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Ryan Moon and Insurance Lounge Team Up For CASA Benefit

Image of Shipwrecks and Storm Clouds, painting of a man with a dark abstract background by Ryan Moon

“Shipwrecks and Storm Clouds,” painting by Ryan Moon

Many of Ryan Moon’s paintings focus on one person or object, but the background bears an array of natural colors, like browns, greys and blues, that heighten whatever or whoever is the center of the piece. And in this particular gallery event, on July 29 at the Insurance Lounge in Medford, Moon’s work that is often focused on one person, will help many. The event will benefit CASA—Court Appointed Special Advocates—an organization of volunteers who are matched with neglected and abused children in the justice system and investigate their cases and represent them in court in Jackson County, with the goal of finding a safe, permanent home for each child. Moon hopes viewers will be affected by the authenticity and rawness of his work.

Twenty four original paintings by Moon will be shown, revealing his naturalistic style that blends abstract with realism.

“Really, it’s a lot of exposure for me, but it’s a lot of exposure for CASA,” Moon says.

The event will have wineries, breweries, distilleries, food trucks, and will feature DJ Hope. The building across the way from the Insurance Lounge will also be a part of the event, showing more of Moon’s original and reprinted work that will be for sale. Along with all this, a six foot painting for CASA will be unveiled and auctioned at the event as well.

“It’s showcasing my diversity and what I can paint,” he says. “I mostly paint portrait work, so for me to move outside of that and do figure work or maybe a little bit of landscape or still life, whatever it may be. There’s a lot of pressure to perform.”

Pressure isn’t anything new to Moon, however. Teaching at Southern Oregon Art Academy for six years, he had to constantly meet a standard of work his students could learn from.

Something Moon is very sensitive to is not forgetting why he is doing this, because he loves to paint.

“I always just painted to paint,” he says. “What I’m trying to do with that abstract aspect of it is to bring something that’s recognizable. And once you realize that the whole world is abstract it’s just that we recognize certain bits and pieces of it.”

 

Ryan Moon Gallery Event

Friday, July 29, 4 pm – 7:30 pm

Insurance Lounge, 625 Medford Center, Medford

Free

This post originally appeared at the Rogue Valley Messenger

Eyes to Burma Benefit Concert

FOR EYES TO BURMA: A “SOUL-FULL” BENEFIT CONCERT

Featuring recent NY Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Jeff Pevar, Inger Nova Jorgensen, & LOVEBITE

Eyes to Burma and LOVEBITE are pleased to announce a benefit concert to raise funds for ETB’s projects in Mae Sot, Thailand.

 

Eyes to Burma Benefit Concert, Featuring LoveBite“The work that Eyes to Burma does is profound, an immeasurable act of kindness that goes beyond the call of everyday humans in this chaotic world. Fred Stockwell and Eyes to Burma are directly helping people to live better and expand their lives in a way that is making a true difference, we applaud and support their efforts with enthusiasm.”

– Jeff Pevar and Inger Jorgensen

 

This concert is an important collaboration for Eyes to Burma and the band, a result of the strong ties between the direct aid non-profit and the Ashland community. Ashland is the heart of Eyes to Burma, with locals funding more than half of its budget. Founder Fred Stockwell returns to the area annually to share progress with supporters as well as stories of the Burmese community members’ trials and triumphs. Fred will speak at noon on Sunday Sept 18 at the Unitarian Center to share the most recent project updates in a free presentation open to the community.

Flyer for Eyes to Burma Q&A with Fred Stockwell, September 18, 2016Guitarist Jeff Pevar and vocalist Inger Jorgensen have been aware of Eyes to Burma over the years, and decided they wanted to help by using their music to raise awareness and funds. Jeff and Inger will be opening with a duet, followed by original music and select covers performed by LOVEBITE.

Jeff Pevar will be performing for the Ray Charles Ultimate Tribute in August at the Hollywood Bowl, and directly following the benefit concert for ETB, Pevar will be performing in California at the Monterey Jazz Festival with Maceo Parker, Christian McBride, Phillip Bailey and members of the original Ray Charles Orchestra including Jeff and friend, Morris Pleasure (Ray Charles, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Michael Jackson).

