Project Category: Portraits

Anne Brooke

A member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, Anne Brooke’s award winning watercolors have been displayed throughout the West Coast. She has taught drawing and watercolor for 15 years, helping to develop many prize-winning artists, and is the founder of Art Presence, Jacksonville, Oregon’s nonprofit art center and gallery.

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Jessica Lee Findleton

Jessica Lee Findleton’s modern, empowering art has a relaxed, yet whimsical view that reflects her emotional and dream-filled personal story.Jessica Lee is an Ashland, Oregon based mixed media artist. Her collage paintings incorporate re-purposed and ecological materials delivering deep color, textures and layered assemblages. She finds inspiration in the nature of petals, branches, feathers, botanicals and the ocean.

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Lori Garfield

Lori Garfield’s DNA determined that she should be an artist. She sees and feels the world around her more acutely than many, bringing an awareness of the oneness of the heartbeats on our planet. “I limit my focus to North American animals and plants. Perhaps when I create a familiar critter you’ll be reminded of actions that may impact them. I hope my classical atelier training is enough to bring a smile, pause at Nature’s splendor and reflect on our connected lives.”

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Carla Griffin

Carla has won numerous awards in local art shows and is presently the President of the Josephine County Artists Association. She paints portraits in oil, landscapes and still life in oils and pastel, and abstracts in acrylic. Her art hangs at Gallery One in Grants Pass, OR and at Rogue Gallery & Art Center in Medford, OR.

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Christina Madden

I paint to express an emotion or moment in time. I paint a variety of subjects in many mediums and find in each a joyful challenge; I’m currently experimenting with abstract expressionism. I show my work at the Portland Art Museum, in galleries throughout Southern Oregon and the Saatchi Gallery in London. My father was an artist and my great-great-grandfather was George Inness, an artist of the Hudson River School.

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