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Northeast Portland's Nationale gallery shows the artist's mixed-media works that use found objects (even garbage) to depict scenes of childhood.
Chris Burnett’s ‘Colibri’ is on at Fisk through December 4.
At Wonderwood Springs, drink mead lattes among 400 hand-painted medieval fantasy-themed pieces.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
A look at some of the Rose City's most exciting visual art, from food by way of Warhol and Hockney, autumnal brushes with the occult, and more.
With work spanning galleries to greeting cards, the prolific artist’s quarterly “monograph” collects hercommercial art, iPhone photos, and everything in between.
The Portland Art Museum exhibition features photographs from six artists that challenge the notion of a fixed takeaway from the city's uneasy moment in the spotlight.
“I kind of suck people in with the bright colors, and there’s usually some kind of humor," the octogenarian painter explains.
Monica Salazar & Rose Lee
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Chris Marchini’s modern quilts and bright persona have made him a hit with online crafters.
BanksyLand, despite the ironically high price of admission, is very much worth a visit. The traveling exhibition runs through May 8.
The Eugene artist's new video installation is on view at Oregon Contemporary through June 26.
To supplement its main exhibition, the museum is tapping a slew of local muralists to generate new pieces that nod to Kahlo's legacy.
Head to Exhibit Hall E at OCC for floor-to-ceiling projections of the Dutch master's greatest hits in ‘Beyond Van Gogh.’
Indigenous artists Natalie Ball and Annelie Hillman illustrate water wars, drought, land rights, and other issues plaguing Southern Oregon tribal communities.
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Jake Shivery’s St. Johns camera and typewriter shop might sell you the last camera you’ll ever buy.
Using Morse Code, fiber artist Amy Wike is translating our many primal screams into a piece for Portland Textile Month.
Converge 45’s ‘Prototypes,’ which opens August 25, attempts to chart a path forward after last summer’s statue-toppling.
Working in painting, film, and on installations, these Hallie Ford Fellows are moving the artistic dial.
The North Portland stronghold will host an open house to celebrate the name change on June 26.
History Is Now, part of the sixth Vanport Mosaic Festival, tells Oregon’s history through the voices of its underrepresented and marginalized communities.
Today is my last day as style editor of Portland Monthly after 11 years. Let's walk down memory lane together and check out the hits.