Photo: Kristar Burton
THE GARDEN PATH APRIL 2015 • VOLUME 14 • NUMBER 4
Photo: Bishin Jumonji
ART IN THE GARDEN: CARVING A NEW PATH FOR AN ANCIENT ART FORM Tradition is not a thing of the past. It flows over time like a river— moving, ever changing, never the same. Keeping the essence of an inherited art form alive over time has been a challenge for fine craftsmen for generations, whether their craft is building gardens or carving wood. But one family in Kamakura, Japan has been remarkably successful in breaking new ground in the art world without losing their ancestors’ mastery of a very old trade. A Family Affair In Kamakura—a small history-bound city located about two hours south of Tokyo—the craftsmanship of carved, lacquered woodwork has been passed down from father to son for 29 generations. And one of the oldest establishments working in this medium is the Goto family’s Hakkodo Kamakura Bori. Breaking new ground, Keiko Goto is leading her family’s historic gallery, the first woman to do so in its history. She’s building upon the tradition of her ancestors while creating work that is innovative and uniquely her own. This April, Keiko and her sister Naoko are bringing four generations of Hakkodo artistry to the Portland Japanese Garden for their first exhibition in the U.S. In the 14th & 15th centuries, artisans in Kamakura became known for their creative use of lacquer in a technique now referred to as Kamakurabori. Inspired by Chinese methods of carving low-relief patterns into many layers of lacquer, this new method of applying lacquer after carving the wood resulted in stunning designs that had greater depth and design possibilities. This technique was used by the sisters’ great-grandfather, Itsuki Goto, when he established Hakkodo to carve Buddhist sculptures. When Buddhism fell out of favor in Japan in the 19th century, Itsuki Goto redirected his work to produce more practical objects such as trays and bowls which showcased his mastery of technique in their
Hakkodo: the Artisans of Kamakura April 11–May 3 Regular Garden Hours Pavilion Gallery Included with Garden Admission Golden Cane Society Opening Reception Friday, April 10, 7-9pm Golden Crane Society Members Only Contact Allie at [email protected]
Eager to show the world this exquisite example of Japanese skill, Japan sent Hakkodo’s work to the Lewis & Clark Exposition of 1905 here in Portland. Both Itsuki Goto & his son Unkyu were awarded Gold Medals for outstanding craftsmanship. Now 110 years later, the Goto family is returning to Portland.
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APRIL 2015 | THE GARDEN PATH • Four Seasons
One Extraordinary Experience
Photo: Lee Mahoney
FROM THE CEO Dear Garden Members, Spring has officially sprung in the Garden. The buds and blossoms remind us of the renewal we feel each year at this time. During this time of rebirth we actively prepare the physical Garden for the busy summer and fall months just around the corner, the times when the largest crowds visit and the Garden hosts the majority of its cultural festivals and events. Preparations during these spring months are pivotal for the rest of the year. The same holds true with fundraising for the Garden’s Annual Fund: the spring is crucial to ensure that, with the partnership of amazing supporters like you, plans for the year can succeed. The Annual Fund is the primary source of contributions for the Garden, helping to pay for everything from Garden maintenance to the world-class exhibitions and artists the Culture, Arts, and Education department bring to the Pavilion each year. Donations to the Annual Fund are the seeds of so many projects. They ensure that the Garden has the strong foundation needed to achieve our ambitions and fulfill our mission of providing a place of calm and cultural exploration for the community and for visitors from around the world. Contributions to the Annual Fund make up a quarter of our yearly budget. As a non-profit receiving no taxpayer money, the Garden truly relies on you to continue flourishing. As a member, you have already demonstrated your support for the work we do. We hope you’ll go above and beyond, and consider making a spring Annual Fund donation to help us achieve our goals for 2015. Inside this newsletter,
you will find a return envelope if you would like to join us in making this year one of the Garden’s best. You can also donate online at www.japanesegarden.com/donate. With your help, we’ll make this spring one full of promise of the beauty and inspiration to come. Help us plant the seeds of a truly outstanding 2015, and with your partnership, the Garden will flourish for years to come. Sincerely,
Stephen D. Bloom Chief Executive Officer
APRIL IN THE GARDEN Photo: Don Schwartz
By Elizabeth Ann Hulick The first sign of the season’s
just by virtue of the light and the weather, but because the eye has caught
change in springtime is the
something new, seen something from a perspective not seen before. This
marked difference in the light.
