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Join The Excitement & Discover Daniel Smith Primatek Colors!

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NEW WC Workshop! Great Blue Heron with Daniel Smith Primatek Colors!

Watercolor Exploration Workshop Series with Katrina Meister

When: Thursday, September 19, 2019
Where: Central Art
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Fee: $45 *Space is limited. Pre-registration required. Payment is required at time of registration.

Katrina has teamed up with Central Art to create the Watercolor Exploration Workshop Series! Each class is focused on supplies or techniques, all materials are included in the cost of the class, and you will have some to take home to continue on your own!

Our next will be using some of Daniel Smith’s Primatek colors, paints made from ground stones and minerals, they have a great granular quality!  We’ll be painting a beautiful Great Blue Heron in this workshop!

Contact Katrina 541-601-7221 for more information, and call or stop by Central Art 541-773-1444 to sign up!

Pre-registration is required. Payment is

required at time of registration.

 

Call 541-773-1444 or visit us in-store

at Central Art to reserve your spot today!

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Art du Jour September 2019 Third Friday Art Walk

Art du Jour Gallery
213 E. Main Street
Medford, OR 97501
(541) 770-3190
OPEN Tues – Sat., 10AM – 4PM
Portrait Slam exhibit at Art du Jour through September.  Roy Musitelli photo 9/10/19

Portrait Slam exhibit at Art du Jour through September. Roy Musitelli photo 9/10/19

Art du Jour Gallery, 213 E. Main Street in Medford is currently featuring a black & white exhibit of portraiture from Portrait Slam, a group of local photographers who have collaborated to create “Bridging Generational Perspectives” to be our featured wall exhibit through September.  In our Salon Sheri Dinardi’s two-month exhibit continues to the end of the month.  For Third Friday, September 20th, 5pm-8pm we are happy to welcome back harpist Kathy Yeoman to entertain with some new material a mix of soothing sounds. Snacks and beverage will be served. For further updates go to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ArtduJourGallery).

Featured Exhibit Portrait Slam

Based in Medford, Portrait Slam is an event-based organization fostering creative community, collaboration and creativity, is our featured exhibit for September.  Photographers involved in the exhibit are: Brielle Alden, Aaron Alden, Rachel Lindsey Routh, Tom Pitts, Travis Toll, Debra Thornton Photography & Rebel Louise Photography.

On June 9th, Portrait Slam organized a special photo shoot featuring six photographers, Tiffany Walker of ReFashion Consignment, and residents of Ashland’s Skylark Assisted Living & Memory Care facility. Facilitated by activity director Jeremy Johnson and his staff, the afternoon was spent in creative collaboration, laughter, storytelling, and bridging generational perspectives. Each resident modeled clothing and accessories provided and shared with the photographer’s own unique style, personality and perspective. Portrait Slam chose to present these images in black and white to emphasize that each contribution – both resident and photographer – while beautiful as an individual work of art, is also inextricably connected a more powerful whole.

For more information on this group of artists call: (541) 690-9293.

Guest Artist Sheri Dinardi in Salon through September

"Crystal Earring" by Sheri Dinardi

“Crystal Earring” by Sheri Dinardi… image provided by artist

On her website Sheri writes: “Painting for me is an expression of life. Simple everyday beauty surrounds us. I am especially moved by light, whether it is the rising sun or light spilling across the form of a person. As primarily a painter of people, I enjoy the unique privilege of standing before a beautiful living human being. It is there that you observe the beauty of the colors of light, warm and cool tones spilling over the form. Beyond the imagery is the person hood of the model that seems to emanate into the room. How does one capture it all with mere paint on a blank canvas? There is our challenge… to communicate life and beauty to our viewers. As a artist I desire to paint images that bring joy, inspiration and a sense of hope to the viewer. Most importantly, I hope to express the beauty of creation in such a way as to honor our Creator who gives us life and breath; and inspires me every day with His amazing masterpieces.”

