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Art Receptions 3rd Friday Rogue Gallery & Art Center September 21, 2018

Sept 11 2018 artblast
detail of Lewis Anderson’s “Is the Map the Territory”

THIRD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 5-8PM

IN THE MAIN GALLERY

Meet the artists!

What is the Question:
Lewis Anderson & Darcie Sternenberg

September 14–November 2, 2018

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Left: Lewis Anderson, “Does The Boatman Come For You”
Right: Darcie Sternenberg, “Does Nature Acknowledge Time”

Reception:  Friday, September 21, 5:00-8:00 pm

Southern Oregon photography artists Lewis Anderson and Darcie Sternenberg both create dreamlike landscape images. Anderson’s Asian inspired pieces are large multi-paneled images while Sternenberg’s smaller, intimate pieces are in black and white. In this exhibit, each image is titled with a question, which invites the viewer to establish a stronger connection to the art.

Lewis Anderson’s images are layered photographic images on elongated canvases. His use of layered images creates mystical and deeply spiritual landscapes, which are reminiscent of ancient Chinese landscapes. The artwork reflects his own spiritual journey. Having survived a life-threatening injury at an early age, Lewis developed a lifelong spiritual quest that includes world travel and numerous visits to the desert of Rajasthan, India.

 

Darcie Sterneberg’s black and white landscape photographs are atmospheric and dreamlike. Some of her images are from her travels; many are from familiar places that she has captured in an extraordinary way. She often uses a slow shutter speed to alter the reality of a place and create a feeling of mystery. Working in black and white, she develops rich tonal relationships.

 

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IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY

A Liberating Spirit:
Multimedia Works by Judith Ommen

August 31–September 28, 2018

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“Complications” by Judith Ommen

Reception:  Friday, September 21, 5:00-8:00 pm

Jacksonville artist Judith Ommen works in a variety of media: collage, encaustic, oriental brush and printmaking. Her work begins with a realistic image which she alters repeatedly until it becomes an abstraction. Judith worked in higher education as an administrator and a teacher. She retired to the Rogue Valley and has purposed her lifelong love of creating art.

ROGUE GALLERY’S 2018 ANNUAL AUCTION

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Puttin’ on the Glitz
Saturday, October 20, 2018, 5pm

at the Rogue Valley Country Club
2660 Hillcrest Road, Medford

The annual auction is our biggest fundraiser and a great night of fun, food, music and deals! The evening includes a silent auction, cocktail hour, dinner, and live auction with music by “Band du Pays Swing”. It also includes a members’ exhibit with the theme “Puttin’ on the Glitz”- in an Art Deco/Great Gatsby style (see the call to artists HERE).

Tickets available HERE>>

If you are interested in donating items or services to be auctioned at the auction, call (541) 772-8118. Donation Form HERE>>

DATE CORRECTION

BEAR CREEK PARK ARTIST VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Medford rendering 11X17(1)The Medford Parks and Recreation Department is teaming up with JWA Public Affairs, the Medford Parks and Recreation Foundation, the Medford School District, and playground manufacturer Leathers, Inc. to help replace the well-loved playground at Bear Creek Park. They need artists, art teachers, and/or crafts people to volunteer to help fulfill their vision by creating appliques and embellishments for the structures. The CORRECTED DAYS of the playground rebuild are Sept 29 & 30 and October 2-October 6.  If you would like to participate, contact Sally Densmore at (541) 840-7015 or [email protected]
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The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the Rogue Valley’s premier non-profit community art center founded in 1960 to promote and nurture the visual arts in the Rogue Valley. The Art Center showcases emerging and established artists, presents fine crafts by area artisans, and offers a broad range of visual art classes and workshops for all ages.

Rogue Gallery & Art Center is located in downtown Medford at 40 South Bartlett Street. The hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are open every third Friday until 8:00pm.