What’s the first thing that gets cut when schools face a budget squeeze?

Friday, June 23rd, 7pm Fresh Paint Silent Auction in the Art Barn Tickets – $25

Friday, July 14th, 7pm Fresh Paint Silent Auction in the Art Barn Tickets – $25

Party in the Art Barn for Ruch School kids!

We invite you to support Ruch Outdoor Community School by purchasing a $25 ticket (either Friday, June 23rd 7pm to 9pm and/or Friday July 14th, 7pm to 9pm to join us in the Applegate River Lavender barn for a fun-filled evening of food, wine, music and art. The barn will be filled with paintings created by regional artists who painted all over the Applegate Valley during a one-day plein-air quick paint earlier in the day. You read that correctly — all the paintings will be less than 8 hours old.

There will also be a few select works created by Ruch School students included in the auction. All of the pieces will be available for you to bid on (via anonymous silent auction) while you meet the artists, nibble on tasty appetizers and sip local wine.

The net proceeds of the auction and ticket sales will be donated to fund 2023-2024 art programs at Ruch School. Your participation in this event will help the school maintain vibrant creative experiences for their students.

Please support art programs at Ruch school

As a “community school”, learning opportunities multiply when students dig into their surrounding environment, repositioned to take a closer look at the social, environmental, and economic issues at play.Ruch School students embark on local projects that have tangible results and observable outcomes.

Can’t Come But You Want to Support Ruch School?

If you think this is a great idea but life is too busy to make it to one of the receptions you can donate directly to Ruch School art programs funds by following the June 23rd ticket page or the July 14th ticket page. Just click on the “Get Tickets” orange box to see donation opportunities.

Would You Like to Help Sponsor this Event?

That would be great! Just fill out the form below and tell us how you would like to help (donate food, wine. $ or ?) or you can click on the June 23rd ticket page or the July 14th ticket page, click on the “Get Tickets” orange box to see sponsorship opportunities.

Would You Like to Volunteer to Help with the Event?

That would also be great – use the form below or contact information to let us know how you would like to help.

Friday, June 23rd, 7pm Fresh Paint Silent Auction in the Art Barn Tickets – $25

Friday, July 14th, 7pm Fresh Paint Silent Auction in the Art Barn Tickets – $25

Please fill out the form below (follow this link to the original post with the form) or call/text Rob Rustad at 831-521-5344 or email [email protected].



What’s the first thing that gets cut when schools face a budget squeeze?

We invite you to support Ruch Outdoor Community School by participating in a Plein Air Quick Paint in the Applegate Valley as part of the Southern Oregon Lavender Festival.

(TIME/PLACE CLARIFICATION – this event has a starting time of 8am but you can start anytime and anywhere – the goal is to show up at our barn (375 Hamilton Road, Jacksonville, OR) sometime between 4pm and 6pm with fresh art for the reception that evening)

There is no cost for artists to participate and you are welcome to join us for food, wine and stories at the Fresh Paint Reception and Silent Auction at 7pm – also at no cost to you.


Please support art programs at RUCH OUTDOOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL

As a “community school”, learning opportunities multiply when students dig into their surrounding environment, repositioned to take a closer look at the social, environmental, and economic issues at play. Ruch Outdoor Community School students embark on local projects that have tangible results and observable outcomes.

Where Do I Paint?

We are encouraging folks to paint in the Applegate Valley, which is just 10 minutes outside of Jacksonville, OR. Here are some great resources.

