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W O R K I N G S T U D I O S 28 Rebecca Gabriel Studio 404 Wilson Rd. Ashland, OR 97520 541-488-3831 rebeccagabriel@aol.com www.rebeccagabriel.com Studio Hours by appointment 24 Ashland Gallery Guide My figurative work combines psychological complexity with an implied narrative. I work solely from life, and carefully select my models, which I pose using dramatic lighting. My passion is for discovering the unique core of the subject matter, and the alchemy which occurs between artist and model. I employ an old master technique which I have modified to express my distinctive style which is deeply rooted in naturalism and a contemporary sensibility. “Snow’s Place” is the charming home studio of artist Snow Panneton. On display at Snow’s Place are her highly detailed paintings of ‘Imaginary Women’ in different settings, as well as her mixed media home & garden decor sculptures and jewelry. 29 Snow’s Place “There’s no place like Snow’s Place!” 125 Sherman Street 602-448-4109 (Call for appointment with artist) snow.p007@gmail.com www.snowriverart.com Etsy: SnowVisions Instagram: snowvisionsart 30 Studio A.B 621 A Street, Ashland 541-482-2253 StudioA-B.com AnnDiSalvo.com BruceBayard.com 31 Studio Shoshanah 502 A Street, Suite 2 Ashland, OR 97520 themuse@cybermuse.com cybermuse.com shoshanah-dubiner.pixels.com by appointment Artists, Ann DiSalvo and Bruce Bayard, create, exhibit, and sell drawings, pigment prints, and mixed media fine art. Established in 1998, Studio A.B welcomes visitors most days 10–5 or by appointment. Ann is available to illustrate projects for publication, works on commission, and offers drawing tutorials. Bruce produces multimedia performances of sound, video, dance, voice and spoken word. Inspiration for my art comes from biology and the microscopic world, from the amazing forms through which life manifests itself, whether they be cells and parts of cells, or tissues, organs, and entire whole plants and animals. All these forms are infused with brilliant life-affirming colors, like the one-celled creatures in “Endosymbiosis: Homage to Lynn Margulis,” on permanent display in Morrill Science Center at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.


2016 Ashland Gallery
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