Lucinda Parker: “Knowledge is Not Our Enemy”

Until December 2nd you have a chance to see Lucinda Parker’s new paintings at the Russo Lee Gallery (805 NW 21st Street in Portland)…most done in the last three months.  The show is entitled “Knowledge is Not Our Enemy” which sounds possibly political, but isn’t.  It’s about mountains…most specifically our own MT. Hood. This morning […]

Just Tulips!

Well this gallery gig is interesting and fun, but goodness a month comes around fast! Thursday Dayna, Tory and I put up the new show, “Just Tulips”, and lest you think it’s ALL work, check us out…(these two are a little scary…) Dayna went BOLD… Tory went whimsical…(this one sold already!!) and this one is […]

Ayumi Takahashi

I really like Duplex Gallery at 219 NW Couch Street in Portland.  I first tried to go there last year on a Saturday to see a show that interested me, only to find they are open Monday through Friday from 9-5…business hours.  This fall and winter Duplex Gallery has loomed large on our list of […]

Archival Adventure

We picked up Willamette University Archivist Mary McRobinson this morning and headed up to Portland to visit Mardy Widman. The Widman family has donated Portland painter Harry Widman’s archival papers and materials to the Pacific Northwest Artists Archive (PNAA) at Willamette.  Today we were going up with Mary to see Harry’s studio, the breadth of […]

Rick Bartow

Luckily I’m giving you plenty of time…Rick Bartow’s show “Things You Know But Cannot Explain” is on view at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the University of Oregon campus through August.  If you love painting, if you love sculpture and construction, if you love Oregon, if you love the authentic point of view, […]