is an essential element of the Japanese garden: a step forward or turning
This side of the vernal equinox,
one’s eye in a different direction will almost always bring a new vision
the higher sun shines more
framing itself in loveliness. In April, there may be nothing better than to
boldly than the milkier light
immerse oneself in the garden. As the last of the cherry blossoms flutter
of winter. It enhances the
softly away, now is the time of rhododendrons and azaleas. The quieter
multitudes of green tones and
gardenscapes of winter—the bare branches, those early, fragile buds of
hues that the Portland Japanese
February, the translucent lime green of new leaves—have now given
Garden offers year round, the
way to a pageant of brightening and deepening greens.
textures of the flora always a
Spring’s blossoms on the flowering trees and shrubs beg for a stroll
delight to discover in close-up detail, or by pulling back one’s viewpoint to appreciate the thoughtful harmony between nature and the almost invisible human hands behind its artistry. The artfully arranged plants, rocks, water, and finely-crafted human constructions are always new and genuinely surprising. If you have been to the garden several times, you know that each visit is different, not
among and beneath the flowers. Like life, its time is but brief. In fact, its very brevity only adds poignancy, as the very essence of this living art form demands that we acknowledge the passing of time and that we, too, are passing through. Elizabeth Ann Hulick is a writer and artist living in Portland. She has published feature articles, poetry, and short stories nationally and internationally.
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ART IN THE GARDEN:
IN THE GARDEN GIFT STORE
CARVING A NEW PATH FOR AN ANCIENT ART FORM
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Anyone interested in modern Japanese culture has probably stumbled across the term kawaii. Though it roughly translates as ‘cute’ in English, it’s a concept that encapsulates so much more than that. From the fashionable streets of Harajuku to the friendly mascots that adorn Tokyo’s municipal buildings, Japan’s affinity for all things kawaii continues to grow. Bring a touch of this trend home with the items below: Kimono Plush Animals Made in Japan from traditional patterned kimono fabrics, each
Evolution of Design
one of these adorable
While Keiko Goto is making history as the first woman to run the
plush animal figurines
family business, she was not the first in her family to break from
is completely unique.
tradition. Shuntaro Goto, Ms. Goto’s father, played a significant role
Available in three
in evolving Hakkodo’s designs. His plate titled “Pomegranate” can be
varieties: Cat (neko), Owl
seen as a seminal piece that bridges the past to present with larger,
(fukuro), or Rabbit (usagi)
more expansive design elements. A graduate of Tokyo National University of Fine Art & Music, Keiko
Sanrio Tea Cups
Goto has continued to evolve the Kamakura-bori work as Hakkodo’s
These whimsical tea cups
chief designer. “The beautifully carved robes of Buddhist sculpture
come from Japan’s Sanrio
by Ms. Goto’s great grandfather are reflected in the flowing lines of her
contemporary work, adding a new chapter to this artisan family’s long
experts on all things kawaii.
history,” says Diane Durston, the Arlene Schnitzer Curator of Culture,
Made in Japan of brightly
Arts and Education.
painted ceramic, each of these delightful cups measures 3” x 3”. Just the
A special thanks to Katherine & Mark Frandsen for their support of the
right size for a kawaii cup of
Hakkodo exhibition. The Art in the Garden 2015 exhibition series is
your favorite tea!
supported by grants from The Collins Foundation, the ESCO Foundation, the William G. Gilmore Foundation, the Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation, the Jackson Foundation, the PacifiCorp Foundation, and the Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust.
