People's Choice deadline
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is excited to announce this year’s People’s Choice nominees. Community members have until May 19th to help curate the City’s public art collection by voting for the 2019 People’s Choice. The winner will become part of the nationally recognized Gallery Without Walls permanent collection in the City of Lake Oswego for years to come.
Five loaned sculptures from the rotating exhibition have been nominated for the People’s Choice ballot by a committee comprised of city leaders, artists, and local residents.
This year’s nominees include:
- Pollinators by Greg Fields - made from glazed ceramic and steel. The sculpture is located at Windward at the corner of Evergreen and First Street.
- Guermo en Inverno by Jamie Burnes - fashioned from Cor-Ten steel and locust wood. The sculpture is located on A Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Street.
- Observation Tower by Dale Reiger - made from Kiln-formed glass. The sculpture is located on the corner of B Avenue and Second Street.
- Know Time by Benjamin Mefford - constructed of basalt. The sculpture is located on A Avenue and Fourth Street.
- Frog on Fruit by Heather Söderberg-Greene - created from bronze. The sculpture is located on the corner of B Avenue and First Street.
Anyone who lives or works in Lake Oswego can cast a vote. Ballots are available online at artscouncillo.org. Paper ballots can be found at the following locations: City Hall, Lake Oswego Public Library, the Arts Council of Lake Oswego, the Adult Community Center, LO Maintenance Center, the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, and New Seasons at Mountain Park.
Online voting ends at 5 p.m., May 19. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by the same day. The winner will be announced once all the votes are counted. In addition, the winning artist and sculpture will be honored at the Gallery Without Walls Celebration held September 14 at Sundeleaf Plaza.
For more information, contact the Arts Council of Lake Oswego at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 503-675-3738.