Eugene Weekly : Galleries : 3.13.08

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


The Arts Center Howland Community Open exhibition, through April 5. Noon-5pm Tu-Sa. 700 SW Madison, Corvallis.

Café Soriah Paintings, assemblage & personal altars by Jill Cardinal, through April 15. 384 W. 13th.

Karin Clarke Gallery “36 Remarkable Women,” drawings, paintings & prints by Anne Kutka McCosh, through April 12. An opening is 5:30pm Friday. 10am-5:30pm Tu-Sa. 760 Willamette.

Opus6ix “Cats-22,” acrylic paintings by Barry Geller, through April 27. 10am-6pm Tu-Th & Sa, 10am-8pm F, 11am-4pm Su. 22 W. 7th.


Tony Brown references Radiohead in his art at New Zone Gallery’s “Peace, War and Politics in America: 2000-08” exhibit through March 21


Art of Glass Watercolors by Linda Whitfill, through March 26. 9am-5:30pm M-F; 9am-4pm Sa. 790 Blair.

Axe & Fiddle Photography by Paula Goodbar, through March 31. 657 E. Main St., Cottage Grove.

Backstreet Gallery “Unraveling,” assemblages by Kathryn Damon-Dawson, through March 31. 11am-5pm W-Sa. 327 Laurel St., Florence.

Better Yet Charcoal & watercolors by Travis Roshto, through March 27. Noon-6:30pm M-Sa. 782 Blair Blvd.

Blooming Branch Bistro Paintings by Ellen Gabehart, through March 31. 49 W. 29th.

BRING Gallery “A Dialogue with Nature,” work by Antonia Lindsey, through April 10. 8:30am-5pm M-Sa; 10am-5pm Su. 4446 Franklin Blvd., Glenwood.

Choppers Macro nature photography by Katherine Emlen, through March 31. 1241 Willamette.

Diablo’s Downtown Lounge Collective works by Skullfly Tattoo, through March 31. 959 Pearl St.

DIVA “The Secret History of Punk Rock: Visual Vitriol,” concert posters from the ’70s-’00s; “Arts and Letters,” work by Lotte Streisinger; “Beneath the Skin: 100 Nudes” by Demetrius Gonzalez; “iTeraTion,” installation by Adam Rupniewski; “Paisajes,” ceramics by Renee Couture; “Nature: Sacred Feminine Perspectives,” work by Kosjenka Filipovic & Shirley M. Collins, through March 30. Noon-5pm Tu-Sa. 110 W. Broadway.

Elemental Play “Quixotic Imagery,” work by Dane Kaldahl, through March 27. 1061 W. 2nd #3.

Espresso PRN West “Art and Chronic Pain: A Healing Journey” exhibit, through March 24. PeaceHealth Medical Group annex, 1162 Willamette.

Espresso PRN East “The Art of Healing,” work by Ken Jefferies, through March 24. Sacred Heart Medical Center, 3rd floor, 1255 Hilyard St.

FireWorks Restaurant “Redeeming the Child: Images of Growing Awareness,” work by Ede Schenkel Wolfe, through March 31. 11:30pm-2:30pm & 5pm-9:30pm M-Sa; 10am-2:30pm Su. 1115 SE 3rd (Hwy 99W), Corvallis.

Florence Event Center Galleries “Reflections,” watercolors by Jane Rincon; “Rent(ing)-A-Rod,” painting exhibit; miniature paintings by Marjorie Hanson & hand-made books by Liz Johnson, through March 31. 9am-5pm M-F and by appointment and during events. 715 Quince St., Florence.

Gallery at Peace Harbor Hospital “Art That Speaks For Itself,” work by Jan Jagoe, through April 30. 400 9th St., Florence.

Gallery Obscura Work by Jonathin Chiarella, through March 23. Open by appt., 844-1286. 1255 Railroad Ave.

Imagine Paintings & prints by Noelle Dass Studio, plus 20 other local artisans, through March 31. 10am-7pm M-Sa; 10am-6pm Su. 296 E. 5th.

Jacobs Gallery “Telling Stories,” photography by Rich Bergeman and Paul Neevel, through March 29. Noon-4pm Tu-F; 11am-3pm Sa. Hult Center. 684-5635.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art “Buddhist Visions” exhibit, through April 13. “Angry White Men,” prints by Robbie McClaran, through April 20. “From Rags to Riches,” Japanese Buddhist robes installation, through March 30. Five paintings by Impressionist & Post-Impressionist French painters, through June 8. 11am-8pm W; 11am-5pm Th-Su. 1430 Johnson Ln., UO. $5, $3 stu. & sr., FREE UO stu., faculty, staff.

La Follette Gallery “Images of Western Oregon,” photography by Justin C. Williams, through March 31. 10am-6pm M-F, 10am-5pm Sa. 931 Oak.

LaVerne Krause Gallery Photography student group show, March 10-14; “Habitat,” mixed media group show, March 17-21. 10am-6pm M-Th; 10am-3pm F. 101 Lawrence, UO.

LBCC — North Santiam Hall Gallery “The Political Show: Art About Politics and Social Change,” group exhibit, through April 18. 8am-5pm M-F. LBCC, Albany.

LBCC — South Santiam Hall Gallery Photography by Lewis Froquer & drawings by Chui Hui Shen, through March 27. An opening is 6pm Friday. 8am-5pm M-F. LBCC, Albany.

Maude Kerns Art Center “Spirited Journey: Women Artists,” work by Kathleen Caprario, Bets Cole, Annette Gurdjian, Wendy Huhn & Betsy Wolfston, through March 21. 10am-5pm M-F; noon-4pm Sa. 1910 E. 15th. $3 sug. don.

Museum of Natural & Cultural History “Cultural Horizons” landscape photography by Dennis Griffin, through June 22. An opening is 5:30pm Friday. “The Flood Zone: Landscapes Sculpted by the Glacial Lake Missoula Floods,” photography by Bill Woolston, through March 23. 11am-5pm W-Su. 1680 E. 15th. $3, $2 youths, sr.

Museum of Unfine Art Work by Harvey Anton, James Young and Jamie Burress, through March 14. 11am-6pm M-Sa. 537 Willamette.

New Odyssey 3-D organic fractals on fabric by Chris Burns, through March 31. 7:30am-6pm M-F; 9am-5pm Sa. 1004 Willamette.

New Zone Gallery Multi-media sculptural work by Zarad; “Peace, War and Politics in America: 2000-08” exhibit, through March 21. Noon-6pm Tu-Su. 164 W. Broadway.

Sam Bond’s Photography by Alex Toevs, through March 31. 4pm-2am daily. 407 Blair Blvd.

Springfield Museum Springfield Thunderegg Rock Club’s display of obsidian rocks, through March 15. 10am-5pm Tu-F; noon-4pm Sa. 590 Main St., Spfd. $2.

SunMoon Light Gallery “Traditional Chinese Floral Collection,” paintings by Yun Tsung, through March 30. 11am-6pm M-F; 11am-5pm Sa. 98 E. 13th.

Territorial Winery Work by Fiona McAuliffe, through March 30. 5pm-11pm Th; 4pm-8pm F-Sa. 3rd & Adams.

Wandering Goat “Liquidation Sale,” paintings & drawings by Daniel Weiner, through March 27. 7am-11pm M-F, 9am-11pm Sa, 9am-9pm Su. 268 Madison.

White Lotus Gallery Work by Jamie Newton, through April 15. 10am-5:30pm Tu-Sa. 767 Willamette.

WOW Hall Mixed media by Serendipity Rose, through March 31. Noon-6pm M-F. WOW Hall, 291 W. 8th.