Eyes to Burma is a community-based, non-profit that works daily with a vibrant community of Burmese migrant workers and economic refugees on the Thai/Myanmar border. The funds raised by this Ashland event and the organization’s online crowd-funding efforts will support ETB’s continued success with its education, basic health, transportation, and emergency assistance projects. ETB was founded by Ashlander Fred Stockwell with help from volunteers who formed its Board of Directors and established it as a 501(c)(3) public charity.

Image showing members of the band LoveBite

LOVEBITE includes guitarist Jeff Pevar (Crosby, Stills & Nash, Ray Charles, Marc Cohn, Rickie Lee Jones, David Foster, Bette Midler, Joe Cocker, & many more) along with Soul, R&B & Rock vocalist Inger Nova Jorgensen, 10-year veteran “Blue Man Group” drummer Matthew Kriemelman, celebrated guitarist Paul Turnipseed, and Funk/Rock bassist Jacob Ackerman.

 

Jeff and Inger are available for interviews regarding their careers and interest in supporting Eyes to Burma. Email: [email protected]

 

 

Tickets:

 

http://eyestoburmagiving.org/benefit-concert/
Also available at The Music Coop and Hilltop Music Store, Ashland

 

 

Eyes to Burma Links:

 

www.eyestoburma.org

www.eyestoburmagiving.org

www.facebook.com/EyesToBurma

 

 

LOVEBITE Links:

 

Jeff Pevar’s Website: http://pevar.com

LOVEBITE Website: https://www.reverbnation.com/LOVEBITEMUSIC

LOVEBITE Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/lovebiterocks/?fref=ts

 

 

Benefit Concert Event Pages:

https://www.eyestoburmagiving.org/benefit-concert/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1659753900952651/

 

Celebrating Summer with LightGarden Glass Art

1086 Washburn                            July 2016
Medford, OR                                   Tues-Fri 10-5pm
www.lightgarden.net                     Sat  10-1p
(541) 779-0272                                 Closed:  Sun & Mon.

 
Flowers of Hope
Artist’s Reception
will be held at
Art Presence
this year
 
This has been a great year for Flowers of Hope!
We’ve had many people, including large groups, come in and make these beautiful panels for women with breast cancer.
 
All of the panels will be on display at
Art Presence
September 23-25      11-5pm
Flowers of Hope
 Artist’s Reception
 1-4pm on Saturday the 24th.
 
 
A big THANK YOU to everyone who has contributed! 
 
 Last year we broke another record
and I’m confident that we can do it again this year
but we’re not there yet!

 

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer!

It’s been very busy around here with a show at Valley View Vineyard, Taste of Summer, “Celebrate” at Art Presence, the awesomely successful yard sale, and a couple of fun commissions.

One commission was for Westminster Presbyterian Church here in Medford.  They wanted two large bowls for the baptismal font in their church. Pastor Barnabas Sprinkle met with me and liked the colors in a set of coasters I had made….and we went from there.

Another adventure I got involved with this year is doing a piece for the Oregon Wine Experience “Art on the Wall”. Proceeds go to benefit Children’s Miracle Network.   Canvases are given out to local artists and then auctioned off at the event.  I haven’t really painted with acrylics in over 20 years but I made a fused glass tile for the center of the canvas then painted the border.  Rules say it can be any kind of art as long as it’s attached to the canvas.

So, yes I know, summer is a busy time.
I have some great ideas for classes
and workshops coming up soon!

You can still come in and make Flowers of Hope panels,
Try Fusing!
or other projects during our

Wednesday and Saturday workshops
from10-12N.

ENJOY YOUR SUMMER

IT’S GOING FAST!


 

It is that time of year when we schedule fewer classes.  Summer is such a busy time.  I know, it’s hard to fit it all in.  It goes so fast!  It is also a time when I have the opportunity to go out and promote our glass studio so that we can continue to bring you new classes and techniques.

