Artists-in-Partnership

 

Matt Witt

Matt Witt  is a  photographer and writer , who lives in Talent. He has been Artist in Residence at Crater Lake National Park, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, PLAYA, and Mesa Refuge. We are grateful for his guidance and support that he provides to Vesper Meadow as well as non-profits like Rogue Action Center, Rogue Climate, and KS Wild.

Matt Witt is a photographer and writer, who lives in Talent. He has been Artist in Residence at Crater Lake National Park, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, PLAYA, and Mesa Refuge. We are grateful for his guidance and support that he provides to Vesper Meadow as well as non-profits like Rogue Action Center, Rogue Climate, and KS Wild.

 

Hollis Peach

Musicians Jacqui and Danny share in the vision of strengthening local networks for an enriched community. We are grateful for their support.

Musicians Jacqui and Danny share in the vision of strengthening local networks for an enriched community. We are grateful for their support.

 

Evelyn Yin Hang

Hailing from Hangzhou, China, studying at UC Berkeley and at San Francisco Art Institute before landing in Los Angeles, her work investigates personal experiences moving between two countries and the influence on her cultural identity. Encountering Vesper Meadow Education Programs at its inception, Evelyn quickly fell in love with butterfly monitoring. As she works on her MFA in Photo and Media we are excited to host her at Vesper Meadow in 2019.

Hailing from Hangzhou, China, studying at UC Berkeley and at San Francisco Art Institute before landing in Los Angeles, her work investigates personal experiences moving between two countries and the influence on her cultural identity. Encountering Vesper Meadow Education Programs at its inception, Evelyn quickly fell in love with butterfly monitoring. As she works on her MFA in Photo and Media we are excited to host her at Vesper Meadow in 2019.

Erin Linton

Erin Linton  spent her youth just 20 miles away from Vesper Meadow in the small Oregon community of Lincoln. Her work, through  Orphan Girl Fine Art  brings together her love for wildlife, passion for art and taste for tea. (She paints with Gouache on used teabags). We are excited for Erin’s work highlighting rare species at Vesper Meadow.

Erin Linton spent her youth just 20 miles away from Vesper Meadow in the small Oregon community of Lincoln. Her work, through Orphan Girl Fine Art brings together her love for wildlife, passion for art and taste for tea. (She paints with Gouache on used teabags). We are excited for Erin’s work highlighting rare species at Vesper Meadow.

 

Daniel Thiede

Based in Ashland, Oregon,  Danny is a talented designer/photographer.  He exercises great skill in distilling complex concepts into elegant designs. We are fortunate to work along side Danny as he brings awareness to local research on the  Vesper Sparrow  and designed our program logo.

Based in Ashland, Oregon, Danny is a talented designer/photographer. He exercises great skill in distilling complex concepts into elegant designs. We are fortunate to work along side Danny as he brings awareness to local research on the Vesper Sparrow and designed our program logo.

 

Deb VanPoolen

We are glad to work with this hyper-local Greensprings-based artist, activist, and educator for programs at Vesper Meadow. Her  most recent work  highlights the renown biodiversity of the Cascade-Siskiyou region.

We are glad to work with this hyper-local Greensprings-based artist, activist, and educator for programs at Vesper Meadow. Her most recent work highlights the renown biodiversity of the Cascade-Siskiyou region.

 

Linda Thomas

Linda Thomas is a retired teacher and videographer living in Ashland, Oregon.  She loves the outdoors and enjoys doing volunteer photography for local environmental groups such as Vesper Meadow and the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy. We are so pleased to work with her!

Linda Thomas is a retired teacher and videographer living in Ashland, Oregon.  She loves the outdoors and enjoys doing volunteer photography for local environmental groups such as Vesper Meadow and the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy. We are so pleased to work with her!

Marga Laube

With an eye for aesthetics and a gift for storytelling through film, and desire to make positive change, Marga is a top-notch filmmaker. We are grateful to Marga for her  work that kickstarted our communications .

With an eye for aesthetics and a gift for storytelling through film, and desire to make positive change, Marga is a top-notch filmmaker. We are grateful to Marga for her work that kickstarted our communications.

 

Thomas Doty

Thomas Doty is a native storyteller. He learned his art and native cultural traditions from elders, including listening to Grandma Maude, the family storyteller. His stories have been broadcast on Public Radio, and he is the recipient of a Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award from the national American Indian Program. As  Thomas  has been called, "A Cultural Treasure" and "A Master of his Art.” we are excited to grow into part of the living oral tradition of southern Oregon through his stories.

Thomas Doty is a native storyteller. He learned his art and native cultural traditions from elders, including listening to Grandma Maude, the family storyteller. His stories have been broadcast on Public Radio, and he is the recipient of a Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award from the national American Indian Program. As Thomas has been called, "A Cultural Treasure" and "A Master of his Art.” we are excited to grow into part of the living oral tradition of southern Oregon through his stories.

 

Tuula Rebhahn

Tuula is an Ashland based  journalist and blogger  who loves to share her outdoor experiences and supporting conservation groups through writing. We are glad to collaborate with Tuula as she has a passion “(to) translate my vast experiences into word nuggets that are philosophical, poetic, interesting and useful – sometimes all at the same time. “

Tuula is an Ashland based journalist and blogger who loves to share her outdoor experiences and supporting conservation groups through writing. We are glad to collaborate with Tuula as she has a passion “(to) translate my vast experiences into word nuggets that are philosophical, poetic, interesting and useful – sometimes all at the same time. “