Wander Applegate
Applegate Connect
The Applegater
Southern Oregon Lavender Trail
The Applegate Valley Wine Trail
PDF Map or Applegate Valley

Here’s how the plein air quick paint for river school works


  • The goal of the Quick Paint is to raise money for Ruch Outdoor Community School by selling plein air paintings (created earlier in the day) at The Fresh Art Reception and Silent Auction. Reception tickets sales also donated to the school.
  • You start when and where you want. We’re encouraging people to paint in the Applegate Valley, but it’s up to you. We want what is most convenient for you.
  • You are very welcome to paint at our lavender farm as many others have in the past. We will also be serving as a “friendly port” for all artists who need a snack, drinks and or to get out of the heat. Please let us know if you plan to paint here so we have sufficient supplies.
  • Stop painting at 4pm and deliver your fresh creations to our barn at 375 Hamilton Road in Ruch by 6pm. (mailing address is Jacksonville).
  • Put your name, contact info, and auction reserve price on the back of each painting.
  • You receive 80% of the auction sale price – 20% is donated to Ruch School.
  • You are welcome to stay and enjoy the reception/auction at no charge.
  • Any unsold works at the auction will continue to be for sale for the rest of the weekend – you can adjust the reserve price if you wish.
  • ALL paintings remain in our barn through Sunday at 5pm.

Artists Must Agree to:

  • Start and finish your painting on the day of the event – finish by 4pm. There is no starting check-in or starting event. You can start where and when you like. There is also no authentication process for validating “same day” status of your work – we trust you.
  • Deliver your completed work to our barn (375 Hamilton Road in Ruch) by 6pm.
  • Help us display the art. The simplest solution is to find a way that it can be hung (we have lots of space to hang on) or bring an easel (standing or table).
  • Write your name and contact information on the back of the painting along with your “reserve” lowest acceptable price.
  • Paintings will then be sold via silent auction during the evening reception. If they do not sell at auction, they will remain on sale for the next two days in our barn during the lavender festival. You can adjust your reserve price for the festival days.
  • 20% of the painting sale will be donated to Ruch School and 80% will go to the artist.
  • Paintings must remain in the barn for the remainder of the Lavender Festival – until 5pm Sunday night.
  • Any paintings that do not sell during the auction will remain on sale during the next two days as thousands of people will be attending the Southern Oregon Lavender Festival.
  • Paintings can be picked up anytime after 5pm Sunday. We can arrange to ship a painting (at cost) if it is a hardship to return to our farm for out of town participants.

Artists are encouraged to:

  • Attend the Fresh Painting Reception and Silent Auction at no charge – you will be guests of honor. The event is VERY casual and attendees showing up with paint on their clothes will be celebrated. There will be hors d’oeuvre and one glass of wine included – cash bar after that.
  • Meet and greet enthusiastic silent auction attendees and members of Ruch school.
  • Price paintings at an “accessible” level to encourage generous bidding. We have purposely set the rates to encourage giving to the school.
  • This is a non-juried, open event and we encourage artists of all levels to participate. There is not really any competitive aspect to the event.
  • While we refer to the event as “plein-air” we are pretty open to any artist that wants to contribute and help Ruch School.
  • Artists are encouraged to paint in the Applegate Valley but again, there are no hard rules for this. FYI, there will be six lavender fields in vibrant bloom on the day of this event. 🙂
  • We will provide snacks and drinks for any artists that want to paint at our farm or to swing by during the day. If you are coming, or think you might, please let us know. Artists will also have access to rest areas and bathrooms in our air conditioned house.
  • If the paintings do not sell, they will remain on sale during the remainder of the Lavender Festival where many people may purchase them.
  • Artists will receive their payment within 7 days of the event but we will do our best process and pay transactions during the reception.

We understand that there are very real expenses for you to participate in this fundraising event and we greatly appreciate your efforts.

Please fill out the form below or call/text Rob Rustad at 831-521-5344 or email [email protected].

I’m Interested in your quick paint event and reception for Ruch School art programs

In the message area (follow this link to original post on the Applegate River Lavender website) please include:

Name, mobile phone, email address

Which date, June 23rd and/or July 14th, do you intend to paint?

Where you intend to paint? Artists at our farm will have food, drink, inside restrooms/rest areas – please let us know if you intend to paint here or stop by so we have enough supplies. 🙂

Can you deliver your painting to our barn from 4pm to 6pm on the day of the event?

