January 17 – March 14, 2014
Opening Reception: January 17th, 5-7 P.M.
|Hallie Brown Ford Gallery||
The Creative Process
|Most often an artist’s creative process – the planning, sketches, tests, failures, etc. – is hidden from the viewer, who only sees the finished work. In this exhibit the artists will share their creative process with viewers from inspiration to finished work; to reveal this often mysterious side of art-making. For this particular exhibit we want to show our viewers what is involved in “The Creative Process”.|
University of Oregon, Photo Dept. Group Exhibit: Shakey Ground
|Jonathan Bagby www.jonathanbagby.com
Farhad Bahram www.farhadbahram.com
Steven Joshlin www.stevenjoshlin.com
Alex Krajkowski www.alexkrajkowski.com
Dan Powell www.dantpowell.com
Terri Warpinski www.terriwarpinski.com
|Corridor Gallery and Alcove||
|Allison Hyde is a Pacific Northwest artist, teacher, curator and gallery director who was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking from the University of Oregon in 2011 and is currently showing her work at many locations across the West Coast. While investigating ideas of memory and loss, personal objects and traces of history, her work manifests itself in many forms including works on paper, sculptural installation, digital media, and painting.
|Jon Leach was born in Seattle and received his B.F.A. in painting from the University of Washington, having studied with Jacob Lawrence, Robert C. Jones, Louis Hafermehl, Boyer Gonzales, and Alden Mason. He subsequently exhibited his work throughout the Pacific Northwest. After moving to New York in the early 1980s, he continued to produce work in a variety of mediums: oil, acrylic, and collage. Returning to Seattle, he began exhibiting his paintings in a range of alternative spaces from Pioneer Square saloons to Capitol Hill salons as well as more traditional gallery venues. Leach relocated to Southern Oregon in 1994 where he has been actively participating in exhibits and competitions exclusively within the state. Soon after his move to the area, he began to explore printmaking, primarily monotypes, monoprints, and silkscreens, in addition to creating work on paper and canvas. During these geographical changes, he has remained committed to mixed-media abstract art.
think, unthink, rethink
Umpqua Community College Fine Art Department
|Featuring student works from the following disciplines: photography, ceramics, printmaking and drawing.|
John Paul Gardner
|John Paul Gardner is a prolific multi-media artist who has received numerous awards, grants and recognitions for his work. Gardner’s mixed media collage work is in many private and public collections and is currently represented by Cureeo Gallery. A recent highlight includes JP’s first large scale Museum installation at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center in Vermont.