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September 20th Rogue Gallery Exhibits for Downtown Medford’s Third Friday

       

 

 

 Rogue Gallery exhibits for Downtown Medford’s Third Friday

Friday, September 20, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

 

In the Community Gallery

Exhibit Reception: Scenes from the City: Paintings by Desmond Serratore

August 30 – October 4, 2019

Rogue Valley artist Desmond Serratore is a plein air painter working in oil, capturing urban and rural landscapes in his impressionistic style. This exhibit showcases familiar scenes from southern Oregon, from around town and out to the coast.

Desmond Serratore learned to paint working as a commercial artist. He is a member of the Artists Workshop, the Southern Oregon Artists Guild, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center, Art Presence in Jacksonville, the Southern Oregon Society of Artists and the Ashland Gallery Association. This year he was awarded a Grant from The Haines & Friends Fund. His work elicits feelings of nostalgia and connection. Serratore says his paintings are his record of times past and present, capturing the ever changing landscape of our surroundings. He describes his work and his process, “Utilizing quick, abstract strokes of color, line and texture, I create abstract impressions of concrete images.”

Desmond Serratore, Jacksonville

Desmond Serratore, Jacksonville

In the Members’ Gallery

New Work from Rogue Gallery Members

September 6 – December 19, 2019

 

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center presents new artwork in our Members’ Gallery. Three times a year Rogue Gallery members submit work to be juried for exhibit in the Members’ Gallery. Over 90 works of art by 41 artists are exhibited in this gallery space. Artwork includes watercolor, acrylic, and oil paintings, pastels, photography, and collage. Exhibiting artists are John Bullock, Hortense Bullock, Katy Cauker, Val Dann, Nancy Darte, Phyllis Earls, Kim Faucher, Richard Fox, Peggie Foy, Tom Glassman, Phyllis Gustafson, Claire Harkins, Nomeca Hartwell, John Hawkins, Kim Hearon, Linda Henning, Anna Hinkle, Marilyn Hurst, Joan Johnson-Deal, Paul Jorizzo, Susan Krempa, Judy Benson LaNier, Susan Lehman, Shahnaz LeRoy, Mary Ann Schofield-Macey, Jean Mailander, Vivian McAleavey, Linda Meerten, Vera Melnyk, Kathy Morawiec, Charlotte Peterson, Allan M. Rowell, Taffy Shahbozian, Pam Shay, Darlene Southworth, Kim Sterling, Greg Thweatt, Cherri Van Syoc, Zoë West, Charlotte Wirfs, and Eve Margo Withrow.

Greg Thweatt “Distractions”, oil

Greg Thweatt “Distractions”, oil

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

For more information contact:

Kim Hearon, Executive Director

541-772-8118

[email protected]

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts in the Rogue Valley. The center exhibits a wide range of artistic styles and mediums from local and national artists. Programming includes art educational opportunities for children and adults. 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.Call (541)772-8118 for more info or visit www.roguegallery.org.

Rogue Gallery Art Blast September 13, 2019

Sept 13 artblast Mary Ann Schofield-Macey
Detail of Scenic Oregon Coast by Mary Ann Schofield-Macey, acrylic

NEW DISPLAY THIS FRIDAY, September 13

IN THE MEMBERS GALLERY

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Evernia Prunastria 1 by Nancy Darte, oil

Reception: Friday, September 20, 5:30-8:00 pm
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center presents new artwork in our Members’ Gallery. Three times a year Rogue Gallery members submit work to be juried for exhibit in the Members’ Gallery. Over 90 works of art by 41 artists are exhibited in this gallery space. Artwork includes watercolor, acrylic, and oil paintings, pastels, photography, collage, and sculpture.

Exhibiting artists are John Bullock, Hortense Bullock, Katy Cauker, Val Dann, Nancy Darte, Phyllis Earls, Kim Faucher, Richard Fox, Peggie Foy, Tom Glassman, Phyllis Gustafson, Claire Harkins, Nomeca Hartwell, John Hawkins, Kim Hearon, Linda Henning, Anna Hinkle, Marilyn Hurst, Joan Johnson-Deal, Paul Jorizzo, Susan Krempa, Judy Benson LaNier, Susan Lehman, Shahnaz LeRoy, Mary Ann Schofield-Macey, Jean Mailander, Vivian McAleavey, Linda Meerten, Vera Melnyk, Kathy Morawiec, Charlotte Peterson, Allan M. Rowell, Taffy Shahbozian, Pam Shay, Darlene Southworth, Kim Sterling, Greg Thweatt, Cherri Van Syoc, Zoë West, Charlotte Wirfs, and Eve Margo Withrow.

