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Visual Arts

Kari Johnson’s new mural at Cozmic is an exercise in harmony
Kari Johnson spent 2 months on the new Cozmic mural. Photo: Trask Bedortha.
Kari Johnson spent 2 months on the new Cozmic mural. Photo: Trask Bedortha.

Local fiber optics company Ants On A Melon lights up festivals across the country
The fiber optic jellyfish by Ants on a Melon at Kaleidoscope Music Festival. Photo by Todd Cooper.
The fiber optic jellyfish by Ants on a Melon at Kaleidoscope Music Festival. Photo by Todd Cooper.

A shrine opens at FOOD for Lane County’s Dining Room downtown

Second Friday Art Walk and TwentyAfterFour light up Springfield

Sniffing out what you shouldn’t miss in the arts this week
Le Misantrope engraving, 1719 edition
Le Misantrope engraving, 1719 edition

Printmaker Josh Krute exposes the internal art of wood

Local photographer sets out to capture the fading glory of the Western frontier

Springfield Museum hosts Portland artist Anna Fidler’s haunting exhibit
‘Mary,’ 72 inches by 99 inches, acrylic and colored pencil on paper.

Portraits of Comedians puts a twist on First Friday ArtWalk
Louis C.K.
Louis C.K.

Explorer-photographer Jason Rydquist captures what the bygone becomes
‘Return of the Drifter,’ self portrait at Fort Rock Homestead Village Museum, ore.