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July Intuitive Painting Class

Intuitive Painting With Eve Are you ready to explore the edges of your creativity; Play with and follow the threads of visual expression; laugh with the joy available when you trust your intuition to guide you?   Experience and experiment … Continue reading

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Hike and Learn – Cloud Sketching

Free slide talk and hike! Learn to identify clouds and get tips on how to and practice sketching them! Clouds are fascinating and learning more about them will open up a whole new world to you. Slide Talk Friday May 26, 2017, 6:00 – 7:00 pm Guanajuato Room, Ashland Library Hike and Sketch Saturday May 27, […]

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Rogue Gallery April 2017 Exhibits - News

www.roguegallery.org 40 South Bartlett Street Medford Oregon 97501 541-772-8118

 

Above: Detail of SAWYER TOOK A CHANCE by Kathy Morawiec

Rogue Gallery April 2017 Exhibits – News Rogue Gallery will be closed Saturday, April 8th for the Pear Blossom Festival. IN THE MAIN GALLERY 2017 ARTIST TEEN MENTORING PROJECT

April 14– April 28, 2017

Reception: Friday, April 21, 5–8pm

This exhibition is a culmination of Rogue Gallery & Art Center’s annual Artist Teen Mentoring Project that pairs professional artists with Rogue Valley high school students for intensive study and interaction. On display is the creative work of both teens and mentoring artists, which includes painting in acrylic and oil, assemblage, printmaking, pen and ink, charcoal, and sculpture.

 

Through the program, the students learn new techniques to use in their work, how to present their work in an exhibit, and gain insight to the life of a professional artist. Teen artists had the opportunity to work with

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New Exhibit in the Rogue Gallery & Art Center's Main Gallery PLUS Lots of Calls to Artists!

Barbara Mason, Poem by Paulann Petersen, Voluptuaries, Solarplate Intaglio

Barbara Mason, DISCREPANCY (detail), solarplate intaglio NEW EXHIBIT IN THE MAIN GALLERY BEGINS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 ILLUMINATED WORD Solar Plate Intaglios of Barbara Mason and Poetry of Paulann Petersen February 24 – March 31, 2017RECEPTION: Friday, March 3rd, 5-8pm

Barbara Mason, Poem by Paulann Petersen, Voluptuaries, Solarplate Intaglio Portland, Oregon artist Barbara Mason has created intaglio prints inspired by and infused with the poetry of former Oregon Poet Laureate, Paulann Petersen. The bold lines and expressive shapes in Barbara’s prints meld with Paulann’s poetic verse in a rhythmic, musical cadence. 2nd ANNUAL CELTIC CELEBRATION Support the Rogue Gallery & Art Center and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the art, music, food, beer, and friendship of the Emerald Isle, Friday, March 17, 2017, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

The evening will include: Irish food and beer Musicians performing traditional Irish music An Irish-themed art show A singing competition to select

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Light Garden Glass Art Classes and Workshops

LightGarden Glass Art Flowers of Hope 2015 reception!

1086 Washburn February 2017 Medford, OR Tues-Fri 10-5pm www.lightgarden.net Sat 10-1p (541) 779-0272 Closed: Sun & Mon.

 

Smiles and joy is a side effect of creating art. Plus you get cool stuff to keep or share with friends! Feeling down? Make some art! FLOWERS OF HOPE Workshop

Even if you’ve never done any glass fusing before you can make an 8″ x 8″ fused panel to donate to Flowers of Hope. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! $15 buys you a base piece of glass, access to all frits, stringers and scrap glass, hanging hardware and firing. Come in and try your hand at fusing and find out how easy and fun it can be. You’ll also be doing a wonderful thing for a woman going through a tough time.

TRY FUSING!

The same class only you get to keep it! Try fusing and see if you like

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The Secret of Painting from Life

The Secret of Painting from Life If you want to see the world as spectacular as it is, take a walk in the forest with an artist. The painter’s eye is more sensitive and receives a vast amount more information than a normal person who is seeing the same view. When students first come to my classes, within weeks they report that they have never before seen the world “in color” as they are able to do now and that painting has opened their eyes to the beauty that surrounds them. The first assignment for new students who come to…

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My New Website

I am thrilled to announce that My New Website is Now Launched!! And I would really love for you to visit me there… http://www.roxanneevansstout.com/ My incredible website designer is Cheryl Stockton from Stockshot Studio. She’s been so wonderful to work with! My River Garden Studio blog will stay up, so you can still see all my posts… but I will be writing on the new blog from now on my website.

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Wildland Creatures, New Stencil Designs

I am excited to announce the Release of my New Stencil Designs…for StencilGirl! Let me tell you a little about them… My Wildland Creatures are a part of a new series that include the birds, fish and animals that I love to watch and include in my artwork. I hope that you will love to use my new designs in your art as well! These animals are a part of my life in the Pacific…

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Creating Felt Fabric Collage

Fabric Collage refers to the creation of a new cloth from a collection of different types of textiles. I have been playing with my stash of handmade felt, fabric and scraps to make unique textiles that can transform into a vest, pants, wrap or a scarf. I begin by pulling out different types of […]

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That Time In Between

Mandala with Blessing Sticks from Art Unraveled… These are the days between midsummer and late summer. Here in my perch above the Klamath River the flowers are reaching as tall as they can before they go to seed. I am nestling in the way I always do after I travel… especially when I teach. I have been to Colorado where I taught with my dear friend Leslie Marsh in the vacation home of my other…

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