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Current articles and gallery shows featuring Deborra Marshall Bohrer's art, paintings and poetry.

WaterWays Smithsonian Exhibit

WaterWays Smithsonian Exhibit

“Water is a defining feature in the arid American West, and here in central Idaho, our local waterways include the wild Salmon River, the renowned spring-fed Silver Creek, the freestone Big Wood River, as well as irrigation ditches and the massive Magic Reservoir,” said Jenny Emery Davidson, the Library’s executive director. “This excellent exhibit prompts us to pay attention to these waterways in new and deliberate ways. It’s perfect for here and perfect for this summer.”

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Community Library’s Sun Valley Museum of History Exhibit

Abstract realist painter and Wood River Valley resident Deborra Marshall Bohrer has several works on exhibition at the Community Library’s Sun Valley Museum of History as part of the library’s installation of the Smithsonian’s traveling exhibit “Water/Ways” July 16 through Aug. 28. The high-quality exhibit explores water from a wide variety of perspectives – ecological, historical, cultural, social, spiritual—and around the world.

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