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Last call to print on the walls

This may be your last chance to print on the walls and not get in trouble. Bend Art Center's recent show, "Zamenhof's Trials: Prints and Prinstillations," by Sukha Worob, soon comes to a close. Worob created a series of rollers in to which he carved designs and images, used to create large-scale prints on paper. During the show, visitors pick up the rollers and add to the piece on display.

Zamenhof's Trials: Prints and Prinstillations
On display through May 27
Bend Art Center
550 SW Industrial Way
bendartcenter.org

New art going up in Old Mill

The Tin Pan Alley Art Collection is expanding to the Old Mill, with four new pieces going on display. The collection began in 2012 and has expanded to 28 pieces in the downtown area. Now, four pieces by artists Lisa Lubbesmeyer, Lori Lubbesmeyer, Sarah More and Megan Myers—as well as a community piece created by Base Camp Studio—will be on view near Strictly Organic, Regal Cinema and Gymboree in the Old Mill.

Instagram watch

Local artist Abney Wallace recently returned from a two-week long residency at Playa in Summer Lake, Ore. The residency was part of the growing partnership between Bend Art Center and Playa, which awards one residency per year to an A6 studio member. Wallace, currently an MFA candidate at Pacific Northwest College of Art, explored landscape and form during his stay, collecting sound recordings and even making a paint brush from his beard. You can follow him on Instagram @awolawall to see his work in progress, including the various steps that take him from drawing to carving to printing. A regular at the Life Drawing sessions on Tuesday nights at The Workhouse, Wallace's work often involves highlights from his sessions, showcasing the human body in its perfect humility and beauty.

Instagram: @awolawall
abneytwallace.com

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Teafly Peterson

For the last 20 years, I have been working as an artist and an educator. Some days I am better at one than the other. The good days are when I am excellent at both simultaneously. I love those days. I teach a variety of mediums– painting, drawing, photography, writing, film making. Mostly what I teach is how to...

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