Eugene Weekly : Galleries : 5.26.11

All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.


The Voyeur celebrates with a “One Year Anniversary Show” Saturday, featuring work by Mo Bowen

David Joyce Gallery “Oregon Wine Country,” featuring artists from the Plein Air Painters of Lane County, reception 4:30-6pm Thursday, May 26. LCC Campus

LCC Art Gallery Graphic Design Graduation Exhibition, work by graduating students. LCC Campus

Olivejuice Gallery & Gifts “Tested on Animals” mixed media and collage by Aidan Holpuch, opens May 27; through June 23. 543 Blair

The Voyeur “One Year Anniversary Show,” scanography, photography & mixed media by Mo Bowen, opening reception 6pm Saturday, May 28; through June 18. 547 Blair

Willamalane Gallery Photography by Doris E. Potter, reception 5-7pm Wednesday, June 1; through June 30. 215 W. C, Spfd

WOW Hall “The Temporal Nature of the Spaces We Inhabit” oil paintings by Brooke Borcherding; Cigar Box Guitars by Braxton Nagle, through May 31. 291 W. 8th


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.

Bonnie at Play “Ceramic sculpture” by Bonnie King.1082 W. 2nd

CALC “In The Open Air” oil paintings by Brooke Borecherding. 458 Blair.

Delphina/Slashn Burn Portraits & mixed media images by Nicola Noetic, through June 24; live music by Bad Luck Blackouts, Mud Puppy, & Davy Jones Locker Combo.941 W. 3rd

Eugene Whiteaker Intl Hostel “Taken by the Sky & Others,” live music: The Great All Merge.970 W. 3rd.

Jawbreaker Window Gallery “In Between Times,” relief prints & mixed media by Jyn Henzel. 796 W. 4th

Museum of Unfine Art “Kid Art!” The Mckenny Family Art Show & Company.537 Willamette

New Frontier Market “Pictures of Spring,” acrylics by Marilyn Kent; “Fire of Desire,” oil paintings by Nicola Noetic. 1101 W. 8th

Ninkasi Brewery Multimedia by Hans Fuson,minors until 8pm.272 Van Buren.

Pizza Research Institute Surreal folkart by Kyle Rudd, acrylics & collages.530 Blair

The Redoux Parlour Rob from the 543 Artist Residency, collaborative fibers project.780 Blair

Sam Bonds Graphic designs of Ethic Grown Screenprinters.407 Blair

Territorial Vineyards “The Kids Are Alright.”907 W. 3rd

Wandering Goat Coffee Co. Original paintings by Jeff Mason.268 Madison

ZDREAMZ Gallery “Electronic (computer graphics) & Fine…” by Ron LaFond.937 W. 3rd


The Art Annex Work by Lynn Ihsen Peterson & Jill Atkin. 749 Willamette

The Art Room Artwork by J. Scott Hovis. 294 W. 22nd

The Arts Center “Time,” work by inmates of the Oregon Correctional System. 700 S.W. Madison, Corvallis

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

Backstreet Gallery Painting, photography, ceramic works & multi-media by Meredith Draper. 1421 Bay, Florence

Big City Gaming “Fools Gold,” work by Brian Knowles, Marlitt Dellabough, Keegan Gormley, Andrea Alonge, Tim Jarvis & more. 1288 Willamette

Books on Main “In Between the Lines,” mixed-media paintings by Beth Kruziki. 319 E. Main, Cottage Grove.

Chelitas Taqueria Aztec & Mayan influenced work by Isabel Dutroncy. 321 Main, Spfd

David Minor Theater Paintings by Jordan Limbach, through June 2. 180 E. 5th

Davis Restaurant Work by Eric D. Peterson, through June 1. 94 W. Broadway

DIVA “The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau,” photography by Dr. Ann Weiss, through June 4. 280 W. Broadway

Don Dexter Office “Exploration,” work by Tara Kemp, through May 31. 2233-B Willamette

Dot Dotsons “Your Instructors on Display!” LCC Photography Instructors Photography Exhibit. 1668 Willamette

ECO Sleep Solutions Felted wool art by Tylar Merrill, pottery by Annie Heron, whimsical dolls by Mari Livie & luminescence light sculptures by Stephen White. 25 E. 8th

Eugene Storefront Art Project “Arte del Sur” with work by Isabel Dutroncy, Samuel Becerra, Kelly Tavares, Jessica Zapata, Marco Moncayo, Erin Bucklew, & Selma Burgoin; R.T. Gossamer, Robin Saxton, Michael Perkins, David P. Miller, Linda Perkins, Sean Sbragia, R.Z. Fulton, work by kids from the Head Start program. Various locations

