ART: Lynne Magnuson Figure Drawings
Bend artist Lynne Magnuson’s “Figurative Expressions” exhibit presents a collection of mixed-media drawings inspired by the human figure.
“The human figure is one my favorite subjects, especially when using charcoal on paper,” says Magnuson. “I love drawing the figures because, even when static, the energy of the body suggests inherent movement and grace.”
Magnuson says she “works in a gestural style rather than a literal interpretation of the form to capture this impression. This concept then presents many challenges that I find interesting and exciting.”
Art in a variety of mediums has been a major part of Magnuson life for many years, and she is currently attending OSU Cascades Campus to finish her BFA degree in painting and drawing.
If you subscribe to The Bulletin’s E-Edition, you can read a profile of Magnuson here.
featured coffee: Costa Rica Montes de Oro, Direct Trade
“We shared a French press of the Montes de Oro the other morning. Wow! We love it even more than when we carried it previously! The bright notes are toned down a bit for a nicely balanced cup.” – Kent & Hazel
Here’s how Stumptown describes it: “The producers behind Montes de Oro, Emilio and Laura Gamboa, cultivate their coffee in San Pablo de Tarrazu. Emilio personally oversees the processing each and every night of the harvest. He ensures strictly ripe cherry and fully washes it with INGESEC technology. The coffee is gently dried on African beds, which provides time for sugar development. Flavors: Rainier cherry and clementine orange flavors meld harmoniously with sweet notes of honey, caramel and milk chocolate.”
CUPPING: Sunday, August 23, 1:30-2:30pm
What’s up in the cup? Come join us on a journey of the senses, as we discover the ins and outs of tasting coffee.
Traditional Cappuccino Happy Hour: Fridays, 2:30pm to close.