Do you plan to attend the reception at 7pm? You (the artist) do not have to buy a ticket. There will be music, hors d’oeuvres and you will you will receive a ticket for a glass of wine – cash bar after that.

Will you have a guest/s with you at the reception?

[reception is a fundraiser for Ruch School, additional guests can order tickets here: June 23rd 7pm-9pm Fresh Paint Reception in the Art Barn Tickets – $25 and/or July 14th 7pm-9pm Fresh Paint Reception in the Art Barn Tickets – $25

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    AGA May-June Visual Arts News

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    Ashland Galleries
    May Visual Arts News

    May = Art Opportunities

    In this month’s AGA May Visual Art News, we’re excited to share a handful of fun and diverse art opportunities that are being offered this month—and next—to foster your inner creativity. 

    May Visual Arts News: Great Grey Owl, Oil on canvas by Terri Arino at Lithia Artisans Market in Ashland, Oregon
    Terri Arino, Great Grey Owl, Oil on Canvas

    Lithia Artisans Market
    Support Local Artists in Southern Oregon
    Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Join the Lithia Artisans Market and support local artists in Southern Oregon. Located on Calle Guanajuato in Downtown Ashland, come take a look at some of the finest work made by our talented artists and crafters. Featuring well over twenty individuals, there is everything from clothing and accessories, to pottery, photography, woodwork, and more.

    For those who are interested in participating, please click here for more information. 

    May Visual Arts News: Grants Pass Museum of Art - Corbin Brashear,
Needle Felting Turtles with Corbin Brashear. Image is of a needle felted turle by Corbin Brashear
    Corbin Brashear, Turtle, Needle Felt Sculpture

    Grants Pass Museum of Art
    Needle Felting Turtles with Corbin Brashear
    Saturday, June 3, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Join the Grants Pass Museum of Art and Corbin Brashear to learn more about creating sculptures using needle felting. In addition to discovering how to create fun shapes and forms, individuals will also learn how to add lots of fun colors and details. All materials will be provided and no experience is necessary. 

    For those who are interested in participating, please click here for more information. 

    Sarah F. Burns, Butler Perozzi Fountain in Ashland, Oil on Panel. Featured image for Schneider Museum of Art and Sarah F. Burns
Art Beyond Plein Air Painting Event, June 2023
    Sarah F. Burns, Butler Perozzi Fountain in Ashland, Oil on Panel

    Schneider Museum of Art and Sarah F. Burns
    Art Beyond Plein Air Painting Event Saturday, June 17, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Join the Schneider Museum of Art and Sarah F. Burns for Art Beyond’s Plein Air Painting Event at Lithia Park. Paint outdoors throughout the day while engaging with the general public and sharing more about concepts and processes. Even more exciting, the first thirty artists who register will be invited to show one piece that was created at the event at the Crystal Ballroom at the Ashland Springs Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, June 24 and June 25.

    For those who are interested in participating, please click here for more information. 

    GA May Visual Art News:  Pocket of Scraps, Mixed Media by Roxanne Evans Stout
    Roxanne Evans Stout, Pocket of Scraps, Mixed Media

    Roxanne Evans Stout
    Pocket of Scraps Flexible Dates and Times (Online Workshop)

    Join Roxanne Evans Stout to learn more about collage making using scraps of paper and fabric. Choosing a variety of textures, colors, and materials, individuals will cover small pieces of paper that are small enough to fit into a personalized and decorative pocket. 

    For those who are interested in participating, please click here for more information.

    AGA June Spotlight Artists

    Art & Soul Gallery

    Following the Circuitous Thread: Mixed Media Paintings by Eve Margo Withrow

    I take great delight in creating one-of-a-kind paintings using mixed media and collage materials. My paintings are magical, surrealistic, impressions reflecting the essential feeling ingredients of an experience or place. Many of my favorite and most exciting works are the result of finding creative solutions to things run amok a few times over. I play and adventure with my expressions, following threads here and there, thus entering the flow of my creative process; head and heart awake and in balance. – Eve Margo Withrow

    Eve Margo Withrow, Moonlit Grove, Mixed Media

    A reception will be held from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on June 4 during First Friday.