View online here>>

UPCOMING ADULT CLASSES

Collage Workshop with Penda Diakité150 penda diakite
All skill levels welcome
Saturday, September 28, 1 pm-3 pm
Penda Diakité will present a workshop on her unique collage process. Diakité’s mixed media collage is comprised of spray paint, acrylic and paper. This blend of modern and classic media reflect the traditional and contemporary themes of her work. By cutting pieces from old and new aspects of her culture, she is able to create art pieces that tell a story about identity and humankind.

Penda Diakité is a rising star in the art world. Her solo exhibition ‘Made in America’ was sponsored by a Dean Collection grant from Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz. It showed at the Substrate gallery in Los Angeles, where she is based. Penda’s professional pursuits include art, film, and running her art inspired fashion line PendaWear. She grew up between Mali, West Africa and Portland, Oregon. She earned a BFA in Film/Video and a minor in Cultural Studies from the California Institute of the Arts.

The Cutting Edge: Collages by Penda Diakité & Ceramics by Baba Wagué Diakité is showing at Rogue Gallery, September 27-November 8.
See her website here: www.pendadiakite.com

WORKSHOP COST $35  Register Here >>

Practical Writing for Artists with James di Properzio150 James Di Properzio
All skill levels welcome
All media welcome
Saturday, September 28, 10 am–12 pm
No one goes into visual arts for writing, but every working artist needs to write artist’s statements, artwork titles, short biographies, class descriptions, and announcements. In this class brush up your writing skills with clear concise prose that expresses who you are as an artist.

James di Properzio has been a professional writer and editor for over 20 years, and also writes poetry and fiction. He taught Philosophy at Emory University while working on a PhD. He also enjoys sumi-e painting, figure drawing, and sculpture. He has volunteered teaching creative writing to young people for several years.

MEMBERS $35, NON-MEMBERS $40

See more Fall Adult Classes HERE>>

See Fall Youth Classes HERE>>

ROGUE GALLERY CALL TO ARTISTS

Rogue Gallery’s 2019 Auction ROMAN HOLIDAY
Drop-off date is Tuesday, October 1, 10 am-5 pm

Member artists are invited to bring in one work based on the theme Roman Holiday to sell at our annual auction. The auction will be held Saturday, October 19 at 5 pm at the Rogue Valley Country Club. Please read the submission guidelines HERE>>

Download the fillable form: Auction Piece Info & Artist Agreement and Art Label

CALL TO ARTISTS FROM ART PRESENCE

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 here>>. 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.

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center Main Gallery Exhibit Strokes of Light

        

 

STROKES OF LIGHT:

Photographs by Kristen Beck, Rich Bergeman, Jim Curtis, Nomeca Hartwell, & Paul Jorizzo

August 9–September 20, 2019 reception: Friday, August 16, 5:30–8pm

Nomeca Hartwell Selma Storm

Nomeca Hartwell “Selma Storm”

Northwest artists Kristen Beck, Rich Bergeman, Jim Curtis, Nomeca Hartwell, & Paul Jorizzo use cameras to explore their individual visions. This exhibit represents the diverse approach of photography in art. Images include mysterious landscapes, celestial night skies, abstract architecture, and people of foreign lands.

