Contemporary artist Diana Trygg is now sharing exhibit space at Oak Leaf Studio with fine artist Leif Trygg. Diana calls her pieces Curated Art. Each image, texture, and object has been personally culled from a collection created over the past 15 or more years. Odd items, unusual shapes, textures and colors, or old memorabilia, as well as found objects are used to create unique images.
David Gordon New at Liquid Assets this month is painter and website designer David Gordon. His medium is simple; paint and canvas, his aesthetic; colorful and unconventional. David grew up in a highly creative household and spent his freetime making art and exploring the forest behind his house. Houses have become prevalent in his artwork since attending art school. As symbols of comfort and security, David plays with the juxtaposition of houses in many elemental backgrounds and many states of existence. His melting houses suggest a state of impermenance reflected in the subtle fluidity of nature. He contrasts these abstract images with bright, patient colors that evokes the power of the natural elements. His paintings have appreared in magazines, TV shows, and Newspapers and are collected worldwide. CJ June A new artist whose aesthetic is unlike any we have shown before; CJ June is a clay artist who draws her inspiration for this collection from the prehistoric art found in the ancient caves of the Pyrenees mountain range bordering France and Spain. Throughout her many travels in Europe […]
Carla has documented historic farms of Ashland. her expressive oil paintings will be accompanied by historic black and white photos.
JEGA Gallery presents: Harvest of Art: Contemporary Stone, Metal, Wood, Ceramic and Multi-Media Sculptures. Art that is Sensuous, Playful, Abstract and Representational created by talented artists from the Pacific North West and beyond!
Our annual gift show with 28 artists and guests for a twist on the usual!
Come visit Ashland Art Works for our Annual Holiday Gala! Sculpture, ceramics, paintings, fabric art, scarves, prints, cards and more – something for everyone on your holiday list!
The annual exhibit at Hanson Howard Gallery features salon style hanging
that includes many gallery artists and rotates to add new work during the
month of December.
Featured artist is watercolorist Elaine Frenett with “New Directions: Perhaps dimensional, Perhaps intuitive.” Join Elaine in her studio upstairs at AAC. Live music and refreshments for First Friday reception. Three floors of art and artists studios to explore!