DIY

Mudsharks Play Well with Red Clay

A grass roots online design contest company enlists fabrication help from some Portland guys who like to get muddy.

08/30/2011 By Kristin Belz

Editor's Note

Art's Footprint

First Thursday celebrates 25 years of art walking.

08/19/2011 By Randy Gragg

the hive mind

PAM Awards John Grade

A Seattle sculptor wins the Schnitzer prize for pieces that weather in the elements.

06/21/2011 By Anne Adams

Made in PDX

Andy Paiko's Amazing Glass

Local glass artist Andy Paiko creates everything from tricycles to a seismograph in his playful and sublime projects out of a North Portland studio.

05/10/2011 By Amara Holstein

visual art

John Henry Egan at Red E

John Henry Egan’s abstract textures expertly mimic a lucky accident.

04/19/2011 By Anne Adams

Now See This

Artist of the Pen

Don't miss this gallery retrospective presenting Lloyd Reynolds's calligraphy, etchings, puppets books, graphic works and some rare films showcased at the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery.

03/17/2011 By Randy Gragg

WEB EXCLUSIVE

Works of Heart Videos

Holcombe Waller, Rachel Blumberg, and Shirod Younker pay tribute to the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection.

02/18/2011

Slideshow

Slide Show: Works of Heart

In the Portland Art Museum's expanding installation, Object Stories, people from all walks of life share their cherished objects and what they mean. The museum will host a reception o march 12 featuring Storm Large and Mayor Sam Adams.

02/14/2011

Feature

Works of Heart

In the Portland Art Museum's expanding installation, Object Stories, people from all walks of life share their cherished objects and what they mean. The museum will host a reception o march 12 featuring Storm Large and Mayor Sam Adams.

02/14/2011 By Randy Gragg

Article

New Galleries to "Occupy" the Mall

Avant arts collective The Settlement, sets up camp at a downtown mall.

12/16/2010 By Anne Adams

Article

Jeremy Okai Davis at Everyday Wine

12/14/2010 By Anne Adams Illustrations by Jeremy Okai Davis

Article

Update: Public Isolation Project

PIP finally begins to deepen the discussion.

11/26/2010 By Anne Adams

phile under: illusion of intimacy

Five Questions for the Woman In The Box

Halfway into her month-long project, Cristin Norine deftly sidesteps the darker aspects of public living.

11/16/2010 By Anne Adams With Christin Norine

phile under: october gallery pick

Tribute Gallery

Looking Through: Leslie Hickey/Jonathan Marrs

10/07/2010 By Anne Adams

phile under: october gallery pick

PDX Contemporary Goes "Beyond the Fence"

Jacques Flechemuller—Beyond The Fence

10/07/2010 By Anne Adams

On the Town

Motherlode

Don't miss this art exhibit dedicated to the ups and downs of motherhood.

04/27/2010

Mudroom

Mug Shots

Florida company BevShots targets Rogue's American Amber Ale for a micropictorial.

11/09/2009 By Kasey Cordell

Currency

Taking Stock

Through the Stock program at Gallery Homeland, group patronage helps to keep local artists afloat.

10/09/2009 By Lisa Radon

Visual Art

Review: Incompletely at galleryHOMELAND

Eastside group show hits many right notes

08/08/2009 By Lisa Radon

Observed

Terry's Gift

The late Terry Toedtemeier was the Portland Art Museum's curator of photography. Toedtemeier shaped the Portland art scene during his twenty-three years as a curator and nature photographer and by co-authoring a book, _Wild Beauty: Photographs of the Colu

05/19/2009 By Tim Appelo