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Ashland Gallery Assn December Exhibits

Art & Soul Gallery
Cradles Rock!, Original Miniature Oil and Watercolor Paintings by Jenay Elder, Charlotte Peterson, and Judy Richardson

December 3 – January 2, 2020 

Local artists Jenay Elder, Charlotte Peterson, and Judy Richardson have created this “rocking” featured exhibition for the month of December at Art and Soul Gallery. Come by and see it!

The artists will be on hand to talk about their work December 4, First Friday, from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Swing by or make an appointment to see these delightful oil and watercolor paintings. You can also view other artworks by these artists on the gallery’s website and YouTube channel. 

Gallery Hours:
Thursday – Saturday from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and by appointment.

Appointments available online:

Facebook Link:

YouTube Channel:

“Don’t Lick the Painting,” Oil on Cradle, Judy Richardson 

Hanson Howard Gallery Betty LaDuke Fundraiser & 2020 Gallery Artists Salon November 6 – December 24, 2020

Betty LaDuke and Hanson Howard Gallery are collaborating on raising funds for Rogue Valley farm workers who lost their homes to the Almeda Fire. All proceeds from the sales of the prints, Awakening, will be donated to three Rogue Valley organizations working to assist these vulnerable members of our community. 

The 2020 Gallery Artists Salon features new artwork by gallery artists curated with gift giving in mind. Some are perfect for shipping or affordable for the new collector, or simply unique enough to be the personal gift you are looking for. If you can’t travel this holiday season, then consider sending the gift of art. 

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Saturday from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and by appointment.

Where the River Flows, Woodblock Print, Millie Whipplesmith Plank 

Project Space  Landscape Paintings by Sarah F. Burns 

Sarah F. Burns has a lot of new artwork being exhibited at Project Space. Viewing will be by appointment only, so if you’re interested, then please contact Sarah at [email protected]

Gallery Hours: By appointment only. 

Above: Painting by Sarah F. Burns

Gallerie Karon
Out of Africa, Out of Ash

Gallerie Karon’s current exhibition featuring Judy Benson LeNeir, Alameda fire victim, will continue through December.

If you’ve ever wanted one of her fabulous photographs of African animals, now is the hour. The gallery has the largest inventory of her work remaining in existence. You still have time to obtain a special memory of your trip to Africa or your love of animals by the holidays, whether it’s as a gift or for your own home. This collection includes smaller items, such as journals, mugs and even necklaces, all embellished with her photographs!

December will also showcase the rest of their wonderful 32 artists for holiday gifting. You’ll find paintings, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics and much more. Now is the time to treat yourself.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Sparkle of Life, Photography, Judy Benson La Nier

Ashland Gallery Association 2021 Membership Opportunities

Dear Ashland Gallery Members

It is time for all members to renew their membership in the Ashland Gallery Association. The pandemic has caused us to re-imagine the AGA and how best we can promote our members and the Arts in southern Oregon. We are excited to share our plans.

Updating our website is a top priority. Did you know we get over 75,000 page views each month? We want the AGA website to be centerstage for anyone looking to explore the Arts in southern Oregon. We have also hired Paige Gerhard as our new marketing coordinator to focus on social media promotions and further expanding our reach.  

We strive to keep our membership fees as low as possible and at the same time give you great value. This year we have reduced the costs for all new and renewing members. The website is undergoing enhancements, and details can be found on our document explaining the membership levels and your options for engagement with the website.


Choose check or PayPal to make payment no later than January 15th, 2021.
Send your check payable to:

Ashland Gallery Association
P.O. Box 241 Ashland, OR 97520
To pay by credit card, visit

The AGA Executive Board hopes you will take advantage of all that AGA offers and continue to be a part of our vibrant Art Community. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.The Ashland Gallery Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the visual arts in our communities.

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