The panhandle of northern Idaho is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in North America. Sparsely populated, the small communities east of Sandpoint that border Lake Pend Oreille are backed by forests that stretch across the Cabinet and Selkirk mountains until they merge with the Canadian Rockies. To stand in these densely forested mountains, among the firs, pines, and birches, can be both moving and somewhat daunting. Here nature is wilderness. In 1987, when Romey Stuckart first moved to Hope, Idaho, her response as a painter was to adopt these woods as her subject matter. This exhibition of paintings from 1990 to 2002 acts as a record of her response to her chosen environment, as literal depiction of nature in paintings up to 1992 and then the shift to the organic, abstracted paintings that followed. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
2017 - Winter Effects of El Nino on the Central Wasatch - Oral Presentation
This is a video of the presentation, "Winter Effects of El Nino on the Central Wasatch" given at the 2017 Science, Mathematics & Engineering Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. The presenter: Christian Ford. The video can be accessed via YouTube here: https://youtu.be/Fg61gVAA8Ug
2017 - Winter Effects of ENSO on the Central Wasatch Range - Poster Presentation
This is a poster that was presented at the 2017 Science, Mathematics & Engineering (SME) Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. The presenters: Christian Ford, from the Geosciences Department & Maura Hahnenberger, a professor in the Geosciences Department at Salt Lake Community College. The project examined the effects of "El Nino" and "El Nina" weather events on the Central Wasatch Mountains.