For the Majesty of Horses

For Jean Lubin, her paintings provide a window into a world of majestic horses and their surroundings. Having lived in a wide range of environments—from Samoa and Juneau, Alaska to Richmond, Virginia, the Bay Area and San Diego—Jean found that horses created a bridge between each place and time. She began riding in her teens as a way to stay…

David Kinker: An Artist’s Flow

As an artist, David Kinker doesn’t separate a life of reflection from the reflections of the water in his paintings. At first glance, the landscapes are representational of the rivers David visits as a naturalist and interpretive river guide. Yet, while painting is a record of his experiences it’s also a record of what he refers to as a special…

Safari Blankets

For Heidi Wright, local artisan, travel guide, wife and mother of four, the word “home” has a heart’s definition. Born and raised in the Portland, Oregon area, she felt drawn to Africa as her “true home” from an early age. Physical house locations through the years have been wide-ranging: Uganda, Kenya, Virginia and, for the past seven years, Bend. She…