Nicky Falkenhayn and Sara Swink in Lake Oswego Show.

An exhibition including painting, ceramics, sculpture and jewelry features two Portland Open Studios artists in a First Addition townhome in Lake Oswego. Artist reception is Friday, December 11 from 4-7pm at 535 B Avenue in Lake Oswego. The open house and art exhibit dates are December 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19 and 20.

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Students and artists speak out about Portland Open Studios new mentorship education program.

By Susan Gallacher-Turner Megan Delius and Shelley Hershberger This year, Portland Open Studios paired up 21 artists with about 40 students in a new mentorship education program. Students from four area high schools, Wilson, Century, Grant and Arts & Communications Academy were offered a unique learning opportunity to work with artists in their studios during […]

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Sara Swink, Bridget Benton and Kurumi Conley in Little Things 9.

The annual holiday show, Little Things, at Guardino Gallery features artwork 7” and under from 39 artists including three Portland Open Studios artists. Opening reception is Friday, November 27 from 6-9pm. And the show runs through December 27, 2009. Guardino Gallery is located at 2939 NE Alberta Street.

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Works of Faith exhibit features two Portland Open Studios artists: Jan Von Bergen & Susan Gallacher-Turner.

Text Panel by Jan VonBergen Works of Faith, juried art exhibit, is a mixed media art show featuring paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture that express faith and a celebration of the gifts of God and discovery of God’s presence in human life. Jan Von Bergen’s print piece, Text Panel, won honorable mention and a $100 […]

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Two Portland Open Studios Artists work goes to Japan.

Barbed Bird by Carole Zoom Carole Zoom’s wood block prints and Andy Paiko’s blown glass vases were among the gifts taken by Mayor Sam Adams on his Goodwill Trade Tour of Japan. When city staffers visited Carole Zoom’s studio during Portland Open Studios tour in October, they saw a connection between Carole’s prints and Japan’s […]

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