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Learn From Critique with Judy Morris

Rogue Gallery & Art Center: 40 South Bartlett Street, downtown Medford, OR

Take the mystery out of critique and learn what works, what could be improved with Judy Morris as she returns to the Rogue Valley offering insight, feedback and helpful tips.

Learn From Critique: SPECIAL ONE NIGHT ONLY

critique led by Judy Morris
All skill levels welcome
Monday, February 18, 4:00 – 7:00pm

Judy has been a popular juror for more than forty local, state, national, and international watercolor shows. In the past few years, she has juried the National Watercolor Society Show in Los Angeles, the American Watercolor Society Show in New York City, and the Transparent Watercolor Society of America in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Now she’s coming to the Rogue Gallery & Art Center to share her critic’s eye with artists in Southern Oregon. All water media welcome.

Judy Morris has been a popular watercolor workshop teacher and juror in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Europe, and Japan for the last 25 years. Join her, as she returns to one of her favorite places… the Rogue Gallery & Art Center!

Admission and Critique of one painting: $20

Admission only: $10

Register now
(limit one painting per artist, first 25 to register will have work critiqued for 3-5 minutes) Space is limited!

NEW! Drink & Draw: Art a la Carte in the Rogue Studio!

Adult Classes Winter 2013

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NEW! Drink & Draw: Art à la Carte
A new series of affordable, fun, one evening art classes for adults. Your choice of class is led by an experienced artist educator and designed to teach foundational art skills in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. All materials are included. Class fee also includes wine or beer tastings by local wineries or microbreweries.  Must be 21 years of age or over to participate. Let your creativity soar with relaxing and creative fun in the Studio!

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Drink & Draw: Still Life Drawing taught by Ann DiSalvo
Friday, February 22nd: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $25/$35

Drink & Draw: Beginner Drawing taught by Ted Helard
Sunday, March 17th: 5:00 – 7:00pm Cost: $25/$35

Drink & Draw: Color Mixing for Painters taught by Roni Marsh
Friday, March 22nd: 6:00 – 9:30pm Cost: $35/$45

Drink & Draw: Comics & Cartoons taught by Ted Helard
Sunday, March 24th: 5:00 – 7:00pm Cost: $25/$35

Drink & Draw: Printmaking taught by Amy Godard Navickas
Friday, April 12th: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $35/$45

Drink & Draw: Mixed Media Canvas taught by Brooke Nuckles Gentekos
Friday, April 26th: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $35/$45

Register Now

Please register in advance (so we know how much vino to provide!!)

All Materials, instruction, tastings, and fun included in one low price! What a deal!!!

Call (541)772-8118 or visit the Rogue Gallery & Art Center website www.roguegallery.org for more info.

Ignite the Mind, Stir the Soul, Open the Heart- Boldly Create! – Rogue Gallery & Art Center Vision statement

2013 Calls For Artists- Rogue Gallery and Art Center

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2013 Calls to Artists- All visual artists welcome to submit artwork to be exhibited at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center.

40 S. Bartlett Street, Medford Oregon 97501

(541)772-8118

For detailed info and submission entry forms, please visit the Rogue Gallery & Art Center website: http://roguegallery.org/calls_to_artists.html

Please Mark Your Calendars for these important dates:

JURIED EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES

Members Gallery: Drop-off April 27th, 11am – 3pm

Berryman Gallery (Craterian Theater): Application deadline June 1, 2013

Members Gallery: Drop-off October 26th, 11am – 3pm

Main Gallery 2015:  Application deadline November 1, 2013

 

NON-JURIED EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY

All Current Members Welcome to submit one work of art

Annual Members Exhibition: Drop-off November 16th, 11am – 3pm

Theme: Interpretations of Self

 

If you are interested in getting involved with the Rogue Gallery & Art Center- please stop in, call or visit our website for more info! www.roguegallery.org

The mission of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center is to enliven the individual and enrich the community through inspirational visual art experiences.

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News from Rogue Gallery & Art Center

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Now through March in RGAC’s Berryman Gallery at the Craterian Theater, Photography by Jim Chamberlain
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The Rogue Gallery & Art Center curates the Berryman Gallery, located upstairs in The Craterian Theater at The Collier Center for the Performing Arts. When you attend an event at the Craterian, make sure to check out our exhibit!Now through March:
Photography by Jim Chamberlain.

