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Reception for New Art Exhibits at Rogue Gallery

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Art Reception for new exhibits at the Rogue Gallery on January 19, 2017 Main Gallery exhibit Human Connection: Figurative Paintings by Karen Staal Exhibit date: January 5–February 16, 2018

Working in oil and acrylic, Ashland artist Karen Staal creates figurative paintings. She refines the figures to their essence, creating new harmonies with line, shape, and color. By her use of negative space, she evokes a narrative or relationship that expresses unity and joy.

This exhibit spans several decades of figurative paintings by Karen Staal. Each of the paintings presents the figures as connected and one with the canvas. Serene swimmers by the pool, jazz musicians at their instruments, embracing couples, and individuals in quiet contemplation are reverently interpreted, creating paintings of calmness and peace. Karen has exhibited throughout Oregon and California. She holds a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.

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New Exhibit at Rogue Gallery & Art Center

New Exhibit at Rogue Gallery : Nancy Jo Mullen and Susan Zimmerman, Mano a Mano

New Exhibit at Rogue Gallery & Art Center IN THE MAIN GALLERY INVITING JOY, Nancy Jo Mullen & Susan Zimmerman Nancy Jo Mullen, Susan Zimmerman, MANO A MANO, Monotype with Chine-collé September 30 – November 11, 2016

Reception: Friday, October 21, 5–8pm Sponsored by: John and Carol Walker

Nancy Jo Mullen and Susan Zimmerman are sisters who share creative expression as the touchstone of their lives. In this exhibit, they share a visual dialog affirming their experience as artists. This mutual undertaking has enriched their individual abilities to achieve a rich synchrony, Inviting Joy. The painter Agnes Martin is a mentor and the source of the exhibit’s title.

Nancy Jo Mullen and Susan Zimmerman are sisters who share creative expression as the touchstone of their lives. This exhibit is a visual dialog affirming their experience as artists. Their undertaking kindles a meaningful respite in viewers as we

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Rogue Gallery August 2016 Exhibits & News

Image of Hyrum Cyrus, a fictitious animal scukpture made from recycled auto parts by Jud Turner

IN THE MAIN GALLERY Jud Turner, BARTHOLOMEW THE RHINO, sculpture

MYSTERIOUS CREATURES: James Deeb, Justin Diggle, and Jud Turner August 5 – September 16, 2016 Reception: Friday, August 19, 5–8pm

“Acrophobia,” by James Deeb

This exhibit features Illinois painter James Deeb, Utah printmaker Justin Diggle, and Eugene sculptor Jud Turner. Inspired by German Expressionism, James Deeb’s thickly textured oil paintings provide a dark satirical commentary on everyday life. Modern society’s pervasive use of surveillance is the central theme of the hauntingly stark black and white etchings of Justin Diggle. Jud Turner uses found objects, welded steel, and re-purposed items to create eerily beautiful assemblage sculptures which reflect the exhilarations and anxieties of industrialized society.

Jud Turner

Oregon artist Jud Turner has been working with found or repurposed objects and welded steel for over 20 years. His work has been featured in hundreds of exhibitions and is in public

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Rogue Gallery June 2016 Exhibits and Events

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Be sure to check out this overview of Rogue Gallery June 2016 Exhibits and Events so you don’t miss out on the art exhibits you want to see & art events you want to participate in!

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Rogue Gallery opening in Main Gallery exhibit

Egg and Oak, Oil Painting by Sarah F Burns

Rogue Gallery opening in Main Gallery exhibit

Meditations on Daily Splendor: Sarah F. Burns, Sarah Fagan, and Karen Rycheck

February 19- March 25, 2016

Reception: Friday, February 19, 5-8pm

 

The Rogue Gallery presents three local artists who express the contemplative and sublime in two-dimensional works. Sarah F. Burns beautifully depicts florals and still lifes in her traditionally rendered oil paintings. Ordinary objects are painted with reverence and precision in Sarah Fagan’s acrylic paintings. Karen Rycheck creates elegant abstract mosaics in organic slate.

Egg and Oak, Oil Painting by Sarah F Burns

Sarah F. Burns studied contemporary art at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland and academic realist drawing and painting at Ashland Academy of Art. She uses the process of traditional oil painting to create beautiful still lifes. Sarah F. Burns explains her work

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