A R T I S T M E M B E R S
has shown her work in galleries in Minnesota, California, Arizona, New
Mexico and Oregan. Some pieces are “SpiritKeepers” which have space
to hold ashes of a loved one, or a hope, dream or intention.
34 Ashland Gallery Guide
PO Box 1604
Grants Pass, OR 97528
meets Impressionism in my work. I paint hiking experiences,
collaborating with hikers from around the country. They are paintings of
real places. Perhaps they’re places you want to go, or may have already
been. Using a loose, “painterly” style, you are invited to take an active
role in exploring and viewing the location. I graduated with a Bachelor
of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003.
Figurative Ceramic Sculpture
Ashland Art Center
257 East Main Street, Ashland
Kat McIver is a self taught
artist working in clay. Her
hand built pieces, mostly
figurative, are inspired by the
qualities of the heart center.
She finds pieces come through
as an erotic dance between
her hands and the clay. She
In our natural habitat
outside Ashland, I think
of life as art. Eight years
ago Michael Bianca joined
me, and his talent, humor,
and experience make it
a pleasure turning discarded tools and rusted metal into one-of-a-
kind sculpture. I also paint, using mixed media, sometimes attaching
things which gives dimension to something that otherwise would be
flat! Abstract or whimsical, we love using found objects, striving for
something aesthetically interesting that viewers will find intriguing!
10 N Central Ave. Medford
Ryan Moon is an oil painter
that focuses mainly in
portraiture because he is
fascinated by the human
element and the uniqueness
of each individual person.
He strives to create
depth and emotion in
every mark he makes. He
attended Southern Oregon
Art Academy where he
graduated and taught for six years. Ryan’s work can be viewed at MÄS,
and by appointment at his studios in downtown Medford.
Fine Art, Illustration,
Lisette is a visionary artist, animator and sculptor. A recipient of the
prestigious Princess Grace Award for Film & Animation, Lisette has
screened at festivals internationally. Drawing on her background in
theatre, Lisette creates intricate kinetic sculptures she describes as
“small poems”— suspended moments of theatre to sweeten the home.
Her illustration work has been featured in Dope magazine, with a
client list including Netflix and Wells Fargo. Workshops and private
2515 W. McAndrews, Medford
Collage has been my primary
medium since the early 1970’s.
Other work has included
painting, jewelry made of
papers and fabric.
I have also taught classes in
paste patterned papers.
Call to visit or see my work at
my home in Medford.