Through February in the Community Gallery:
The Pomegranate Group presents “REPOSEABLE”
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center Community Gallery at 40 S Bartlett is an exhibition space for community organizations, schools, and community partners.
pomegranate-girlsThe Pomegranate Group presents
REPOSEABLE” through February.

Reception: Third Friday, February 15, 5-8pm.

The Pomegranates, Rachel Barrett, Ann DiSalvo, Ellen Falkner, Mori Samel-Garloff, Denise Souza Finney, Ruthe Woudenberg, are a group of women artists that gather weekly for figure drawing with varied media.

“Figuratively Speaking” a Smash Hit!
Christman-image-for-webIn our main gallery
January 18–March 1, 2013
“Wonderful” “beautiful!!!” “Absolutely & utterly amazing”
-comments from visitorsOver 300 people attended the opening.
Rogue Valley artists Kevin Christman, Denise Souza Finney, Katharine Gracey, Janet Higgins, Keith Johnson, Inger Nova Jorgensen, Karen Staal, Christie Michelle Stewart, and Daniel Verner present painting, mixed media, and sculpture depicting the human figure in innovative ways.

Boldly Create this February in the Rogue Studio!
web_FEEDING-PIGEONS--Judy-MorrisJudy Morris is back in the Rogue Studio to teach Better Watercolors Start to Finish
(only one space left! Partial scholarships available!!)
Register Now!AND Learn From Critique – take the mystery out of critique with helpful and insightful feedback about your artwork!
All skill levels welcome! Register Now!

Drink & Draw: Still Life with Ann DiSalvo
Friday, 2/22 from 6-9pm Register Now!

After School Art Studio starts Wednesday, 2/6: Express Yourself!
Young artists, ages 7-12, will explore the arts and have a blast expressing themselves through drawing, painting, and more every Wednesday from 4-6pm. Sign up by the month! Register Now!

family-cropped-for-webFree Family Saturday: 2/9, from noon- 2pm!
Make a one of a kind tile as part of a community art collaboration to call for action on climate change. On 2/17, 800 tiles will be put together to create a 120ft long salmon in the Porter’s parking lot. No pre-registration needed- just bring the whole family to come make art together!

Drop In & Draw: 2/18 from 9am – noon. No school? No problem! All youth ages 6-12 are welcome to get creative in the Rogue Studio! No pre-registration- just drop-in for one hour or all three! $4/ hour

UPCOMING this March:
Beginning Drawing taught by Ann DiSalvo, Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30. Register Now!

NEW! Spring Break Art Camps!!!
Cartoon & Comics Camp and Creative Constructions Camp! Register Now! – space is limited!

Calls to Artists
boutiqueitems2The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is now accepting one-of-a-kind gift items such as pottery, ceramics, glass, metal, woodwork, jewelry, leatherwork, hand-made textiles, fiber, candles, soaps, and small framed work (no larger than 12 inches in any direction) to sell on consignment at our Artistans Gift Shop.Interested fine craftmakers and artisans may submit their items by email to Kim Hearon, Interim Executive Director at [email protected]. Please include up to 10 photographs of work with dimensions and retail pricing. Artist commision is 60% of retail price.

“Figuratively Speaking” Opening Reception at Rogue Gallery!

Alpha-numeric Man (detail), sculpture by Kevin Christman, photo by Bruce Bayard

Alpha-numeric Man (detail), sculpture by Kevin Christman, photo by Bruce Bayard

Medford’s Third Friday

January 19th from 5-8pm

 

Our Main Gallery exhibition, Figuratively Speaking, features nine Rogue Valley artists with an opening reception during Third Friday. Rogue Valley artists included in Figuratively Speaking are: Kevin Christman, Keith Johnson, Inger Nova Jorgensen, Katharine Gracey, Janet Higgins, Denise Souza Finney, Christie Michelle Stewart, Karen Staal, and Daniel Verner presenting painting, mixed-media, and sculpture depicting the human figure in innovative ways.

 

Our Community Gallery features artwork created by South Medford High School art students under the instruction of Jamie Henderson. Drawings, mixed media, paintings and more in a salon style show presents outstanding artwork by very talented local youth!

 

In our studio, High School Senior Katie Mockry, as part of her senior project, will present Emotion Through Art, an interactive exploration that is sure to engage gallery visitors.

