2nd Saturday Art Walk – July 2013 – Layercake: A Project by Leigh Oviatt

Saturday, July 13, 2013: The Fort George Lovell Showroom hosts photographer Leigh Oviatt for Astoria’s 2nd Saturday Art Walk. Originally from Bozeman, Montana, Leigh now considers the North Oregon Coast home. Her project, titled Layercake, is the culmination of a year wandering the streets of Portland, searching for faces among the confusing and peeling layers of street posters.

Doors open at 6pm and all ages are welcome until 10pm. There is never a cover. Food and beverages are available through the Fort George Taproom.

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