PARKING IN WASHINGTON PARK? THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT! Visiting the Garden is now a little easier. Washington Park is leading our region in a new way to pay the parking meter without even getting out of your car*. Visitors with smartphones or web access will be able to pay for parking through a free app: PassportParking (available for download in the iPhone App store or in the Google Play store). You can also access through the website www.m.ppprk.com. You’ll see new signage in the parking lots and find additional information on our website and other Washington Park websites. *contingent on cell service in the area
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AROUND THE GARDEN
SAGA GORYU IKEBANA EXHIBITION Hana Matsuri: The Flower Festival Celebrating the Birth of Buddha April 4–5, 10am-4pm Included with Garden Admission
FILM SCREENING: STORIES FROM TOHOKU
It is often said that it rained tea on the day of Buddha’s birth. In
April 17, 5:30-7:30pm Mercy Corps Aceh Room 45 SW Ankeny St. Portland, Oregon
Japan those who visit a shrine on his birthday take an offering of
The US-Japan Council
fresh spring flowers. Hana Matsuri celebrates the fleeting beauty of the delicate cherry blossom and honors the birth of Buddha. The Garden’s celebration of this festival will feature an exhibition of flower arrangements by the Saga Goryu School, which is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its North American branch this year. A prayer ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m. on both days of the festival, and a demonstration of Chado, or The Way of Tea will occur on both days at noon & 2 p.m.
would like to invite Portland Japanese Garden members to a screening of the film Stories from Tohoku. After showing the movie (55 minutes), there will be a short question and answer session with
Photo: Jonathan Ley
the filmmakers and several people who visited Tohoku after the Earthquake four years ago. Stories from Tohoku examines survivors’ strength, resilience, grace, and acceptance and the enduring bonds between the people of Japan and American of Japanese ancestry. We hope that you are able to attend this event. Admission is free but reservations are required. Please RSVP at www.usjapancouncil.org/portland
CHADO, THE WAY OF TEA HAKKODO, ARTISANS OF KAMAKURA
April 11–May 3, Garden Hours Included with Garden Admission
Join us in the Tea Garden for a presentation of tea prepared by Kashintei Kai. Chado presentations are offered at the Portland Japanese Garden on the third Saturday of the month April through October at 1pm and 2pm.
See the artistry of carved and lacquered wood as it has evolved over four generations from one family. Hakkodo: The Artisans of Kamakura will showcase the Goto family’s work, featuring an evolving style, from the curving robes of a Buddhist sculpture to today’s contemporary, open designs.
PHOTO MEMBER HOURS April 28, 6:30-8am
Photo: Mike Bentley
ART IN THE GARDEN:
April 18, 1 & 2pm Presented in the Tea House Included with Garden Admission
SUMMER HOURS HAVE STARTED! The Garden will now be open until 7pm—perfect for enjoying these longer days.
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COMING IN MAY
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERSHIP May 11, 6:00-8:00pm Pavilion Gallery Tickets required
SUMMER WORKSHOP SERIES You told us in March’s Membership Survey how much you enjoy Garden Workshops. So to help you plan your summer, we’ve made tickets available much earlier this year. Tickets to three of
The Annual Meeting of the Membership is a chance for members to
our Garden Workshops are available now. These have sold out
hear about the past year, participate in discussions of current topics,
in the past so reserve your tickets early!
and elect new members to the Portland Japanese Garden Board of Trustees. For more information about the nominees, visit www.japanesegarden.com/events/annual-meeting/. Proxy Voting Members who are unable to attend the Annual Meeting are invited to give the Garden’s Nominating Committee their written proxy to vote in their absence for the nominees who have been recommended to join the Garden’s Board of Directors.
WRITING WORKSHOP WITH JILL KELLY May 14, 10am-4pm $45 members / $55 non-members Join Portland-based author Jill Kelly for a day of wordplay in the
BAMBOO FENCE BUILDING May 2–3, 9:00am-3:00pm $150 for members/$175 non-members The durability and flexibility of bamboo fences have made them increasingly popular with gardeners and homeowners alike. This hands-on workshop takes an immersive approach, addressing both the theory and the skills needed for bamboo fence building. Participants will learn about the evolution of Japanese-style bamboo fences with Garden Curator Sadafumi Uchiyama. Hands-on practice in knot-tying, building, repairing, and refurbishing overseen by staff gardeners will culminate with participants building a fence panel using traditional Japanese materials and techniques.
