Mt. Hood Perspectives

Mt. Hood Perspectives: Community Art Show

Mount Hood is a key part of Portland’s skyline, seated atop the Cascade Range to the east of the city. Residents and visitors alike look forward to when the clouds part and the mountain is visible, admiring how its snowy slopes vary from hour to hour, season to season. Discover artistic interpretations of this Portland icon by local artists. Click through the artists’ names below for more information and to view their online portfolios.

Image: Jeanette French, Mount Hood, North Face

ARTWORK

Sue Allen
Mount Hood–September, Sandy River
Limited edition screen print
10 x 7 inches
$380.00
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Sue Allen
Mount Hood–November, Lost Lake
Limited edition screen print
10 x 7 inches
$360.00
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Lisa Arcangel
Reflections of Mount Hood
Collage
20 x 16 inches
$200
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Chris Bartell
Lavender Splendor
Photograph
20 x 16 inches
Sold

Elizabeth Chadwick 
Sunrise over Mount Hood
Oil on cradled wood
8 x 8 inches
$125.00
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Stephanie Cissna
Mount Hood Obscured
Oil
12 x 12 inches
$395
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Benita Cole
Mount Hood
Cold wax
12 x 24 inches
$400
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Denise Cousineau 
Golden Glow
Acrylic on canvas with bronze accents
10 x 20 inches
Sold

Jarred Decker
St. Johns Fog
Aluminum chromaprint
30 x 20 inches
$395
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Jarred Decker
The Way Up
Aluminum chromaprint
20 x 30 inches
$395
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Jerry Dickason
First Light, North Face of Mount Hood
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 inches
$850.00
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Poppy Dully
Mount Hood from Top Spur Trail
Monotype on paper
17 x 21 inches
$250
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Erik Eagon
The Light Show
Photograph, luster print
24 x 36 inches
$500
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Erik Eagon
Front Center
Photograph, luster print
36 x 24 inches
$500
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Jeanette French
Mount Hood, North Face
Oil
30 x 40 inches
$800
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