ARTISTS: TOP 6 TIPS FOR MAXIMIZING THE STUDIO TOUR

Hey artists: the tour is just days away. Are you excited? Long-time tour goer, Diane Hunt, wants you not to downplay the importance of this event: “My moment with these talented people of great innovation and creativity, they make me feel like I’m being lifted up to their world, just talking to them, hearing their […]

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Our Glass artists

How do you like your glass? This year Portland Open Studios welcomes four very different artists working with this tricky medium: Bob Heath, Kurumi Conley, Carli Schultz, and Heather Fields. These four artists have very distinctively different working styles. Kurumi Conley (studio #66, NE Portland) is a fused-glass artist returning to Open Studios this year. […]

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Want to get your hands dirty during Portland Open Studios?

Here are a few artists who plan to have something for you to do if you visit their studios: You can go to our website to learn more about the artists and get your Guide to Local Artists. Shannon Carlson has some great fun in store for you if you visit her studio this October. […]

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The intern experience

More exciting news from Annamieka Davidson and her intern, Sid.  We are so excited that they are taking full advantage of our intern program.  Here’s her report:  “My PDXOS intern Sid came today. We looked at the mural that just went up across the street, and then we got a studio tour from a ceramic […]

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Introducing artist No. 92 – Karl Kaiser

Karl Kaiser’s mom was a teacher and so he was always doing art projects growing up. “But it wasn’t until I was older and on my first trip to Europe that I became interested in photography, specifically black and white photography.” During that visit he spent time with his Aunt Wanda, a working artist living […]

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