Hoffman Gallery

March Gallery Exhibition Opening Reception
March 2 | 3:00-5:00pm
Hoffman Center for the Arts | 594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita
Free and open to the public



Works by Keri Rosebraugh and Anna Daedalus

Keri Rosebraugh

Originally from Tigard, Oregon, Rosebraugh spent much of her childhood at the Oregon coast between Manzanita and Nehalem, where her grandparents lived, her father was born and her relatives still reside. She attained her MFA in Florence, Italy and currently lives and works in Marnay Sur Seine, France and Pasadena, California. In 2023 she was honored with a solo exhibition at the Royal Nebeker Gallery in Astoria, Oregon where her 12 foot sculpture Trantler is on permanent display. Her artwork has been exhibited in City Hall in Paris, France, the Natural History/State Darwin Museum in Moscow, Russia,

the Group Global 3000 Gallery for Sustainable Art in Berlin, Germany as well as the Galleria Jardino in Milan, Italy. Rosebraugh’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Museo de Arte Contemporanea di Florina in Greece and the Hermann Nitsch Museum in Naples, Italy.
Her artist residencies have included sailing the Arctic Circle, Assistant Resident at the Museum of Glass in Seattle, Washington, the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy, the Camac Foundation in Marnay Sur Seine, France, as well as conducting water research from the ancient Roman aqueducts in Naples, Italy.

Rosebraugh’s current exhibition Future Memoirs of Water focuses on the interdependence between humans and water. This body of work explores the concept that water retains memory. As water echoes the life around it, life also mirrors water. Water is a portal between the form and the formlessness, celebrating the idea that we are all one.

Anna Daedalus

Enfolded is a photographic-based series which employs folding, sculpting and re- photographing to mimic the sheltering concavity of riparian hollows, wetland and woodland. This work revels in the delicate materiality of paper and takes an embodied approach in responding to the enveloping plenitude and multiplicity of the living world. In a dialogue with the history of landscape art and photography, I have eschewed dramatic scenes in favor of quiet settings, and used layering and hands-on molding to fashion a fluid perspective that allows space for contemplation. Drawing on deep ecology and phenomenology, the pieces are meant to invoke a restfully attentive and intimate embrace with nature.

Anna Daedalus is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice spans photography, installation and book arts. Her solo and collaborative work has been exhibited throughout the Pacific Northwest, including SOIL Gallery in Seattle, Littman Gallery at Portland State University, and Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland. Private collections include SF MOMA Library, the Beinecke Library at Yale University, and Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley. Anna and her artist husband, Kerry Davis, co-founded Roll-Up Gallery, an erstwhile contemporary exhibition space in Portland. They now live and work perched above a Sitka spruce swamp near the mouth of the Columbia River in Wahkiakum County, Washington.

To view more of Anna Daedalus’ work click here

  •  March 2, 2024
     3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

March 2–Gallery Exhibition Opening Reception


594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon, 97130


Situated on the main street in Manzanita just a few blocks west of Highway 101, the Hoffman Center Art Gallery is located across the street from the North Tillamook Library.