Andrea Rosselle's work, "Death of Water," is a must see. Installed in the Gallery 114 enclosed space, the Pozzi Room, she has hung infant gowns embroidered with the primary viruses and bacterias that have contaminated water along with the appliques of the primary bodies of water that they have affected. Attached to the gowns are tags with the mortality rate of death from these contaminants, as per the World Health Organization's latest count, linking them with the infant mortality rate. Outside the room there is another gown hanging from a virus that is not water born - ebola. It is so poignant and beautifully stated. Please - go. Gallery 114, 1100 NW Glisan, Portland, Oregon. The opening is November 6th, with the reception from 6-9. My work is also there - I am showing acrylic and iPad paintings from 2014.