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Rogue Gallery Reception for Three Exhibits Today at 5!

Rogue Gallery reception on Friday, May 20 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm includes three exhibitions


Julia Janeway

Julia Janeway

Main Gallery Exhibit

Garden Frolic: Jonnel Covault, Julia Janeway, Randall Perkins

April 22 – May 26, 2016

Rogue Gallery’s current Main Gallery exhibit showcases the work of northwest artists Jonnel Covault, Julia Janeway, and Randall Perkins. All three artists find inspiration for their artwork in nature. Jonnel Covault’s linocuts express her lifelong love of the water and wildlife. Julia Janeway captures nature’s fleeting moments in her woodcut-inspired ceramics. Randall Perkins draws inspiration for his glasswork from the ever-changing landscape of his wife’s garden.


"Under the Burnside Bridge," linocut by Jonnel Covault

“Under the Burnside Bridge,” linocut by Jonnel Covault

Jonnel Covault’s connection with nature is the inspiration for her black and white linocuts. Working as a commercial fisherman for 17 years in a remote village in Alaska, Jonnel developed a deep intimacy with her natural surroundings. She resides in Portland. Her linocuts depict the woodlands, meadows, and waterways. Ashland artist, Julia Janeway captures the essence of nature in her hand-carved ceramic pieces. Her works include Northwest Native American inspired salmon as well as platters depicting various birds and flora. Randall Perkins lives in Medford and draws his inspiration for his glasswork from his wife’s garden. His hand blown pieces are alive with color, design, and movement. Glass fiddle ferns reach and stretch to the sky and deep purple orchids glow as if illuminated by the sun.


Sponsored by Southern Oregon Subaru


Community Gallery Exhibit

Second Glass: Photographs by Paul Jorizzo

Time Passage, by Paul Jorizzo

Time Passage, by Paul Jorizzo

April 22 – May 26, 2016


Paul Jorizzo’s photographs explore unique views of architecture and landscapes from his many travels. His lush, hypnotic images introduce the viewer to unusual or memorable perspectives of his subject. Photos include his travels in Italy, France, Germany, and Spain. Paul lives in Ashland.


Sponsored by Ed and Marie Houck


Members’ Gallery Exhibit

New Work from Rogue Gallery Members

August Evening, by Kate Marrocco

August Evening, by Kate Marrocco

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 37 artists are exhibited in this gallery space. Artwork includes watercolor, acrylic, and oil paintings, pastels, photography, and collage.


Meet the artists and fellow art lovers at a reception for the artists this evening, Friday, may 20 from 5–8pm. Exhibit reception will include wine, Rogue Creamery cheese, and Harry and David snacks.


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



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