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Susan DeRosa Janis Ellison Ashland Gallery Guide 55 J U N E Art & Soul Gallery Steve & Sue Bennett: oil, pastel and watercolor. Sue Bennett is a classically trained artist who paints to express beauty. “My intent is to capture the heart of the subject and I get completely caught up in it.” Steve joins Sue, drawing and painting outdoor subjects with pastels and watercolor. “It is fun to have a new area of life unfold for me each day.” Ashland Art Center Thalia Keple, Studio # 5, upstairs, medium: weaving and jewelry; Marty Hogan, medium: metalsmith/jewelry; Michael Corcoran, medium: fine woodworking; New Directions. Ashland Art Works Daniel Loch, photography. Cheryl Kempner, ceramic Crazy Birds and metal garden art. Gallerie Karon Husbands, Wives and Lovers, couples reflecting alone, sometimes on joint projects. Grants Pass Museum of Art June 1 – July 29: SAQA/GPMA Concrete and Grasslands, Studio Art Quilt Associates and Grants Pass Museum of Art have collaborated to present this exhibition of international art quilts. Hanson Howard Gallery John and Robin Gumaelius, collaborating artists and husband and wife, they incorporate ceramic, steel and wood to create animated human, bird and animal figures. Their sculptures are comical, bizarre and highly original. The Photographers’ Gallery John Petersen, featured artist. Shepherd’s Dream Inner Landscapes, Nina Bindi began painting acrylic abstracts at a young age. Her ever-evolving mixed media work includes elements from nature, underwater photography and a variety of natural textural materials. Nina’s work is inspired by movement, color and has been exhibited in galleries throughout Oregon, California and Hawaii. J U L Y Art & Soul Gallery Multiplicity, watercolor and collage by Georganna Happel exhibits a variety of explorations and applications that help push and expand the artist’s interpretations of her subjects. Yes, you’ll see her traditional watercolors, but also her efforts to expand beyond transparent realism and the limits of watercolor. Please join her in her enthusiasm for new adventures! Ashland Art Center Studio #6, upstairs; Stephanie Gould, beaded jewelry, Susanne Peterman, collage art; Out of the Box. Lisa Eldridge, clay, downstairs, clay studio. Ashland Art Works George Popa, dimensional wire sculpture. Marydee Bombick, functional clay pottery, clay sculpture, garden art. Gallerie Karon Rebecca Gabriel, one woman show. Paintings, prints and more! Meet the artist. The Photographers’ Gallery Debra Harder, featured artist showing Unusual & Whimsical. Shepherd’s Dream Inner Landscapes continued. A U G U S T Art & Soul Gallery Judy Richardson, Journey. “Life has taken me on a journey that fuels my love of art; from viewing masterworks, to painting with friends, all of my experiences enrich my appreciation and love of creating paintings. Each of my paintings require a journey from concept to expression. I invite you to share my journey and adventures through my paintings!” Ashland Art Center Laura Lawrence; Studio # 7, medium, wearable fiber art; Ponchos on Parade. Elijah Boor, mixed media/sculpture, downstairs, (Artists Underground). Ashland Art Works Michael Gibson, post impressionist style paintings. Elin Babcock, assemblage art, jewelry and paintings. Gallerie Karon Female of the Species, all female invitational exhibit. Over 20 artists. Grants Pass Museum of Art Aug 2 – Sep 16: National Watercolor Show. The National Watercolor Society Exhibition shows the high quality of watercolor artists in America. The Photographers’ Gallery Bobbi Murphy, featured artist, showing Death Valley Landscapes. Jhenna Quinn Lewis Eve Margo Withrow Suzanne Etienne


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