Art du Jour gallery August and September 2019 guest artist Sheri Dinardi.

Art du Jour gallery August and September 2019 guest artist Sheri Dinardi. Photo by Roy Musitelli 8/8/19

It is a distinct honor to have a painter of Sheri’s calibre exhibiting in our Salon. For more information on this artist please go to: http://sheridinardi.fineartstudioonline.com/

Calling All Rogue Valley Artists!!!

Art du Jour continues to actively seek new artists living in the Rogue Valley region who would like to join our co-operative and display their work to the Medford community. Membership includes an active role in the Art in Bloom festival in May, as well as our monthly Third Friday event. Media to be juried for membership includes pottery, sculpture, photography and jewelry.  Contact the gallery by email at [email protected], or log into our website (www.artdujourgallery.com) for full membership information.

 

Call to Artists for the Seventh Annual Angels Show

Call to Artists for the Seventh Annual Angels Show at Art Presence Art Center, December 2019

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Important Changes!

We have decided that, because our call to artists went out later than intended, we needed to make sure we allow artists more time to prepare their works for the show. Therefore, we will return to last year’s format, exhibiting the Angels Show in December only.

Here are the changes to several important dates:

  • Submission Deadline is now November 18th.
  • Artwork drop-off dates are now November 23, 24 and 25th.
  • We will hang the show on Thursday, December 5th.
  • The show opens on Friday, December 6th.
  • Reception is now Saturday, December 7th, from 1–3 pm.
  • Closing date is still Sunday, December 29th.

We thank the artists who have already submitted their entries and apologize for the sudden change.

“Angel on High,” by Katherine Bird, from the 2018 Angels show.

Show Us Your Angels!

We seek your INTERPRETATION of angels in your choice of medium and style. You are not limited to the traditional or religious styles commonly seen this time of year. The amazing variety of angels in various mediums, styles and techniques in past shows has drawn many favorable comments from attendees and patrons. We prefer new angels, but gladly invite prior years’ artists and their angels to return.

We have some pedestals to accommodate freestanding 3D angels but you should be prepared to bring your own. For 2D art, there is a limit of 2 pieces with a maximum dimension of 48 inches each.

Submissions are not technically juried, but we do review and prioritize them in the event we run out of space. If this occurs, new angels will have priority over repeat entries. Painting a new angel for this year’s show? Reply to this email to notify us as soon as possible! Please include the approximate dimensions of your piece(s).

Please fill out the application form below. Right click, then save the image and print. Submit with images of your angel art to gallery director Anne Brooke at [email protected]. Anne will be happy to answer any questions not addressed on the form.

THANK YOU!

We can’t wait to see your angels.

Please forward and share with artist friends and fellow members of artist groups who might like to participate. We also invite you to share it in your newsletters, online announcements and artist group meetings.

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Southern Society of Artists (SOSA) Meets September 23rd

The  Southern Society of Artists (SOSA) meeting will be held at the Medford Public Library  on September 23, at 7 PM.

Library doors close at 7 so we suggest 6:45 pm.  Our Guest Speaker will be Tony Antonides talking about the Dutch Masters, Camera Obscura and other tools. Refreshments will be served. Guests welcome. Well behaved young people included. 
Questions call Judy Grillo at 541-625-3285 or Mindy Wallace at 541- 423-5122

Ashland’s First Friday Art Walk, September 6, 2019

Join us for the First Friday Art Walk festivities! 

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Ashland Gallery Association Exhibit Openings & Artist Receptions

First Friday Art Walk, September 6th from 5 to 8 pm

Stroll the galleries and take in the visual delights in downtown Ashland and the Historic Railroad District.  Venture further to explore out-skirting galleries!  Enjoy this free year-round community event, filled with a diverse array of artwork, live music, artist demonstrations, refreshments and lively conversation! 

