Heather Lee Birdsong

Learning What to Keep

2023

gouache on hot pressed rag paper

15.75 x 18.75 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

Singing Silence

2023

matte vinyl paint on translucent polypropylene

18.75 x 15.75 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

A Feat of Things Not Said

2023

matte vinyl paint on hot pressed rag paper

31 x 24.75 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

Thickly Wooded Distance

2022

gouache on hot pressed rag paper

30 x 23.5 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

A Doubtful Dream

2021

gouache on hot pressed Arches paper

22.5 x 28.25 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

Teresa's Hens and Chicks

2024

matte vinyl paint on translucent polypropylene

13 x 11 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

Immediate Immensity

2024

matte vinyl paint on translucent polypropylene

19 x 16 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

I Never May Believe

2024

matte vinyl paint, graphite, and colored pencil on translucent polypropylene

19.25 x 16.25 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 1

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 2

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 3

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 4

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 5

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 6

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 7

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Heather Lee Birdsong

November Lovesong No. 8

2023

acryla-gouache on Stonehenge paper

7.75 x 6 inches framed

 

Press Release

Russo Lee Gallery continues our exhibition program In the Office this July-August with invited artist Heather Lee Birdsong.

 

Opening Reception | Wednesday, July 3rd, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Based in Portland, Oregon since 2005, Birdsong received a BFA in Intermedia from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2011. Collections housing her work include the Visual Chronicle of Portland, Oregon; Ella Strong Denison Library, Scripps College; Albert Solheim Library, Pacific Northwest College of Art; and Southern Graphics Council International. Birdsong is the recipient of project and professional development grants from the Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC) and was an artist-in-residence in Print Arts Northwest's Emerging Printmakers Program in 2012. Her membership at Carnation Contemporary is supported by an Arts3C Grant from RACC. In addition to her fine art practice, she works as a freelance graphic designer, editor, and arts administrator.