 

We will continue to do our Flowers of Hope, Try Fusing! (OUR NEW PAINTING WORKSHOPS!) and open workshops on most regularly scheduled days.  You can always go to the website to see if there is a workshop scheduled.  If we have special events they will be listed.  

 

calendar schedule

 

 

Most of our easier classes such as Dichroic Jewelry, Table Lamps, Cabinet Knobs and Fused Glass Switchplates can be scheduled during workshop time as well as the dragonfly, butterfly and daisy dish casting forms.  Please email or call for availability. 

 

 

 

 

 FLOWERS OF HOPE Workshop

Even if you’ve never done any glass fusing before you can make an 8″ x 8″ fused panel to donate to Flowers of Hope.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
$15 buys you a base piece of glass, access to all frits, stringers and scrap glass, hanging hardware and firing. Come in and try your hand at fusing and find out how easy and fun it can be. You’ll also be doing a wonderful thing for a woman going through a tough time.

 

TRY FUSING!

 The same class only you get to keep it! Try fusing and see if you like it! Learn about using frits, stringers and noodles in this easy workshop!
$20
FLOWERS OF HOPE / TRY FUSING! workshops are available during any regularly scheduled Wednesday or Saturday morning  10a-12p Workshop

 
        Please call or email to reserve your space!
 

Need a Kiln?  Rent one of ours!

 

Bring in your fused work and we will fire it for you!

 

Projects small enough to fit on a 7″ shelf:              $   5.00

One or more projects on a 13″ round shelf:                8.00

Fuse + Slump on 13″ shelf:                                         12.00

Projects on a 20″ shelf:                                                11.00

Fused + Slump on a 20″ shelf:                                    14.00

Long Bubble Squeeze  add                                            3.00

 

  

 Morning Workshops:

 

Come join our morning workshops on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 10a – Noon.  Use our tools and workshop space.  $10 for 2 hours!  Call to reserve your space.  You can do a Flowers of Hope panel during any of our workshops…or a “Try Fusing” panel to get you started in fusing.  You can also schedule bigger projects.  Contact us for more information.

LightGarden Glass Art, 1086 Washburn Lane, Medford, OR 97501-2000

June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery

Rogue Gallery and Art Center logo

June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery

3rd Friday Reception This Friday, June 17, 5-8 pm

IN THE MAIN GALLERY
June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery: Blending Poetry and Cloth quilt show

BLENDING POETRY & CLOTH
Studio Art Quilt Associates

June 3 – July 29, 2016

Reception: Friday, June 17, 5–8 pm

This exciting fiber exhibit features thirty-eight juried quilts from the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) of the Oregon Region. SAQA member artists use color, texture and motion to blend poetic expression into intricate cloth creations. SAQA began in 1989 to represent fiber artists and to further quilting as an art form.

Sponsored by:

June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery : Sierra Fox, woodblock print by Melinda Whipplesmith Plank

Melinda Whipplesmith Plank, Sierra Fox, woodblock print

people's bank of commerce

IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Melinda Whipplesmith Plank:
State of Jefferson Impressions of Glacier

June 4 – June 30, 2016

Reception Date:Friday, June 17, 5–8 pm

Woodblock prints by Northern California artist, Melinda Whipplesmith Plank. This artist captures the natural beauty of the State of Jefferson in woodblocks featuring rich colors and textures together with energetic lines.

More June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery

Make Art this Summer!

June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery : summer art camp for youth

 

 

Printmaking Extravaganza, June 28-July 1

For a list of all the camps with their descriptions
visit
 http://roguegallery.org/art_kids.html

Register here>>

Rogue Studio Life Drawing Sessions start this month!

lifedrawing

 

 

Tuesdays, 6-8:30pm
June 21-July 26

Drop-in rate for one session is $10 or sign up for all six sessions for just $45.

