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1859 Oregon's Magazine  

Winter 2012
1859 Oregon's Magazine
Featured Article

Sorcha Meek balances on a paint splattered stool in front of a drafting table. On it are small aluminum tubes of oils, cups of thin paint brushes, dried and flattened tea bags, waiting to be prepped... click to see full article >>

Sacramento Bee  

August 7, 2009
Featured Article

There are several strong photographs in the show...the most intriguing is "Lovers in the Park," a shot of long tubular forms resembling giant banded snakes coupling on a park bench, by Sorcha Meek of Hood River, Ore.— read more >>

HR News  

July 29, 2009
Hood River News
Women in Business

Hood River artist Sorcha Meek’s work “Lovers in the Park” has been accepted into a national juried show, and will be displayedin August at Axis Gallery in Sacramento,Calif This year’s juror was Janet Bishop, curator from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.— read more >>

Hood River News  

July 4, 2009
Hood River News
Cover Story

For Sorcha Meek and Lars Bergstrom, three simple words reflect an ocean of meaning in the stories of their lives. Water is Life. And in the spirit of that notion, the two Hood River residents are combining their very different styles of art for a summer show — read more >>


March 15, 2006
Hood River News
Kaleidoscope Feature

Sorcha Meek’s career as an Artist is on a comfortably upward trajectory. The opening this winter of her studio-gallery, Solo, on Cascade Avenue is a sure indication of that. Yet Meek, ever humble, ever gracious, stresses that her latest venture is just the next stop on her journey through Art, parenthood, family, life — read more >>

  Winter 2006
Artisan Northwest Magazine
"Greener Pastures": Twelve artists go down to the farm for inspiration.

Sorcha Meek, painter-printmaker from Hood River, Oregon, also departed from the familiar to create paintings, sewn with horsehair to gessoed onion sacks, depicting Rod and Lana Frahm's thousand-acre onion and beet farm on the Snake River near Ontario, Oregon. — read more >>

Summer 2005
Gorge Living Magazine
Featured Article

Sorcha Meek, speaking softly with a poetic flow in her words tells me the Philosopher Kant said, “Art is about revealing what is already there. The role of the artist is to make sense of it”. Flashing eyes soften and change as memories of the sudden, unexpected loss of her father-in-law, John, are shared — read more >>

Sorcha Meek