EUGENE, Ore. — Artists in Eugene are rolling out new creations.
A steam roller was brought out at the Gallery at the Watershed in Eugene, where large pieces of art carved into wood were steam-rolled onto sheets.
The event kicked off the new Watershed Arts Foundation Program, which aims to teach classes about art.
“Lots of people and about 100 artists have made this happen today, so it’s really exciting. It’s a big community project to make a new arts organization come alive,” says Amy Isler-Gibson with the Watershed Arts Foundation.
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