Register here>>

For more adult art classes, visit http://roguegallery.org/adult_classes.html

SAVE THE DATE
June 2016 Announcements from Rogue Gallery : Save the date for Rogue Gallery & Art Center's 2016 Auction

Spend a great night with friends enjoying delicious food and wine while supporting the gallery! Our annual fall benefit auction is our largest and most important fundraiser of the year. Check out photos from last year’s auction HERE

Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s 2016 Auction

Le Moulin Rogue

Saturday, September 24, 2016
RoxyAnn Winery
3285 Hillcrest Road, Medford
5:00 pm

Silent Auction & Cocktail Hour
followed byDinner & Live Auction

Dinner prepared by Jacksonville Inn
Serving RoxyAnn Wine
$65 Per Person

Tickets available HERE

ROGUE GALLERY CALLS TO ARTISTS

Rogue Gallery has extended the submission deadline for our 2017 Community Gallery and Berryman Gallery exhibit series! Priority will be given to those who submitted by June 14, 2016. The new deadline for submissions for both galleries is now July 9, 2016. Click here: http://www.roguegallery.org/calls_to_artists.html  for complete guidelines.

Interested in participating in the members’ exhibit “Celebrating 70 Years of Abstract Expressionism”… Drop-off is June 30, July 1 or 2 during gallery hours. See our calls to artists HERE>> for details.

SUPPORT ROGUE GALLERY WHILE YOU SHOP

Thanks for choosing Rogue Gallery as your NonProfit Organization for your Fred Meyer’s Rewards Card. In June, Fred Meyer sent out email requests to all Community Rewards members to re-link their cards to their favorite nonprofit organization. All you have to do is link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards and select Non Profit Organization 88154 (Rogue Gallery & Art Center) as your organization. Then each time you use your Fred Meyer Rewards Card you will be helping us earn a donation from Fred Meyer, at no extra charge to you!

Shop Amazon? Support the Rogue Gallery while you shop on-line at Amazon. Simply shop through smile.amazon.com and  select Rogue Valley Art Association (DBA Rogue Gallery & Art Center) as your organization. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible Amazon purchase to us, at no extra charge to you! Find out more here: smile.amazon.com

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Carol Rose Art Exhibit to Benefit CATS

Carol Rose Art Exhibit to Benefit CATS: Art Du Jour gallery logoCarol Rose Art Exhibit to Benefit CATS

Art du Jour Gallery and Committed Alliance to Strays (CATS), located at 104 N. Ross Lane in  Medford, have teamed up to present a special exhibit of abstract artwork by the late Carol Rose. The Carol Rose art exhibit to benefit CATS will be on display for the month of June 2016.  Mrs. Rose was a talented painter and longtime art teacher at Crater High and other local schools.  Her other great passion was rescuing stray cats.  In this endeavor Mrs. Rose was aided for years by CATS, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding good homes for strays and providing a loving home for cats until they are adopted.

The shelter runs strictly on donations and fundraisers.  The facility has been struggling to keep its doors open with reduced budgets and a lagging economy.  In honor of Mrs. Rose’s nurturing dedication to helping stray cats, her husband, Bill Rose, donated more than 100 of her paintings to the C.A.T.S. organization, eleven of which are now on display at Art du Jour Gallery.  Seventy-five percent of the sales of the artwork will directly benefit the C.A.T.S. non-profit facility.

Visit Art du Jour Gallery at 213 E. Main Street in Medford during June to view this special benefit exhibit.  Hours are 10-4, Tuesday through Saturday, and 5-8 p.m. on Friday, June 17th.  (541) 770-3190.

Announcements from Light Garden Glass Art

For anyone I told we were having a yard sale this weekend, I have cancelled due to rain.
I have rescheduled for June 10th & 11th
depending on weather.
 
Glass Racks
Finished Stained Glass
Clear textured, stained glass cut offs
Seconds, Trial Pieces, things that have been here too long….who knows what will hit the tables?!
(also household overstock!)
 
Too much stuff!
 
Need to make some room for more cool product!

 
On May 11th Spectrum Glass
announced that they are stopping
production of all art glass at the end of June.
 
As they are one of the largest art glass
manufacturers in the United States so this is
troubling to say the least.
 
We rely heavily on Spectrum glass.  It accounts for about 85% of our glass inventory, including System 96 for fusing.
 
