A free showing of "Paintbrush Harvest," a documentary about artist Betty LaDuke by K-Rose Productions and Storyline Pictures, is set for 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, at the Ashland Senior Center.
The film features internationally known Ashland artist LaDuke, whose art has long been an outlet for her causes and conscience. Her recent work celebrates Oregon field workers as they plant, tend and harvest food and flowers. The short film provides a glimpse into her lively personality, her artistic process and her commitment to field workers.
The vibrant wooden panels she creates grace public places from shops and universities to airports, reminding viewers of the timeless, universal process of food production.
The film makers, Kathy Roselli and Claudia Ballard, will be available for a question and answer session after the film. The Senior Center is at 1699 Homes Ave. in Ashland. For more information, go to AshlandSeniorCenter.org or k-roseproductions.com or call 541.488.5342.