A watercolor painting of a winter landscape. There is a barn and a small stream present in the painting. The bushes and trees are all dark brown and black, providing contrast with the white snow. Shadows and snow tracks are indicated with blue hues., George Hamilton; Winter Barn; justice building, The Oregon Arts Commission has ten Regional Arts Councils that provide delivery of art services and information. The Council for this location is: Mid-Valley Arts. You may view their website at: http://www.oregonlink.com/arts/index.html
Group of men dressed in suits are standing in a field looking at a rock cairn. A farmhouse, barn, and other farm buildings can be seen in the background. There are two dogs in the field with the men. Telegraph poles are visible along the side of the road in the background.
A group of adults and children, identified as instructors and pupils of the Umatilla Indian School, are performing farm work. A group of children are hanging out of a window of a barn. Six horses are yoked to two wagons.
A Native American encampment, located in a clearing next to a stand of trees (deciduous without leaves and conifers), at the base of a hill or mountain. There are four tipis made of mats and canvas, and one larger tent structure, made of canvas. There are two wooden barns, one with a saddled horse next to it. There are several wagons, a segment of fence, and various wooden crates and sundries scattered about. One of the wagons is loaded with materials for another tipi, next to the beginning of a new wooden barn or shelter (posts, cross beam, grassy roof). At the far right edge of the photo is part of a wooden structure or dwelling.