Artists Andrew Myers and Loo Bain will present current works in progress, talk about their creative practices and answer questions about their work and residency experience at Pine Meadow Ranch during a Creative Round-Up at Sisters Art Works on Tuesday, August 20, at 2 p.m.

“We are pleased to share such interesting artists with the community,” said founder Kathy Deggendorfer. “Being Pine Meadow Ranch’s second year operating artist residencies, we are pleased to engage and exchange with the local-area community and look forward to growing our capacity for such.”

Loo Bain is a fiber artist from Portland. She was most recently the Fibers Department Studio Manager at the Oregon College of Art and Craft. She received her MFA in fiber and material studies at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA and her BFA in fiber, material studies, and sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.

Andrew Myers is a visual artist who explores the concepts of conservation and preservation of wild places and creatures in work that is drawing-based with elements of installation, printmaking and sculpture. He received his undergraduate art degree from Eastern Oregon University and an MFA in drawing and painting from Portland State University. He currently teaches at Oregon State University.

Pine Meadow Ranch, a project of the Roundhouse Foundation, creates engagement with a historic working ranch and the community of Sisters. Artists and makers wanting to explore connections to the landscape, agriculture and the local-area community are invited to Pine Meadow Ranch. Residents are asked to contribute to the Ranch or the community. At the same time, artists are given time and space for their own artistic practice.

Sisters Art Works is located at 204 W. Adams Ave.