Rogue Gallery Art Center

 

 

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Past 2019 Exhibitions 

 

IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY

An Oregon Love Story:
Watercolors by Betty Barss 

 

January 18 – March 1, 2019

 

Reception:  Friday, February 15, 5:30-8:00 pm


 

Betty Barss, Skywatchers

 

Betty Barrs has been painting for close to five decades. She taught fifth and sixth grade art in the Medford schools for twenty-five years. Her painting expertise is with watercolor paint. She is a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, Southern Oregon Society of Artists, and the Artists’ Workshop. She has received several awards and has exhibited throughput the Northwest. Her work is exuberant in color. Barrs describes her use of color in her work, “Color is an element I can’t live without. For that reason, many of my paintings are vivid and might have unusual colors. My palette consists mostly of transparent watercolors, which I use for my common themes of landscapes, wildlife and flowers.”

 

 

IN THE MAIN GALLERY

Capturing Beauty:
Paintings by Sheri Dinardi, Ilene Gienger-Stanfield, & David Terry

January 11 – February 22, 2019


Reception:  Friday, January 18, 5:30-8:00 pm

 

left to right: Ilene Gienger-Stanfield, Decisions; David Terry, Fresh Crab; Sheri Dinardi, Moment of Reflection

 

Artists Sheri Dinardi, Ilene Gienger-Stanfield, & David Terry create luminous works in the time honored tradition of oil painting. Their paintings of people, structures, and landscapes beautifully capture a moment in time and the essence of the subject. The Capturing Beauty exhibit features three artists who paint in the traditional oil medium. Creating figurative oil paintings requires talent, training, skill, and perseverance. The process of creating an oil painting requires many hours work due to the slow drying time and the paint properties required in layering the colors. The paintings in this exhibit reflect the expertise of these three artists. They are rich in luminous colors and are of profound beauty. While many of the works are reminiscent of great paintings from the past, each of these artists has developed their own artistic style.

Special classes and workshops:
Color with Ilene Gienger-Stanfield March 1 and 2, 9am–4pm
Essential Elements in a Strong Painting with Sheri Dinardi, April 26 and 27, 9am–4pm

How to Draw People with David Terry, 6 Week Seminar, Thursdays, 11am-3pm, May 2-June 6, 2019

 

Sign up HERE>>

 

 

 

IN THE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Awake, Dreaming in the Garden:
Woodcuts & Screenprints by Amy Godard

November 23, 2018 – January 11, 2019

Reception:  Friday, December 21, 5:00-8:00 pm

Amy Godard’s work includes stylized interpretations of characters from folklore; mandalas and icons of plants; and explorations of line, color, shape and symmetry. Her work is inspired by nature and folklore and she hopes to inspire her viewers to connect to nature and to forge a relationship to old stories that have shaped us as people.

 

Amy Godard, Dragon Flower, screen print

 

 

 

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