Fresh Textiles and Paintings for Spring


In April, we feature our Associate Artist members, with acrylic paintings by Suzanne Etienne, hand-dyed scarves by Connie Simonsen, and weavings and encaustic paintings by Angelique Stewart.

“Art & Soul Gallery Artists Small Paintings Plus One Exhibit” paintings by Art & Soul Artists and invited guest artists

"The Lioness" Acrylic on canvas by Jasmine Patten

This Small Works exhibition continues showing the creative expressions of participating Art & Soul Gallery Artists, in a variety for medium and genre, and their invited Guest Artists.

“New Beginnings” Paintings by John Lambie

Camouflaged Aspen Acrylic by John Lambie

John works from a passion about mixing paints and colors that eventually takes me by the hand to the paintings desired destination. His paintings are full of hopeful optimism.

“Color” Paintings by Dixie Kinser

"August Moon" by Dixie Kinser

I believe that painting should be a refreshing exploration for the artist and the viewer.  Each painting reflects different combinations of color, style and focus.  

“Spirit of Spring” paintings by Art&Soul Gallery Artists

"Emerging"  Watercolor by Pamela Haunschild

Art&Soul Gallery presents our Gallery Artists in a Spring show of colorful and creative paintings evoking the spirit of Spring in a variety of mediums.

“Unique Perspectives in Art” works by Rogue Women

Rogue Women is a group of professional artists from the Rogue Valley and Northern California who use diverse media and unique approached to making art.

“Expressions of Spring” paintings by Art&Soul Gallery

Morning by the Bay pastel painting by Willo Balfrey

Art&Soul Gallery presents “Expressions of Spring” a gallery show featuring Art&Soul artists exhibiting works that depict the change from winter to the color, light and warmer days of Spring.

Circus, Circus Acrylic paintings by Katharine Gracey

For Katharine Gracey, art is about life, dreams and telling stories about places and people that are there-and not there. Her observations and experiences translate beautifully into whimsical vignettes.

Zoe Alowan: Selections from collections “First Ladies of Jazz” and “Ecstatic Grace”

Ella Fitzgerald

    Zoe Alowan invokes the beautiful colors of Matisse and Mondrian while also delivering a Reductionist’s boldness. Using large rhythmic strokes Zoe Alowan depicts the shimmer and swinging vitality of the First Ladies of Jazz, one of her favorite subjects. Painting since a child and with an Oberlin art degree, she also helped establish the Manifesto of Reductionism along with other artists from the Grass Valley Graphics Group. Her art has graced the venues of hundreds of renowned jazz musicians. Wynton Marsalis, Brandford Marsalis, Herbie Hancock and others have preformed alongside her monumental jazz paintings at International Association for Jazz Educators (IJAE) events from 2003 to 2008.             Also showing by Zoe Alowan are selections from her “Ecstatic Grace” collection inspired by traditional Devadasi Sadir. Traditional Devadasi Sadir is the sacred temple dance of South India. For hundreds of years these dances were performed as daily temple punja (ceremony) by Devadasi women. Using a language of gesture and complex steps, the dancer surrenders her identity to become the vehicle for the expression of ecstatic grace.