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SOSA Juried Critique April 23rd

The Southern Oregon Society of Artists ( SOSA) April 23, 2018 meeting is a Juried Critique at 7 PM at the Medford Public Library. Public is welcome but only members may bring art to be adjudicated. Artwork to be evaluated must be there by 6:30 pm Snacks will be available. Our Judge will be Catie Faryl.

Earth Bridge by Catie Faryl

 

Catie Faryl is a well-known West Coast artist who has lived in the Rogue Valley for 30 years. Her artwork is about the human condition and the times in which we live. Her explorations, ideas and feelings about social, environmental and political topics are sources for etchings, oils, watercolor paintings. She has served on the Board of S.O.U.’s Schneider Museum of Art, taught and shown work in innumerable venues and helped form the Ashland Gallery Association. As a teacher, activist and artist she is known for her

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Pollinator Art Reception @ The Pollination Place

Pollinator Art Reception @ The Pollination Place

Pollinator Art Reception @ The Pollination Place

Ten local artists are displaying and selling their artwork to benefit Pollinator Project Rogue Valley’s Buzzway Corridor

Please join us for refreshments, art viewing and short talks from the artists about their work in our new offices at 107 W. First St. in Phoenix, Oregon

Wednesday September 27 from 6 to 8 pm

For more information call Catie Faryl at

Center for Creative Change 535-1854

Watercolor Painting and Monoprinting with Catie Faryl

Watercoloor Painting and Monoprinting with Caite Faryl at Ashland Art Center, Ashland, Oregon Thursdays in June 2017

 

 

Watercolor Painting and Monoprinting with Catie Faryl

This class is fun and accessible, and an affordable way to learn about printmaking or expand into new art mediums. Registration is handled through Ashland Art Center and materials are included, as described in the flyer abovewatercolor painting class, monoprinting class, as.

Hope to see you Thursdays in June. Please feel to call me at (541) 535-1854 if you have questions or need more information.

Art & Ideas Discussion at The Ark on April 13

Art & Ideas Discussion at The Ark : The Earth Bridge, Monotype Print by Catie Faryl

Catie Faryl invites you to her presentation of “A View from 2050”, a brief back-cast narrative history envisioning how we get from now to the year 2050. This is a continuation of Faryl’s art exhibit called “Bridges to 2020,” which focused on ancient and new technologies and concepts as solutions to present and looming issues. Some art from that show will also be on display as a catalyst for a group discussion to follow the slide show. Join Catie on Wednesday, April 13th, 7 pm at The Ark, 1050 Benson Way in Ashland, Oregon.

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Catie Faryl Retrospective at Pioneer Village

Exhibition of 20 paintings, one for each of the past 20 years, beginning with Catie Faryl’s first show in 1995. Show on display February 11–April 28, 2016. Join us for a reception on Thurs, Feb 11 from 4–6 pm to meet the artist!

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The Bridge to 2020, Works by Catie Faryl

Activist artist Catie Faryl’s paintings deliver insight into choices and decisions looming in our near future and contemplate ways we can move in an upward spiral via reexamined beliefs, community effort, and technologies and practices both ancient and visionary.

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Catie Faryl Shows at Looking Glass Beads

Editor’s Note: We apologize to Catie for not getting this posted in time for the First Friday ArtWalk last night. Please visit Looking Glass Beads to view her amazing artwork and make a gift of art this holiday season!

Dear Friends,

I’m having a “trunk show” to sell some holiday gifts and artwork during First Friday, 5 to 8 pm on Dec. 5th. My show called “Consider the Animals” is on display at Looking Glass Beads at 283 E. Main St. in downtown Ashland with art and information about the 6th Extinction and what can be done to slow it.

The gallery owners are hosting a sale for me to help raise funds to continue the advocacy and activism I’m involved with. It is my goal to gather funds in order to produce a new card deck of my environmental, social and political satire artwork.

I’ll be selling my Balance

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July Events at Art Presence

July 4 – 28: “Luminosity” Member Exhibition ~ Arts Alliance of Southern Oregon Meeting July 10 at 2pm ~ Meet the Artists! Reception July 12, 5-7pm ~ “Luminosity” Art Talk: July 13, 1-2pm ~ Art Presence Curated Exhibits at the Jacksonville and Medford Libraries

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Catie Faryl “Luminosity” Art Talk

"Afterglow," by Catie Faryl

July 13, 1-2pm at Art Presence Art Center in Jacksonville, activist/artist Catie Faryl will talk about “luminosity” in light of the need for transparency and truth and what art and satire can reveal.

“Afterglow,” by Catie Faryl

The aspect of creating art as political and social satire is one of many paths to truth since it can reveal hidden or unacknowledged aspects of society and what is communicated or not, as well as what we need to consider and change. Art can also serve as a relief to the stress of political and economic anxieties by reducing the grandiosity of our problems and looking at things with fresh eyes and light.

Two of the paintings Catie will exhibit in the July “Luminosity” show at Art Presence are from her short written piece – “A Trip to Cynbalta: A Story of Community.” After a presentation of this body of work,

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