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Visual Arts

Erol Chandler leaves a career in education to pursue artisanal lamp making
‘The Power of Pink’ Type O Lamp

Harmonic Laboratory and Quixotic Fusion team up for an explosive arts festival at the Hult
Quixotic Fusion’s ‘Gravity of Center’
Quixotic Fusion’s ‘Gravity of Center’

The Cannery teams up with local artist Erik Roggeveen to create an innovative mounted mural
Erik Roggeveen's new mural ‘Potential’
Erik Roggeveen's new mural ‘Potential’

‘Lioness’
‘Lioness’

In the Schnitzer’s new exhibit, Under Pressure, more than contemporary art is on display, but also a challenging reflection of our times
‘The Pastoral or Arcadian State: Illegal Alien’s Guide to Greater America,’ Enrique Chagoya, 2006
‘The Pastoral or Arcadian State: Illegal Alien’s Guide to Greater America,’ Enrique Chagoya, 2006

Defining Native art, and himself, in a new age
Lemuel Charley. Photo by Trask Bedortha.
Lemuel Charley. Photo by Trask Bedortha.

Confessions of a macabre pop-surrealist
Photo by Trask Bedortha
‘Keeper,’ oil on canvas. Meesha Goldberg. Photo by Trask Bedortha.

Gallery owner Amy Isler Gibson sounds off on the visual arts in the 21st century
Photo by Todd Cooper
Photo by Todd Cooper

The Jordan Schnitzer’s Masterworks on Loan program brings iconic works to Eugene
The works of Mike Kelley, Walton Ford and Jean-Michel Basqiat at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
The works of Mike Kelley, Walton Ford and Jean-Michel Basqiat at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Eugene artist Joe Mross and crew build a steam walker for the Nevada festival
Photo by Trask Bedortha
Photo by Trask Bedortha