Bring a notebook, your favorite pen, colored pencils or markers
NOBEDAN STONE PAVING June 13–14, 9:00am-3:00pm $160 for members/$200 non-members
(optional), and a sack lunch. Writers of all levels are welcome.
Discover the nobedan walk, a style of stone pathway
Last year this workshop sold out so we’re giving members early
traditionally used in Japanese tea gardens and in the entries to
access to reserve a space. Tickets for members go on sale April 14
noblemen’s homes. These unique walks feature stones of various
and will be available to the public April 21.
shapes and sizes arranged in a pattern that is simultaneously
Portland Japanese Garden. Be ready to share your love of bark and branch, limb and leaf, trunk and needle by drafting prose and poems.
Photo: Jonathan Ley
artistic and functional. These paths add serenity to any garden and can be seen widely, both in gardens throughout Japan and in our own Garden. This two-day program begins with a lecture and presentation by Garden Curator, Sadafumi Uchiyama. Later participants will work with Head Gardener, Michael Kondo, to construct a nobedan path of their own. MAPLE PRUNING July 25, 9:00am-3:00pm $80 for members/$100 non-members Few aspects of the traditional Japanese garden are as instantly recognizable as the twisting, gnarled branches of a wellmaintained Japanese maple. Glimpse the intricate processes behind these living works of art in one of our most popular workshops. This single-day demonstration includes a discussion of the various types of maple pruning, as well as specific pruning
MEMBER TEA & TOUR
techniques. Toward the session’s end, participants will be
May 19, 10am-12pm Free for members & guests, reservations required
hands-on work time.
allowed to practice what they’ve learned with a short period of
Join other Portland Japanese Garden members in the Pavilion
Workshops will proceed as scheduled rain or shine. We ask that
for light refreshments with tea and coffee generously provided by
participants provide their own lunches. For questions, please
Jasmine Pearl Tea Co. and Portland Roasting. Take this opportunity
contact our Event & Reservation Coordinator at (503) 542-0280
to participate in a member-only tour of the Garden lead by our
or [email protected]
knowledgeable and dedicated Tour Guides.
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BY PETER KENDALL Gusts of wind; the rain The old lantern gathering its cherry blossoms
After years of their generous support, we’re proud to announce that Portland Roasting Coffee is now the official coffee provider of the Portland Japanese Garden. In addition to providing the coffee that keeps the Garden’s staff going, they kindly donate their excellent product for Garden events. If you’ve attended any of our Member-only events or lectures in the past year, you’ve likely tasted the fruits of their labors. With 17 years of experience, Portland Roasting makes an impeccable cup of coffee with consistency and creativity. They source the highest quality beans from dedicated farmers around the world and bring them here to Portland.
Photo: David M. Cobb
SENIOR STAFF CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Bloom DEPUTY DIRECTOR. . . . . . . . Cynthia Johnson Haruyama CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER. . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Ching EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah MacDonald THE ARLENE SCHNITZER CURATOR OF CULTURE, ART, & EDUCATION. . . . . . Diane Durston GARDEN CURATOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sadafumi Uchiyama DIRECTOR OF FINANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Brauer DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Christy. BOARD OF TRUSTEES PRESIDENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gwyneth Gamble Booth
And, like the Garden, they are dedicated to giving back. Every year, Portland Roasting commits resources to a global project supporting a community in need. Sales of PRC Coffee have helped support their community projects, including planting shade trees in El Salvador, providing school supplies for an orphanage in Sumatra, and digging wells in East Africa. This commitment to sustainable community building has been recognized with numerous awards, including their 2006 Sustainability Award, 2007 Achievement of Carbon Neutral Company, 2012-2015 Sustainability at Work, 2012 Roaster of the Year Award, 2013 Good Food Awards, and Sustainable Harvest’s 2014 HarVee Award. If you’d like to learn more about Portland Roasting or get a behind the scenes look at their impressive operation, visit their Cupping Room weekdays from 7:30am-5:00pm. Or consider a Coffee Trail Passport for a free tour of Portland Roasting Coffee, as well as 10 other roasters and cafes around town. For more information visit oregoncoffeeboard.org.
