The artists at Ashland Art Works would like to thank those of you that have come by for a visit over the last several weeks. We are here for you, and you have been here for us!
Ashland Art Works is pleased to announce that our Main Gallery has relocated to our Thrown Stone Gallery in our back garden space – Join us for our “soft” opening Thursday June 4th – 12:00 to 4:00.
Let us melt your heart and warm your soul. For the months of November and December, the 5 galleries at Ashland Artworks will feature all of our artists. Original paintings, ceramics – functional and sculptural, hand fabricated jewelry, assemblages, hand painted silks, wire sculptures, textile creations, woodworking and textural collages. We have a little of everything, all hand made with care and quality. Ashland Artworks is a hidden gem, off the beaten path. Join us for First Friday Dec. 6th, 5:00 to 8:00p .
In August we will be featuring assemblage sculptures and abstract paintings by Elin Babcock, Raku sculptures by Lorene Senesac, and layered and textural collages by Roxanne Evans Stout.
Along with our Featured Artist, Art&Soul Gallery presents our new owner Peter Alexander Welch. Music by Beth and Craig Martin with Todd Ragland,
In April, we feature our Associate Artist members, including weavings and textiles by Angelique Stewart, acrylic paintings by Suzanne Etienne, and hand-dyed scarves by Connie Simonsen.
Featured Gallery, Ashland Art Center will be presenting “Rust Obsessions,” artists who use found rusted objects to create textiles, encaustic, assemblage and collage.
This winter, the Schneider Museum of Art presents Exploring Reality, an exhibition curated by Shane McAdams and Scott Malbaurn that consists of nine artists who delve into and explore reality to complement the Southern Oregon University (SOU) campus theme. The participating artists work in many mediums, including painting, printmaking, installation, and sculpture. The community is invited to the opening reception of Exploring Reality on Thursday, January 14, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. SOU’s Center for the Humanities has assembled a series of academic events throughout the year to investigate the theme of exploring reality with the goal “for the campus and our larger community to engage in rigorous intellectual conversations about this challenging subject, informed by the latest research, scholarship, and insights from a wide variety of perspectives.” The Schneider Museum of Art is happy to collaborate with them this term to provide the insight of artists and curators. By working with an outside curator, Shane McAdams, who is based in Wisconsin and New York, the Schneider Museum of Art is not only bringing great art from the state of Oregon to our region, but bringing national exposure to these […]
As a working art studio the monthly exhibits include a bodacious mix of visual and contemporary art from talented artists in our Rogue Valley and beyond! Please inquire about our “by appointment only” as we are busy creating a commission piece!
JEGA Sculpture and Multi-Media Art Exhibit for October features preeminent Northwest artists. Art in a variety of media which entices you to think, debate, laugh & enjoy and beyond!
This fall, the Schneider Museum of Art (SMA) will present Breaking Pattern, an exhibition curated by Matthew Deleget and Rosanna Martinez of the Brooklyn-based gallery Minus Space. The exhibition will highlight several generations of artists from coast to coast whose works investigate and advance the discourse around pattern, optical, and perceptual abstract painting. The community is invited to the opening reception of Breaking Pattern on Thursday, October 1 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. The Museum will show the works of seven artists: Michelle Grabner, who co-curated the 2014 Whitney Biennial and will curate the next Portland Biennial exhibition; Gabriele Evertz, whose artwork is included in the public collections of the Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art among others; Anoka Faruqee, an associate professor at the Yale School of Art; Gilbert Hsiao, who has received awards from the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation; Douglas Melini, who received a painting fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts; Brian Porray, whose most recent exhibitions include Abstracted Visions: Information Mapping from Mystic Diagrams to Data Visualizations at Cerritos College Art […]
JEGA featured artists: Steve Bieback, Metal Sculpture; Jason Bueter, Photography and Metal Garden Art; Kathy Beal, Abstract Painting; Chris Dworin, Ceramic Sculpture; Dawn Ferrari, Stone Sculptures; Nakom U-aksorn, original watercolors; Neil Stewart, Contemporary Sculpture; Tej Steiner, Ceramic Sculpture; Lucious M. Upshaw, Limited Edition Bronze Sculptures; Daniel Verner, Acrylic Paintings; Ingo Wedde, Outdoor Metal Sculpture; And J. Ellen Austin, Stone, Bronze and multi media Sculpture.
