Ashland Gallery Guide 27
W O R K I N G S T U D I O S
Oak Leaf Studio
247 Oak Street, Ashland
Open on First Fridays,
or by appointment
Oak Leaf Studio in Ashland’s
Railroad District, is the working
studio for artist Leif Trygg. On
view are landscapes in acrylic,
watercolor and pastel that capture
the beauty and spirit of the West
and especially Southern Oregon.
Original artwork is available for
purchase, as well as prints and
cards. Commissions are welcome.
Pumphouse Studios is the
workspace of artist Julia Janeway.
Drawing from her love of
illustration, Julia’s carved ceramics
are of contrasts, lively and with
a sense of humor.
Pumphouse Studios gets its
name because Julia first worked in
an old pumphouse on her land.
In 2006, the current studio was built,
a welcome space for visitors.
Open by appointment and during
the Ashland Open Studio Tour.
Julia’s pieces are on display at
Hanson Howard Gallery.
2000 Ashland Mine Road
151 N Pioneer Street, Ashland
Open some First Fridays,
check website, and by appointment
On display is mixed media
sculptural art by Elizabeth York.
The work includes various buddhas
composed in wall relief form, sacred
geometry and a series investigating
her experiences of relative “time.”
Also on display are sculptures
from two books, the Book of Beings
(various ego structures) and
Embracing the Shadow (exploring
emotions) both arising from the
processing of childhood traumas.
Recent work includes a playful
series of animals, a variety of birds
and sculptural figures.
621 A Street, Ashland
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