Pear Packing Alley, South Fir Street Medford, Oregon Oil on Panel, 12″ x 16″ $500 Last Friday I woke up to a glorious sunny day – the first in months! We always get a February false spring – or February Fake Out, as some call it. Warm weather for a few days before it starts […]
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Thanks to Mark Arinsberg for these shots! This is my half of the Peripheral Visions show at Ashland Painters Union in January 2013. Here is the work of Q Quast – “I am this Space. I am this Place.” It’s sitting on the floor, waiting to be taken home. Originally it was hung on the […]
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On February 17, The Southern Oregon Climate Action Network (SOCAN) will host It’s a Rogue Thing: Bringing Climate Concerns Home, an event aiming to connect communities across the valley and creatively address the challenges of our changing climate. It is scheduled from 1:00 to 3:30 pm at the Medford Public Library. The event will feature representative Peter Buckley and other local leaders along with musical performances and an ambitious community art project….
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I’ll be showing a shadow painting installation at Ashland Painters Union starting January 4 – opening party is from 5 – 8 pm. The show is up through the end of January, gallery open 1:00 – 5:00 on Fridays and Saturdays. Q is showing sculptural prints. Together we were goofing off at the Ashland Art […]
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I just hung this painting at Smithfields, two of the series went home with a nice family, so there was room to hang this piece. The rabbit is from Ian Hensel at Hensel Family Farms. Filed under: painting, Still Life Tagged: 2012, art, oil painting, painting, rogue valley, Sarah burns, sarah f burns, Smithfields, southern [...]
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Please read this post for a local retail opportunity for artisan jewelers working with stones set in silver! If you’re not a jewelry artist but know someone who is, please share!
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I have been thinking about it for months and it will soon be a reality. I am cutting way back on my administrative job in January to be able to paint full time (and teach a little bit). The prospect of not working for a regular pay check is a little scary but as my [...]
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This exhibition spotlights the creativity of Bob Bosworth—artist, architect, former University of Oregon professor, and a founder of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. Curated by Nancy Jo Mullen, the display features architectural drawings and paintings from Bosworth’s early professional years as well as a series of recently created paintings on paper. This show sheds light on the dynamic career of a highly inventive Rogue Valley artist and architect.
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I have been asked to teach in Central Point, Oregon. And gladly accepted. The classes start this Tuesday evening (18th), I think (if not, it’s the following week). They run for 6 weeks. There is room for 2 more students. If you’re interested, please…
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