Laura Ross-Paul, artist, teacher, and arts advocate for over 30 years, receives the 16th annual Bonnie Bronson Fellowship Award.
In August 1990, Northwest artist Bonnie Bronson died in a climbing accident. The Bonnie Bronson Fellowship was founded in 1991 by friends who wished to honor her memory with an award furthering the development of an artist living in Oregon or Washington. The fellowship gives special emphasis to sculptors and women artists.
A reception to honor Laura Ross-Paul will be held at Reed College on April 25, 2007. The event begins at 5 pm, with a presentation starting at 6:00pm in the Gray Center lounge, Kaul Auditorium.