Let it snow… let it snow!

Winter Wonderland, Crater Lake - Daniel Loch

FANTABULOUS local art by fourteen artists! Art is the best gift you could give… or receive. Come to our Holiday Gift Gala on Oak Street.

Holiday Salon

grace and carl

“Grace” by Wataru Sugiyama is standing in front of “Over, Under, Sideways” (detail) by Vince carl. Our Annual Salon will include work by all gallery artists. Featured work includes paintings, encaustics, woodcuts, monoprints, sculpture – mixed media, bronze, wood and ceramic. This exhibit is scheduled from November 25 – December 31.

Drawing and Painting with Carolee Buck


Carolee Buck will be featuring her Ashland scenes done in pen and ink, watercolor. Visit her in her studio #10 upstairs during the Art Walk Friday, Experience the magical, woodland-themed show, Spirits in the Forest by Paula R. Fong and Liza Hamilton, in the AAC gallery during the First Friday artwalk, and throughout the month of November. And don’t miss Lisa Eldridge in the basement Ceramic Studio. Check out the eARThly Biomimicry Series in Studio 5b in lower level. Live music by Phoenix Sigalove and refreshments for the First Friday reception. Three floors of art and artists studios to explore!

Beauty in the Time of Climate Change

Winter's Wait 400

Photographs by Doug Smith, Jim Chamberlain, Vincent Leandro and friends. Quote from “Shifting Patterns” published in 2008: “Beyond the classic ingredients that form the world – earth, air, fire, and water – we must acknowledge another: people. Like it or not, humanity is an essential component of all the living systems on the planet, and how we behave will determine the future not just of ourselves, but of every living thing. There is no escaping the consequences of human activity. Like all animals, human beings are, most fundamentally, consumers. We seek abundance, safety, and ease, and have been remarkably successful at getting them. Unfortunately, at the base of it all is the flawed assumption that our consumption of the world’s good things can increase forever. Sooner or later, that assumption was bound to catch up with us. Thanks to climate change, it looks like it’s going to be sooner. . Humans are consumers, yes, but we are also capable of astounding generosity, imagination, creativity, and compassion. This is the time to begin.”


Our Annual Gifted Show – over 30 artists work

Gallerie Karon – an art gallery and so much more.

Let us help you select gifts for everyone on your list!

Affordable art, antiques and animals

November Happenings at the Schneider Museum of Art

Douglas Melini, Growing Fragrant, 2013, Acrylic on canvas with hand-painted frame, 53.5 x 45.5 x 1.75"

The Schneider Museum of Art’s current exhibition, Breaking Pattern, highlights several generations of artists from coast to coast whose works investigate and advance the discourse around pattern, optical, and perceptual abstract painting. The exhibition features recent paintings by seven American artists: Gabriele Evertz, Anoka Faruqee, Michelle Grabner, Gilbert Hsiao, Douglas Melini, Brian Porray, and Michael Scott. Breaking Pattern coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art’s seminal exhibition, The Responsive Eye, curated by William C. Seitz. The curators of Breaking Pattern are respective artists themselves. The Museum presents in its Treehaven Gallery With You in Constant Conversation, an exhibition featuring two works: Sweet Like Candy to My Soul by Rossana Martinez and Zero-Sum by Matthew Deleget. November Events at the Schneider Museum of Art First Friday at Southern Oregon University – Friday November 6 This First Friday, the Schneider Museum of Art is making parking and visiting all the galleries easier and fun!  On November 6, the Museum will extend its hours to 8:00 PM.  In the buildings adjacent to the museum, patrons can visit the students’ open studios and the Center for the Visual Arts exhibition spaces. […]

Best of 2015

                      Oak Leaf Studio is featuring a Best of 2015 Show with hand-picked art by both fine artist Leif Trygg and contemporary artist Diana Trygg. Each has selected several pictures to represent the best work they’ve produced this season. Leif’s collection includes several pastels from his Lithia Park Series as well as landscapes from around the area. Diana’s selection includes a memorial to French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.  Prints and cards of the various images will be available for purchase during First Friday. Winter hours begin for the studio November 1 through March 1, 2016. Oak Leaf Studio will be open by appointment only during this period, aside from First Friday events. Please contact us at 541 488-5756 to arrange a time to visit. This is the “fallow” period of the studio where both artists work intensely on new pieces for the next season.  

“Adventures in Abstraction” Mixed media works by Dodie Brandon Hamilton

"Fall Forest Dance"  Mixed media by Dodie Brandon Hamilton

“Adventures in Abstraction” is the culmination of my many years of painting as well as my many years of life …95 actually. It has been great fun!.

JEGA’s exhibit includes a bodacious mix of visual and contemporary art.

Breaking The Prejudices That Bind multimedia sculpture by J Ellen Austin JEGA Gallery. The multi media sculpture is made from two railroad connected to form a "T" laying on its side at the center is an antique saw blade is attached to the top of the cross and resembles a "christ" like head and hanbing off the head and left arm of cross are antique rusty chains adding to the effect the sculpture is rising up from an iron platform. J. Ellen the artist is asking you to debate and think about what meaning it has to the viewer.

As a working art studio the monthly exhibits include a bodacious mix of visual and contemporary art from talented artists in our Rogue Valley and beyond! Please inquire about our “by appointment only” as we are busy creating a commission piece!