New Photography Exhibition: The Historic Barns of the Methow Valley

Through Feb 14; Opening Reception, Thurs, Jan 9, 5:30-7pm, 2020

You can’t spell “agriculture” without the word “art.” Methow Arts is proud to announce a new collaborative project of Methow Arts and The Methow Conservancy that features a photographic exhibition called “The Historic Barns of the Methow Valley.” The exhibition runs December 5 – February 5 and features the work of participants from last summer’s photography workshop, led by National Geographic Explorer Ryan Bell. (Photo above by Lidija Kamansky.)

The exhibit premiers during Mistletoe Madness (December 5, 4:00 – 7:00 pm) at the Methow Arts headquarters, on the northeast corner of Glover Street and 2nd Avenue, in Twisp. (If you’re in the market for photographic art, the artwork is for sale with proceeds benefitting future photography exhibits at Methow Arts.) (Photograph above by Craig McDonald.)

We’ll join together to hold an Opening Reception on January 9, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m at Methow Arts. Meet the photographers and landowners who brought these images to life, and speak with representatives from Methow Arts, the Methow Conservancy, and the Shafer Historical Museum to learn about the artistic legacy of agriculture in the Methow Valley. (Photograph by Gail Marion.)

DATE: Exhibit runs through Feb 14. Premiers Thurs, Dec 5, 4-7pm; Opening reception, Thurs, Jan 9, 5:30-7pm. LOCATION: Methow Arts, 204 E. 2nd St, Twisp.