Nomeca Hartwell Lake Selmac Moon_Stars_and Jupiter

Nomeca Hartwell “Lake Selmac Moon, Stars, and Jupiter”

Kristen Beck has lived in the Rogue Valley for the past forty years. She loves taking pictures, capturing that blink in time.  Her photography includes street photography, astrophotography to abandoned sites, landscapes and wildlife.  She believes you can finds beauty in everything if you just look. Rich Bergeman has been creating photographic works for over thirty years. He has used all manner of cameras and processes including silver, platinum, and Polaroid to pinhole. He now works in the infrared spectrum. Jim Curtis has a BA in Art and Industrial art from California State University at Fresno. His inspiration in this exhibit is from the dock at Port Orford on the Oregon Coast. He seeks to presents abstract images that emerge from the chaffed, rusted hulls and rudders of the ships in the port. Nomeca Hartwell has worked with a camera for over sixty years. For twenty-eight years, she worked at the Fire Lookout in the Southwest District of Oregon. The remote location of the Fire Lookout gave her time to practice her photographic skills and experience wonderful sunrises and sunsets. Paul Jorizzo explores places that are less traveled. His images were taken in remote areas of Ethiopia, Bolivia, Vietnam, and Kiribati. Through his travels, he seeks to know more about the local peoples’ culture and their daily life. His experiences in these locations have reinforced his perceptions of the sincerity and generosity among the people who have a simpler way of living.

Jim Curtis_Tsunami III

Jim Curtis “Tsunami III”

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

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

ROGUE VALLEY BIENNIAL
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”​

CLASSES IN THE ROGUE STUDIO


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>>

UPCOMING SUMMER CAMPS

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!
MEMBERS $110 NON-MEMBERS $130, ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED

SIGN UP HERE>>

See more summer art campsHERE>>

Summer Camps Sponsor: 

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ROGUE GALLERY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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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Call the Gallery for more info: (541) 772-8118

Check out more fun activities at: www.roguegallery.org

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

www.roguegallery.org 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.

Reception at Rogue Gallery, May 17, 2019 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Reception for Main Gallery and Community Gallery Exhibit

Friday, May 17, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Cammy Davis Give Me One Reason

Cammy Davis Give Me One Reason

Main Gallery – “Surface and Structures: Paintings by Cammy Davis and Sculpture by Nadine Gay”

May 10–June 21, 2019

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 holds 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.

Community Gallery New Exhibit – “Finding Form: Paintings by Katy Cauker “

April 19 – May 31, 2019

Katy Cauker_A Favorite Place

Katy Cauker’s paintings explore the shape and form of water and the farmlands that surround her home in the Rogue Valley. Katy has expressionistic, lively, vigorous brushstrokes in her paintings of waterways and open fields. She paints in acrylic, oil, and gouache. She states, “Many of my paintings explore the shape and form of water, and by extension, now, the agricultural lands that surround my home in the Rogue Valley. Searching for the shapes that best express my relationship to water and our communal and individual responsibilities to preserve our environment and protect our water is at the core of my world as an artist.” Katy resides in Jacksonville.

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

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts in the Rogue Valley. The center exhibits a wide range of artistic styles and mediums from local and national artists. Programming includes art educational opportunities for children and adults. 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. Call (541)772-8118 for more info or visit www.roguegallery.org.

 

Rogue Gallery Annual Meeting May 9th, Calls to Artists, and More

Annual Meeting artblast
ANNUAL MEETING
THURSDAY, MAY 9, 5:30 PM
Interested in the financial health of your gallery?
Join us in the Main Gallery for the Annual Members’ Meeting

Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 5:30

There will be a powerpoint and snacks

ROGUE STUDIO ON LOCATION
Plein Air at Lone Ranch with Silvia Trujillo
Saturday May 4th, 9am-3pm

Beginning through advanced painters welcome. All media welcome.
Enjoy the beautiful weather and experience painting and drawing in the great outdoors. Get some vitamin D while painting the beautiful surroundings of Alpacas at Lone Ranch in Eagle Point, Oregon. Landscape artist Silvia Trujillo will guide you in depicting the beauty of the landscape, creating interesting compositions, and capturing a moment in time. Bringing a lunch and light snack is recommended.
MEMBERS $125 NON-MEMBERS $150 Get Materials List Here>>
Register Here >>

CALLS TO ARTISTS

Inspired By the East: Annual Art Movement Tribute Exhibit  May 31 & June 1
We invite artists to submit a work in any media inspired by East Asian Art. No charge for members to submit, non-members $10. The exhibit runs June 7–July 12, 2019. Drop off artwork May 31 & June 1, 2019. For two-dimensional work, maximum dimension in either direction including frame is 40 inches. For three-dimensional work maximum dimension in any direction is 40 inches and maximum weight is 35 pounds. See Members Gallery Submission Guidelines for full details.
Inventory & Artist Agreement and Art Labels

Community Gallery Exhibitions 2020 – Deadline June 15
The Rogue Gallery & Art Center invites artists to submit a portfolio of work for the 2020 Community Gallery Exhibition Series. Artists working in all media are encouraged to apply. The submission deadline is June 15, 2019. Please see our Community Gallery Submission Guidelines for full details.

