"I am a Western Shoshone Indian woman originally from Northern Nevada, but I also grew up in Clackamas County the later part of my childhood. However, in my later 20s I found myself back on my reservation and was able to see it from a very different perspective. I have found photography a way to capture the raw beauty of “Indian Country” and a new found appreciation of my people and the land that still holds the untamed Native spirit."
Nicolette Hume's breathtaking photography is on display now through January 10, 2019 in theClackamas County, Oregon's Development Services Building - Entry Gallery.
Artist Info: http://bit.ly/
Gallery Info: http://bit.ly/CCDSB — at Clackamas County Transportation & Development Department.
PHOTOGRAPHY THAT EXPLORES THE INTERSECTION OF PLACE & HOME
I am one of nineteen artists that will exhibit their interpretations of what place and home mean to them, whether geography, people, memories, or landscapes - cultural or physical.
Exhibition Dates: May 4 - June 15
Opening Reception: May 4 - 5 to 7 p.m.
The Lake Oswego Review did a story on my life and photography, you can see it here at:
I am very pleased to announce that I have been selected as a 2018 Clackamas County Arts Alliance Artist. I will keep you posted as to where I will be exhibiting my work. Here is a link to the Clackamas County Arts Alliance.