Hallie Ford Museum of Art collaborates with the Gordon House Conservancy to present a display of Charles E. Heaney prints and paintings from their collections. Heaney (1897-1981) spent most of his life in Oregon and became one of the favorite artists of Evelyn Gordon, whose house near Wilsonville was designed in 1957 by Frank Lloyd Wright. After the deaths of Mrs. Gordon and her husband, Conrad, the house was eventually moved to Silverton, where it remains today, the only publicly accessible Frank Lloyd Wright house in the Northwest. The exhibit runs from November 2 through 30, with an Art Reception from 4 to 7 p.m. on November 9. Get more information at the Gordon House Conservancy website.