Snow, View From The Front Porch, 2017

oil on board

11" x 14"

Artist Talk & Reception:

Saturday, June 2, 1:30-3:00pm



Tidal Zone, Hug Point, 2017

oil on canvas

12" x 24"

View Through The Woods, Newton Road, 2017

oil on canvas

36" x 48"

PHYLLIS TROWBRIDGE

D. At Rest, 2017

pencil

6" x 9"

Wapato Trail, Sauvie Island, 2017

oil on board

16 1/2" x 20"

RR Tracks Under The St. John's Bridge #2, 2017

white chalk on black paper

6" x 9"

The Broken Oak, 2017

oil on canvas

24" x 36"

Newton Road, 2016

oil on canvas

28" x 22"

Clematis, 2017

oil on board

9" x 10"

Oak Island, September, (First Rain Of The Season), 2017

oil on canvas

20" x 24"

May 2 - June 16, 2018

Aspens In Granite Canyon, Grand Tetons, 2017

oil on board

16" x 18"

The Big Oak (Before The Fall), 2017

oil on canvas

22" x 28"

Manzanita Beach, 2018

oil on board

11 1/4" x 24 3/4"

Cape Horn Maples, 2017

oil on canvas

30" x 40"

RR Tracks Under The St. John's Bridge, 2017

white chalk on black paper

6" x 9"

D. And The Couch Cushions, Daylight, 2017

white chalk on black paper

6" x 9"

Big Leaf Maple And The Tualatin Mountains, 2016

oil on board

22" x 28"

Opening Reception:


Saturday, May 12, 1:30-3:00pm


Winter woods, 2017

oil on canvas

20" x 24"

Summer Evening, North Bradford St. & RR Tracks, 2016

white chalk on black paper

5 1/4" x 8 1/2"

The Northwest paintings of Phyllis Trowbridge depict the sights, sounds, and visceral experience of the outdoors. Her imagery reflects nature’s light and atmosphere and the transitory character of its changing moods and weather. Trowbridge spends most of her time painting plein air, often returning to the same location again. During her process she observes and interprets the elements within her compositions, intuitively and aesthetically. There is an immediacy to the work created from painting what she sees while choosing to present it in her own unique way. Here, Trowbridge pushes beyond the predictable into new ideas and perceptions to create fresh interpretations that express the beauty in nature. We are pleased to present this second exhibition of her work with the gallery. Phyllis Trowbridge received her MFA in Painting, from the American University in Washington, DC in 1990 and a BA in studio from the Hamilton College in Clinton, NY.


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Phyllis' Website:  www. phyllistrowbridge.com

Phyllis will speak about her new work at 2pm

Michael Parsons Fine Art

716 S.W. Madison

Portland, OR 97205

Phone 503-206-8601

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Recent Landscape Paintings