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2016 Ashland Gallery

2016 Gallery Highlights A Quick Reference M A R C H Art & Soul Gallery The Spirit of Spring paintings in various mediums by the Art & Soul Gallery artists. Ashland Art Center Jo Ann Manzone, Studio #9, upstairs, medium: fiber & wearable art, Liza Hamilton, Studio #3, upstairs, medium: hand felted wool, The Wonderful World of Wool. Ashland Art Works Student Show, student artists from Ashland High School. Gallerie Karon Fine Wines and Felines, Celebrating our 14th anniversary with a wine tasting. Chocolate Festival participant. Grants Pass Museum of Art Mar 29 – May 27: Betty LaDuke Oregon Harvest, noted Ashland artist returns to GPMA with a new series. The Photographers’ Gallery David Lorenz Winston, featured artist, Stillness in nature and surprises in the ordinary. Shepherd’s Dream Pegi Smith (pegismith.com) is a selftaught contemporary artist, and creates in a visionary style with acrylic on canvas. Her abstract subjects include equine art, to nudes and nature, using rich colors. Pegi’s innovative style has collectors awaiting new pieces as they are unveiled. 54 Ashland Gallery Guide A P R I L Use this reference to find exhibits by the month. All shows open on First Friday unless otherwise noted. Enjoy! Art & Soul Gallery Joan Brown, stating that the best days are days with a brush in her hands, award winning artist Joan Brown paints the various scenes, landscapes and figures of her Southern Oregon home. Painting an array of subjects, her oil paintings are noted for their light and color. Ashland Art Center Dean Buchser, Studio #2, upstairs, medium: stained glass mosaics, Through the Looking Glass. Ashland Art Works Associate members featured. Connie Simonsen, hand-dyed silk scarves and shawls. Annette Trujillo, jewelry, photo cards, miniature pottery, and Monique Barker, Tibetan-style wall weavings, pillows and masks. Gallerie Karon Artist as Poet, artistry and poetry by one and the same person. Celebrating National Poetry Month’s 20th anniversary. Come meet the poet-artists. Taste of Ashland participant. Hanson Howard Gallery Frames by artist/filmmaker Greeley Wells, framed nude drawings and video. He utilizes a subtle and innovative approach of integrating still frames and moving frames film to illustrate the turning point in his life, from a lifetime as a still artist to his new-found passion as a filmmaker. The Photographers’ Gallery John Kirk, featured artist showing If Trees Could Speak. Surprising statements from the trees themselves in this extraordinary photographic exhibit about the life of trees. Shepherd’s Dream Katy Cauker (katycauker.com) In this Landscape Paintings for Changing Pace show, Katy’s paintings focus on brush work to develop engaging forms bound in color and shapes from the world around us. Join us for visual thoughts on art for the home. Ann DiSalvo Studio A.B Exhibit of figurative paintings, drawings, video, sculpture, by the artists featured in a short film: Nude by Greeley Wells, including Bruce Bayard, Ann DiSalvo, Kevin Christman, Inger Jorgensen, Irene Kai, Gabriel Lipper, Daniel Verner. M A Y Art & Soul Gallery Marge Heilman: Passages, works in oil, pastel and watercolor “depicting my travels and the landscapes and artifacts that invited me to paint them.” Ashland Art Center Jo Ann Manzone, Studio #9, upstairs, medium: fiber, wearable art & botanical printing; Mother Earth—the Art of Botanical Printing, Samantha McDermott, fiber artist, natural dyeing, downstairs, (Artist’s Underground). Gallerie Karon Mari!, one woman show for Mari Gayatri Stein. Paintings, drawings, books and cards. Come meet the artist. Hanson Howard Gallery Jhenna Quinn Lewis, Claire Duncan and Barbara Orsow. In conjunction with Klamath Bird Observatory’s Mountain Bird Festival, we’ll be featuring bird themed paintings and photographs. The Photographers’ Gallery Rio Montero, featured artist. Shepherd’s Dream Katy Cauker continued. Pegi Smith


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