Eugene Weekly : Galleries : 10.28.10

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


BRING Gallery “Vision/Revision,” group show w/Oregon Arts Alliance, Oregon artists who use recycled materials in their work, reception 5:30-7pm Thursday, Oct. 28, exhibit continues through Dec. 30. 4446 Franklin Blvd

David Joyce Gallery “Food, Field & Fiber,” fiber based art by 12 local artists, reception 5-7pm Thursday, Nov. 4, exhibit continues through Jan. 7. LCC Campus, 4000 E. 30th

Giustina Gallery “Call & Response: The Conversation Continues,” eight-month conversation among eight Corvallis artists, reception 6:30-8:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 2, exhibit continues through Nov. 30. 875 SW 26th St., Corvallis

Karin Clarke Gallery “Memories: Paintings & Drawings by Anne Kutka McCosh,” reception 5:30-7:30pm Friday, Nov. 5. 760 Willamette

LCC Gallery “Saturdays & Some Days,” art by Eric Fracassi, reception 4-5pm Thursday, Oct. 28, exhibit continues through Nov. 11. 4000 E. 30th

Museum of Natural and Cultural History “Celestial Menagerie: Multi-media Artwork by Talmadge Doyle,” reception 6-7:30pm Thursday, Nov. 4; “Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam,” photography by Florian Schultz; “Solitude & Absolute Form,” Northwest landscapes by photographer Jon Meyers, through Oct. 31; “PaleoLab — Oregon’s Past Revealed: Horses & Grasslands,” through Dec. 19; “”We Are Still Here,” Stephanie Wood’s & Grand Ronde Family Basketry Traditions; “Solitude & Absolute Form,” photography by Jon Meyers, “Oregon: Where Past is Present,” ongoing. 1680 E. 15th

Olive Grand Art Collectors Club Kickoff, 2-4pm Saturday, Oct. 30. 1041 Willamette

Talmadge Doyle’s #2 Tucan is on display at the UO’s Museum of Natiural & Cultural History


Most venues have receptions with music, drinks and/or treats, and often the artist(s) in attendance, starting around 5:30pm and continuing until 8:30 or 9pm.

The 543 Artist Residency “The Toilettes Gallery: Corn on the Cob,” mixed media by Paige Ammon. 543 Lawrence

The 1032 “Porch of Distinction,” ongoing. 1032 West 3rd

CALC “Shared Communities—Mixed Identities,” photographs. 458 Blair

Eugene Whiteaker Int’l Hostel “Re-Run Your Life,” prints by Craig Lasha, Kim Rose & Wendi Kai. 970 W. 3rd

Jawbreaker Window Gallery “Art by Me,” charcoals by Vinton Gregory. 796 W. 4th

Michael DiBitetto “Ethereal, exquisite etchings,” clothing art. 201 Blair

Museum of Unfine Art Art by Shannon Knight, Greg Basore & Anj Marth. 537 Willamette

New Frontier Market “Realistic Abstractions,” acrylic & oil on canvas & other mixed media by cody wicker; “Subversive Screenprints” by Adrian Cunial. 1101 W. 8th

Ninkasi Brewery Acrylics, oils & mixed media by Sarah Brothers, costumes encouraged, minors until 8pm. 272 Van Buren

O.U.R. Federal Credit Union Informal showing of members’ mixed-media art. 325 Blair

Phoenix Hall “Choiceless Awareness,” watercolors & sketches by Jane Sanford Harrison; “Capturing a Moment,” mixed media by Lucilla Butler. 325 W. 12th

Pizza Research Institute “Familiar faces in my subconscious,” ink & acrylic on canvas by Nicholas Johnson; mixed-media art by Joseph Elliot Moore. 530 Blair

The Redoux Parlour Fall/Harvest Themed Group Show, feat. work by Charlie Meckel, Will Cornwell & others, costumes encouraged. 780 Blair

Studio 508 “Reflections,” oils & acrylics by Jazmine Gabriel. 508 Blair

Studio C Beads by Teague McCohen & artisan jewelry by metalsmith Tracey Bell. 245 Blair

Territorial Vineyards “The Sun, the Moon & the World,” oil paintings on wood panels of different places & cultures around the world by Isabel Lopez-Dutroncy. 904 3rd

The Voyeur “Nocturnal Musings: Collections of the Dark,” mixed media by Mare Kent & Jill Mardin, and B/W photography by Bill Holderfield. 547 Blair

Wandering Goat Coffee Co. Multi-media pieces of feathers, bones & graffiti by Caroline Arivizu. 268 Madison

Whopner County Allstars Band practice, maybe, 7-9pm. 362 Polk

The Woodpecker’s Muse “Faces: The Human Yearbook,” portraits in oil by Jean Denis. 372 W. Broadway

ZDREAMZ Art by Ron LaFond. 937 W. 3rd


Benton County Museum “A Lasting Impression: Earl Newman Retrospective,” hand-designed & silkscreened poster prints, through Nov. 6. 1101 Main St., Philomath

Blackfish Cafe “Disappearing Oregon,” photographs by Rich Bergeman, through Dec. 29. 2733 NW Hwy 101, Lincoln City

CPR Gallery Fiber Art by Donna Crispin, through Nov. 30. 1711 Willamette

Don Dexter Offices “Mingling,” photography by Roka Walsh; “Images,” photography by Doni Dexter, through Nov. 29. 2233 Willamette St., Ste. B2

Fairbanks Gallery “Degree of Beauty,” paper & debris constructions by Leesoo Lee, through Nov. 2. 106 Fairbanks Hall, OSU, Corvallis

Florence Events Center Galleries Gallery One: The Yachats Art Guild; Glass sculptures by Peggy Gilbertson; Gallery Five: “Northwest Colors,” FEC Art Galleries Committee members show. 715 Quince St., Florence

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art “Christophe Goodstein: Inferno,” through Dec. 5; “Giuseppe Vasi’s Rome: Lasting Impressions from the Age of the Grand Tour,” through Jan. 2; “In Honor of the Confucius Institute,” through Dec. 5; “Excessive Obsession,” through July 31, 2011. 1430 Johnson Ln., UO

Law School Gallery “Double Vision: Panoramic Photos of Eastern Oregon & the Willamette Valley,” photos by Kurt E. Norlin, through Jan. 4. UO Campus

Maude Kerns Art Gallery “Day of the Dead: Dios de los Muertos” exhibit, through Nov. 5. 1910 E. 15th

MECCA Halloween Show & Sale feat. art by P.D. Frasure, Sue Hunnel, Issac Coblentz, Tamara Fountain, Sandra Hilton, Marilyn Kent & Lori Macedone, through Oct. 30. 449 Willamette

Oregon Arts Alliance “Hold: Baskets, Boxes, Bowls & Containers,” feat. 15 Oregon artists w/special selection of ceramics by artisans from Clay Space, exhibit continues through Oct. 30. 881 Willamette

Raven Frame Works Figure drawings by OSU professor emeritus Clint Brown, through Oct. 30. 325 W. 4th

Springfield Museum Honoring Springfield Firefighters, Past & Present, various exhibits, through Oct. 30. 590 Main St., Spfd

White Lotus Gallery Woodblock prints by several artists, though Oct. 30. 767 Willamette




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