A R T I S T M E M B E R S
Oil Painting, Charcoal
6600 Pioneer Rd, Medford
Betty Barss uses transparent watercolors to convey her interpretative
realism style. The challenge and spontaneity of watercolors is what
Betty enjoys the most. Her versatility with a wide range of subjects
contributes to the popularity of her work. Betty’s paintings can be seen
at Art and Soul Gallery; Rogue Gallery and Art Center, Medford; Hart
Mt. Store in Plush, Oregon, and her studio. “The beauty and intrigue
of the world gives me daily inspiration.”
798 Saint Andrews Circle
32 Ashland Gallery Guide
Susan Eileen Burnes
Fiber, Pastel, Acrylic on Canvas
P. O. Box 886
Rogue River, OR 97537
Sarah F Burns
Oil Paintings, Graphite and
Sarah F Burns is a classically trained oil painter who turns her
documentary focus on a wide variety of subjects, all painted from
life. She paints full time in her home studio and teaches drawing and
painting classes at Project Space in Talent. Her series Meet Your Meat:
Vanitas for Smithfields can be viewed at Smithfields Restaurant
and Bar all year.
Michael Lynn Adams is a contemporary representational artist whose
luminous still life and figurative oil paintings reflect his deep appreciation
for beauty and simplicity found in everyday life. His award-winning
paintings have been exhibited in numerous prestigious international and
national shows including Salon International, Oil Painters of America
National, and California Art Club Gold Medal exhibitions; and are in
private and museum collections across the United States.
Hand stitched fiber conveys the experience of unity and harmony through
the repetition of simple geometric forms in linear patterns. In the
individual artworks, each unique unit relates to the others on the canvas
to form a greater whole. Susan’s award winning art has been featured
in exhibitions and galleries across the country. Visits to her studio may
be arranged by appointment.
Patrick Beste is an abstract artist. A native of Nebraska, he moved west
in 2001 and was immediately attracted to the natural beauty of Oregon.
He started painting to depict the rivers, mountains and forests of
Oregon, and particularly the Rogue Valley. “I try to reflect the colors and
changing values, the movement and textures of nature.” His art is bright,
engaging, and reveals his feelings for the wonderful gift that is Oregon.
Pastel, Charcoal, Pencil,
621 A Street, Ashland
Ann DiSalvo works in pastel, charcoal, colored pencil, acrylic and
mixed media, fluent in figures and landscapes. Available for
commissions, illustrations and portraits; drawing classes and tutoring.
She continues to explore new techniques to express ideas. Her work has
been exhibited in numerous group and solo shows and is in collections
throughout the country. Studio A.B is open for public viewing most days.
Try your luck or call ahead for an appointment.