In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

53. Black, White, Red and Yellow Black, White, Red and Yellow In 1991, the University hospital was undergoing an expansion of its C-Wing; simultaneously three new neighborhood health clinics were nearing completion in Portland. Public art purchases for these projects were made possible by Oregon's Percent for Art program.
In 1996, "University Hospital" was renamed Oregon Health Sciences University Hospital.
For a map of OHSU's Marquam Campus, see http://www.ohsu.edu/about/campusmap.pdf

54. Rt. 31, Near Paisley, OR Rt. 31, Near Paisley, OR

55. Yakima Valley, Near Mabton, WA Yakima Valley, Near Mabton, WA

56. Untitled: Carousel Ride Untitled: Carousel Ride The Knight Library is the largest library facility in Oregon, holding collections with a replacement value of over $100 million. Approximately 1.85 million of the University Library's 2.4 million volumes are housed in Knight, along with microforms, government documents, sound recordings, films, and videotapes. Special Collections contains over 40,000 rare books and 13,000 linear feet of manuscript holdings; much of this primary source material is unique and irreplaceable at any price. The building is named in honor of the family of Philip Knight, President and CEO of Nike, Inc.

57. Untitled: Kids Running Down Hill Untitled: Kids Running Down Hill The Knight Library is the largest library facility in Oregon, holding collections with a replacement value of over $100 million. Approximately 1.85 million of the University Library's 2.4 million volumes are housed in Knight, along with microforms, government documents, sound recordings, films, and videotapes. Special Collections contains over 40,000 rare books and 13,000 linear feet of manuscript holdings; much of this primary source material is unique and irreplaceable at any price. The building is named in honor of the family of Philip Knight, President and CEO of Nike, Inc.

58. The Broughton Flume, Skamania County, Washington The Broughton Flume, Skamania County, Washington

59. Storm over Dexter #268 Storm over Dexter #268

60. Fishing Platform, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon Fishing Platform, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon
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