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November 2021 Art Exhibitions

Our new member show and Guest Artist exhibition by Nancy Bardos open Friday, November 5, and continue on display through Sunday, November 28

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November Arts & Letters: Frank De Luca

On Friday, November 12 at 5:00 pm Pacific Time, Host Ginna BB Gordon talks about “Kindness” with Frank De Luca and his two collaborators, designer Ken Gregg and illustrator Nancy Bardos in our November Arts & Letters author chat.

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Vision Quilt Images for Atlanta and Boulder Mass Shootings

Atlanta 2021 by Nancy Bardos

Nancy Bardos Vision Quilt images for the Atlanta and Boulder Mass Shootings. This is an instance of an artist’s artmaking for the sake of acknowledging and documenting important and shattering events as well as a recognition and honoring of the innocent people who became the victims. Perhaps there is a healing of sorts, too.

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Art Presence March- April 2019 Newsletter

March – April 2 0 1 9 N E W S L E T T E R A R T E N H A N C I N G C O M M U N I T Y Shining Mountains by Andre Satie Balloons Over Began by Susan Quinn Sundial Courtyard by Katharine Gracey Hand Woven Basket by John Campbell Shadow by Tom Glassman Air Mail by Nancy Bardos Floating by Bill Stanton Unraveled by Brenda Mills Branan California Dreaming by Patrick Beste Wooden Bowl by Bruce Millbank Tommy by Anne Brooke Landscape Platter by Debra Earley Come and Visit Jacksonville Art Presence Art Center on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse 206 Fifth Street, Jacksonville, OR 97530 Like +1 Forward to Friend Facebook Website Email Google Plus

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SOAR Welcomes Nancy Bardos!

The Southern Oregon Artists Resource welcomes Jacksonville, Oregon photographer and iPhoneographer Nancy Bardos to the Visual Artist Directory! Nancy is an enthusiastic and engaging artist who describes herself as an “explorer of possibilities,” and her work is a wonderful expression of her personality. Please visit Nancy’s new listing for contact information and a link to her website to see her photography and iPhone art…social links will be coming soon.

Nancy will be showing her work, printed on fine art paper and on metal, in a private salon style exhibition in early May, beginning a new phase in promoting her work. Please keep an eye open for future public opportunities to meet this fun and personable woman and see the images she has created using her keen eye for design and a skillful touch on her iPhone.


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No Time to Waste

It’s true…..we have no time to waste. Small prints 3 x 5 inches with white mat to fit 8 x […]

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Love my Blundstones

These boots are just the best. Ok, I do love my cowboy boots, too. Small prints 3 x 5 inches […]

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Stairs to Knowledge

I would like to live in this library.  UW campus. Small prints 3 x 5 inches with white mat to […]

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My sketch of a Buddha in royal technicolor.

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Oliver Typewriter No. 3

This wonderful typewriter circa 1898 just got a much needed facial… she looks quite grand and makes me happy to […]

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