Eugene Weekly : Galleries : 3.17.11

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


The Art of Glass Glass mosaics by Cheryl Shore, through April 21, glass work by Bob Green, through March 23. 790 Blair

New Zone Gallery Avant-garde sounds & noise by local artists, 7-11:30pm, $3-$5 sliding scale. 164 W. Broadway


Prints by Kimberly Adams hang at Full City on Pearl

Backstreet Gallery Array of art, jewelry & handcrafted works by Jane Rincon. 1421 Bay, Florence

B2 Wine Bar “Into 2011,” work by Richard Quigley. 2794 Shadow View

CALC “We Are Neighbors,”photography & live music,ongoing. 458 Blair

Chelitos Taqueria Photography by Jeanne Millett-Herley. 321 Main, Spfd

David Joyce Gallery “FOH: Front of HouseãThe Art of Dining Architecture, Hospitality & Service,” work by six local artists, through March 21. LCC, 4000 E. 30th

David Minor Theater Work by Elias “Kiwi” Mellot, through March 31. 180 E. 5th

DIVA Italian Landscapes, drawings by Ken OConnell and Marianne Walker, through April 26. 280 W. Broadway

Don Dexter Office Photography by John Sconce and Doni Dexter, through March 31. 2233-B Willamette

Dot Dotsons “Western Landscapes,” black & white photography by Ken Blanchard. 1668 Willamette

Emerald Art Center “Top 20 Paintings,” from the Watercolor Society of Oregons 45th Annual Transparent Watercolor Fall Exhibition, “Where Has All the Color Gone?” by Janet Biles, “Heaven, Hell & In Between” by Chuck Roehrich, through March 26. 500 Main, Spfd

Eugene Coffee Co. “E-scapes,” travel photography by Norman Goo. 1840 Chambers

Eugene Storefront Art Project Work by Network Charter School, Jeanne Breen, JoEllen Gregori Waldvogel, Tina Schrager, David P. Miller, Terry Holloway, Tony Brown, Peter Herley, Melissa Mankins, Jud Turner, Robin Saxton, Sandra Kay Bulley, Ron Omlin, Robert Patterson, Cody Wicker, Natural Burial Company, Marilyn Kent, Shirley Kuhnley, Head Start program, Sean Sbragia & R.Z. Fulton. Various locations

Feast Restaurant “Hodge Podge from the Garage & Some L.A. Stuff,” by Kyle Lind, through April 1. 294 Laurel, Florence

Florence Events Center “Brushdance: Bringing East to West,” paintings & fused glass art, through March 31. 715 Quince St., Florence

Full City Coffee Roasters Photography by Andika Murandi & Alonna Soderberg, paintings & word art by Dan & Reeva Kimble. 842 Pearl

Heartwood Naturals Co-op Local and handmade. 566 Olive St

Imagine Gallery Oil paintings by Sarah Sedwick, through March 31. 35 E. 8th

Island Park Gallery “Opus 65,” work by Coral Clark, Barbara Deines, Ellen Gabehart, Geri Graves & Diane Morrow, through March 31. 215 W. C, Spfd

Jacobs Gallery ”Surface & Silence,” work by Wesley Hurd and Rafael Perea de la Cabada, through March 26. Hult Center

Jordan Schnitzer Art Museum “Running the Numbers,” digitally manipulated photographs by Chris Jordan, “Excessive Obsession,” abstract and minimal expressions, “Contemporary Korean Art: Selections from the Yongsoo Huh Collection,” “The Art of Japanese Buddhism,” “NewArt Northwest Kids: The Grand Tour.” UO Campus

Karin Clarke Gallery “LaVerne Krause: An Oregon Original,” paintings, prints & drawings from Krauses estate, through March 26. 760 Willamette

Knight Law Center Gallery “Portland Panoramas,” photography by Stuart Allen Levy, reception 5-7pm Thursday, March 31, exhibit continues through July. UO campus

Lane County Historical Society & Museum “Tie Dye & Tofu: How Mainstream Eugene Became a Counterculture Haven,” through March 31. 740 W. 13th

Maude Kerns Art Center “Fiber2,” work by fiber arts “High Fiber Diet” & “Loosely Bound,” through March 25. 1910 E. 15th

MECCA “After the Rain,” featuring paintings by Peter Herley, through March 26. 449 Willamette

Mills International Center American Voices, work by Sarah Brothers, Roberto Arroyo, Hampton Rodriguez & Alejandro Ceballos, through March 18. UO EMU

Museum of Natural and Cultural History “We Are Still Here,” Stephanie Woods & Grand Ronde Family Basketry Traditions; “Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam;” “Oregon: Where Past is Present,” ongoing, “Making Faces,” masks by museum visitors & UO students. 1680 E. 15th

New Dawn Bakery
Photography by Paula Goodbar, through March 31. 868 W. Park

New Frontier Market “Healthy, Fun, and Nutritious local art,”ongoing.1101 W. 8th

The New Zone Gallery “Mystery, Mysterious” theme show, “Ive Made My Point,” work by Will Lotz. 164 W. Broadway

Ninkasi Brewery “Fusion of sculpture and painting” by Jessy(minors until 8pm),continuing.272 Van Buren.

Olive Grand “The Magic of Ireland,” photography by Anne McRae, ceramics from Sorella Luna Ceramics & Fine Arts. 1041 Willamette

OPUS VII “Form Follows Funk,” graphic design by David Funk. 22 W. 7th

Oregon Arts Alliance “2nd Annual 6×6 Exhibition,” work by nearly 100 artists, through March 12; “Along the Riverbank Bike Path,” photography by Herman Krieger, “People & Places,” photography by Ed Pabor, through March 26. 881 Willamette

Palace Bakery Paintings by Torii Phillips. 842 Pearl

Passionflower Design “Objects of Desire,” work by Beverly Soasey, Betsy Wolfston and Roger Manas. 128 E. Broadway

The Redoux Parlour “Film Becomes Fabric,” fashion photography by Beth Kruzik, ongoing. 780 Blair

Science Factory Nikon Small World Exhibit, photomicrographs from around the world, through March 27. 2300 Leo Harris Pkwy

Springfield Museum “Student Art Exhibit,” art from local high schools, through April 2. 590 Main, Spfd

Territorial Wine Photos & graphics by Roka Walsh, through March 31. 907 W. 3rd

Village Health Gallery“Winter: Yinest of the Yin Time/Going Within,” work by Rhaih Clachir, Wes Geisbrecht, Renee Manford, Ellen de Werd & Joann Sheen, through March 31. 2868 Willamette

The Vintage Watercolors by Mara Thygeson, through March 31. 839 Lincoln

Vistra Framing and Gallery Watercolors, ink, prints & cards by Sydney Roark, through March 31. 160 E Broadway

The Voyeur “Bathroom Art,” acrylic paintings & collage by Ben Rood, through March 19. 547 Blair

Washburn Café Watercolors by Demetra Kalams, through March 31. 326 Main, Spfd

White Cloud Jewelers Art by Sandra Paetsch, through April 5. 715 Main, Spfd

White Lotus Gallery “Asian Scroll Paintings and Calligraphy,” 19th and 20th century works from China and Japan, through March 26. 767 Willamette




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