Our featured artist is Clista Prelle-Tworek . Clista is an arts educator and professional artist, as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in the treatment of PTSD. Her style is primarily expressive realism, with strong elements synthesizing the human form and archetypal symbols including mythologies from around the globe.
Please join us for September’s Art Walk for live music with Still Lookin’ and our infamous sangria.
Using dynamic lighting techniques, Photographer Cornelius Matteo captures his vision of the excitement and energy of the 2013 Ashland Film Festival. Wine and hors d’oeuvres reception, and music by Alexis. “Every Spring, Southern Oregon is buzzing with the excitement of the Ashland Independent Film Festival. Over 18,000 tickets are sold to film lovers who gather at the historic art-deco Varsity Theatre in downtown Ashland to watch over 85 films in five days. These photographs represent my vision of this wonderful event ” – Cornelius Matteo Biography “It all began as a child, watching the great films. Life unfolded before my eyes and I wondered what lay inside each actor’s thoughts and feelings. I questioned the role that light played in telling each person’s story and studied how both lightness and darkness illuminated character. For the past 15 years I have worked in visual arts both as a commercial videographer and a photographer. I was also nominated for my work in Off Broadway for a Spotlight On award, for best lighting design. As a new-comer to Ashland, my joy comes from working with clients who seek a unique and loving portrait of themselves, […]
Free sangria and ADEY in concert on Aug. 2! Promoting evocative local art as inspiration to discovering your passionate, creative nature.
< This show represents a gathering of images that illustrate my passion for emotional expression through color. My images evolve from a desire to experiment with color while allowing the layers to develop freely on their own with no previous background drawings being used. I wish to share my journey with the hope that you enjoy as much as I enjoyed creating it. Music by Douglas Ross on the Dulcimer. Refreshments served First Friday August 2, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The Female of the Species
Our annual invitational exhibit
All women artists in a show all their own
Our featured artist’s for August is Marilyn Zupan. Art has always been a large part of Marilyn’s life. Marilyn was raised in a family that appreciated art in all forms, and several family members are artists. Marilyn’s father was English and she was fortunate enough to be able to live in England for more than 3 years. She developed a deep love for the softness and beauty of the English Countryside. 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. The freedom and beauty of watercolour captured Marilyn’s imagination. She has been painting and taking classes since then and ha not stopped, event to the point of painting in her dreams. She is inspired by memories of England and being able to recreate those memories in watercolour is pure joy. Marilyn was honored by being juried into the Watercolor Society of Oregon in October 2011. Other Artists on display include Norm Rossignol and Boni de’Laire Kettering. Norm Rossignol ~ He began […]
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Galleries, open studios, and artists on all three floors. Featured artist: Photographer Lewis Anderson with his show “Somewhere Between Here and There”. Live music: JJ Joss.
Find artists Bruce Bayard and Ann DiSalvo at one of the anchor galleries on A St.. Well established and cutting edge, they show classical technique beside elegant use of software tools.
“Looking Forward, Looking back” Lorene Senasec presents raku journeys, colorful carved bowls and tiles.
“Fanciful to Functional” Marydee Bombick’s clay creations for home and garden.
“THOROUGHBRED”, an equestrian themed show – large extraordinary oil paintings by Gabriel Lipper
Sculpture! Garden Installations: Jason Bueter, Cheryl Garcia, Pokey Mcfarland, Ingo Wedde; Sensuous Stone: J. Ellen Austin, Dawn Ferrari; Bronze: Lucious M. Upshaw; Ceramics: Chris Dworin, Tej Steiner; Multi Media: Tom Stamper. Wood: Michael Fansler; Walls: Acrylic: Rosemary Dalton, Dan Verner; Digital: Kristina Royce; Print: Richard Royce.