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Two Oregon artists featured at Clarke Gallery

Springfield artist Craig Spilman will demonstrate his reduction drawing technique at 2 p.m. Saturday at Karin Clarke Gallery, 760 Willamette St.

The demonstration is in connection with a new show at the gallery that includes his drawings, along with paintings by Banks artist Robert Schlegel. The show runs through May 17. A reception will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. May 2.

Spilman retired in 2002 from Lane Community College, where he taught drawing, painting and printmaking printmaking

Art form consisting of the production of images, usually on paper but occasionally on fabric, parchment, plastic, or other support, by various techniques of multiplication, under the direct supervision of or by the hand of the artist.
 for more than 30 years.

Schlegel began exhibiting pen-and-ink drawings in 1973 and has exhibited widely throughout the Northwest, including the Artists of Oregon Show at the Portland Art Museum The Portland Art Museum (PAM) in Portland, Oregon, United States, was founded in the last days of 1892, making it the oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest. Upon completion of the most recent renovations, Portland Art Museum became one of the twenty-five largest art museums in . Most recently, an exhibition of his paintings was on display in the office of Gov. Ted Kulongoski Theodore R. "Ted" Kulongoski (born November 5 1940, in rural Missouri[1]) is an American Democratic politician. Since 2003, he has served as the Governor of Oregon. He was re-elected in 2006. .

Writer to offer critique of sculpture exhibit

Eugene art writer Sylvie Pederson will critique the exhibit "Weight & Float: Contemporary Sculpture" with a slide show and lecture at Maude Kerns Maude Irvine Kerns (1879 – 1965) was an American artist. Kerns was born in 1879 in Portland, Oregon, where she was raised by her pioneer parents. After high school, she graduated from the University of Oregon, the California School of Fine Arts and later Columbia University,  Art Center at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

The exhibit features mixed media sculpture and installation work by artists Joey Azul, Cathy Breslaw, David Lindsay David Lindsay may refer to:
  • David Lyndsay (1490 - 1555), Scottish poet
  • David Lindsay (d. 1613), Bishop of Ross
  • David Lindsay (d. 1641), Bishop of Edinburgh
  • David Lindsay (explorer) (1856 - 1922), Australian explorer
 and Michelle Montjoy.

The center is at 1910 E. 15th Ave.

Watercolors, pastels on display in Coos Bay Coos Bay (ks), city (1990 pop. 15,076), Coos co., SW Oreg., a port of entry on Coos Bay; founded 1854 as Marshfield, inc. 1874, renamed 1944.  

Watercolors and pastels by Kimberly Wurster will be exhibited beginning Friday at Coos Art Museum Coos Art Museum is a museum operating on the southern coast of Oregon, USA, since 1950. Located in a historic former US Post Office, it offers tour exhibits, art classes, lectures, and community events.  in Coos Bay.

"Images of Nature" will run through June 28. A reception is planned from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 25.

A native of western Montana
For the college, see University of Montana - Western.

Western Montana is the western region of the state of Montana, United States. Western Montana is usually considered to be administered by the Missoulian, and the city of Missoula; Billings
, Wurster moved to the Oregon Coast in 1995. Last year, she won the People's Choice Award at the Coos Art Museum Biennial.

Earth Day art exhibit features reused material

A group exhibit of art celebrating Earth Day opens with a reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and runs through May 29 at BRING Gallery, 4446 Franklin Blvd.

Called "re:ART an Earth Day Celebration," it includes work by 26 local, regional and national artists. All of the pieces feature the reuse or repurposing of unwanted materials.

The artists are Ryan Beard, Tim Boyden, Tony Brown, David Canfield, Alejandra Chaverri, Lynda Christainsen, Linda Corcoran, Krislyn Dillard, Tyler Dones, Diane English, Kara Kara (kär`ə), river, c.140 mi (230 km) long, NE European and NW Siberian Russia. It flows N from the N Urals into the Kara Sea, forming part of the traditional border between European and Asian Russia. It is navigable in its lower course.  Young Finger, Dave Hanoch, Will Hembree, Matt Jones, Nata Lukas, Michael Marshall, Catlin O'Shea, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Carol Plaia, Anthony Santella, Elisabeth Setten, Katie Simpson, Carol Smith, Lauren Suveges, Jud Turner, Wally Warren and DJ Whelan.

DIVA workshop focuses on pricing artwork

A workshop for artists called "Tackling Pricing: Let's Do It Together" will be held at DIVA, 110 W. Broadway, at 4 p.m. Sunday.

The workshop will use a group critique format and will focus specifically on pricing.

Participants should bring up to three pieces of artwork and be prepared to discuss their strategies and questions regarding pricing these artworks.

Cost to participate in the workshop is $3.
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Date:Apr 17, 2008
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