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Wrist Warmers

I am never without a knitting project. I use short, bamboo needles that fit in my purse. I can knit during a meeting, at the coffee house, even at dinner, if it looks like a long evening. I knit in the car, if I don’t have to drive.This time of year I …

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Afghan Parts

 All the parts for the colorful Afghan are finished, with the exception of 12 feet of 3 inch trim.Blocking was challenging, but I took care with the steam iron and didn’t let it rest on the fibers for very long. I mostly hovered above it, afraid t…

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Infinity Scarves

 Infinity scarves are so easy to make. Here, I use Sky Ranch Fiber’s hand-dyed fingering weight yarn. Midnight is about 50 inches long, and the green, which the designer, Becky Mann calls Autumn (though I prefer Rusty Garden Ornament) is a bit lon…

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Ginna’s Café 2018-06-30 13:27:00

 This dragon went through three Southern Oregon winters and was chipped and peeling flakes of red paint all over the walkway. I was so anxious to paint it with my new find, Unicorn Spit, that I forgot to take a before photo. But here he is in all …

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Tiny Weaving

 After trying to make my own tiny loom out of square embroidery hoops, foam core and cardboard, I ordered this fabulous little lightweight loom from Wool in the UK. Note the giant, flat-sided needle for weaving. This is a little miracle, this loom…

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Printable Fabric

Leftover from another project, I have packets of 8.5×11 sheets of printable fabric from Dharma Trading Co. in San Rafael, California: several grades of cotton, muslin and silk. These banners were printed on Haboti silk for tiny scrolls. I am…

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Life Drawing Studio Resumes

After a break for the summer, the Life Drawing Studio resumes sessions at Art Presence Art Center on Monday, September 19 at 1:00pm.

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Karen O’Brien Announces Summer Classes

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Artist Karen O’Brien announces summer 2016 classes in San Diego, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Whidbey Island, WA, and June 11 studio class in Medford, Oregon.

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Begin 2015 Making Art!

Rogue Gallery & Art Center has many classes to get you inspired in 2015!

ADULT CLASSESOur Life Drawing workshop taught by local artist Sarah F Burns is highly recommended for those that are interested in advancing their skills in drawing. Register now!

If you’re more interested in painting then check out Alx Fox’s class where she will show you how to create amazing and beautiful abstract pieces. Register now! While it is still cold out, come warm up in our Studio with some drinks and art in our new “Studio Spirits” classes! On January 23rd, create lively landscapes in our Watercolor Landscapes class while enjoying a glass of port. Register now!

For a complete list of classes with descriptions, visit our website HERE! New Youth Classes On-line Now! YOUTH CLASSES Youth Winter classes are up! We provide an After-School art class, Drop In & Draw for Medford School District non-school

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The Artist’s Voice, Fall 2014

–   “I can’t imagine life without putting together the unusual and creating!” –  Lo Smucker, quote from “Found Art” – Dear Artists and Art Enthusiasts! Enjoy the beautiful, warm fall weather and autumn colors while reading the latest Artist’s Voice, Ashland Art Center‘s quarterly newsletter. We thank all of the Art Center artists and members who contributed […]

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