Arts in Care Gallery

Poppies by Dorothy FreudenbergDorothy Freudenberg is a photographer who has stretched the boundaries of traditional photography and embraced the new digital technologies, producing works that are in a sense, multi-media. By combining photography with the capabilities of a digital darkroom and working in programs.
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Pat Oertley

“When photographing, whatever the subject, I look for what appeals to me… that usually has color, interesting lines, and shapes. It is usually more of one aspect than the others… if I am lucky, it will be all those things at once. I use a single lens reflex camera because it is the most.
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image5Mike Putnam is a fine art landscape photographer based in beautiful Bend, Oregon. His world class fine art prints are a celebration of the natural beauty of Central Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Mike’s photography gear is an interesting combination of modern technology and historic craftsmanship. His photographic.
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Please take a moment and stop by to see the work of artists Vicki Shuck and Gary Vincent currently on display at Partners In Care. In the glass cases you'll find Vicki’s beadwork. A slow process, she says it can take an hour to stitch enough beads to cover the size of a quarter. The.
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Nancie Zivetz Gertler, a Psychotherapist by profession, began painting in 2005 when her mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer.  After her passing, Nancie gathered up what was left of her mother's art supplies and set off on a deeply healing and unexpected path. Art-making has since become a treasured necessity for which she is most grateful..
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Nancy Dasen grew up in Portland, Oregon, and graduated from Oregon State University with a double major in Art and German. She worked in the graphic art/printing industry, and in the construction industry involved with the selection of products, materials, and colors. She loves the feel and smell of clay and enjoys incorporating elements of typography and.
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Dorothy Freudenberg, is a photographer who has embraced new digital technologies creating works that are in a sense, multi-media. She transforms her factual photography renditions into brilliantly-colored, painterly qualities that are expressions of internal emotional conditions..
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Partners In Care continues to serve the needs of our patients and their family members while following all of the guidelines outlined by the Oregon Health Authority and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus. While it is a rapidly evolving situation, here are some things you should know about our response:
  • Our central phone number (541) 382-5882 continues to be answered 24/7.
  • We are still admitting new patients to both Home Health and Hospice.
  • Prior to every in-person visit, all patients receive a risk assessment for COVID-19.
  • Visitors to Hospice House are being carefully screened prior to visiting patients.
  • Our professional caregivers are exercising diligence in all aspects of caring for themselves and others.
  • Please consult the calendar on our website for program/meeting cancellations.