PRESIDENT-ELECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy Rudd
The Cupping Room (503) 236-7378 340 SE 7th Ave., Portland, OR 97214 portlandroasting.com
VICE PRESIDENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Ellena Jerry Hudson Bill Hughes Dorie Vollum TREASURER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Douglas Lovett SECRETARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Katherine Frandsen MEMBERS: Melissa Babson Dr. John “Jack” Campbell Ann Carter Alan Davis Dede DeJager Kristen Dozono Mike Golub Judy Hummelt Gail Jubitz John Kodachi Michiko Kornhauser
Doug Macy Ed McVicker Thomas Mills Carol L. Otis, M.D. Travers Hill Polak Paul Schommer Brenda Smola-Foti Drake Snodgrass Dr. Calvin Tanabe Frances von Schlegell Susan Winkler
FOUNDATION BOARD BOARD PRESIDENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joshua Husbands VICE-PRESIDENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Fitz-Gerald TREASURER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dee Ross SECRETARY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dede DeJager MEMBERS: Trish Adams Jerry Hudson Douglas Lovett
James D. Lynch Sandy Mico Carmen Wong
THE GARDEN PATH EDITOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Christy [email protected]
GRAPHIC DESIGN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amy Livingstone
GOLDEN CRANE BRAND
THE GOLDEN CRANE SOCIETY GOLDEN CRANE S O C I E T Y
Cumulative giving to the Annual Fund from January 1, 2014 through February 28, 2015
ESCO Foundation Yoko Fukuta Lynne M. Hoffman Yoshiko Fudeya Hoffman Construction James F. & Marion L. Miller Juan Young Trust Foundation Gail & Fred Jubitz The Oregon Community SILVER CIRCLE Foundation PMS 548 PMS 8660 $25,000-$49,999 Dorothy Piacentini The Collins Foundation Franklin and Dorothy Piacentini Charitable Trust BRONZE CIRCLE Samuel T. & Mary K. Naito $10,000-$24,999 Foundation Anonymous (2) abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Arlene Schnitzer of the Harold Stephen & Melissa Babson and Arlene Schnitzer CARE ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Bamboo Sushi Foundation 1234567890 Bank of America Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine Mary Lee Boklund of the William G. Gilmore Foundation FOUNDER’S CIRCLE Gwyneth Gamble Booth $5,000-$9,999 The Calvin and Mayho Tanabe Anonymous (2) Charitable Fund of the Vanguard All Japan Koi Charitable Endowment Mora Chartrand & Linda Grant David S. Easly Charitable Trust Columbia Sportswear Alan S. Davis Constructive Form Architecture Delta Airlines and Design LLC
Mrs. Margueritte H. Drake Tom & Susan Hamman Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation The Jean Vollum Fund of the Vanguard Charitable Endowment Marge Riley Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Margueritte Hirschbuhl Drake Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Dinah & Robert McCall Esther Jantzen Moore NW Natural Gas Co. PGE Foundation Portland Timbers Wayne M. Quimby & Michael Roberts Quimby Trudy & Pat Ritz, Ritz Family Foundation Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust Jim & Cathy Rudd The Samuel S. Johnson Foundation Brenda Smola-Foti & Frank Foti Mr. Ernie Stoddard Alice Sumida Torii Mor Winery & Vineyard John & Susan Turner
