Parker - Shuksan

Shuksan

2018

acrylic on canvas

71 x 95.5 inches

Parker - Cliff & Trickle

Cliff & Trickle

2018

acrylic on canvas

78.5 x 60 inches

Parker - Great Grey

Great Grey

2018

acrylic on canvas

62 x 48 inches

Parker - Rocky Facade

Rocky Facade

2018

acrylic on canvas

79 x 61 inches framed

Parker - Praise Snow

Praise Snow

2018

acrylic on canvas

50 x 60.6 inches

Parker - Swan Landing

Swan Landing

2018

acrylic on canvas

60.50 x 50 inches

Parker - Two Trees Submontane

Two Trees Submontane

2019

acrylic on canvas

49.25 x 37 inches framed

Parker - Vagrant

Vagrant

2018

acrylic on canvas

37 x 49 inches framed

Parker -Cypress

Cypress

2019

acrylic on canvas

49.25 x 37 inches framed

Parker - Rim Rock

Rim Rock

2019

acrylic on canvas

20 x 25.25 inches framed

Parker - Bunting

Bunting

2019

acrylic on canvas

13.25 x 22 inches framed

Parker - Stellers

Stellers

2019

acrylic on canvas

13.25 x 23.25 inches framed

Parker - Pileated

Pileated

2019

acrylic on canvas

25.25 x 20 inches framed

Parker - All Volcanoes

All Volcanoes are Individuals

2018

gouache on paper

14.5 x 17.75 inches framed​

Parker - Burn Above Bonneville

Burn Above Bonneville

2018

gouache on paper

14.5 x 17.75 inches framed

Parker - Winter Fruit

Winter Fruit

2018

gouache on paper

14 x 21.5 inches framed

Parker - Coin of the Realm

Coin of the Realm - The Long Lean Slope of Cooper Spur

2018

gouache on paper

14 x 21.75 inches framed

Parker - Urban God

Urban God

2018

gouache on paper

14 x 23.75 inches framed

Parker - Exposed Basalt

Exposed Basalt - Baroque Fugue

2018

gouache on paper

14 x 23.75 inches framed

Parker - Cob landing

Cob - Landing

2018

gouache on paper

15 x 23.75 inches framed

Parker - Mt Clarence King

Mt. Clarence King…With Courtiers

2018

acrylic on paper

17 x 26.5 inches framed

Parker - Tracks on Snowdome

Tracks on Snowdome

2018

gouache on paper

9 x 22 inches

Press Release

Following her 2018 completion of two major paintings commissioned for the new Broadway Tower in downtown Portland, Lucinda Parker presents Snow and Ice: Coin of the Realm. Guiding this body of the work is Parker’s question, “What is of the most value in the Northwest?” She concludes that it is snow and ice, which changes its own shape, and that of the land it touches, as it provides pristine water in an increasingly limited supply. Parker’s latest images continue to explore the Northwest’s mountainous landscapes and what shapes them. She builds energetic forms in a thousand shades of white, combined with exuberant color, from small, intimate gouaches to large scale works on canvas. This exhibition coincides with a retrospective at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem, OR, titled Force Fields, and the publication of a monograph by Roger Hull of the same title.