Driven by an innate curiosity to develop the technique of portraiture beyond its traditional approach, interdisciplinary artist Reeva Wortel creates narrative portrait-based projects that combine interview, social commentary, performance, and large-scale installation.
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Brenda grew up in northern Wisconsin and lived in Miami, FL before moving to Oregon.  She started taking weekend oil painting lessons at age 10 and at age 25 was introduced the the world of clay which has been her main focus since, but still loves to paint and draw.
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Kolieha Bush

Kolieha been producing art professionally for over 30 years. She works in several different mediums including: papier mache’, paint, oil clay, bronze, pen and pencil. Kolieha's artwork ranges from quiet and contemplative pieces, to work portraying the more exuberant and joyful side of life.
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A calligrapher and watercolorist who joined Artback in 2005, Nolene served as lead artist for 2012's "The Mushroom Forager" and the "Celebration of Summer" mural of 2018, which was co-designed with Kolieha Bush. She is a founding member of the Estacada Fungus Association and the Performing Arts Group of Estacada.


Francesca is a painter/fiber artist and musician living in Portland.


Mesa is a multidisciplinary artist that primarily focuses on metalsmithing. Her art is inspired by the PNW and the natural world.
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Sage is a multi media artist focusing primarily on painting and metal sculpture. Her love for traveling and the outdoors is a major influence in her work which incorporates natural landscapes and various flora and fauna. Sage believes that through the arts we can create a more unified and inspired community.
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Marsha participates in all kinds of arts and crafts and has been throughout her life.  Estacada has been her home since 2001 and enjoys each years addition to the cities murals. Marsha's dream was to one day be part of the experience.
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Using his travel and experiences in the desert and forest putting out wildfires from the air and ground allowed Karl to gather many images of wildlife and landscape that influence his work.
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Sue Dumolt has lived among the hills beyond Estacada for the past 30 years and never fails to be awed by their beauty. Her jewelry is at times as earthy and strong as the fir trees, and at other times as delicate and bejeweled as the dainty trillium.


Kerrie Hubbard started her first creative business at age 10 to finance the bike she couldn’t live without. Kerrie specializes in watercolor, mixed media, and digital art. She joined The Artback in 2015, during the restoration of The Early Trains of Estacada mural. She lives on a farm in Damascus, using the farm and its animals as inspiration for her work.
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