Fred Hamann

The Oaks Gallery

Willamette Art Center

The Oaks Gallery at the Willamette Art Center is pleased to feature Northwest potter, Fred Hamann, through May 15th.   A long established professional potter, Hamann is known for his graceful utilitarian stoneware.  The clean lines and simple forms highlighted by beautiful, complex textures make his pieces perfect for both display and daily use.  The gallery is open during WAC studio hours and shows the pottery and glasswork of WAC members.

 

Senior Art Majors 2016

Hallie Ford Museum of Art

503-370-6855  

Each year Hallie Ford Museum showcases Willamette University’s Senior Art Majors.  The show always presents an interesting variety of styles and approaches in multiple media.  This year’s artists are: Laura Cannon-sculpture, Shelbie Elise Wolfe-painting, Shayna Weimer-drawing, Mara Jordan Brashem-photography, Karya Schanilec-photography, Alexandra Ramsey-photography.   An opening reception will be April 15, from 6-8pm.  In conjunction with this event, the senior art majors will discuss their work as part of two free Tuesday Gallery Talks during the exhibition  The show runs through May 15.   museum-art@willamette.edu

 

“RECOLLECTION”

Currents Gallery  

532 NE Third St.  

McMinnville 

503 435 1316

Long-time established artists, Mark and Julia Hamilton have been perfecting their use of the encaustic medium since 2011.  They create images of nature, and the abstraction of nature, by burning in and painting with multiple layers of wax.  Interesting natural and industrial elements, including pebbles, bark, nails and rivets are often incorporated in their pieces.  The resulting depth and texture takes the viewer to a peaceful and harmonious place. The show runs through  May 15.   There will be an opening reception on April 16th, 5-8 pm, during McMinnville’s Art and Wine Walk. Hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Sat; 10am-2pm. Sun. http://www.currentsgallery.com

 

25th ANNUAL COLORED PENCIL EXHIBITION 

Enid Joy Mount Gallery 

980 Chemawa Rd. NE  

503 390 3020 

The Colored Pencil Society of America is a nonprofit organization founded in 1990 exclusively dedicated to artists working with colored pencil. District 201 serves Oregon and Southern Washington CPSA members, but is open to any colored pencil artist 18 years of age or older.  The 2016 Colored Pencil Society of America District 201 show is a juried show which requires that pieces submitted be composed of at least 60% colored pencil work.  This year’s judge is Eileen Cotter Howell, a professional studio artist and instructor with an almost 30 year career whose work has been published in several colored pencil books. The show  will run until May 4.