Rogue Gallery Art Center





Current Exhibits:

Main Gallery - Community Gallery - Members' Gallery



American Views:
Emerging Landscapes–Waterways

Les Cornish, Mike Dwaileebe,
Amanda Houston, and Ellen Jerome

February 23–March 30, 2018


Reception:  Friday, March 16, 5:00-8:00 pm


Les Cornish, WEST COAST SURF AND ROCKS, pastel

The second exhibit in the Rogue Gallery series, “American Views: Emerging Landscapes,” focuses on waterways. Our region is rich with beautiful water scenes and breathtaking vistas. Pacific Northwest artists Les Cornish, Mike Dwaileebe, Amanda Houston, and Ellen Jerome respond to that beauty, portraying the changing moods of water in creeks and marshes, rivers and lakes, or the timeless sea.




Elementary Arts Outreach Student Show

March 16–March 31

Reception:  Friday, March 16, 5:00-8:00 pm

This colorful, exuberant exhibit comes from the students in
the Elementary Art Outreach Program. The EAO Program
brings visual arts to 5th grade students by providing access
to Rogue Gallery, Rogue Studio, and bringing an art
instructor to their classrooms for monthly art lessons
throughout the school year. Over 200 fifth graders
participate from 3 elementary schools.

Participating Schools:

Medford School Distric 549C Jackson Elementary

Medford School Distric 549C Wilson Elementary

Jackson County School District 9's Table Rock Elementary School

Art by Table Rock Elementary School Student





Images From Africa
by Judy Benson LaNier

February 9 – April 3, 2018


Judy Benson LaNierJudy Benson LaNier specializes in photographing African Wildlife. Her love of Africa began in 1961 when her family hosted Ashland, Oregon's very first American Field Service exchange student who was from South Africa. The strong bond forged then continues as the two families visit each other in Africa and the United States.

"When I first went to Africa I was amazed that the animals ignored us completely. They went about their lives as if nothing extraordinary was happening. Little did they know that something quite extraordinary was

Judy Benson LaNier, STOPPING BY FOR A DRINK AFTER WORK, photography

happening inside me! I experienced a catharsis, a cleansing of my soul. I was being taught what is truly important in life and I was filled with joy by the lessons! I hope that my photographs bring you a taste of the elemental-ness of life in the bush"

Judy also enjoys photographing flowers, scenery and anything else that catches her eye. She and her husband, Mike have a love for travel and the camera is always along for the ride.


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