For more information about all of our exhibits and to download the September Gallery Tour map, please visit: www.ashlandgalleries.com  

Thank you for your support of the Visual Arts in our communities!

 

AGA September Spotlight Exhibits

Ashland Art Works

From the Ground Up – Clay and Wood Artistry

Featuring Bonnie Morgan & John Weston

Our Featured Artists this month are Bonnie Morgan and John Weston, highlighting Bonnie’s beautiful functional and decorative ceramics with John’s luscious wood furniture and cutting boards.

Bonnie has been working in clay for many years. Currently along with her functional work she is exploring Terra Sigillata and smoke patterns that are created during the post firing process. Creating decorative and functional pottery has been the cornerstone of her work. Bonnie enjoys making a full range of functional work including mugs, bowls, serving platters, trays, vases and teapots. Bonnie’s goal is to create pottery that can enrich and celebrate our lives.

John Weston will present his latest custom furniture pieces and assorted craft items utilizing primarily local hardwoods. John has been a member of Ashland Art Works for twelve years. Becoming a part of a cooperative of artists has inspired John to stretch his woodworking and to combine form with function. His work highlights the natural beauty found in wood and is of a quality to provide generations of use and enjoyment.

Meet the artists at First Friday Art Walk Sept 6th – 5:00 to 8:00 pm.

Bonnie Morgan, Teapot - Functional ceramics

Bonnie Morgan, Teapot – Functional ceramics

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Robert Schlegel, painting & Penelope Dews, ceramic sculpture

September 6th – October 1st

Artist Reception: September 6th, 5-8 pm

Bob Schlegel creates images that possess tension between the representational and the abstract. He paints in the studio and plein aire from preliminary sketches in charcoal, pencil and oil pastel and takes reference photographs as necessary. Drawing is the foundation for his work, he is tenacious with the sketch whether it be life-drawing session or in the field. Through line, contrast, texture, color and composition he explores form and shape where things in the natural world and things that are made by man collide.

Penelope Dews graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1984 with a BFA in Ceramic Sculpture.  She works in her studio in Ashland, OR and produces work to fire in a large Anagama wood fire kiln in the Umpqua Valley.  An ancient technique, the Anagama kiln produces ash and volatile salts which settle on the pieces and create a natural ash glaze.  Penelope uses the tone and texture unique to this process to create richly earth toned characters and objects.  This gives the pieces an ancient, stone like surface. Ranging from realistic to whimsical, these animals exude peaceful, playful expressions with a touch of the mysterious.

Robert Schlegel, Houses on Water, acrylic on canvas

Robert Schlegel, Houses on Water, acrylic on canvas

Photographers’ Gallery (Ashland Art Center)

The Sentinel of the Forest – Photography by Dan Elster

Local photographer Dan Elster’s new show, The Sentinel of the Forest, opens at The Photographer’s Gallery at the Ashland Art Center on Friday, September 6 for the First Friday Art Walk and continues through the month of September.

Northern Spotted Owls are perhaps the Pacific Northwest’s best-known wildlife species.  In the early 1990’s they were listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.  Logging operations were suddenly curtailed and many even shut down.  To the logging communities, the owl became a symbol for government overreach and economic hardship.  To the environmentalist, spotted owls represented man’s irresponsible stewardship of the environment.  Northern Spotted Owl populations continue to decline and the long-term survival of the species is questionable.

 

In July of 2019, I accompanied a wildlife biologist in southern Oregon.  I was rewarded with a couple of the most memorable encounters to date with Strix occidentalis caurina.  I hope these images will help you see Northern Spotted Owls for what they are, (fascinating, beautiful, majestic creatures), not a symbol of a bitter political argument that has gone on for decades.

 

Dan Elster is a wildlife photographer based in Ashland, Oregon. He hopes his images serve as reminders that we don’t own the earth, we share it.

