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An Intense Green Spring :: click here for more info

April 7th, 2016 - May 1st, 2016

Our April focus artist is Carol Chapel.  Carol delights in painting elements from her rural environment here in the mid-Willamette Valley: birds, animals, bits of plant material, all made relevant through her art.  Carol's show will be up through the month of April.


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"Oregon in Bloom" :: click here for more info

May 3rd, 2016 - June 3rd, 2016

Our May show "Oregon in Bloom"celebrates the amazing diversity of an Oregon spring, from the wilds of Malheur to the urban landscapes of our large cities.  Defining Oregon and it's treasures is an elusive undertaking, but one that our artists have excelled at in their creative interpretations...


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May Window Show: Tamera Greiter and Jerri Bartholomew :: click here for more info

May 3rd, 2016 - May 28th, 2016

Two Corvallis artists working in metal and glass will bring their work to the gallery this May.  Tamera Greiter, a metal sculptor, uses 100% recycled metal in her work, incorporating old, traditional blacksmith forging and today's new technologies, to create truly amazing work.  Jerri...


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A Night of Books and Humor with Henry Hughes :: click here for more info

May 19th, 2016 - Starts at 4:30 pm - Ends at 7:00 pm

Join us at the gallery on Thursday, May 19 to meet professor and fisherman, Henry Hughes from Western Oregon University.  Hughes will be talking about art, life, fishing, and humor and reading excerpts from his latest books "Bunch of Animals" and " Back Seat with Fish: A Man's Adventures...


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Sandy Segna: June Window Show :: click here for more info

May 31st, 2016 - June 30th, 2016

Sandy is a Corvallis potter who works in wood fired clay pieces.  Sandy's work in our June window is the product of a five day firing of the Anagama kiln in the Oregon Coast range.  Wood-fired kilns are heated by burning wood, often to temperatures approaching 2500 degrees...