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Kelsey is COLT's Communications Manager.

Art on the Land: Jessica Billey and the Fender’s Blue Butterfly

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / December 11, 2021
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Printmaker Jessica Billey highlights a very small, yet most well-known resident of Lupine Meadows for Art on the Land.

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Art on the Land: Celeste Whitewolf’s baskets inspired by an urban wetland

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / December 10, 2021
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Weaver Celeste Whitewolf found inspiration for her three baskets at Hart Wetlands, an urban wetland stewarded by the Wetlands Conservancy

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Art on the Land: Elaine Roemen on capturing the unique beauty of Nesika

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / December 10, 2021
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Port Orford Oil Painter Elaine Roemen on her experience creating artwork inspired by the Nesika Forest, currently protected by Wild Rivers Land Trust.

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East Moraine Community Forest

Art on the Land: Roger Amerman reflects on his art inspired by land

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / December 8, 2021
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Bead tapestry artist Roger Amerman talks about his experience creating artwork inspired by the East Moraine Community Forest, a preserve currently protected by Wallowa Land Trust.

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Eastern Oregon. Photo Credit: Bonnie Moreland, Flickr

Art on the Land: Art raffle benefiting the Chúush Fund

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / December 3, 2021
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Win a one-of-a-kind work of art created by local Oregon artists and inspired by land currently conserved by land trusts in Oregon. 100% of the proceeds go to the Chúush Fund.

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Eastern Oregon. Photo Credit: Bonnie Moreland, Flickr

Art on the Land celebrates people, art, and nature while raising money for the Chúush Fund

By Kelsey Kuhnhausen / November 8, 2021
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In celebration of the natural world and the interconnectedness of people and nature, the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts (COLT) has partnered with four of our members to commission local artists to create artwork inspired by land. Throughout October and November, artists have visited area conserved by land trusts and have drawn inspiration from the landscape to create a unique piece of art.

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