Florence Events Center “Adventures in Aqueous Media” by Bernie Herr; “Exposure 2011” photography from local artists, through June 30. 715 Quince, Florence

Full City Coffee Roasters Mixed media art by Kelly Locke, photography by Jordan Brandt, acrylic paintings by Audrey Betenson. 842 Pearl

Goldworks Jewelry Art Studio “Colors of Loreto ã Images of Baja California,” watercolor & photography by Robin Marks-Fife. 169 E. Broadway

Harlequin Beads and Jewelry Original beaded jewelry by Harlequin Staff. 1027 Willamette

Healing Scapes and Sound Body Healing Arts Mixed media, charcoal & acrylic work by Katey Seefeld.1390 Oak, Suite 3

Heartwood Naturals Co-op “Birds of a Feather” watercolors, watercolor-pastels & silk paintings by Merideth Ferrell, through June 3. 566 Olive

Imagine Gallery Photography by Katharine Emlen; jewelry, pendants, through May 27. 35 E. 8th

Jacobs Gallery“Revealed,” featuring work by Jenny Gray, Richard Norman, & Vince Carl, through June 11. Hult Center

The Jazz Station Paintings by Sarkis Antikajian. 124 W. Broadway

Jordan Schnitzer Art Museum “Video Works, 1996-2006” by Peter Sarkisian; “Keseys Jail Journal,” through June 26; “Diaspora, Identity & Race: Cuba Today,” through June 13. UO Campus

Karin Clarke Gallery “Painting in Brittany” by Margaret Coe, Bets Cole, & Erik Sandgren, watercolors by Nelson Sandgren, through June 11. 760 Willamette

Knight Law Center Gallery “Portland Panoramas,” photography by Stuart Allen Levy, through July. UO Campus

Lane County Historical Museum “Tie Dye & Tofu: How Mainstream Eugene Became a Counterculture Haven,” through September 30. 796 W. 13th

Marinas Art Studio Sculpture and photography from Marina Hajek, Kelly Tavares & Jessica Zapata, through June 4. 2650 Willamette

Maude Kerns Art Center “Oregon Made for Interiors” artistic furnishings. 1910 E. 15th

MECCA “Let It Shrine,” artwork by Michael deMeng & Kathy McConnell, through May 28. 449 Willamette

Museum of Natural and Cultural History “The Last Polar Bear: Facing the Truth of a Warming World;” “Oregon: Where Past is Present,” ongoing, “Making Faces,” masks by museum visitors & UO students; “Face to Face with Masks from the Museum Collections,” North American, African, & Oceanic mask collections. 1680 E. 15th

New Odyssey “Hear the Music” watercolors by Ellen Gabehert, through June 1. 1004 Willamette

The New Zone Gallery “HOLY LANDS: A Mothers Passion, A Sons Legacy (A Photo Collaboration)” work by Lorri Goodman & son Eli Espinoza Goodman; “Honoring Motherhood.” 164 W. Broadway.

Olive Grand “Elegant Wood Meets •a la fresco,” wood creations by Dennis Hepler, paintings & sculpture by Karen Russo. 1041 Willamette

OPUS VII “Just Dancin,” oil paintings by Anne Teigen, through June 11. 22 W. 7th

Oregon Arts Alliance Photography by Patrick Plaia & Michael T. Williams, through May 28. 881 Willamette

Passionflower Design The Fourth Annual Susan Goodwin jewelry trunk show. 128 E. Broadway

Springfield City Hall Gallery “Earth Textures,” oil paintings by Charlene Eckman, “Seascapes,” acrylic paintings by Shirley Reade; through June 16. 225 5th, Spfd

Springfield Museum “Presentations in Pure Pigment” work by pastel painters, through May 28. 590 Main, Spfd

Storefront Art Installation Artwork from University of Oregon Art Installation class. 329 Main, Spfd

Studio CFlamework beads by Teague Cohen, artisan jewelry by Tracey Bell.245 Blair

Studio West Solvent transfers by Cameron Kaseberg. 245 W. 8th

The Vintage Plein-air paintings by Mara Thygeson, through June 30. 839 Lincoln

Vistra Framing and Gallery Jewelry by Cecile Haworth, Laurel Caccivio and Lynn Taylor, boxes and books by Pat Carroll, fused glass by Gretchen Delius, & artist conks by Danny Haworth. 160 E. Broadway

White Cloud Jewelers Student artwork from University of Oregon Art Installation class. 715 Main, Spfd

White Lotus Gallery “Faces,” portraits and faces from 19th century Japanese woodblock prints, work by contemporary artists, through May 28.767 Willamette

The Woodpeckers Muse “More Orange than Blue”by Peter Herley, through May 28. 372 W. Broadway






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