Uroboros has stepped up and agreed to continue producing the System 96 line.  They have been partners with Spectrum 96 from the beginning and already make a considerable amount of their colors.
 
This is the latest from Uroboros this morning
 on what they can and can’t do.
 
 
 
The new
are a big hit!
 
Lots of blendable colors, outlines
and bubble art!
 
Almost as easy as coloring!
 
 Introductory Offer
 
Come in a paint a
6″ x 6″ square for
 
$12
up to 8 colors of your choice
includes firing
 
 
Available during Wednesday and Saturday morning workshops
Call or email to reserve your space.
 

 

 
 
  
This is Diane’s first attempt at glass painting.
Fuchsia painted on clear glass
and fused on pink streaky.
..
Great job, Diane!
 

It is getting to be that time of year when we schedule fewer classes.  Summer is such a busy time.  I know, it’s hard to fit it all in.  It goes so fast!  It is also a time when I have the opportunity to go out and promote our glass studio so that we can continue to bring you new classes and techniques.

 

We will continue to do our Flowers of Hope, Try Fusing! (OUR NEW PAINTING WORKSHOPS!) and open workshops on most regularly scheduled days.  You can always go to the website to see if there is a workshop scheduled.  If we have special events they will be listed.  

calendar schedule

Most of our easier classes such as Dichroic Jewelry, Table Lamps, Cabinet Knobs and Fused Glass Switchplates can be scheduled during workshop time as well as the dragonfly, butterfly and daisy dish casting forms.  Please email or call for availability. 

 

 FLOWERS OF HOPE Workshop

Even if you’ve never done any glass fusing before you can make an 8″ x 8″ fused panel to donate to Flowers of Hope.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
$15 buys you a base piece of glass, access to all frits, stringers and scrap glass, hanging hardware and firing. Come in and try your hand at fusing and find out how easy and fun it can be. You’ll also be doing a wonderful thing for a woman going through a tough time.

 

TRY FUSING!

 The same class only you get to keep it! Try fusing and see if you like it! Learn about using frits, stringers and noodles in this easy workshop!
$20
FLOWERS OF HOPE / TRY FUSING! workshops are available during any regularly scheduled Wednesday or Saturday morning  10a-12p Workshop

 
        Please call or email to reserve your space!
 

Need a Kiln?  Rent one of ours!

 

Bring in your fused work and we will fire it for you!

 

Projects small enough to fit on a 7″ shelf:              $   5.00

One or more projects on a 13″ round shelf:                8.00

Fuse + Slump on 13″ shelf:                                         12.00

Projects on a 20″ shelf:                                                11.00

Fused + Slump on a 20″ shelf:                                    14.00

Long Bubble Squeeze  add                                            3.00

 

  

 Morning Workshops:

Come join our morning workshops on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 10a – Noon.  Use our tools and workshop space.  $10 for 2 hours!  Call to reserve your space.  You can do a Flowers of Hope panel during any of our workshops…or a “Try Fusing” panel to get you started in fusing.  You can also schedule bigger projects.  Contact us for more information.

LightGarden Glass Art, 1086 Washburn Lane, Medford, OR 97501-2000

Eyes to Burma Benefit Art Reception

 

Eyes to Burma, drawing by Moe Moe

Eyes to Burma

Assisting the vibrant community of Burmese migrant workers and economic refugees who live and work at and around a rubbish dump in Mae Sot, Thailand

You’re Invited!

Gabriel Mark Lipper ETB benefit invitation

Gabriel Mark Lipper
Art Reception
to Benefit Eyes to Burma

Modern Fan Studio
705 Washington Street 
Ashland, OR

Wednesday, October 7, from 6 – 8 pm

Free event

“They are us. We are them. All part of the human family.”

View large-scale fine art portraits by Gabriel Mark Lipper
that ask us to question our assumptions about
worth, value, and human connection.

Mr. Stockwell and Ms. Lewis will share updates
about ETB projects and progress from Mae Sot.

Nibbles provided by local grocery stores.

Wine provided by Linda Donovan Wines.

