February 19, 2018

Heart of the Country Features Corbett Art Students

Larch Mountain Country Artisans kick off their 34th Annual Heart of the Country Show and Sale today.  Among a wide variety of arts and crafts offered by artisans around Corbett, you’ll find a display of ongoing projects from Corbett High School’s art classroom.  The works (mostly groups of three by each selected student artist) are called Concentrations.  These are accompanied by a statement addressing the student’s intent.  Throughout this year students will continue expanding their Concentrations to a series of 12 works that demonstrate a sustained investigation of their chosen theme.

Larch Mountain Country Artisans has supported Corbett’s art students for the past decade I’ve taught here and many years prior. This relationship we have with our community is as vital now as ever. We look forward to continuing this partnership for many more years to come.  Thank you LMCA members for your support!

Come out and view a sampling of artwork by our very own Corbett art students!


Friday, November 22: 1 pm to 7 pm

Saturday, November 23: 10 am to 5 pm

Sunday, November 24: 10 am to 4 pm


Glenn Otto Community Park

Sam Cox Bldg.

1106 E. Columbia River Hwy

Troutdale, OR

Proceeds benefit Corbett School Arts, Vista House and Troutdale Parks






Thanks to the student volunteers who helped set up the show.

Anthony Young About Anthony Young

Anthony earned his masters in education at Portland State University, Graduate School of Education and has taught Art and Social Studies at Corbett since 2004. He teaches AP Psychology and all levels of High School and Middle School art including AP Studio Art: Drawing and 2-D Design. He enjoys hiking with his wife and three children.