Artist’s Questions Answered.

By Susan Gallacher-Turner If you’ve been thinking about applying for Portland Open Studios, now’s the time. As a Portland Open Studios artist, you’ll be able to show your work and tell visitors about your process in your own studio. You’ll get the opportunity sell your work, build a mailing list, set up workshops and meet […]

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Helen Hiebert awarded RACC grant and opens a new installation.

Portland Open Studios artist, Helen Hiebert was awarded a 2010 Regional Arts & Culture Council Project Grant. With this grant, Helen will produce a suite of six handmade paper and string drawings in an edition of ten which are based on images of knots. Each collection of six drawings will be housed in a clamshell […]

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Celebrate Valentines Day with Local Artists

By Susan Gallacher-Turner Three shows featuring current and past Portland Open Studios artists are open this weekend. Just in time for Valentines Day, you can visit and select a work of art for your sweetheart. Sculpture by Joni Mitchell Showing at the new Amato’s Gallery in Beaverton are many past and present Portland Open Studios […]

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Zoomtopia Opens!

Zoomtopia—a new creative space developed by Carole Zoom, a Portland Open Studios artist 2008-2009. Zoomtopia offers Portland artists and non-profits a home of their own. Opening reception: 6 PM Thursday, January 28, 2010 810 SE Belmont Portland, OR 97214 Building dedication by Mayor Sam Adams Appetizers by Wendy Weaver Frozen Yogurt by Active Culture Drinks […]

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Subjective, by Becca Bernstein and Gwenn Seemel

Gwenn Seemel and Becca Bernstein, winner of Portland Open Studios first Kimberly Gales Scholarship for Emerging Artists, have collaborated on an exhibition of portraits. Below, Artist by Becca Bernstein In this exhibition, Becca and Gwenn have painted themselves and each other, as well as their parents, partners, and other relations. Subjective consists of two views […]

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