through December 2, 2017
View breathtaking images of High Desert landscapes and learn about the fascinating stories behind how these places got their names in this community-curated exhibition.
We selected entries by curatorial review based on several factors including the quality of the photography and the story behind the given name. Together, the selections reflect the diversity of landscapes in the High Desert region.
It is our hope that Legendary Landscapes will inspire visitors to explore more of the region and delve deeper into its natural and cultural history.
Legendary Landscapes is open through December 2, 2017.
With support from the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation
Photographers and image locations:
Arian Stevens : Davis Lake, Deschutes and Klamath counties, Oregon.
Don Edington: Artist Point, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Wyoming.
Dave Cawley: Broken Bow Arch, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Kane County, Utah.
Kimberly Shavender : S’y’mtite’ or Steptoe Butte, Whitman County, Washington.
Joshua Stills: Shaniko, Wasco County, Oregon.
Mark Darnell: Owyhee River, Malheur County, Oregon.
Herman Kreiger: Winter Ridge, Lake County, Oregon.
Katsuyuki Shibata: Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Grant County, Oregon.
Katherine Johnson-Watts: Squaw Butte, Gem County, Idaho.
Dave Price: Picture Rock Pass, Lake County, Oregon.
Jeff Jones: Pahute Peak Wilderness Area, Humboldt County, Nevada.