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Larry & Dorie Vollum Neil Watanabe
The Autzen Foundation Anthony & Martha Belluschi Stephen Bloom & Michael Blankenship Diane & Joel Brauer Ibby Brooke Dr. & Mrs. John R. Campbell Candy Cassarno Dede & Joe DeJager F.A.O. Schwarz Family Foundation Flowerree Foundation Katherine & Mark Frandsen Geffen Mesher Jeffrey & Sandra Grubb Ron & Jenny Herman Michel & Vicki Hersen Mitchell Hobbs Dalton L. Hobbs Hank & Judy Hummelt Kay Kitagawa & Andy Johnson-Laird Peter J. Kendall Ross M. Lienhart, Edward Lienhart Family Foundation Doug & Theresa Lovett Kathleen & Curtis Marble Michael & Maryellen McCulloch Suzanne Storms Millis Thomas & Angela Mills Glenn & Widney Moore NACCO Materials Handling Group The Paramount Hotel Charles Putney Jack Rickli & John P. Dickson Susan Schnitzer & Greg Goodman James W. Skog The Standard Storms Family Foundation Susan Dee Schnitzer Family Fund THA Architecture Treecology, Inc. Walker Macy Robert Zagunis
Robert & Deborah Hogfoss Jerry & Ann Hudson William A. Hughes & Nancy L. Richmond Joshua & Kerstin Husbands Tatsuo Ito The Jackson Foundation Jane R. Kendall Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation The Jasmine Pearl Tea Company John & Janet Jay JEZ Foundation Jim Fisher Volvo Mr. Dennis C. Johnson Jerry Jones Fund of the So-Hum Foundation William David & Mary Jones Sherman B. & Jayn Kellar Mrs. Jane Kendall Caroline Kerl & Bill Lunch John A Kodachi, PC Hoichi Kurisu Yoshio & Nikki Kurosaki Kurosaki Family Fund of the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation Tom & Pat Landye Dorothy Lemelson Joyce & Stanley Loeb James D. Lynch J. Douglas Macy saRah Mahler Marilyn McIver Kelly & Steve McLeod Laura S. Meier Sandy & Greg Mico Mike Reed, GRI Linda Montgomery Verne & Aki Naito Helle V. Nathan Nathan Family Charitable Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Tom & Chris Neilsen Neilsen Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
Photo: Cedric Wiens
THE GOLDEN CRANE SOCIETY, CONTINUED
OMIC USA Carol L. Otis MD & Roger Goldingay Pacific Power Foundation PAE Engineers Travers & Vasek Polak David Pollock David & Shirley Pollock Portland Roasting Company Jean & Ralph Quinsey Dee Ross Sapporo Brewing USA Saturday Morning Flowers Paul Schommer Forrest & B.J. Simmons Steven H. Smith & Dennis C. Johnson Drake & Lynn Snodgrass So Hum Foundation Bonnie Stern Andree Stevens Julie & Peter Stott Erik & Cornelia Thomsen Rena & Cheryl Tonkin Frances & John von Schlegell Stuart Weitz & John Gustavsson Mr. & Mrs. James H. Winkler Junki Yoshida Yume Confections
TAKE YOUR SUPPORT OF THE GARDEN EVEN FURTHER Join our Golden Crane Society by donating $1,500 or more and gain exclusive access to exhibition opening receptions, private dinners and tours, early reservations, and more. Your donation provides essential support for the Garden and its cultural, artistic, and educational programs. Call (503) 595-5225 to receive more information about our Golden Crane Society.
