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Ashland Art Works

291 Oak Street, Ashland, OR 97520
541-488-4735
Thurs, Fri, & Sat 10-5 and Wed & Sun 11-3, or call for an appointment

 

Fine Art, Beautiful Jewelry, Affordable Gifts & Cards… 5 Galleries & Sculpture Gardens in one place Showcasing Local Artists: Pottery, Glass, Jewelry, Paintings, Sculpture, Mugs, Cutting Boards, Dyed Silk, Wall Reliefs, Assemblage Art, Woodwork, Prints, Photography & Art Cards, Crazy Birds…and much more!

Voted 1st Fri Art Walk: Most Fun Gallery! Meet the Artists — Guest Artists & Student Shows
Only 2 Blocks from the Downtown Plaza

Elin Babcock’s Assemblage, Jewelry, & Paintings
Marydee Bombick’s Functional and Garden Pottery
Michael Gibson’s Painting in post impressionists’ style
Cheryl Kempner’s Jewelry, Garden Art & Crazy Clay Birds
Claudia Law’s Textile Creations
Daniel Loch’s Photograph
George Popa’s Dimensional Wire Sculptures
Lorene Senesac’s Raku Sculpture & Wall Reliefs
Connie Simonsen’s Handpainted Silk Scarves
John Weston’s Fine Woodwork & Cutting Boards


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Meet New Ashland Art Works Artist, Angelique Stewart

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One morning a few years ago, out of the blue, I woke up and decided to buy a loom. I taught myself to weave on that first rigid-heddle loom, and quickly upgraded to an 8-shaft floor loom so I would have more options for high-quality fabrics.

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Now, I weave and sew elegant home decor that is made to last – like tea towels and table runners – and stylish, chic accessories, including scarves and shawls. I love using high-quality organic materials and time-proven techniques, but with a modern sensibility. It’s important to me that the things I make last a long time. I don’t ever want to make anything that’s disposable. Even dishtowels can be heirlooms!

 

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