Berryman Gallery Exhibitions 2020 – Deadline June 15
Current Rogue Gallery & Art Center member artists working two-dimensionally may apply for solo exhibitions lasting approximately two months each, between September and June. The submission deadline is June 15, 2019. Please see our Berryman Gallery Submission Guidelines for full details.

Rogue Valley Biennial: A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art
We invite both emerging and established artists to submit innovative art to be juried for this exhibit. The Rogue Valley Biennial Art Exhibit is held every other year. The exhibit celebrates the ground-breaking talents of Southern Oregon artists.

Three $200 Jurors’ Choice Awards will be given to artists for work that the jurors judge to be innovative, insightful and thought provoking. The jurors will be David Masters and Janet Higgins. For more information see the flyer HERE>>

Drop-off dates are Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22, 2019.
Inventory & Artist Agreement and Art Labels

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Call the Gallery for more info: (541) 772-8118

Check out more fun activities at: www.roguegallery.org

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.

Plein Air at Lone Ranch with Silvia Trujillo May 4th

 

Plein Air at Lone Ranch with Silvia Trujillo
Beginning through advanced painters welcome
Saturday May 4th, 9am-3pm

Experience painting and drawing in the great outdoors. Enjoy painting the beautiful surroundings of Alpacas at Lone Ranch in Eagle Point, Oregon. Landscape artist Silvia Trujillo will guide you in depicting the beauty of the landscape, creating interesting compositions, and capturing a moment in time.

Contact The Rogue Gallery & Art Center to register

Register by Phone (541) 772-8118 during our business hours Tue – Fri 10 – 5, Sat 11 – 3

Special Art Reception at Rogue Gallery Friday, April 26, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Special Art Reception Friday, April 26, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Artist talk by Katy Cauker at 7:00 pm

 

Main Gallery

Artist Teen Mentoring Project Exhibit

April 19 – May 3, 2019

Matt Hearon_Chauvet_Acrylic

This exhibit is a culmination of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s annual Artist Teen Mentoring Project. Through this program, students receive art instruction and insight on being a professional artist. On display is the artwork of nine students and four mentors who participated in the program. Media includes drawing, painting, pastels, printmaking, and photography. Mentors include Kristen Beck, Amy Godard, Charity Hubbard, and Silvia Trujillo. Students include Brieann Fitch, Morgan Godard, Matt Hearon, Lenah Hong, Grace Jarrett, Merwin Nikad, Cassie Penn, Azana Prout, and Lakaia Thornton.

Brieann Fitch_A Day at the Louvre

This program is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Rogue Disposal and Recycling, and the artist mentors and volunteers who give their time and knowledge to inspire young artists every year to create and grow in this unique artistic experience.

Community Gallery

Finding Form: Paintings by Katy Cauker

April 19 – May 31, 2019

painting by Katy Cauker_A Favorite Place

Katy Cauker’s paintings explore the shape and form of water and the farmlands that surround her home in the Rogue Valley. Katy has expressionistic, lively, vigorous brushstrokes in her paintings of waterways and open fields. She paints in acrylic, oil, and gouache.

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

         

 

 

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is a non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts in the Rogue Valley. The center exhibits a wide range of artistic styles and mediums from local and national artists. Programming includes art educational opportunities for children and adults. 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. Call (541)772-8118 for more info or visit www.roguegallery.org.

Finding Form: Katy Cauker Exhibit and Artist Talk at Rogue Gallery

Finding form: Katy Cauker art exhibit and artist talkat Rogue Gallery & Art Center, May 2019
Currently Showing:  Finding Form – Paintings by Katy Cauker   April 19 – May 31, 2019

Artist Talk: Friday April 26, 2019  7:00 PM at the Rogue Gallery

Reception Friday, May 17, 2019 from 5:30–8:00 pm.

painting by Katy Cauker on display at Rogue Gallery & Art Center, May 2019