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AUCTION TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!

compass rose 2 tone small 2ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER’S ANNUAL ARTRAGEOUS AUCTION

ARTFUL JOURNEYS

Saturday, September 27, 2014 at RoxyAnn Winery
3285 Hillcrest Road, Medford
5:00 pm
Silent Auction & Cocktail Hour

followed by
Dinner & Live Auction

This year’s theme, “Artful Journeys”, reflects journeys we take both as artists for our own art and as art appreciators to enjoy the art of others. We will have live music by the George Rubaloff Jazz Quartet. Dinner prepared by Rosarios Italian Restaurant. Serving RoxyAnn Wine. Join us for a lovely evening of good wine, food, company, and music in the beautiful setting of RoxyAnn Winery.

Buy tickets HERE>>

NEW ART CLASSES FOR FALL!

ADULTS

Don’t miss this opportunity to work with an assortment of Golden acrylics and create beautiful unique pieces of art in Acrylic Mixed Media Workshop with Corrine Loomis-Dietz ! Starting Saturday, October 4th. Register Now!

at right, “Old Town” by Corrine Loomis-Dietz

Get ready for some more Art a la Carte! Beginning this Fall we have Doodle Fun, where you can get creative when making fun doodles and designs on paper. Starting Friday, October 3rd.
Register Now!

YOUTH

Fall After-School Art Studio, taught by Jenny Calaba, begins again with painting, drawing, sculpture and plenty more! Have your kids come in and enjoy creating fun art in Rogue Studio every Wednesday from October 15 through November 19th ages 7-10 starts 3-4:30pm and ages 11-14 starts 5:30-7pm. Register Now!

See the full schedule of classes at www.roguegallery.org/schedule

NATIONALY RENOWNED PRINTMAKERS’ WORK IN THE MAIN GALLERY
Bartow_Rick_ Facing Left Raven_Crows_Shadow smallNow in our Main Gallery are over 40 works of art from the Crow’s Shadow Institute of Art’s portfolio of prints by the outstanding group of artists associated with the Institute.at right, “Facing Left Raven” by Rick Bartow

Among the artists exhibited are James Lavadour, Rick Bartow, Marie Watt, Kay WalkingStick, and Rick Gendron. James Lavadour is a highly acclaimed nationally recognized abstract artist and is a co-founder of Crow’s Shadow Institute. Rick Bartow’s artwork is deeply influenced by Native American art and can be found in several museum collections including the National Museum of the American Indian and the Portland Art Museum. Marie Watt is a contemporary artist in Portland, Oregon. Her work focuses on contemporary Native American themes. Kay WalkingStick is a Native American artist who has shown in many European and American exhibitions, including both solo and group exhibitions. Ric Gendron lives in Spokane, WA, and has been a professional artist for over 25 years. He has exhibited his work in galleries, museums and group shows from Portland to New York.

Read more about this exhibit at www.roguegallery.org/exhibits

ART ANNOUNCEMENTS

The city of Ashland is requesting proposals for utility box beautification. The link to the RFP procedure and additional information is ashland.or.us/utilityboxes. The closing date for proposals is September 4th, 2014.

Special event “Connecting Threads Interactive Exhibit and Workshops” coming up at the Southern Oregon Guild in Kerby the weekend of Sept. 6 & 7. See their website for more information: southernoregonguild.org

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