 

Refreshments and light hors d’oeuvres will be offered.

 

Figuratively Speaking

January 18–March 1, 2013

Reception: Friday January 18 5:00-8:00 pm

Since ancient times, humans have created artwork depicting the human figure. The oldest known work of art is a female figure, estimated to have been carved from stone over 25,000 years ago. Artists today are still inspired by the human form, and artwork by nine local artists will be on display in the Main Gallery at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center from January 18th – March 1st.

As the first Main Gallery exhibit of 2013, Rogue Valley artists Kevin Christman, Keith Johnson, Inger Nova Jorgensen, Katharine Gracey, Janet Higgins, Denise Souza Finney, Christie Michelle Stewart, Karen Staal, and Daniel Verner present painting, mixed-media, and sculpture depicting the human figure in innovative ways. The exhibition opens Friday, January 18th at 10:00 AM with an opening reception open to the public and free of charge that evening from 5:00 – 8:00 PM during Medford’s Third Fridays.

Each artist addresses the human figure and places them in a context beyond simply realistic depiction of the human form. Please be advised: the Figuratively Speaking exhibition contains paintings and sculptures that depict nudity.

Kevin Christman’s sculpture and wall hangings depict the human figure “as an allegory for biological and spiritual inward movement,” he states. Born in Saint Cloud, Minnesota and moving to Los Angeles at the age of twenty, Christman worked for Northrop Corporation and MacDonnell Douglas Aerospace as a research and development engineer before studying Fine Art at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After apprenticing with various artists in Los Angeles and Santa Fe, New Mexico, Kevin moved to Ashland, Oregon and now works from his studio in Talent.

Keith Johnson creates mixed media paintings and drawings from his Jacksonville studio and says, “My paintings are born of the world around me and through some mysterious journey, are transformed into images caught in time onto canvas or paper.” Johnson is represented by galleries in Oregon and London and his artwork has been seen throughout the United States and Europe. He studied Advertising Art and Industrial Design and earned a MFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts in Printmaking and Painting. His paintings are the results of letting go and allowing the art to develop its own life and its own voice.

Inger Nova Jorgensen paints the human figure on canvas and says, “The paintings depict the transparent state, where we allow our true selves to stand and wholeness to emerge. If we can connect in this way with ourselves and others, we may be able to gain a deeper understanding where peace can grow, having the potential extend into communities, and to the world.” Jorgensen has a degree in Fine Art from Humboldt State University and owned Bohemia Gallery in Ashland. She currently paints and sculpts at Talent Studios and is inspired by her musical endeavors as well as recent trips to paint during International Painters Week in Domburg, Netherlands.

Katharine Gracey explores the figure with whimsical oil paintings that, “take the viewer into a surreal space that is inspired by the European lifestyle,” she says. Raised in the Midwest, Katharine started painting at an early age, absorbing the peaceful farm life of the Great Lakes. After earning an art degree from the University of Wisconsin, she pursued painting as her main focus, specializing in watercolor, acrylic and oils. She lives and paints in Jacksonville.

Janet Higgins presents sculpture with saturated color and she says, “My work is often figurative, an influence from my ballet days, and tends to express my sense of humor.” Originally from the Bay Area in California, Janet and her family have lived in Grants Pass for 19 years. She has a degree in Fine Art from UC Berkeley and lived in Hong Kong with her husband and 3 children for 9 years. She is a partner in a local arts group, AMBUS, and teaches sculpture at Rogue Community College.

Denise Souza Finney paints the human figure with an emphasis on gesture. Souza Finney states, “I prefer to show the gesture of a pose and have more interest in the qualities of the paint and what it brings to the gesture. I strive for simplicity in my work and a relationship of color combined with a sense of movement that will create a strong emotional picture.” She lives in Ashland with her family, is a practicing yogi, and paints in her studio, a converted 100 year old barn surrounded by gardens.

Christie Michele Stewart is a classically trained artist whose finely crafted paintings merge the natural beauty of life with qualities of dream and narrative. After studying at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy, she moved to Chicago to continue her studies at the Ravenswood Atelier, and then settled in Oregon. Her artwork has been seen in galleries in Chicago, Oregon, and Connecticut and San Antonio, Texas.

