Shannon Weber, a self-taught artist, is an Oregon native and lives in the small town of Cottage Grove, Oregon, just outside of the Willamette Valley's wine country. Her first love as a child was archaeology and she was always digging up rocks, sticks, feathers and rusty things, then studying and collecting them.
Contemporary one-of-a-kind woven forms & collages
Weber’s current work uses a heavy mixture of found and gathered objects such as Beaver chewed sticks, domestic cast offs, reclaimed metal, sea kelp, rattan, canvas, wax linen, sea grass and sea grass roots, encaustic, acrylics, and over-dyes.
June 3 - September 18, 2011
Opening Reception, Friday, June 3, 5-8pm