We’ll see you there at this special collaboration that
features beautiful art by the incredible Gabriel Lipper and
a presentation about Eyes to Burma’s vital humanitarian projects,
as well as lessons learned from the community and their progress.

Questions? Email [email protected]

LightGarden's Flowers of Hope A Success!

 

Light Garden Glass Art Banner

1086 Washburn                            September 2015
Medford, OR                                   Tues-Fri 10-5pm
www.lightgarden.net                     Sat  10-1p
(541) 779-0272                                 Closed:  Sun & Mon.

Val Dann’s
 abstract bouquet 
won by a big margin
in our popular vote!
People's Choice Winner at the LightGarden Glass Art Flowers of Hope 2015 reception!
 
Congratulations, Val!
 
You won a $50 gift certificate
to
LightGarden Glass Art!

Best Flowers of Hope

Artists’ Reception EVER!

 
Thank you to Traute Moore, Porscha Schiller and all of the wonderful people at South Stage Cellars for making this the best reception ever!
 
The biggest
THANK YOU
goes to all the wonderful artists that helped us make
115 panels
this year!
 
Ginny Nosal came all the way from Klamath Falls almost every month to make 10 panels
Diane Kobal made 7 panels
Barbara Kelberlau made 6 panels
Melanie Dines made 4 panels
 
and a
BIG FAT APOLOGY
for saying no men contributed!
(I was running on serious lack of sleep)
 
Steve (age 7) made 1 panel
(even though he really doesn’t like art)
Kevin Smith made 1 panel
Cole Smith made 1 panel
Mitch Sherman made 1 panel
 
so ok…111 made by women
4 made by men.
 
So we could even that out a little next year?
(still a challenge to you guys!!)
 
or how about this challenge?
 
Everyone that made one this year…
next year bring a friend and see how many we
can collect!
 

Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation Benefit

The Cosmos Room (formerly Applegate Room)
at the Ashland Hills Hotel and Suites – the place to be!
 Thurs., Sept. 24th for the Masterpiece Benefit Evening
Brian Jekel art
Healing the Blind Man by Brian Jekel
benefiting the programs and projects of
Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation
as it Visually Communicates Christ to Culture through Fine Art
Gallery of Appetizers and Desserts, Art Exhibit, Silent auction, “Minis and More” Art Sale, Membership Launch and the newest updates of the proposed Magna Deo project
6:30 p.m.
$30 per guest or $240 table host of 8
Buy Tickets online here until Sept. 16th
or mail your check to MCFAF by Sept. 16th. 17575 Hwy 66. Ashland. OR. 97520
Ashland Hill Hotel and Suites
2525 Ashland St. (Hwy. 66) Ashland, Oregon. Just east of Hwy. 5
Questions: [email protected] or call 541-601-7496
Reflections on 2015 Conferences and Workshops
From Artists to Artists
As many of you know, for a decade now, Masterpiece has had an ongoing mission to train up emerging artists to the glory of God through its conferences and workshops.  My name is Jennifer, and I’ve been a participant in the Christian Artist Conferences and other events hosted by Masterpiece Christian Fine Art Foundation since I was in my senior year of high school. Nearly ten years later, I can definitely say this organization has been a huge part of my personal growth and development both as an artist and as a believer in Christ.                     Jennifer – Central Point, Oregon
“God has been greatly magnified in me since the workshop. I have learned who I am in Christ and it has changed my walk with Him. Seeing miracles happen!”
Ellen – Pensacola, Florida

“It’s one thing to study with great artists.  You learn a lot of fantastic skills and insights ..and all that which is very valuable.  But there’s something that goes beyond it and that’s something I was starving for even just in our church community…what’s the reason for my life?.  I have a calling now more than ever to do it to see what God can do through me and that’s something I’ve never had before. ”    Kenneth – Medford, Oregon

And more at our Facebook site for artists
Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts Foundation 
[email protected]
541-601-7496 | www.mcfineartsfoundation.org

Art For A Cause

We are looking for more artists to participate. They do need to be there that day, but can work in teams. Plein air painters and artisans who would like to craft while they sell are welcome!!
Art For A Cause poster 2015