    Thursday and Sunday 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and by appointment.

    Address and Contact Information:
    247 East Main, Ashland, OR 97520

    Jay Gordon Art Studio

    After extensive forays into music as a professional acoustic and electric bassist, and medicine as a pediatrician, Jay decided in 2014 to devote herself to learning how to draw and paint, and since then has been constantly experimenting with all kinds of art, including portraiture, still life, figure drawing, illustration and printmaking. She is affiliated as a painter and illustrator with Enclave Studios and Gallery in Ashland.

    Jay Gordon, Botanicals, Acrylic

    Hours: Appointment Only

    Address and Contact Information:
    1661 Siskiyou Blvd #3
    Ashland, OR 97520

    Hanson Howard Gallery

    John/Robin Gumaelius & Robert Koch

    Robin and John Gumaelius, collaborating artists and husband and wife, create articulated human and birdlike sculptures. They combine ceramic, steel, and wood as they form highly inventive sculptures that are often comical or bizarre. Elements of children’s stories, religious icons, reliquaries, Medieval and Renaissance history, African skin decoration, and holy relics from Germany can be seen in their work.

    Gestural strokes and spontaneous marks collide with color blocks in Robert Koch’s narrative vignettes. Often prompted by found photographs, Koch takes the liberty to make his subjects humans or creatures inhabiting the same world. Having the appearance of quickness and even naiveté, Koch’s deft drawing skills mean each mark is playful and intentional at the same time.

    Robert Koch, Runaway, Acrylic on Panel

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

    Address and Contact Information:
    89 Oak Street
    Ashland, OR 97520

    Fiber Arts Collective

    In July 2020, Tanya Bemis gathered a group of fiber artists in Lithia Park to discuss the possibility of starting a Fiber Arts Collective in an available building in downtown Ashland. Out of that meeting, in the middle of a pandemic, an amazing community resource was born. In a short time it has become a creative inspiration to fiber and textile artists throughout the area, offering a fabric store and an art gallery space for fiber artisans in its Ashland location. Once the pandemic is over, the Fiber Arts Collective will offer classes and resources for the community. Meanwhile, it supports local social justice issues and encourages efforts to recycle and upcycle fiber resources.

    The work of approximately 30 artisans is featured. From sewing, dyeing, knitting, crocheting, embroidering, and felting to binding, collaging, painting, printing, stenciling, beading, and creating assemblage pieces, their artisans are hard at work adding beauty to the world.

    Julie Simon, Untitled, Fiber

    Wednesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Address and Contact Information:
    37 N 3rd Street
    Ashland, OR 97520

    The Ashland Gallery Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the visual arts in our communities.

    GPMA Art in the Garden Virtual Tour

    Art in the Garden

    Virtual Tour

    Art in the Garden has been a beloved event since its inception in 1996. This year we have a prepared a virtual tour for you.

    All of the gardens that were to be featured this year agreed to be on next year’s tour! We have included all eight gardens, plus 21 local artists’ work.

    To purchase artwork, simply contact the artist at the contact information they have provided.

    We hope you enjoy the “tour” and buy lots of art. Feel free to spread the word and share the fun.

    We look forward to seeing you at the 2021 Art in the Garden.

    Click here for the virtual tour:

    Art in the Garden Virtual Tour Book

    -Grants Pass Museum of Art


    Art Classes Summer 2019 – Grants Pass Museum of Art

    We now have two levels of pricing for classes.
     Museum members receive a $5 discount on all classes this year.
    To become a member or to renew a membership:

    Traditional Painting Techniques

    with Kristen O’Neill

    Saturday, June 29

    1 – 4 pm

    This class we will explore traditional painting techniques. We will start our paintings with an underpainting, then learn how to block in your painting, and add texture. Then we can use glazing, scumbling, and sgraffito. These will be taught in acrylic. Students will leave with a painting that uses all these techniques. We will be using a Renaissance palette of color. All levels are welcome!
    All materials provided.

