Paintings, Jewelry, Woodwork by Art Students

Sonora Mindling-Werling works on a painting.

Student artists at AAW gallery are Sonora Mindling-Werling, watercolors and jewelry, and Theo Whitcomb, acrylic paintings. Woodworking students will also display their fine wood products.

Painter Miles Frode and Photographers Jacie Gray, Joseph Linaschke and Dan Elster

Miles Frode Miles is a third generation full-time artist, emcee, musician and poet. He has been an artist and poet for more than 25 years. His art is freestyled and off the cuff, utilizing a technique that he has coined “Feeelism.” He allows the “Muse” to lead and often does not have a clear idea of what he is creating until the piece has been completed. The result is a collection of fantastically surreal paintings filled with abstract imagery and vibrant colors. With a medium of oil and canvas he is able to produce versitle and unique pieces that are sure to strike your fancy.               Joseph Linaschke We are excited to bring you brand new photographs from Joseph Linaschke. His most recent installation features the brilliant and beautiful fall colors of Southern Oregon. This photo compliation takes you on a journey around the valley offering strking pops of color and higlighting the unique natural landscape of the area.            Jacie Gray New at Liquid Assets this month is photographer Jacie Gray. Jacie lives in Ashland and spends her time immersed in nature, which has […]

Love is in the air…

Clay "Heartwork" by Cheryl Kempner

“Heart works,” metal sculpture by Cheryl Kempner. Other art on display includes Paintings, Jewelry, Textile Creations, Assemblage Art, Pottery, Woodworking, Fiber Arts, Prints and Cards.

MULTICULTURAL CELEBRATIONS

Mali Market Day

Multicultural Celebrations by renowned artist, Betty LaDuke will include small paintings (32” X 42”) depicting the lives of villagers from Asia, Africa and Latin America. “I hope that my visual impressions reach out beyond the confines of national boundaries to reveal that in spite of our cultural differences, human survival is dependent on our ability to connect with one another through understanding and compassion. Bonding with my family and friends on a multicultural, global level nurtures me. I have a need to continue sharing visually and verbally examples of human dignity and hope” Betty LaDuke We have represented Betty since the gallery first opened in 1980 with many exhibits throughout her prolific career. Most of her exhibitions and collections are shown or owned by museums and she rarely shows in galleries. We are privileged to make this collection of *small paintings (42” x 32”) accessible to our community. 50% of proceeds will be donated to The Oregon Community Foundation in support of Rogue Valley visual arts.

JEGA Sweet Arts Exhibit

JEGA Sweet Arts Exhibit.  A Showcase of Sweet Contemporary Art! JEGA presents Contemporary Sculptures which combine sensuous with provocative. Paintings to inspire and challenge one’s perspectives. And an art gallery that is humorously brazen.  JEGA’s Sweet Arts have the capacity to open up our viewpoints and learn how we all can contribute to making this a better world! Current exhibit includes Sweet Art from the following artists: Jason Bueter: metalwork and photography; Christopher Dworin, ceramic sculptures; Dawn Ferrari: stone sculptures; Tej Steiner: ceramic sculptures; Lucious Upshaw, bronze sculptures; Daniel Verner’s acrylic paintings; J. Ellen Austin: intriguing stone and mixed media sculptures. Come by for First Friday SweetArtwalk, enjoy some yummy treats and pick up JEGA’s Entry Form for the JEGA Gallery and Sculpture Garden’s 21st annual “WOMEN WITH ATTITUDE & MEN WHO LOVE WOMEN WITH ATTITUDE!” 2015 juried art exhibit in March and April. JEGA GALLERY AND SCULPTURE GARDEN, INC presents the 21th ANNUAL “WOMEN WITH ATTITUDE And men who love women with attitude!” Juried ART Exhibit Opening Friday, March 6, 2015 and Friday, April 3, 2015 JEGA invites artists to submit orignial paintings, drawings, sculpture and performance art in […]