On a bluff overlooking the eastern reaches of the Columbia River Gorge, the Maryhill Museum of Art is housed in what was originally built to be the mansion of railroad magnate Samuel Hill. Now the home of an eclectic permanent art collection, the Museum also offers a number of special exhibitions this summer, featuring paintings by Eanger Irving Couse, an outdoor sculpture exhibit, and ceramics by Kenneth Standhardt. The Museum is open 10 to 5 every day, including holidays through November 15. Go to the Maryhill Museum of Art website for more information, including admission prices.
Posted on June 12, 2013