    Basics of Watercolor

    with Terri Regotti

    Saturday, July 6

    1 – 4 pm

    The transparent quality and the illusion of light created by the artist with watercolors makes it a seductive and popular medium to work with. There are very specific techniques that one must learn and practice to become proficient with them. Through exploring watercolor exercises this class will introduce the student to the various techniques and possibilities of this versatile and beloved medium. At a later date, this workshop will have a follow up class in which students will paint a landscape of their choosing. Come and explore the delicate dance between paper, water and pigment.
    All materials provided.

    More summer classes coming soon!

    All class sign ups are considered final and refunds are not given. The Museum will give a full refund in the case of a class being cancelled.
    Unsure if your membership is active? Check in with the Museum staff by calling 541-479-3290, or email [email protected].

    Grants Pass Museum of Art | 229 SW G StGrants Pass, OR 97528

    The Rogue Valley Biennial Exhibit, Classes, Camps, and Employment Opportunities

    June 26 artblast Eileen Bowie
    Detail of “Linda’s Rain” by Eileen Bowie

    The Rogue Valley Biennial Exhibit Begins Friday, June 28

    small Miles Frode The Pool SharkIN THE MAIN GALLERY

    A Juried Exhibition of
    Contemporary Art

    June 28 – August 2, 2019

    Reception:  Friday,  July 19, 5:30-8:00 pm

    This biennial exhibit features artwork from local and regional artists, juried by David Masters and Janet Higgins. These new works present innovative, insightful, and thought provoking expressions of current events, art movements, or political issues. Exhibiting artists include Virginia Andrade, Bruce Bayard, Eileen Bowie, Susan Eileen Burnes, Ann DiSalvo, Pat Enos,
    Miles Frode, Tom Glassman, Frieda Golding, Jay Gordon, Kelly Gratton, Nomeca Hartwell, Garry Hood,
    Doug Iverson, Paul Jorizzo, Kristen Meriwether,
    Richard Newman, Kristen O’Neill, Allen Smith,
    Kim Sterling, Margaret Stermer-Cox, Joi Tripp,
    Cherri Van Syoc, Meri Aaron Walker, Zoë West,
    Eve Margo Withrow

    Miles Frode “The Pool Shark”​


    Drawing 101: Learning to See with David Terry
    All skill levels welcome Pencil and charcoal
    Tuesday-Thursday, July 16-18, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

    Whether you are a beginner wanting a good drawing foundation or an experienced artist wanting to sharpen your skills, David Terry will teach you traditional artist techniques to help you create drawings that accurately reflect what you see.

    MEMBERS $140 NON-MEMBERS $160 * Materials List
    Register Here >>

    See more adult classes HERE>>


    Mix it up! Art Expressions with Samar Dawisha
    for ages 6-10
    Tuesday-Friday, July 9-12, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

    In this exploratory class your child will be inspired to express themselves as an artist. Students will discover the endless possibilities of creating using pastels, watercolor, tempera paint, fabric, paper, and more!


    See more summer art campsHERE>>

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    Rogue Gallery is hiring two staff positions.  If you enjoy art, variety, and creativity, working at the Rogue Gallery may be a good fit for you!
    Art Education Program Manager
    See Details HERE>>

    Gallery Coordinator

    see Details HERE>>
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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 third Friday 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm.


