The Sweet Shop Gearhart will host an art exhibition by native Oregonian and artist Keri Rosebraugh, from 2 to 7 p.m. Nov. 9.
This pop-up exhibition is inspired by Rosebraugh’s continued research about water and its ability to retain memory.
Her investigations in water have taken her all over the U.S. and the world and have garnered major critical acclaim. Her latest focus has been rural France, where she studies how the environment affects individual water crystals. This winter she plans to further investigate the Pacific Ocean in Gearhart. She translates her found information through paintings, photography and drawings.
Rosebraugh is collaborating with Traci Williams and the Sweet Shop for a night of French wine tasting, viewing of artwork, along with an artists talk around her observations on the symbiotic relationship between humans and water.
Rosebraugh will also be speaking at the Clatsop County Arts Summit on Nov. 12 in Seaside, Oregon.
Additionally, Rosebraugh is creating one of the first major art installations in Gearhart. A prototype of the piece will be unveiled at the show at the Sweet Shop; 567 Pacific Way.