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BRUCE CONKLE declares an affinity for mysterious natural phenomena such as snow, fire, rainbows, crystals, volcanoes, tree burls, and meteorites. He examines contemporary attitudes toward the environment, including deforestation, climate change, and extinction. Conkle’s work often deals with the human place within nature, and frequently examines what he calls the “misfit quotient” at the crossroads. Conkle received a 2010 Hallie Ford Fellowship and an Oregon Arts Commission Artist Fellowship. His 2012 show “Tree Clouds” was awarded a project grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

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