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Rogue Gallery July 2018 New exhibit – 3rd Friday, Classes & Grant Deadline

Julia Janeway,WESTCLIFFE SANTO, ceramic

New Exhibit -THIS FRIDAY, JULY 20 3rd FRIDAY ART RECEPTION 5-8pm IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY Sanctuary: Ceramics by Julia Janeway July 20–August 24

Julia Janeway,WESTCLIFFE SANTO, ceramic Reception: Friday, July 20, 5:00-8:00 pm Ashland artist, Julia Janeway explores the meaning of “sanctuary” in her new ceramic works. She creates ceramic “retablos” which traditionally are paintings of saints. In her artistic interpretation, the saints are depicted as owls, birds, and other animals. Her inspiration for this exhibit from the time she spent living in Taos, New Mexico where retablos commonly adorn homes and churches. Julia Janeway is known for her colorful and whimsical ceramic art pieces that depict animals, geometric shapes, and botanically images. Last day to see Heat Wave IN THE MAIN GALLERY

Heat Wave: The Works of the High Fiber Diet Artists

June 8 – July 20, 2018

Elizabeth Bamberger WHERE THE CITY MEETS THE HIGH

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Teddy Abrams Speaks About Music at Rogue Gallery Tonight!

Teddy Abrams, conductor of the Britt Orchestra

Art and Music have always gone well together…. and that is why the Rogue Gallery and Art Center and Britt Festival are excited to blend music and art this year! Teddy Abrams Speaks About Music at Rogue Gallery Tonight!

May 18, 2018, 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Third Friday Downtown Medford Artwalk

Teddy Abrams will be at the Rogue Gallery to talk about his passion – music.

 

Teddy Abrams is a versatile musician and widely-acclaimed Director and Conductor of the Britt Orchestra. He plays the piano, clarinet and composes. A tireless advocate for the power of music, Abrams fosters interdisciplinary collaboration with organizations including the Louisville Ballet, the Center for Interfaith Relations, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Speed Art Museum, and the Folger Shakespeare Library.

In addition, on the May 18 Third Friday Art Walk the Rogue Gallery will celebrate two new exhibits. The Main

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Art Reception at the Rogue Gallery on October 20, 2017

Elm Burl by Dan Tilden

Art Reception at the Rogue Gallery on October 20, 2017

Alx Fox Sunrise Through the Mist

Main Gallery exhibit: Elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, Eleanor Erskine, Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, Keith Johnson, and Dan Tilden

Exhibit date: September 29 – November 10, 2017

Artists in this exhibit explore the classical idea of the elements: earth, water, fire, and wind. Described as the simplest essential parts of all things, the four elements have fascinated artists throughout history. Printmaker Eleanor Erskine, sculptor Dan Tilden, and abstract painters Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, and Keith Johnson uniquely create artwork reflecting this concept of the natural world.

Eleanor H. Erskine received a BFA in Painting/Printmaking from the Kansas City Art Institute and a MFA in Printmaking with special focus in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has taught at Maine College of Art, Kansas

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RGAC Fall 2017 Catalogue and New Exhibits

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Detail of DARK MOON IN AUTUMN by Alx Fox NEW EXHIBIT! IN THE MAIN GALLERY Elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind:

Eleanor Erskine, Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, Keith Johnson, and Dan Tilden

September 29 – November 10, 2017

Keith Johnson, Landscape in Transformation and Balance,

Reception: Friday, October 20, 5:00-8:00 pm

Artists explore the classical idea of the elements: earth, water, fire, and wind. Described as the simplest essential parts of all things, the four elements have fascinated artists throughout history. Printmaker Eleanor Erskine, sculptor Dan Tilden, and abstract painters Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, and Keith Johnson creates artwork reflecting this concept of the natural world. IN THE ROGUE STUDIO The Fall catalog is out! Also see our Fall classes our website! Adult Classes and Youth Classes

ADULTS

Instructor Alx Fox’s paintings are currently in our main gallery exhibit!

