A collection of photographs by Steve Anderson will be on display in Yachats from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 3, 4 and 5. The exhibit is called “Surruralism,” featuring surreal photographs in a rural setting. Anderson says his work is about “exploring dreams, nature, randomness, birth, life, death and other worlds.” Everything in his photographs is seen through the viewfinder — there is no manipulation of the images. Anderson’s work is influenced by painters/paintings and various art movements. The exhibit will be on display in the pavilion behind the Yachats Commons, located at 441 Highway 101 N. For more information about Anderson’s photos, go online at

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