Moro, Oregon – Next up in the Sherman County Historical Museum’s Sherman County Artist Series through October is Myrna Melzer’s Colored Pencil Therapy: It’s All in the Eyes.
Myrna’s artistic expertise is visible in the mural, hand-drawn maps and illustrations in the award-winning interpretive exhibit, Oregon Trails, Rails and Roads. A volunteer since 1992, she serves as a museum host during the summer season, chairs the exhibit team, and recently prepared and mounted quilts for storage.
Oregon Days of Culture, October 1-8, honors the role of the arts, humanities, and heritage in our everyday lives. Celebrate by visiting the Museum in Moro where the work of local artists and artisans is displayed in quilts, paintings, illustrations, embroidery, maps, murals, garments, carpentry and photography.
The museum is open 10-5 daily through October. There is no admission fee for this exhibit, the Visitor Information Center or The Museum Store. For more information, call 541-565-3232 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.