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November 2011 AGA Featured Galleries

Ashland Gallery AssociationAshland Art Works

Annual Holiday Show & Sale!

Thursday through Saturday: 10:00 am -5:00 pm

Wednesday & Sunday: 11:00 am -3:00 pm

291 Oak Street

 

Come by during the Thanksgiving Weekend for Our Holiday Open House & Special Sale: Warm Cookies, Warm Cider and Warm Cheer. Meet the Artists.

 

You will be delighted by the array of Handcrafted, Unique and Affordable Gifts: Jewelry, Wire Sculptures, Pottery, Mugs, Woodwork, Cutting Boards, Silk Scarves, Ceramics, Paintings, Sculptures, Raku, Crazy Birds, Fine Art Prints, and Cards.

 

Many Holiday Cards:

Whether Warm or Whimsical, we have a wide variety…even 3-D Cards with Miniature Blessing Flags!

 

5 Galleries and the Sculpture Garden:

As always, you will be more than pleased by our selection of Fine Art and Crafts.

 

-We are continuing our annual Fundraiser:

“STEP-Up to HELP-Out” our through November. Come by and see the handmade Step Stools that are hand-painted by students and artists of our area.

 

Cathy Dorris Studio

"Leap of Faith," by Kevin Litwiller. Resin Sculpture on Pumice

"Leap of Faith," by Kevin Litwiller. Resin Sculpture on Pumice

A Month of Mixed Media

 

Featured Artists this month include new sculptures by Kevin Litwiller and mixed media art by Gaelyn Larrick.

 

Live music will be provided by Bram Larrick who will be playing the diverse and expressive sonic textures of the EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument), over his original World Fusion compositions blending world percussion, lush synth pad and exotic electronica creating multi-cultural grooves that are melodic, lyrical and rhythmic.

 

Cathy Dorris Studios hosts gallery shows, art events and offers a wide variety of mixed media art workshops, geared to both beginning and professional artists.

 

Cathy is a nationally recognized art teacher and mixed media artist with a passion for helping people rediscover their, “inner artist.” The studio/gallery showcases Cathy’s work along with other regional artists, including every style from contemporary to world art.

 

Cathy Dorris Studio is located at 30 A St. #4, between Oak & Pioneer, (upstairs from Culture Works).

 

 

Gallerie Karon

Gifted

25 artist’s work for affordable Holiday giving!

 

* affordable art

* antiques

* animals

 

Featuring the creative work of 25 artists and photographers, along with antiques, artifacts, and jewelry. Our eclectic mix showcases local and regional artists from Oregon, Washington, and California. And, for fun, the gallery displays a menagerie of handmade dolls and animals.

 

New shows throughout the year make the gallery fresh and inviting. Visit Gallerie Karon for a twist on the usual! Our new addition, “Gallerie Menagerie” is now open. Come see us!

 

Gallerie Karon

500 A Street Suite 1 (corner of 4th & A St.)

 

 

Hilltop Gallery

Rochelle Newman, "Coil wrapped Basket"

Rochelle Newman, "Coil wrapped Basket"

 

A Stitch in Time

Featuring the work of two Ashland artists: Kris Hoppe and Rochelle Newman.

November 6th through December 19th, 2011

Opening Reception: Sunday, November 6th 1:00 to 4:00 pm

 

This is an exhibit that respects the repetitive small gesture that grows over time , and with great patience, into a large complex statement. Traditionally, the fiber arts of sewing, knitting, tatting, crocheting, basketry and weaving have been associated with women and domesticity. A finger, a needle, a hook or shuttle makes a movement. Multiple movements make an object. Because of the increased use of machine and technology, these original humble handicrafts have entered into the realm of art expression freeing the creator from the practical to focus upon the pure aesthetic. All the design elements are put t

o use in the service of a private vision, which now has become public.

 

Gallery Hours: Monday 1:00-5:00pm or by appointment

859-B Mountain Meadows Drive

541 708 5141

 

 

 

 

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