This years’ art event opens March 6th 2015 for Women’s History Month and runs through April and the Ashland Gallery Association’s A Taste Of Ashland weekend. JEGA is welcoming artist entries for April! Each artist may submit up to two entries with the application form no later than March 23, 2015 for April 2015 Exhibit. There is a $10 submission fee per entry which will be waived for students with proper i.d. Applications are available at the JEGA Gallery, 625 A street, or call 541-488-2474 or email < email@example.com
Art & Soul Gallery presents an exhibit of Landscape paintings by Gallery Artists. Participating artists: Carla Palmese, Dana Feagin, Christina Madden, Judy Richardson, Linda Boutacoff, Willo Balfrey. Steve Bennett, Sue Bennett, and Randye Jensen.
In celebrating the winter season, Artists of the Art & Soul Gallery have come together to show their many expressions and mediums in a 12″ x 12″ format.
As a working art studio, JEGA’s monthly exhibits include a bodacious mix of visual and contemporary art. JEGA will inspire you to take up stone sculpting and add to your art collection!
Special Summer Birthday Celebration! Limited inventory of sculpture tools and equipment, raw stone, including marble and soapstone will be available for a short time. Featuring an array of artwork comprising photographs, sculptures, drawings, paintings that will inspire and provoke you to support the arts locally and add to your art collection
A Colorful Summer at the Schneider Museum of Art Royal Nebeker: An Artist’s Journey Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection: Andy Warhol Silkscreens Opening Reception Thursday, June 19, 5:00 – 7:00 PM Featuring Artist’s Gallery Talk with Royal Nebeker at 5:30 PM Exhibition on View Friday, June 20 through Saturday, September 6 The Schneider Museum of Art is excited to present colorful, energetic, and engaging exhibitions this summer. Royal Nebeker: An Artist’s Journey and Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection: Andy Warhol Silkscreens will open Thursday, June 19 and will be on view through September 6, 2014. Royal Nebeker: An Artist’s Journey features the beautiful figurative paintings and collages of Royal Nebeker. Nebeker received his MFA from Brigham Young University and continued his art studies in Norway, where he became deeply influenced by the work of Edvard Munch. Nebeker’s painting also reflect his engagement with Abstract Expressionism. He currently resides in Astoria, Oregon, and he has held residencies and has exhibited widely throughout the world. Royal Nebeker: An Artist’s Journey is sponsored by Miller Paint Company. Nebeker’s exhibition of paintings will be complemented by Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection: […]
The Schneider Museum is Pleased to Announce its Premier Exhibition for 2014 Home: Shelter and Habitat in Contemporary Art Showing January 10 – March 15 For most of us home is a personalized place of comfort, privacy, and security. Inside its walls we create spaces that reflect who we are and what is important to us. We also take refuge and respite from the rest of the world in these enclosures, believing in the safety that four walls and a roof can offer. In Home: Shelter and Habitat in Contemporary Art, 28 artists have deconstructed their meanings of home and assembled their concepts through photography, painting, sculpture, and video. The result is engaging art that invites us to rethink our notions about the places we live. To sculptors Sasha Petrenko and Gina Tuzzi, home is not a fixed unit, but a nomadic dwelling that can be brought with us wherever we go. Ari Salomon’s photographs provide intimate views of the interior of his great aunt’s apartment where she lived for 30 years. In contrast, Henry Wessel’s photographs are taken from a voyeur’s perspective. His haunting exterior shots leave us to imagine […]
Galleries, open studios, and artists on all three floors. Featured artist: Nancy Ashmead with “Art is a Verb”. Live music: David Elan Kelley. Special Show in the Classroom: Rogue Hack Lab.