Dan Elster, Owl photograph

Dan Elster, Owl photograph

Oak Leaf Studio

The Importance of Water, pastel paintings by Leif Trygg

Water, with its reflective light properties, can be a major influence in landscape art and especially so in the pastel paintings of Ashland artist Leif Trygg at Oak Leaf Studio. Trygg’s new work Stone Bridge San Francisco is featured this month along with pictures of rivers, streams, waterfalls and the ocean. The new pastel is of Stowe Lake in Golden Gate Park.

 Also on view is a small collection of dramatic Pacific Northwest photographs from Bend photographer Bob Trygg that feature water as well.

Fall Print Sale September is Oak Leaf Studio’s annual Fall print sale with all Leif Trygg prints 25% off their original price. This includes framed and loose prints.

Trygg, “Lagoon” pastel painting

Trygg, “Lagoon” pastel painting

 

Please see attached “Spotlight Exhibits” and the September Gallery Tour Map.

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Restful Productivity with Anna Elkins

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

This holiday reminds me of my goal of restful productivity. I still fail at it—often and miserably—but I keep practicing.

In early spring, I was trying really, really hard to take one day off each week. One chilly, Sabbath afternoon, I cozied up with tea and a stack of art books, and I had an idea. That idea became The Word-Painting Project: a subscription series of ten little poem-paintings of encouragement. I created one each day during a June writing retreat, made prints of the ten designs, and then mailed each batch to subscribers every week for ten weeks over the summer. Despite some postal glitches, it was fun to do, and I was heartened to receive photos of people’s prints lining their window sills and hanging on their walls. It was like one, big encouragement loop!

That project culminated in a salon & exhibit at the end of my recent writing residency in San Francisco. In fact, I mailed the last batch of prints from the mailbox on the street corner near the Noe Valley studio where I stayed. That was a lovely feeling.

I often have to encourage myself to rest. Paradoxically, from that place of rest comes the ideas and energy for the work that I love and love to share.

In the spirit of sharing, I’d like to give you a free print—that Word-Painting at the top of this newsletter. You can download it here. Print it, share it—whatever you like!

My residency was at the wonderful, new WordSpaceStudios in San Francisco. While there, I was able to finally gather together the ideas for a little nonfiction project that had been simmering away in a file for years. And so, while my poetry manuscript is off looking for a home, I am finishing up Living Large on Little: How a Poet Sees Limitation as Invitation. You can find a teaser from the intro on my Wordbody blog. And save the date this November 9 for a multi-level celebration (5-7 pm at Miners’ Bazaar in Jacksonville). More info to come.

And then…

…last but certainly not least, we were thrilled to release the anthology, Deep Travel: Souvenirs from the Inner JourneyWe held the launch the night before the annual Travel Writers & Photographers Conference at the flagship BookPassage in Corte Madera, California. The book compiles writings from five years of workshops and 44 contributors…16 of whom traveled to read for the launch (they’re pictured above). It was a big labor of love to help gather these voices together, but so very worth it.

I could sum up this summer in two words: labor & play. Here’s to creating space in both to rest and dream.

With joy,

Anna

Upcoming

Vignettes in the Vineyard

Friday, 11 October, 3-5 pm at Red Lily Vineyards (Applegate Valley, OR) This third annual writing workshop is back! I’ll be teaching the same course, so if you missed it in the past, join me this year during the peak of autumn leaves in the iconic Red Lily barn.
 Deep Travel Mexico

16-22 January 2020 (Yelapa, Mexico) It’s a winter tradition! This will be our fifth workshop of writing and practicing the art of tranquilo in a car-free village on the Bay of Banderas. Register at DeepTravelWorkshops.com.


Deep Travel Paris

4-10 April 2020 (Paris, France) We’re thrilled to hold our first workshop in the City of Light! Get ready to spend time in the parks, museums, and cafés of this delicious city that always inspires the artist’s life. Register at DeepTravelWorkshops.com.

