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Exhibition and Printmaking Workshop Announcement

Facing Left Raven, print by Rick Bartow

Facing Left Raven, by Rick Bartow

Exhibition Announcement: Prints From The Plateau: The Works of Crow’s Shadow Institute of The Arts

Rogue Gallery is privileged to exhibit the works of Crow’s Shadow Institute of Art August 22- September 27, 2014. Reception and meet the Institute’s Master Printmaker Frank Janzen, August 22, 5:00 – 8:00 pm.

The Rogue Gallery will exhibit works from the Crow’s Shadow Institute of Art’s portfolio of prints by the outstanding group of artists associated with the Institute. Among the artists exhibited will be James Lavadour, Marie Watt, Kay WalkingStick, Rick Bartow, Jenene Nagy, and Rick Gendron. Media includes lithographs, monoprints, and woodcuts.

Located in near Pendleton, Oregon, Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is a nonprofit organization that emphasizes contemporary, fine-art printmaking. They also function as a venue to practice traditional Native American art practices including weaving, bead working, and regalia

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TIME: A Statewide Traveling Show of Oregon Prison Art 2011

Time Looking Back at Me, by Jerome Sloan, Snake River Correctional Institution

Launched in February 2011, TIME is a diverse collection of drawings and paintings created by artists in Oregon prisons. The Arts Center’s Joni King says visitors are wowed by the show. “It makes people very emotional,” said King, noting the level of talent and sensitivity demonstrated in the works. TIME: A Statewide Traveling Show of Oregon Prison Art 2011 is available for booking in Southern Oregon, November through December 2011.

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