Gallery 903 in June

Gallery 903 in June

Posted by on May 19, 2015 in BLOG, First Thursday, Gallery 903 | No Comments

TEXTURE + TIME June 2015 MIDNIGHT BLACK 48″ x 48″ / Mixed Media Tangie Belmore Concrete, granite, basalt, silk, wax… these natural elements are all around us. Texture + Time features a variety of NW Artists incorporating these elements and more to create works rich in texture and depth. Please join us for an evening […]

Gallery 903 in May

Gallery 903 in May

Posted by on Apr 17, 2015 in BLOG, First Thursday, Gallery 903 | No Comments

May 1st – May 31st 2015 Join us for Urban Spring, a group show featuring a collection of works from Pacific Northwest Artists bringing to focus the intimate and emotional subtleties of the ever growing urban persona. These visual expressions range from abstract to representational, stone to bronze. Please join us for an evening with […]

Blackfish Gallery in May

Blackfish Gallery in May

Transparency:  Uncovering What is Hidden; May 5 – May 30, 2015 Artist Talk, Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 11:00 am.   Time transmutes into conceptual theme in Black’s series of large acrylic paintings on canvas, These works extend and refine the artist’s ongoing investigation of multiple levels of reality and showcase her skill as a symbolist, […]

Waterstone Gallery in May

Waterstone Gallery in May

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in BLOG, First Thursday, Uncategorized, Waterstone | No Comments

May at Waterstone features the work of visiting artist Martin Conley and long time member Barbara Mason in a two person show titled Form and Identity. Martin Conley presents wood sculpture exploring the idea of form and Barbara Mason’s prints address the concept of identity.  Waterstone Gallery Artist Owned and Operated Since 1992 424 NW 12th Ave […]

Blackfish Gallery in April

Blackfish Gallery in April

Clint Brown and Rory ONeal, Implicit Ambiguities, March 31 – May 2, 2015; Artist Talk:  Nude vs Naked: An Abbreviated History, Clint Brown, Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 2 pm. In his work Brown tries to integrate formal and humanistic concerns and address the conflicts we as a culture experience between naked and nude. Straddling the […]

Waterstone Gallery in April

Waterstone Gallery in April

Posted by on Mar 15, 2015 in BLOG, First Thursday, Uncategorized, Waterstone | No Comments

April at Waterstone features the work of Nancy Arko in a show titled Changes. Nancy Arko’s landscapes celebrate change. Metaphorically the landscape becomes a trope for the human experience, where change, be it fleeting or prolonged, is the one thing we can be certain of. Waterstone Gallery Artist Owned and Operated Since 1992 424 NW […]

Gallery 903 in April

Gallery 903 in April

Posted by on Mar 11, 2015 in BLOG, First Thursday, Gallery 903, Uncategorized | No Comments

Common Threads features works from Portland artist Sara Sjol’s Fabric of Life Series. This series is very personal, with each piece telling a story that influences all aspects of the work. The line is akin to a mediation with the repetitive movements that create the grid to the contorting gestures that help to destroy it […]

Blackfish Gallery in April

Blackfish Gallery in April

The show dates are:  March 31 – May 2, 2015; Opening is Thursday, April 2, 6 pm — 9 pm Clint Brown’s  work centers on domestic dramas.  His work is comprised of 8 oils on canvas and half a dozen mixed media works on paper.  His chief concern is the history of the nude in […]

Attic Gallery in March

Attic Gallery in March

Posted by on Mar 5, 2015 in Attic Gallery, BLOG, First Thursday | No Comments

First Thursday Opening Reception to Meet the Artists: March 5, 6 – 9 pm Multi-instrumentalist Tony Kalhagen performs ambient music New works by Amanda Houston: primarily a pastel artist, Amanda is inspired to paint real places in the Pacific Northwest. She takes photos for reference, but usually paints plein air. Her work is described as […]

Annie Meyer Artwork Gallery in March

Annie Meyer Artwork Gallery in March

The Gallery is pleased to exhibit new pen and ink drawings by David Shratter, titled “Poppies, My Self, and other things of mine” . This body of intimate drawing on Kitakata paper is drawings on the life cycle of himself, his home environment, and flowers that he had brought into his home. David writes about […]