 

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Art du Jour Gallery #SkyLarkSlam, Sheri Dinardi, and Call For Artists

Art du Jour Gallery
213 E. Main Street
Medford, OR 97501
(541) 770-3190
OPEN Tues – Sat., 10AM – 4PM
September 2019
#SkyLarkSlam black and white photography exhibit

Art du Jour Gallery, 213 E. Main Street in Medford will be featuring a black & white exhibit of portraiture from Portrait Slam, a group of local photographers who have collaborated with residents from Ashland’s Skylark Assisted Living & Memory Care to create “#SkyLarkSlam” to be our featured wall exhibit through September.  In our Salon Sheri Dinardi’s two-month exhibit will also continue to the end of the month.  For updates to Third Friday (September 20th, 5pm-8pm) and other future events see our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ArtduJourGallery).

Featured Artists Portrait Slam

The black & white photography exhibit with the residents of Skylark Assisted Living & Memory Care are the product of Brielle Alden, Aaron Alden, Rachel Lindsey Routh, Tom Pitts, Travis Toll, Debra Thornton Photography & Rebel Louise Photography.

For more information on this group see their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/portraitslams/.

Guest Artist Sheri Dinardi in Salon through September

“Crystal Earring” by Sheri Dinardi… image provided by artist

On her website Sheri writes: “Painting for me is an expression of life. Simple everyday beauty surrounds us. I am especially moved by light, whether it is the rising sun or light spilling across the form of a person. As primarily a painter of people, I enjoy the unique privilege of standing before a beautiful living human being. It is there that you observe the beauty of the colors of light, warm and cool tones spilling over the form. Beyond the imagery is the person hood of the model that seems to emanate into the room. How does one capture it all with mere paint on a blank canvas? There is our challenge… to communicate life and beauty to our viewers. As a artist I desire to paint images that bring joy, inspiration and a sense of hope to the viewer. Most importantly, I hope to express the beauty of creation in such a way as to honor our Creator who gives us life and breath; and inspires me every day with His amazing masterpieces.”

Art du Jour gallery August 2019 guest artist Sheri Dinardi. Photo by Roy Musitelli 8/8/19

It is a distinct honor to have a painter of Sheri’s calibre exhibiting in our Salon. For more information on this artist please go to: http://sheridinardi.fineartstudioonline.com/

Calling All Rogue Valley Artists!!!

Art du Jour is still actively seeking new artists living in the Rogue Valley region who would like to join our co-operative and display their work to the Medford community. Membership includes an active role in the Art in Bloom festival in May, as well as our monthly Third Friday event. Media to be juried for membership includes pottery, sculpture, photography and jewelry.  Contact the gallery by email at [email protected], or log into our website (www.artdujourgallery.com) for full membership information.

Josephine County Artists Association 2019 Membership Show and Dinner

Josephine County Artists Association 2019 Membership Show

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Best of Show Award…..$50 Cash Award Members Choice Award…..$25 Gift Certificate for Central Art

Members- Get your artwork ready for our Membership Show

October 3, 2019

Dinner and Show at the Taprock Northwest Grill Cost: $20 – includes Buffet Dinner and gratuity

Money for tickets must be received by September 21st and will be available at our September 5th Meeting or by mail to the

JCAA PO Box

No entry fee for this show….only JCAA Members can enter Guests are welcome to attend the dinner and critique – Cost $20

Judge: Charlotte Peterson

Registration: 5:30 – 6:00 PM No paintings will be accepted after 6:00 PM Dinner: 6:00 – 7:00 PM Buffet
Awards and Critique: 7:00 – 8:30 PM

Each member can enter one painting that has not been previously entered in any JCAA Show. Paintings entered in this show will not be eligible for entry in the Spring Show.
The following are the categories for this show:

Advanced Intermediate Beginner/Classwork

The judge will determine the first, second, third and honorable mention awards for each category. The judge will also select Best of Show.

