Peter Marbach

Come see us in Hood River in June!

Hosted by the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River and with the generous support of Pro Photo Supply, we're excited to announce an exhibit of our images for the month of June. The month-long exhibit will kick off on Thursday June 5th at 7pm with an evening presentation by four Hood River photographers who participated in the project: Paloma Ayala, Peter Marbach, Thomas Boyd, and Blue Ackerman. You can see a little taste of their work below. We hope to see you at the Columbia Center for the Arts in June!

Michele and her horse, Fancy.  Photo by Paloma Ayala

Michele and her horse, Fancy. Photo by Paloma Ayala

Dick Arnold celebrates sunrise from the top of Mt. Hood.  Photo by Peter Marbach

Dick Arnold celebrates sunrise from the top of Mt. Hood. Photo by Peter Marbach

Chuck Stephens and his daughter Evelyn, 3, of Portland, are pulled through the water in Oneonta Gorge by their husky dog named Monroe.  Photo by Thomas Boyd

Chuck Stephens and his daughter Evelyn, 3, of Portland, are pulled through the water in Oneonta Gorge by their husky dog named Monroe. Photo by Thomas Boyd

A sunrise shot of the Hood River valley and Mt. Hood.  Photo by Blue Ackerman

A sunrise shot of the Hood River valley and Mt. Hood. Photo by Blue Ackerman

New Life

Spring has arrived and the longer days and buds on the trees have got us thinking about new life. Luckily, several of our photographers captured images that show life's beginning in a variety of ways.

A black crake chick five days after hatching at the Oregon Zoo.  Photo by Michael Durham

A black crake chick five days after hatching at the Oregon Zoo. Photo by Michael Durham

Maria Cisneros with daughter and baby Ahyzel at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital.  Photo by Peter Marbach

Maria Cisneros with daughter and baby Ahyzel at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital. Photo by Peter Marbach

A Pendleton farmer inspects grains of wheat from his harvest.  Photo by Chantell Reid

A Pendleton farmer inspects grains of wheat from his harvest. Photo by Chantell Reid