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TIME: Annual Members’ Exhibition at Rogue Gallery

Weather Worn, watercolor by Betty Barss

TIME: Annual Members’ Exhibition

November 17 – December 21, 2017

Reception: Friday, November 17, 5:00 -8:00 pm

Weather Worn, watercolor by Betty Barss

In the 2017 Rogue Gallery Annual Members’ Exhibition, over sixty artists interpret the theme of “Time”. The Annual Members’ Exhibition features work by Rogue Gallery and Art Center members and is always one of the most popular of the year. The Rogue Gallery has had a long history of supporting local and regional artists. This exhibit gives Rogue Gallery members an opportunity to exhibit one piece of their work on the central theme of “Time”. Over 60 artists are participating in this non-juried exhibit. Artists’ submitted artwork that reflects their personal interpretation of the theme. The exhibit includes watercolors, acrylic, and oil paintings as well as sculptures, photography, and pastels.

 

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Trees at Night

John Petersen

  This is my first attempt at “painting with light.”  It is accomplished by setting up your camera before dark using a tripod.  I used my Canon 5D MK II, a 24-105mm f/4L lens, with  the ISO at 100.  I … Continue reading

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Call to Artists – Time Magazine Calls Young Photographers

Submissions will be accepted beginning October 3, 2011, at 12 a.m. EST, until midnight on October 17, 2011. Winners will be announced on LightBox on October 26, 2011.

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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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Journaling, Delicious Journaling . . .

Some of you may have been wondering if I’ve given up my journal since there’s not been mention in weeks of it. But, don’t be deluded . . . I’m dedicated to my journal and the time I spend in it. So, finally, after the time away in California, I’ve caug…

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Ice Cream, Jackson Brown & Full Moons

It was just such a magical evening . . . I just had to share it with you dear readers. Now, if you’ve known me for any length of time, you know I’m not a big fan of ice cream. Now don’t get me wrong, I love ice cream and my husband talks me into it o…

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Romancing of the Hay Rolls

My romance with hay rolls began a long, long time ago. Many years ago I painted this image from the Western Slope of Colorado, near Steamboat Springs, when I visited there. I love the sweeping sky and fields during that time of year, stripped with the…

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The Luxury of a Day of Play

I can’t remember last time I took off a day, just to go paint and play with a friend. A dear lady, who’d taken several private lessons with me (yes, she was the one to witness the “crime scene” of previous post) and we found we had so much in common ~ …

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Ten Days from Hell

I was looking forward to the month of April, when the drama of Winter storms stirs excitement and an aching for more of the Spring “sneak-peeks”. We’d been taking lovely hikes up the trails behind our home near the Britt Festival grounds and savoring t…

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First Plein Air Painting of this Spring

Well, according to the calendar, it’s not r-e-e-e-e-a-a-a-l-l-y Spring yet. But I’m ignoring that. One of the artists who is my dear neighbor at the Ashland Art Center, Sylvia Trujillo (http://www.ashlandartcenter.org/pages/homeSylviaTrujillo.html), 2n…

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