Rogue Gallery & Art Center receives a grant from Fred W. Fields Fund and Butch & Richard Fraley Charitable Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the recipient of an $11,500 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to fund their Elementary Arts Outreach Program Expansion. The Elementary Arts Outreach Program will benefit seven fifth grade classes from Jackson, Kennedy, Wilson and Washington Elementary Schools throughout the 2013-2014 school year with visual arts education including classroom visits by an artist educator and field trips to the Rogue Gallery & Art Center.
The Program began five years ago with one fifth grade class at Jackson Elementary in response to the lack of formal visual arts education in the elementary school curriculum. With the generous support of foundations and in partnership with the Medford Public School District, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center expanded
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I am now part owner/director of Art and Soul Gallery in Ashland!…June, I will be showing 20 of my large paintings at the Rogue Valley Manor Gallery, reception on Wednesday, June 5th from 5-6pm…weekend of June 7-9 I will be showing my garden “sparklers”, fountains, and sculpture at the Art for the Home and Garden show in Ashland…‘Intuitive Painting” class on Saturday, June 1st…June 22nd I will be teaching “Intuitive Painting” in Grants Pass at Major Art and Framing. Read on for more info…
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“I am proud to say that ‘The Little Bang’ was submitted to Popular Photography Magazine and it has won as a finalist in their monthly contest – Your Best Shot. It will be featured in the magazine sometime within the year. It is my hope that it will win 1st prize, but even an Honorable Mention will be reward enough.”
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Throughout the duration of the exhibit, February 21st through March 28th, all visitors were invited to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Award. After the close of the exhibit, all votes were tallied and Michael Reedy’s Blash received the greatest number of votes.
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The opening reception of Clatsop Community College’s seventh annual juried art exhibit, Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century, was held Thursday, March 7, in the CCC Art Center Gallery.
Artists pictured left to right: Denise Weir (Edmonds, WA), Jim McComas (Superior, CO), John Whitehouse (West Linn, OR), Bethany Rowland (Portland, OR), Sebastian Hyde (Oakland, CA), Lisa Ackerman (Astoria, OR), Jessica Marshall (Corvallis, OR), Paul Rutz (Portland, OR), Alexandra Eyer (Gold Beach, OR), Rhoda Draws (Mill Valley, CA), Ted Chilles (Portland, OR), Patrick Kernan (Portland, OR), Jessica McCoy (Claremont, CA), Rob Bibler (Salem, OR) with CCC’s Kristin Shauck, Founding Director of the Au Naturel international competition. Photo by David Homer.
This year, over 600 images were submitted for consideration by artists from 26 states and Canada, Mexico, China, Morocco and the United Kingdom. The 2013 show includes 52 works by 47 artists from 16 states and Canada.
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I’m honored and thrilled to say that artist Ms. Mary Ann Beckwith, Juror, has selected “Still Life with Toy Pony, D39b” for the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s Spring Aqueous Media Show. The exhibition will hang in the Albany City Hall (333 Broadalbin St SW, Albany OR 97321) from April 5th to April 30. This [...]
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For our March exhibit, Drawing Beauty, we will feature the works of three painters, each with an expressly different vision of beauty: Shan Lollis, Kiri Bolles and Kendra Farber. Gallery artist Shan Lollis uses bold color and a gestural quality to her paintings that portray a certain “joie de vivre” to the objects, people and scenes she paints. Ashland High School students and budding artists, Kiri Bolles and Kendra Farber will be featured in our gallery as part of the Ashland Gallery Association Student Art Show.
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As the daylight retreats during a most busy time of year, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on what is most important in my life. The work that I do has been so fulfilling over the past 20 years and one of the reasons for that fulfillment is because of you, the fans of my work! I continue to strive to bring beauty and happiness into the world through my artwork. With each day that passes and every kind thought, word and deed, I know I am traveling the right path in life.
I sincerely want to thank all of you for your support throughout the years and to give a special THANK YOU to all who participated in The Great Metal Works 2012 photo scavenger hunt. It was a meaningful privilege for me to see you enjoying the artwork I have created through the
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