Margo Garnett

As a very young child, I realized I was to be an artist. I loved doing art and because my family encouraged me, many of my early attempts at art were successful. I also had great mentors who encouraged me to continue with my art.

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Judy Hubler

Judy minored in art during her college years and continued to study under local artists in Klamath Falls and Medford, Oregon working in oil, pastels and watercolors.

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Ruth Heath

The beautiful world the Lord has created is an adventure and joy to me. My desire is to use the ability He has given me, as an artist, to share what I see with others.

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Margery Mercer

A great many of the ideas for my art pieces begin with a word, a phrase or something said to me which becomes the theme as well as the title. I love using numbers and words to express the feeling of a specific piece.

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Dodie Hamilton

Dodie retired from teaching and discovered a real fascination and talent for watercolor painting. Her work is noted for vibrant color and the fluid, sparkling quality of her medium. Her subjects range from realistic florals and landscapes to mixed medi…

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Ruthanne Bray

Ruthanne is an Oregon native who was born and raised in Portland. She is happy working in many forms of art: pencil, pen & ink, oils, photography, ceramics, sculpture, acrylic and watercolor.

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Marilyn Zupan

Marilyn’s journey into art began with Calligraphy becoming a passion that led to her teaching this art form for more than 20 years. In 2009 a friend suggested that she try doing watercolours and a new passion was born.

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EUGENE BENNETT: A LIFE IN ART FEATURED EXHIBIT AT ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER AND FEATURED ARTIST AT ART IN BLOOM FESTIVAL

This year during the Art in Bloom Festival, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center opens Eugene Bennett: A Life in Art, an exhibition featuring the art of one of the Rogue Valley’s most loved artists, an influential teacher, and a founder of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. Numerous works on display were held in the artist’s personal collection and have never before been offered to the public. The public is invited to attend a free RECEPTION held on Friday, May 18 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm during Third Friday in Downtown Medford.
During the Art In Bloom festival weekend, the RGAC will host a Community Mural Project inspired by Eugene Bennett’s creativity and using his art materials. This free art activity invites community members of all ages to create an original collage to be part of a larger mural on display at the Rogue Gallery & Art Center later this year.

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Talent Art & Music Festival

“Mothers and Daughters” Show at Harmonic Design & Imaging: Oil Paintings and Giclée Prints by Jhenna Quinn Lewis, Paintings, Drawings & Photography by Kara Quinn Lewis, Oil Paintings and Giclée Prints by Sheri Dinardi, Oil Paintings and Giclée Prints by Charity Dinardi Hubbard, Jewelry by B. Stonewood Designs. Join us for Art, Wine & Appetizers.

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2012 BEST OF THE BEST STUDENT ART SHOW AT ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER

The Best of the Best Student Art Show—now in its 27th year—returns to the Rogue Gallery and Art Center (RGAC) as an event that has proven to be enriching and exciting for Rogue Valley high school students, parents, and teachers, while bringing recognition and support to the visual arts. The Main Gallery is literally filled with artwork made by the most talented and creative students from 16 participating Rogue Valley high schools. Each participating art teacher submitted their students’ work for in-district screening, and then brought the selected work to Rogue Gallery and Art Center for judging by professional artists. Nearly 150 individual artworks including paintings, drawings, collage, illustrations, sculpture, ceramics, and woodwork will be on display beginning on Friday, April 20 with a reception from 4:00 until 8:00pm. The show runs through Friday, May 4, 2012. The community is invited and encouraged to attend. Many thanks to the 2012 Best of the Best program sponsors Lithia Motors, and Harry and David.

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