    Rogue Gallery & Art Center
    40 S. Bartlett Street
    Medford, Oregon 97501

    Exhibits at Rogue Gallery for Third Friday June 21, 2019

    Third Friday Downtown Medford Art Walk

    Friday, June 21, 5:30 – 8:00 pm 40 South Bartlett Street Medford Oregon 97501 541-772-8118 






    Community Gallery

    Inspired by the East: Annual Art Movement Tribute

    June 7 – July 12, 2019


    Tom                Glassman Mural Detail Tashi Choling

    Tom Glassman, Mural Detail of Tashi Choling, Photograph

     Rogue Gallery artists created work with the inspiration of the art of the East. Artists used themes and styles from China, Japan, India, and other countries of the East. The exhibit includes oil, acrylics, watercolor, pen and ink, Chinese brush painting, pastels, fiber art, photography, and mixed media.

    Participating artists include Bruce Allen, Lynn Anderson, Susan Austin, Rachel Barrett, Linda Boutacoff, Hortense J. Bullock, John E. Bullock, Dawna Curler, Phyllis Earls, Cynthia Flowers, Tom Glassman, Jay Gordon, John Hawkins, Kim Hearon, Mary Hills, Zelpha Hutton, Jennifer Ivey, Sheryl Leblanc, Charles Lockridge, Susan Murphey, Janice Rosenberg, Barbara Schack, Pam Shay, Darlene Southworth, Daniel Verner, Walter Wirfs, & Charlotte L. Wirfs.


    Main Gallery

    Surface and Structures: Paintings by Cammy Davis and Sculpture by Nadine Gay

    May 10 – June 21, 2019

    The last day to view this very popular exhibit is June 21.


    Cammy Davis Give Me One Reason

    Cammy Davis, Give Me One Reason, Acrylic

    The Surface and Structures exhibit features abstract artist Cammy Davis and sculptor Nadine Gay. Cammy Davis paints bold large abstract acrylic paintings. Nadine Gay is a multi-media artist who creates whimsical and contemplative ceramic figurative sculptures. The exhibit is a juxtaposition of large, textured, color enriched canvases with sculpture that is figurative, spiritual, and at times delicate. Each artists’ work is beautifully complemented by the other.


    Cammy Davis is a Jacksonville artist who has been featured at fine art galleries between Seattle and Palm Springs. She has developed art tutorial videos and music art videos. Cammy studied fine art at the University of Idaho and has a degree in Interior Design from Bellevue College in Washington. Cammy has been deeply influenced by her childhood experiences of growing up in the woods. She spent her youth making sword fern teepees and treehouses from material of the land. The lifestyle was simple and creative. Her youth instilled in her a resourceful and creative spirit that is present in her abstract paintings. She resides in Jacksonville.


    Nadine Gay was born and raised in France and came to the United States in the 1970’s. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Art from the Pratt Institute. Nadine has taught art in various programs from kindergarten to college, prisons to psychiatric hospitals, and classes for adults. In 2016, she retired from teaching art and moved to the Rogue Valley to concentrate on her art. She describes her work as a playful conversation between her dreams, images and the materials she uses to create. Her work is often process oriented, as Nadine explains, “Stories emerge, the child in me delights in what comes to life. My work connects me with a fantasy world, a waking dream-space.” She has exhibited in France and throughout the US.

    Refreshments from Harry & David will be served at the reception.

    Take A Peek At Featured Guest Artists Appearing At SOPA 2019!

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    News and Call to Artists ~ Art Presence Art Center

    Art Presence Art Center News


    Author Reading

    Art Presence Art Center invites you to join Susan Wrona as she reads from her book of poetry, “Radiant Cup”.  This is on June 14th at 5:00 in the classroom at Art Presence Art Center at 206 North 5th Street in Jacksonville.  Refreshments will be served.  Call 541-941-7057 for more information.

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    Art Presence Art Center’s 2019 call to artists for October Imaginarium show is on! This year’s theme is Mischief & Magic.  Both 2D and 3D artwork welcome for the main gallery show and artisan pieces in the same theme for the Galleria. Application fee is $30, and the deadline is Thursday, August 1, 2019. This […]

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    Our mailing address is:

    Art Presence Art Center

    206 North 5th Street
    P.O. Box 185

    JacksonvilleOR 97530