Intuitive Abstracts with Alx Fox Saturday, October 28, and Sunday,

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New Exhibits, Starry Night Benefit Auction at Rogue Gallery & Art Center Sept. 2017

Detail of BECKONING by Linda Elesiya Evans BEGINNING THIS FRIDAY New Exhibit in the Community Gallery Pastel Vistas: Linda Elesiya Evans

September 1–October 6, 2017

Linda Elesiya Evans, MOUNTAIN GLOW, pastel

Reception: Friday, September 15, 5:00-8:00 pm With live music by Craig Evans on keyboard

Phoenix Oregon artist Linda Elesiya Evans oil paintings and pastels reflect her love of the beauty of the Rogue Valley,the coasts, wine country, and mountains. New Exhibit in the Members’ Gallery We have all new artwork from over 40 artists in the Members’ Gallery. Come in and see the art before someone else buys your favorite piece.

Janet Ekholm, CELEBRATION, oil pastel

Janet Ekholm, CELEBRATION, oil pastel

“Starry Night” A Celebration of Art & Friends Rogue Gallery’s 2017 Benefit Auction

Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 5:00 pm at the Rogue Valley Country Club 2660 Hillcrest Road, Medford

Our annual auction is our

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Fix & Finish with Silvia Trujillo

Fix & Finish with Silvia Trujillo at Roigue Gallery, August 18, 2017

Fix & Finish with Silvia Trujillo Rogue Gallery & Art Ctr is hosting a new class this Sat & Sun: it’s somewhere in between a workshop and an art evaluation. Bring your previous works which might need a bit of improvement for completion, or maybe just add a few finishing touches to make that painting sing! Fix and Finish with Silvia Trujillo Saturday and Sunday, August 19-20,10am-2pm

All painting media and skill levels welcome! “Fix and/or Finish” a painting by figuring out what will benefit those pieces that are not quite working, or start a new project. The instructor will help with composition, color, and techniques to guide viewers’ eyes through your painting. Silvia has a wide range of experience with different styles and media, and will help you in mastering yours.

MEMBERS $75 NON-MEMBERS $90 Students to bring pieces to be fixed and finished and the materials they

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August-September 2017 Exhibits at Rogue Gallery

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TWO NEW EXHIBITS! IN THE MAIN GALLERY

Abstract Perceptions: Paintings by Vince Carl and Susan Lehman

August 11 – September 22, 2017

Left: Vince Carl, OVER UNDER SIDEWAYS Right: Susan Lehman, ALL THAT REMAINS

Reception: Friday, August 18, 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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IN THE BERRYMAN GALLERY LOCATED UPSTAIRS IN THE CRATERIAN THEATER

Brushes

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Youth Camps + Adult Classes and Workshops and More From Rogue Gallery

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ROGUE STUDIO CLASSES YOUTH CAMPS Clay Discovery Camp with Shari Craddock For ages 7-11, Tuesday-Friday, August 1-4 from 9am-12pm Students will enjoy getting their hands in clay while creating unique cups, vessels, and fantastic sculptures. They will learn several hand building methods and get experience on the potter’s wheel. All pieces will be fired and picked-up after camp. Register Here >> Superheroes and Villains Drawing Camp with Craig Honeycutt For ages 7-11, Tuesday-Friday, August 8-11 from 9am-12pm Aspiring comic book artists will create powerful superheroes and villains. They will use their own imagination to invent original characters and learn design tricks for faces, figures, and costumes. Register Here >> Partial scholarships are available, for more information and to register contact Anna May at [email protected] or (541) 772-8118 x301 FOR ADULTS Life Drawing Sessions are back! Register now or stop by the Rogue Studio on Tuesday, August 1st at 6pm

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Third Friday Receptions for New Exhibits at Rogue Gallery

Assemblage piece by Leona Keene Sewitsky

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center will have a reception for two exhibits for Downtown Medford’s Third Friday Artwalk

Assemblage by Leona Keene Sewitsky

Main Gallery exhibit Scenes from the Unconscious: Micah Ofstedahl & Leona Sewitsky

June 23 – August 4, 2017, Reception: Friday, July 21, 5-8pm

 

Ashland artist Micah Ofstedahl combines the conscious observations of science with the subconscious imagination of the mind in his surrealistic acrylic paintings. Jacksonville artist Leona Keene Sewitsky explores the unconscious mind in playful, dreamlike, and mysterious sculptures created from recycled objects and papier maché.

Micah Ofstedahl was born and raised in Austin, Minnesota and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture and ceramics from Minnesota State University. Micah describes his work as an exploration of the unknown and the importance of its relationship to scientific and human advancement. Micah states, “I am constantly being amazed by the hidden beauty and

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