Introducing Artist No. 76 – Shannon Carlson

Like many artists, Shannon Carlson spent much of her childhood drawing from imagination. “I guess you could say I was always trying to draw my daydreams. Best case, I still do.” Shannon is a process oriented painter. “The biggest change to my creative process happened when I became comfortable with my own voice, trusted my […]

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Introducing Artist No. 43 – Susan Kuznitsky

Susan Kuznitsky believes that as an artist she is also an historian. “When I am out painting local scenes on location I feel I am capturing a moment in time that will never happen again. I often find myself painting older landmarks when I go to another town to paint. Some of the structures will […]

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Inroducing Artist No. 90 – Sherri Aytche

Sherri Aytche found her way to clay soon after moving to Portland from New York City. “I am a city girl, born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. I found working with clay to be a bridge to connect me to my new West Coast residence. An education major focused on counseling, clay became a […]

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Introducing Artist No. 21 – Anna Lancaster

Anna Lancaster has been creating art since she was 6 or 7 when her dad and brother started teaching her to draw in grade school. She was self-taught until 1993 when she starting taking lessons from a retired portrait artist, Carol Stone. She’s taken workshops with Scott Christenson, Eric Jacobsen, Eric Bowman, Jennifer Diehl, Za […]

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A message from our President

Hey everyone, we’re almost three months away from our annual event! It was great to see so many people turn out for our Preview event at Oregon Society of Artists on July 28. Tim Mahoney and his staff were wonderful hosts, and we are very happy to be collaborating with them. Look for future events […]

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