Visit me in my home studio during the first annual Ashland Gallery Association Open Studio Tour this weekend! This free event on October 11th and 12th from 11am to 5pm, offers a glimpse into the private creative spaces of 28 artists in Ashland, Talent and Phoenix, OR, working in different media. Maps for the tour are available at all Ashland galleries. For more information about the event, visit www.ashlandost.com.
Visitors are eligible to enter a drawing to win either two (2) tickets to the 2015 A Taste of Ashland art, food & wine event or $100 towards the purchase of local art at participating galleries.
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Christmas is perhaps the most widely embraced, lovingly anticipated and celebrated annual event for many families in Oregon. In the grand tradition of holiday merriment, the Art’Clectic Local Artisans Group has created a “Pop-Up” event with 12 local artisans, offering an “Authentically Oregon” mix of fine artisan made items including Fine Art, Hand woven Textiles, Quilts, Furniture, and more. There will be a special table with low cost items where children can shop for presents for Mom & Dad (and stay within a small budget). The group will also offer stylish gift wrapping to personalize presents with simple, beautiful papers and ribbon.
The Art’Clectic Artisans Market will be held during the Victorian Christmas Weekends:
Where: 175 S. Oregon Street (IOOF #10)
When: December 5-7th, December 12-14th, December 19-21st.
Time: Fridays from 4-8pm, Saturday & Sundays from 10-6pm.
The Art’Clectic Artisans Group started as a social gathering, meeting once a month at the home of one of the artists. The ongoing meetings are an opportunity to freely discuss changes in the artist community and art market place, upcoming art events, and personal news about family and friends. Artisans include:
- Patrick Beste – Watercolorist
- Roberta Coakley-Vargas– Mixed Media Artist
- Sheri Croy – Mixed Media Decoupage Artist
- Susan Frank – Pastel Artist
- Carol Laenen – Textile Artist
- Tony Laenen – Watercolor/Acrylic Artist
- Vivian McAleavey – Photographer
- Tom Ommen – Photographer
- Lisa St. Arnold – Local Furniture Artisan
- Zoe West – Encaustic Artist
- Char Wirfs – Textile Artist
- Walt Wirfs – Oil Painter & Graphite Artist
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the fluid that flows like blood in the veins of the gods.
Portrait of Willy, watercolor painting by Eugenia Talbott,
Talbott Studios, Talent, Oregon
I hope your summer has been a good one and that you are settling into the fall season. This summer has been a busy one for me as I recovered from neck surgery and finally returned to my studio after a long absence.
Should you need early bird Christmas or holiday gifts, I’m offering a 25% discount, plus handling and shipping, on all my prints – paper or canvas.
If you decide you would like to order a print, be sure to let me know by September 20th so I have time to take care of your order. My Baby Sis is getting married and I must be there to help her on her big day, plus celebrate with my son Talbott and his wife the birth of twin granddaughters!
Please go to my website to see my new selections. http://www.talbottstudios.com/
For your convenience I take Visa, Master Card, American Express, personal checks, and always welcome cash.
Best wishes to everyone, Genie
My show of shelter animal paintings opens on First Friday in Ashland at Art & Soul Gallery! All of the paintings are of animals from the county shelter, Sanctuary One and Equamore Horse Sanctuary. Stop in and see me at Art & Soul Gallery from 5-8 on Friday, September 5th. Belle Fiore will be on-site doing wine tasting, and Jennifer Joss will be playing guitar. Hope to see you there!
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The Vines, watercolor by Sue_Bennett
Please join us at South Stage Cellars as we celebrate the creativity of artists
Steve Bennett & Sue Bennett
with works in
Oil * Pastel * Watercolor
Reception: Saturday, September 20 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM
Enjoy an evening of ART * WINE * MUSIC
Sue Bennett is a classically trained artist who paints to express beauty. “My intent is to capture the heart of the subject and I get completely caught up in it.” Sue taught art for many years in classes and workshops in several states and Canada. Her paintings have been included in over 45 exhibits around the nation. She works most frequently in transparent watercolor, however she also enjoys opaque watermedia and pastel and has recently returned to oils.
Hueners Hill Vineyard, Pastel by Steve Bennett
Steve Bennett started painting and drawing when he was in kindergarten. He quit art that same year. He did enjoy art via the view finder of his camera.After many years of photography, Sue encouraged him to join her in painting. He took the chance. Steve enjoys drawing and painting outdoors subject matter the best. He mostly paints with pastels and watercolor. “It is fun to have a new area of life unfold for me each day.” When Steve is not painting, Sue and Steve have an art seminar business that takes them and other artists to many beautiful places in the world to paint, and photograph.
Rogue Valley Vineyard, Oil painting by Sue Bennett
“Art has kept me enthralled for 40 years. I studied for 10 years in college classes and national workshops. Drawing led to basic design, which led to oil painting, which led to printmaking, which led to watercolor, and back to oil. Along the way I taught classes and organized workshops across the U.S. and Europe for 25 years; art opened up the world for me. My paintings are portrayed with simplicity of shape and rich color. I get very involved with the medium, and paint to express beauty, mood and heart—to take the viewer to a place of refreshment. I am emotionally caught up from start to finish and like it best when I am slightly surprised by the end result.” ~ Sue Bennett
See more of this talented couple’s work at their website, Oregon Street Gallery, and find all their links and contact information in Sue’s listing at soartists.com.
Show runs from September 20 to October 29
SOUTH STAGE CELLARS
125 S 3rd Street, Jacksonville
While you are in Jacksonville, see more of Sue Bennett’s paintings in the Naverson Room of the Jacksonville Library! This show begins September 17 and runs through December 17.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Stefan Baumann or Kris Baxter
Image of Stefan Baumann (2314 x 1878 .jpg file)
ORLAND, California (September 5, 2014) Local artist Stefan Baumann introduces a collection of 50 of his oil paintings in a show titled, Reverence: An Artist’s Tribute to Nature at the Orland Art Center in Orland, CA at an Artist’s Reception on September 5, 2014 from 3pm to 7pm. The public is invited to attend the festivities and meet the artist. Stefan Baumann’s show will run from September 1 – 26, 2014, and the Gallery is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1pm to 7pm.
Stefan Baumann is a gifted award-winning artist and art instructor who offers oil painting classes in Redding, Mt. Shasta, Medford and San Jose. He also has a PBS painting show called “The Grand View” that can be seen locally on Saturdays on KIXE Create TV. He offers a free eBook containing his artwork and articles about painting on his website at www.stefanbauman.com.
The Grand View Studio is located near Mt. Shasta, California 96094. For more information about Stefan Baumann’s exhibitions, classes, programs, and workshops, please call 800.511.1337 or visit www.stefanbaumann.com or call Kris Baxter at 530-925-0034 or email her at email@example.com.
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