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New Exhibit at the Rogue Gallery

New Exhibit at the Rogue Gallery - image of painting Over Under Sideways, by Carl Vince

New Exhibit at the Rogue Gallery

Over Under Sideways, by Carl Vince

Grandfather’s House, by Susan Lehman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract Perceptions: Paintings by Vince Carl and Susan Lehman Exhibit date: August 11 – September 22, 2017, Reception Date: August 18 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm

 

Rogue River artist Vince Carl and Bandon artist Susan Lehman are lifelong artists. Carl earned a BFA from Miami University and continued studying with Mitch Kaufman-Katz and Pat Enos. Lehman studied fine art and textiles at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland and graduated with Distinction. Their abstract paintings are evocative of varied experiences and places with richly textured surfaces created with techniques honed over a lifetime.

 

Vince Carl uses color, line, and texture to express his experiences, feelings, and memories in his large abstract painting. He paints by applying thin layer

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July 2017 News from Rogue Gallery

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Visions of Daily Life: Drawings by Walt Wirfs

July 14 – August 25, 2017

Walt Wirfs, LEONA AND FRIENDS, graphite

Reception: Friday, July 21, 5:00-8:00 pm

Jacksonville artist Walt Wirfs captures the everyday joy of friends, family and strangers with their canine companions in detailed graphite drawings. DOCUMENTARY SCREENING THIS SATURDAY As part of the Rogue Gallery’s Impressionism exhibit we are screening documentaries about important Impressionistic painters. The last movie in the series will be screened this Saturday at 2:00 pm. The movie lasts approximately one hour. – July 15, 2017, 2PM: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

NOW OPEN IN THE MAIN GALLERY

Scenes from the Unconscious Micah Ofstedahl & Leona Keene Sewitsky

June 23–August 4, 2017

Left: Micah Ofstedahl, STRANGE PARADISE 1920, acrylic Right: Leona Keene Sewitsky, SHIP OF FOOLS, sculpture Reception: Friday, July 21, 5:00-8:00 pm

Ashland artist Micah Ofstedahl combines the conscious observations of science with the

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Planets, Moons, and Meteors, Fiber Art by Nancy Pagani

'Not Quite,' Fiber collage by Nancy Pagani

Community Gallery Exhibit: Planets, Moons, and Meteors, Fiber Art by Nancy Pagani

“Not Quite,” Fiber collage by Nancy Pagani

September 16 – October 14, 2016 Reception Date September 16, 5:00-8:00 pm

 

Using a variety of fiber art techniques and little nuggets of physics knowledge, Ashland artist Nancy Pagani explores planets, moons, and meteors.

 

Local artist Nancy Pagani creates works in fiber on the theme of outer space. Images inspired by planets, moons, quarks, black holes, and meteors are sewn into her quilted fiber works. Nancy has worked with fabric since she was a child, and her passion for creating with fabric includes surface design, quilting, and weaving. Commercial fabrics as well as fabrics that she has dyed and painted are incorporated into the artwork. Her fiber works are playful, lively, and colorful.

“What it Wasn’t,” Fiber collage by Nancy Pagani

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Rogue Gallery Announces New Community Gallery Exhibit

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The Rogue Gallery & Art Center Announces

New Community Gallery Exhibit

Bits and Pieces: Mixed Media Collages of Arlene Warner

March 4 – April 1, 2016

Reception Friday, March 18, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

On display is a collection of mixed-media pieces by Arlene Warner who explores color, texture and atmosphere by layering paint and paper.

 

This collection of mixed-media pieces presents various explorations into color, texture and atmosphere; images created and revealed through a layering of paint and paper. They are intimate pieces that overlap the past with the present using scraps from everyday life – pages from handwritten notebooks, packaging elements, book pages, stamps, maps and other ephemera. Arlene has been a professional graphic designer for over 30 years and a mixed media/collage artist for the past 5 years. Her design

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Gifts, Antique Quilts, Wearable Art and Hamilton Watercolors at Art du Jour Gallery

Watercolor painting by Dodie Hamilton-Brandon

December and January are sumptuous months at Art du Jour Gallery! We are blessed with not just one special guest artist but three, and all three are displaying uniquely beautiful forms of quilting and fabric art. Our two quilt artists are Charlotte Wirfs and Karen Hanken, and our wearable knits fabric artist is Laura Lawrence. Their work will be on display in our Salon and the main gallery in December and January. Featured gallery artist during December and January is our own Dodie Hamilton-Brandon, renowned watercolorist and beloved art teacher here in the Rogue Valley for the past 33 years. Art du Jour’s artist reception is on Dec 18th from 5–8 p.m. Meet Dodie and our quilt and fabric artists! Live music by Rick Patsche. Gallery hours: 10–4, Tues–Sat.

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The Many Media of Wendy Daniel

Cat, papier mache by Wendy Daniels

The Many Media of Wendy Daniel, new exhibit in Rogue Gallery’s Community Gallery with whimsical folk art. Aug 21–Sept 18, 2015, Reception Fri, Aug21, 5–8pm

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center announces New Exhibit

Autumn Sun, mosaic by Vera Melnyk

Rogue Gallery & Art Center Announces New Exhibit in the Community Gallery Mosaic Works of Vera Melynk Friday, July 17 – August 14, 2015 Reception: Friday, July 17, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Autumn Sun, by Vera Melnyk

The Rogue Gallery and Art Center is proud to exhibit the mosaic works of Vera Melynk. Vera uses materials that include include stained glass, smalti, ceramic, marble, slate and Venetian glass to create elegant, organic mosiac that are rich in color and depth.

Describing her artistic process, she says “When I started painting in 2005, I never imagined that I would trade in my paints and brushes for hammer and hardie, nippers, tile cutters and glass grinders. But that is exactly what happened. My first mosaics were typical garden tables and vases, but somewhere along the way they ended up on cradled boards and hanging on the wall. The possibilities opened

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SOUTHERN OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNOUNCES NEW EXHIBIT: FAR OUT! SOUTHERN OREGON IN THE 1960s

southern oregon hstorical society museum exhibit announcement: far out - southern oregon in the 1960s

THE SOUTHERN OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE A NEW EXHIBIT: FAR OUT! SOUTHERN OREGON IN THE 1960s

 

The Southern Oregon Historical Society will open a major new exhibit of artifacts, photographs and stories illustrating life in Southern Oregon in the 1960s in a space donated by the Historic Woolworth Building. The exhibit, Far Out! Southern Oregon in the 1960s, will be open to the public from March 29 through April 27.

 

The 60s conjures images of JFK and Camelot, the Beatles and the British Invasion, mini-skirts and bell-bottoms, the rise of hippie culture and the anti-war movement, Woodstock, and the generation gap. Culture change in the 1960s came hard and fast. The tone and influence of popular music evolved with unprecedented speed. Fashion became a statement of an individual’s social, political and generational affiliation.

 

How did Southern Oregon experience the dynamic cultural

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