The JCAA membership will select the award for Members’ Choice.

Josephine County Artists Association

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    1440 Parkdale Drive, Grants Pass, OR

Promoting the interest and development of the arts for its members and the community. Monthly meetings include guest artist demonstrations. Activities include the annual Spring Show, Luncheon and Critique, the Fall Membership Show and Plein aire outings. Monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month except July & August. Time: Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec 1:00PM–3:00 PM; Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov 6:30PM–8:30PM.

Roni Marsh & Cheryl Magellen Teaching Creative Underpainting at Central Art 9/7

Bring Your Creative Strengths To The Surface With This New Class!

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CREATIVE UNDERPAINTING

with Instructors: Roni Marsh & Cheryl Magellen 

When: Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019

Where: Central Art

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Fee: $60. Absolute beginners welcome!

Space is limited. Pre-registration required.
For more info: 541-944-8734 or www.cmagellen.com/workshops

Roni Marsh and Cheryl Magellen join together once again to bring you a new one-day workshop guaranteed to keep you excited about creating art!

 

With an emphasis on design and composition, participants will learn to create unique surfaces using numerous textures and painting techniques. Work in pastel, oil, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, graphite, or all of the above. Whether you have painted before or are an accomplished artist, this workshop will keep you inspired to produce more and more art!

 

Supply list provided at registration.

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CoCA to Present Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme

The Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), is pleased to announce our upcoming show, Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme, in partnership with REFRACT.   This show will be opening Oct. 3rd through Nov. 23rd and feature all women flameworkers from the Pacific Northwest and is in keeping with CoCA’s 2019 mission to amplify women and femme-identified voices. CoCA will be hosting an opening reception Thurs Oct. 3rd from 6 – 9PM, we hope to see you there!

“​Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme​” shifts its focal point to the experiences and artistic vision of womxn glass artists in a male-dominated medium

CoCA PR Ceci PosseImage Photo Credit Alec Miller

Posse by Patricia Davidson (photo credit: Alec Miller).

Opening October 3, Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) presents a group show, ​Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme. ​A partner organization with “Refract: The Seattle Glass Experience,” the show seeks to empower the skill and work of womxn flameworkers from the Pacific Northwest alongside Seattle’s luminaries of glass art. The exhibit furthers CoCA’s 2019 dedication to advancing original works by femme-identifying artists.

Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme will include artwork by Patricia Davidson, Lisa’s Pieces, Blossom Glass, Karen Buhler, Shayla Behrman, Danielle Guthrie, Erin Bourguignon, Tammy Baller, Lacey Walton, and Amber Pellegrini.

Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme is the second iteration of a previous show from CoCA, Ceci N’est pas une Pipe: Flameworking on the Brink of Legalization​, which focused on the effects of the 2012 passing of Initiative 502, legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. This second revival of CoCA’s November 2013 glass show now shifts its focal point to the experiences and artistic vision of womxn in a male-dominated arts field.

Refract is the nation’s newest festival showcasing creative uses of glass in the Pacific Northwest. Hosted by Chihuly Garden and Glass in partnership with Visit Seattle, this inaugural event brings together more than 50 artists and art organizations to showcase what makes the glass community so special.

CoCA is a nonprofit gallery that ​serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of Contemporary Art. ​This is the sixth show in the 2019 exhibition season, a year dedicated to amplifying female-identified voices and themes. #fightsilence

​Ceci N’est Pas une Pipe d’un Homme Exhibition dates: ​October 3 – November 23, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 3, 6 – 9PM

Exhibition and all events at CoCA in Pioneer Square: 114 Third Avenue South, Seattle, 98104 Public ​gallery hours: Thursday – Saturday, 10am – 5PM

 
An exhibit that seeks healing for mothers forcibly separated from their children while imprisoned, and creates greater awareness of unjust conditions during and post-incarceration.

Visit the CoCA Digital Archive 1981-2019