Karen Staal specializes in oil paintings of the human figure. While her portrayals are somewhat realistic, she states of her paintings, “They are more than realistic. My goal is not to depict people exactly as they are, but to interpret them by creating new harmonies with line, shape, and color.” Staal holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and also earned a degree from the Kendall School of Design. She studied painting at American University, Ridgewood Art Academy, and Southern Oregon University.

Daniel Verner presents paintings that are post-modern and of a representational narrative style. He states of his process, “Art transforms the artist. The experience of creating art exposes our essence, giving birth to a new consciousness. That revealing event leaves us with an even greater essence.” His work evokes a response or conversation with the viewer. He is self-taught and works from his studio in Ashland.
This exhibit is sponsored and curated by the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. All exhibitions are open to the public and offered free of charge. The Rogue Gallery & Art Center offers a variety of exhibition opportunities for local and regional artists. For more information, please visit www.roguegallery.org or stop by in person during open hours.

 

In the RGAC Member’s Gallery

Come enjoy art from our talented members in our Members’ Gallery:

Sharon Antoine-Matlock, Jennifer Bagwell, Betty Barss, Barbara Eshoo, Margaret Garrington, Virginia Govedare, Barbara Budge Griffin, Claudia Harlow, Joan Kennedy, Carrie Lee, Jean Mailander, Vera Melnyk, Cecilia Pestlin, Patrick Ryan, Lo Smucker, Gayla  Snow, Eva Thiemann, Silvia Trujillo, Elaine A. Witteveen.

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In the Berryman Gallery

located upstairs in the Craterian Theater

Artwork by the artists from The Studio at Living Opportunities
through January 30th, 2013

Photography by Jim Chamberlain
February – March

 

The mission of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center is to enliven the individual and enrich the community through inspirational visual art experiences.

FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING 
AN EXHIBITION AT THE ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER

Exhibit Dates: January 18 – March 1, 2013

(Medford, OR) – January 4, 2013– Since ancient times, humans have created artwork depicting the human figure. The oldest known work of art is a female figure, estimated to have been carved from stone over 25,000 years ago. Artists today are still inspired by the human form, and artwork by nine local artists will be on display in the Main Gallery at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center from January 18th – March 1st.

As the first Main Gallery exhibit of 2013, Rogue Valley artists Kevin Christman, Keith Johnson, Inger Nova Jorgensen, Katharine Gracey, Janet Higgins, Denise Souza Finney, Christie Michelle Stewart, Karen Staal, and Daniel Verner present painting, mixed-media, and sculpture depicting the human figure in innovative ways. The exhibition opens Friday, January 18th at 10:00 AM with an opening reception open to the public and free of charge that evening from 5:00 – 8:00 PM during Medford’s Third Fridays.

Each artist addresses the human figure and places them in a context beyond simply realistic depiction of the human form. Please be advised: the Figuratively Speaking exhibition contains paintings and sculptures that depict nudity.

Kevin Christman’s sculpture and wall hangings depict the human figure “as an allegory for biological and spiritual inward movement,” he states. Born in Saint Cloud, Minnesota and moving to Los Angeles at the age of twenty, Christman worked for Northrop Corporation and MacDonnell Douglas Aerospace as a research and development engineer before studying Fine Art at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After apprenticing with various artists in Los Angeles and Santa Fe, New Mexico, Kevin moved to Ashland, Oregon and now works from his studio in Talent.

Keith Johnson creates mixed media paintings and drawings from his Jacksonville studio and says, “My paintings are born of the world around me and through some mysterious journey, are transformed into images caught in time onto canvas or paper.” Johnson is represented by galleries in Oregon and London and his artwork has been seen throughout the United States and Europe. He studied Advertising Art and Industrial Design and earned a MFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts in Printmaking and Painting. His paintings are the results of letting go and allowing the art to develop its own life and its own voice.

Inger Nova Jorgensen paints the human figure on canvas and says, “The paintings depict the transparent state, where we allow our true selves to stand and wholeness to emerge. If we can connect in this way with ourselves and others, we may be able to gain a deeper understanding where peace can grow, having the potential extend into communities, and to the world.” Jorgensen has a degree in Fine Art from Humboldt State University and owned Bohemia Gallery in Ashland. She currently paints and sculpts at Talent Studios and is inspired by her musical endeavors as well as recent trips to paint during International Painters Week in Domburg, Netherlands.