GOLDEN CRANE LEGACY MEMBERS
Anonymous (3) Sheryl Acheson Trish & Joe Adams Susan & Dean N. Alterman Thomas P. Anderson & Jack B. Blumberg Jean & Ray Auel Robert Aughenbaugh Bruce & Cindy Brenn Ibby Brooke Richard Louis Brown & Thomas Mark Worth & Barbara Caldwell Linda Campbell Capital Pacific Bank Ann Carter & Tom Palmer Chado Urasenke Portland Dokokai Chef Naoko Citi Lites Builders Inc. John & Kathryn Cochran Columbia Grain, Inc. William Cook & Gwil Evans Anne & James F. Crumpacker David E. and Mary C. Becker Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Devil’s Food Catering Drake’s 7 Dees Dr. Mark Edge & Dr. Ken Mims Mark & Ann Edlen & Family Michael & Janet Ellena Wayne R. & Sandra F. Ericksen Exxon Mobil Foundation Mary E. Fellows & John W. Russell Ferguson Wellman Capital Management Susan & Greg Fitz-Gerald Jerry & Barbara Giesy Glass City Fund of Horizons Foundation Grain Importers Association Greenline Fine Woodworking Bruce Guenther & Eduardo A. Vides, M.D. John Hall & Margaret Chula James P. Hansen Jennifer Hartnett & Liza Yore Andrew & Cynthia Haruyama Jay A. Henry Margaret & Roger Hinshaw
Golden Crane Legacy Members have named the Garden as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift. We are grateful to the following people for letting us know of their plans to support the Garden in this thoughtful way.
We are grateful to the following individuals and families for their generous estate/bequest gifts previously received by the Garden:
Anonymous (2) Carole Beauclerk Barbara Bell Diane Benjamin Melanie Billings-Yun Stephen Bloom & Michael Blankenship Carla Caesar & Nora King Mora Chartrand & Linda Grant
Nancy B. Beamer Clarence Bobbe Stanley W. Greenhalgh Ms. Anne Hinds Noel Jordan James J. Kesler Duke Mankertz Ms. Beverly Merrill Jeaneatta Sautter Stanley L. Davis Trust Toya Family Trust: George, Sonoya, Georgene, and Evelyn
Margueritte Hirschlbuhl Drake Elaine West Durst Bill Findlay Yoko Fukuta Ms. Susan Halton Ron & Jenny Herman Al Horn Jerry & Ann Hudson Mary Kay Johnson Elizabeth M. King John & Lisa Lehman
David L. Mitchell & Judith L. Bradley Wayne M. Quimby & Michael Roberts Quimby W. Curtis Schade & Jacquie Siewert-Schade Mr. Ernie Stoddard John & Ann Symons Ms. Carmen Wong
If you would like to include the Garden in your estate plans, or if you have already done so and would allow us to list you as a Legacy Member, please contact Allie Rangel at (503) 542-0281 or [email protected]
TRIBUTE GIFTS & DONATIONS MEMORIALS AND HONORARIA In Honor of Doyle Forister Sara E. Perry
In Memory of Mrs. Hozumi Austin Nona Kliewer
In Memory of David Easly Judith Lauterstein
In Memory of David Hake Kathleen Kuba
In Memory of Peter Sargent Mr. & Mrs. Joe Labadie
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Anonymous (3) Garnet L. Ascher Alexander Baranov Catherine Bell Anthony & Martha Belluschi Keith Berglund William Betak Barbara Bonnice James Bosket Jonathan Brandt Gary Brockway Daniel & Andrea W. Brown Caty Buckley Mitchell Burghart & Yvonne Alderman Gretchen Carnaby Dr. Ted & Marilyn Depew
January 1, 2015 through February 28, 2015 William & Barbara H. Duerden James & Diana Faville Joseph Ferguson Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program Peter Freedman Michelle Gagen Lisa Gunion-Rinker Janet Heineck Harold M. Hurwitz Allan Karsk Lisa Pfaffinger Al & Judy Kenning Angela & Matthew Kilman Sharon Kuehn Roger & Katherine Lintault Isabel McDonald Jill McLean
Gregory McLean Prudence Miller Caye Nollette Oregon Decorative Rock, Inc. Judith Posey Leslie C. & Wallace L. Rainey Jerry V. Reynolds Richard Rosenberg Dr. Patricia Sacks & Mr. Harvey Kushner Ms. Maxine Selling Alan & Gwen Shusterman Dr. Rick Simpson Gayle & Lois Strickler Arunee Suengsumpathan Carolyn Berry Wilson & David Wilson Work for Art
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