Virtual Recycled Rain Show!

THIS SATURDAY MAY 2nd! The Virtual Recycled Rain Project goes live! Check out the website for this year’s stunning contributions and to learn about our fantastic artists! Due to the current COVID-19 Outbreak the 2020 Recycled Rain Project Will Be Held Virtually. FEATURING: Clare Carpenter, Nate Ethington, Karl Kaiser, Kindra Krick, Jody Katopothis, Kelly Neidig,…

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Around the Narrative Lens

In the contemporary world, we tend to live and breathe narrative. The connective tissue of the Story has threaded into much of our cultural consumption. Whether we are digesting the news of the day, taking in the entertainment media, or sharing anecdotes with loved ones, we’ve learned to mimic the narrative arc perpetuated in our…

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Ford Gallery Annual Holiday Show & Mixer!

Ford Gallery celebrates our beloved Ford Building this holiday season, featuring the many talented artists and makers who call the Ford Building their home! Get original works, artist prints, and handmade goods from Ford Building residents. Find unique and locally-made holiday gifts for friends and family. Join us Saturday, December 7th, from 6-9 PM for…

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Chasing Jessie Applegate

Chasing Jessie Applegate, a new solo show at Ford Gallery, is a visual art exhibition of work created by Portland artist Kirista Trask. Through the abstract exploration of place the artist seeks to reconcile her genealogy as a seventh generation Oregonian in relationship to her families long struggle with inter generational trauma. Chasing Jessie Applegate…

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FACE – Fine Art Cutout Exhibition

Custom faire-style cutouts, as designed by over a dozen local artists. F.A.C.E. will exhibit roughly 15 large-scale pieces, each designed by a different local artist. Each piece features a roughly face-shaped hole somewhere on the canvas, where you and your pals can join the composition and selfie yourself into oblivion. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTSJustine VeriginMatt HopkinsAmanda BakerKeith…

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The Recycled Rain Project 2019

The Recycled Rain Project is a PNW based invitational art show creating original works using rainwater to raise awareness of water issues. Since its first show in May 2012, The Recycled Rain Project has been dedicated to its mission to increase awareness of local artists and to engage and educate the community on water issues. …

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Under Pressure: One of One

Featuring new monotypes by: Ahuva S. ZaslavskyFritz KochJemila Ann HartJenn Feeney OPENING Saturday, April 27th6-9 PM Under Pressure: One of One is a group of Portland based printmakers that has been working together for over eight years. In 2019, we founded the Under Pressure: One of One collective in order to foster a supportive community…

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