W O R K I N G S T U D I O S
Denise Kester Studio
438 Helman Street, Ashland
28 Ashland Gallery Guide
Denise Kester is a renowned artist
and teacher and has just published
her first book, “Drawing On The
Dream, Finding My Way By Art.”
She has been teaching workshops
at Kester Studio and nationally for
25 years. Her workshops include
printmaking, collage, surface design,
and book arts. Denise exhibits
her original monoprints locally at
Hanson Howard Gallery and she
exhibits handmade books, prints and
original works at the Ashland Art
Center. Denise Kester’s home studio
is open by appointment.
322 N. Pioneer Street, Ashland
Studio #4 “Inspiration”
Ashland Art Center
By appointment or look in during
the Ashland Art Center’s hours
Glass artists Jeff Addicott and
Keith Gabor create their works of
art in Ashland’s Historic Railroad
District. Enjoy the live glass
blowing, shop for the perfect
handmade gift in the colorful
gallery, place a custom order, take
a scheduled class or drop by for
a “blow your own glass” workshop.
Call or check out our web site
for more details!
Jeanne LaRae is a renowned
exhibited and published artist. Her
work has been featured in a variety
of movies, music videos, murals,
brochures and magazines. She has
been a professional Fine Artist
and Illustrator including leading
workshops and class instruction.
Portraits of people, animals,
architecture and landscapes have
been collected and commissioned.
Jeanne loves the outdoors and paints
en plein air, alla prima and studio
based. She exhibits locally in the
Ashland Art Center Gallery.
WORKING STUDIO is the membership
category for artists in a shared studio,
or individually, that is active and working,
periodically open to the public. Visitors are
offered a view of the art process in an informal
atmosphere of sharing. When located within
the bounds of the Gallery Tour Map, the Working
Studio benefits from opening on First Friday.
NEIGHBORING ARTS ORGANIZATION
is the membership category for galleries,
art museums and group studios in the Rogue
Valley and bordering California counties.
It is established to encompass the wider
community of visual arts and encourage further
exploration and discovery of the amazing
diversity in the fine arts here.