Oregon – Artists Sunday Showcase
Featured Oregon Artists
The images in the carousels are linked to each artist’s web site. The images at the bottom are downloadable for media use.
Downloadable Images for media use.
Each image file name includes the name of the artist and the name of the work in photo.
Jennifer Lommers - Time Stopped
Time Stopped When I Saw You Look At Me. Acrylic Painting. Created using hand carved stamps combined with traditional painting techniques, this design celebrates the meeting of artist and fox along a quiet path in the early morning.
Rachel McLain - Arched
Arched is a dried tulip petal on a reflective surface. It is shot in natural light. This work is part of a series that reminds us all that there is still beauty and worth in aging.
Victoria Brooks - Grateful Reflections
This is a 36 x 24 painting of a lady enjoying the surf at the ocean. original oil on linen canvas
Wood Lighting Design
SERENE: lighting pendant fixture made of Wood. Julia Wagoner is a designer of forty years and has proven her innovation through accolades and museum spotlights.
August Installation at New Zone Gallery Eugene Oregon. I combine digital painting, acrylics, paint markers, collage, acrylic primed cardboard and digital photography to create one-of-a-kind works and prints.
Charissa Brock - Orange Flower
I work with Bamboo and glass, using traditional and innovative techniques to make sculpture and wall art. This flower is one of a series of flowers that are made in various sizes and colors.
Madeleine Moore - Circuit Board Earrings
Sterling silver and 14k yellow gold. Madeleine Moore earned her BA in jewelry design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.
Panepento Jewelry Designs
Solar Reverse Earrings - 14k GF Lapis Lazuli. 14k gold filled wire and Lapis Lazuli
Rebecca Marsh McCannell - Patio Shadows-ID
This image is from a series of patio chairs prints I made in a variety of printmaking methods: screenprint, woodcut, intaglio and lithography. Inspiration came from a ride in Seattle's giant waterfront ferris wheel.
Ash Creek Nativities
Terracotta pottery folk art manger scene. Kiln-fired terracotta clay, eco friendly watercolor paint, beeswax finish.
Oil on Canvas. My impression of the most loved and photographed maple tree in the Portland Japanese Garden.
Angelita Surmon - Autumn Light Through Aspens
Kiln formed glass . The work is constructed with sheet glass, frit, or crushed glass, and stringer, which is a rod of glass heated and stretched with a propane torch.
Karen Gelbard - Ruffled Edged Collar
Ruffled Edged Collar in Red and Black. Handwoven rayon chenille fabric with other natural fibers.
Lisa Brinkman - Sophia's Garden
eco-prints of sumac, eucalyptus, and maple on raw silk canvas, cold wax and oils. “Sophia’s Garden”, was inspired by the current outrage to racial inequities, and social and environmental injustices.