December 3, First Friday, our last first Friday we will have 2-4 artists at the gallery all day from 10 am – 7 pm.
“I have always been inspired by nature’s astounding beauty and variety.”
“What a Difference a Frame Makes” This exhibit includes artwork by all of the Art & Soul Gallery artists which has been framed by Peter, the gallery’s new owner. January, 2020
David William Terry uses oil paint to portray what he considers to be beautiful, focusing on capturing the essential character of his subjects and less concerned with originality or style.
Jenay Elder’s impressionistic oil paintings are known for their textured notes of color, representational quality and their sensitive subject matter.
“The beauty of flower gardens have inspired me since I was a child. I love to watch the flowers dance in the bright sunshine.” Alice Niemiec
How does and artist get from a blank canvas to a finished painting? Merging art and music, come and see it happen live!
“It’s my goal to honor land, water, and sky in my paintings and to create a need for preserving an area’s natural beauty.” – Silvia Trujillo
Carla presents her exquisite, realistic Oil and Pastel paintings. Her expressive landscapes depict the world through her observations and vision.
Joan Brown is an award winning artist who paints an array of subjects, her oil paintings are noted for their light and color. This exhibit features her paintings of Lithia Park and beyond.
This is a simply painted show, a small collection of large paintings, about the dark and mysterious places where wolves live in Southern Oregon.
Dana Feagin’s new exhibit “The Funny Farm”, captures the silly side of farm animals we love. 10% of sales from this show will be donated to Sanctuary One, a local non-profit care farm.
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.
Carla has documented historic farms of Ashland. her expressive oil paintings will be accompanied by historic black and white photos.
Carla Palmese is exhibiting her oil paintings of her trip through the canal so North Wales