Katharine Gracey explores the figure with whimsical oil paintings that, “take the viewer into a surreal space that is inspired by the European lifestyle,” she says. Raised in the Midwest, Katharine started painting at an early age, absorbing the peaceful farm life of the Great Lakes. After earning an art degree from the University of Wisconsin, she pursued painting as her main focus, specializing in watercolor, acrylic and oils. She lives and paints in Jacksonville.

Janet Higgins presents sculpture with saturated color and she says, “My work is often figurative, an influence from my ballet days, and tends to express my sense of humor.” Originally from the Bay Area in California, Janet and her family have lived in Grants Pass for 19 years. She has a degree in Fine Art from UC Berkeley and lived in Hong Kong with her husband and 3 children for 9 years. She is a partner in a local arts group, AMBUS, and teaches sculpture at Rogue Community College.

Denise Souza Finney paints the human figure with an emphasis on gesture. Souza Finney states, “I prefer to show the gesture of a pose and have more interest in the qualities of the paint and what it brings to the gesture. I strive for simplicity in my work and a relationship of color combined with a sense of movement that will create a strong emotional picture.” She lives in Ashland with her family, is a practicing yogi, and paints in her studio, a converted 100 year old barn surrounded by gardens.

Christie Michele Stewart is a classically trained artist whose finely crafted paintings merge the natural beauty of life with qualities of dream and narrative. After studying at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy, she moved to Chicago to continue her studies at the Ravenswood Atelier, and then settled in Oregon. Her artwork has been seen in galleries in Chicago, Oregon, and Connecticut and San Antonio, Texas.

Karen Staal specializes in oil paintings of the human figure. While her portrayals are somewhat realistic, she states of her paintings, “They are more than realistic. My goal is not to depict people exactly as they are, but to interpret them by creating new harmonies with line, shape, and color.” Staal holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and also earned a degree from the Kendall School of Design. She studied painting at American University, Ridgewood Art Academy, and Southern Oregon University.

Daniel Verner presents paintings that are post-modern and of a representational narrative style. He states of his process, “Art transforms the artist. The experience of creating art exposes our essence, giving birth to a new consciousness. That revealing event leaves us with an even greater essence.” His work evokes a response or conversation with the viewer. He is self-taught and works from his studio in Ashland.
This exhibit is sponsored and curated by the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. All exhibitions are open to the public and offered free of charge. The Rogue Gallery & Art Center offers a variety of exhibition opportunities for local and regional artists. For more information, please visit www.roguegallery.org or stop by in person during open hours.

                                 
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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 regional artists, presents fine crafts by area artisans, and offers a broad range of visual art classes and workshops for all ages. RGAC is located in 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.

NEW! Drink & Draw Series at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center!

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Drink & Draw: Art à la Carte
A new series of affordable, fun, one evening art classes for adults. Designed to teach foundational art skills in a relaxing and enjoyable environment. All materials are included.
Class fee also includes wine or beer tastings by local wineries or microbreweries. Must be 21 years of age or over to participate.  Let your creativity soar with relaxing and creative fun in the Studio!

 

Drink & Draw: Beginner Figure Drawing          taught by Ted Helard

Sunday, January 20th: 5:00 – 7:00 pm           Cost:  $25/ $35

 

Drink & Draw: Figure Drawing for all Skill Levels taught by Ann DiSalvo

Friday, January 25th: 6:00 – 9:00pm       Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Intermediate Figure Drawing taught by Ted Helard

Sunday, January 27th: 5:00 – 7:00pm Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Drawing 3D Shapes taught by Rachel Barrett

Friday, February 8th: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Still Life Drawing taught by Ann DiSalvo

Friday, February22nd: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Beginner Drawing taught by Ted Helard

Sunday, March 17th: 5:00 – 7:00pm Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Color Mixing for Painters taught by Roni Marsh

Friday, March 22nd: 6:00 – 9:30pm Cost: $35/$45

 

Drink & Draw: Comics & Cartoons taught by Ted Helard

Sunday, March 24th: 5:00 – 7:00pm Cost: $25/$35

 

Drink & Draw: Printmaking taught by Amy Godard Navickas

Friday, April 12th: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $35/$45

 

Drink & Draw: Mixed Media Canvas taught by Brooke Nuckles Gentekos

Friday, April 26th: 6:00 – 9:00pm Cost: $35/$45

 

For detailed Drink & Draw class descriptions and listings of local winery and

microbrewery sponsors please visit our website.  Please register in advance!

www.roguegallery.org/register.pl

 

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Rogue Gallery Presents the JEFFERSON BAROQUE ORCHESTRA and more news...

