Colors of Autumn

Our new member show, “Colors of Autumn,“ opens Friday, September 6 and remains on display until Sunday, September 29.This time of year is always a brilliant season for art as well as color outside! Come to the gallery to see the interpretations of the season our members have offered for your consideration. Please join us […]

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Second Saturday Art Walk for September

Art Presence Art Center member John Campbell will present an educational offering on the Second Saturday Art Walk, September 14th from 5 to 7 on constructing his beautiful cloth baskets.  They are unique and colorful and  real conversation pieces.  Don’t miss this presentation.  There will be 3 sessions, and refreshments as well. Look for the […]

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September 2019 Press Release

Art du Jour Gallery will be featuring a black & white exhibit of portraiture from Portrait Slam, a group of local photographers who have collaborated with residents from Ashland’s Skylark Assisted Living & Memory Care to create “SkyLarkSlam” to be our featured wall exhibit through September.  In our Salon Sheri Dinardi’s two-month exhibit will also continue to the end of the month. … Read more →

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Why I’m not painting

And therefore I looked down into the great pity of a person’s life on this earth. I don’t mean that we all end up dead, that’s not the great pity. I mean that he couldn’t tell me what he was dreaming, and I couldn’t tell him what was real.” Denis Johnson When I got to […]

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August 2019 Press Release

Art du Jour is featuring the work of long time member Carol Sharp along with the classical painting of Charity Hubbard for the month of July.  Musical entertainment for Third Friday on July 19 will be announced at a later date on Facebook. August Featured Artist Winnifred Wilson Winnifred Wilson exemplifies diversity. Born in Malaysia of Chinese ancestry, she lived… Read more →

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