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December 5, 6 & 7 2012, 7-9:00pm
JEFFERSON BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
at the Rogue Gallery
The Jefferson Baroque Orchestra will be holding three open rehearsals in our main gallery Wednedsay, Thursday and Friday, December 5, 6, and 7. We will be open, in addition to our regular hours, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Come and enjoy the art, the music and do some shopping!Click here to learn more about the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra.

SPIRIT IN HAND HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE
Our Spirit in Hand Holiday Boutique has hundreds of unique gifts, handmade by local artists for your shopping pleasure.
Open Tuesday to Friday from 10am – 5 pm and Saturday from 11-3.
Plus December 5, 6, and 7th, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Gift certificates are available for all upcoming classes, memberships, and gallery or boutique purchases! Who’s on your gift list today?
 DECEMBER IN THE STUDIO
Afterschool Art Studio:
Wednesdays 1:45-4:45pm for ages 7-12.
This month’s theme: SCULPTURE!
Register online now: http://www.roguegallery.org/registerFree Family Saturday: 12/15 from noon – 2:00 pm

Make your New Year’s Resolution
to BOLDLY CREATE in 2013!
Check it out!
The Winter 2013 Catalog of Classes will be announced and registration begins December 5th at noon! Stay tuned to our website for the latest info about upcoming classes for adults and youth including:newjudyportraitblack
  • Better Watercolors: Start to Finish with JUDY MORRIS
  • Beginning Drawing with ANN DISALVO
  • Japanese Woodblock Printmaking with WALT PADGETT
  • NEW series: Drink & Draw: Art a la Carte!
  • NEW Spring Break Art Camps
  • And MUCH MORE!!

Art Education Announcement from Rogue Gallery and Art Center

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s 2013 winter schedule will be announced and registration begins on December 4th- www.roguegallery.org. Look for exciting classes including NEW “Drink & Draw: Art A La Carte,” Japanese Woodblock Printmaking, Beginning Drawing, Mixed-Media, Watercolor Painting, and MUCH MORE!

For more information or to register, please visit our website: www.roguegallery.org. You may also register via phone (541)772-8118 or in person at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center, 40 S. Bartlett Street in Medford!

Also, please check out Free Family Saturdays! December 15th from 12noon – 2pm and more dates to be announced for winter. Ignite the Mind, Stir the Soul, Open the Heart… Boldly Create!

Brooke Nuckles Gentekos

Education Director

[email protected]

Rogue Gallery & Art Center

40 S. Bartlett St Medford, OR 97501

PH (541)772-8118 ext 301

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Our mission is to enliven the individual and enrich the community through inspirational visual art experiences.

Our vision:

Ignite the Mind, Stir the Soul, Open the Heart…Boldly Create!

Rogue Gallery Announces "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral" 2012 Members’ Exhibition

EXHIBITION DATE: November 16-December 22, 2012

Opening Reception: Friday, November 16 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

(Medford, OR) The Rogue Gallery & Art Center – Southern Oregon’s premier non-profit community art center—announces its annual Members’ Exhibition on display in the Main Gallery. This exhibit, spotlighting the artistic talent of Rogue Gallery & Art Center members, is entitled “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral” and runs from November 16 through December 22, 2012. The public is invited to a free Opening Reception on Friday, November 16 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
The annual Member’s exhibition features work by Rogue Gallery members. The Rogue Gallery has had a long history of supporting local and regional artists. This exhibit gives each member an opportunity to exhibit one piece of their work on the central theme of “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral”. With a very diverse group of members, a variety of artwork will be on display including watercolors, acrylic, and oil paintings as well as sculptures and collages.
“The Rogue Gallery has so many talented artists as members,” said Interim Director Kim Hearon. “If you’ve ever played 20 Questions, you know the theme Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, covers just about everything. Works by over 50 artists will be shown, and it will be exciting to see how each artist interprets the theme.”
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the Rogue Valley’s premier non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts and artists in the Rogue Valley. The Gallery offers local artists the opportunity to display their artwork. Aspiring artists, both children and adults, take classes from local artists and are exposed to a wide variety of artistic mediums. The Rogue Gallery is located in 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.