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

Mudroom

Can a Lab Save Some of the Northwest's Precious Art?

Portland State University scientist Tammi Lasseter Clare believes it can.

05/19/2009 By Lynette Sanchez

Hotels

The Nines Becomes an Unlikely Showcase for Portland's Creative Class

Part hotel, part gallery, the Nines is downtown’s newest château.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

Visual Art

Uncaged

Painter Elise Mravunac looks at the big picture.

05/19/2009 By Stacey Wilson

5 MINUTES WITH:

Arm & Arm

Storm Tharp paints portraits—after a fashion. His jarring, surreal depictions of both celebrities and average Joes serve as a window into his own state of mind rather than commentary on his subjects.
*Arm & Arm*, is showing now through Nov 29. Ge

05/19/2009 By Cameron Blair

Article

Long Way Home

Oft-displaced artistic powerhouse Disjecta settles into more permanent digs on the edge of working-class Kenton.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

Deck the Walls

You Need Art

That Georgia O'Keeffe poster in your foyer, the one you bought in 1989 to cheer up your college dorm room? That's so not grown-up décor.

05/19/2009 By Camela Raymond

Arts & Culture

The Shape of Memory

As Maya Lin creates seven landscape installations retelling the Lewis and Clark story from the perspective of Columbia River tribes, the legacy she charts is partly the region's, and partly her own.

05/19/2009 By Camela Raymond

Article

Trial by Fire

A freak conflagration reaffirms a noted Northwest landscape artist’s ties to his home ground.

05/19/2009 By Camela Raymond

Live & Work

Artful Lodger

Portland’s newest artist commune, Milepost 5, gets creative to make the sale.

05/19/2009 By Camela Raymond

Arts & Events

Hot Pursuit

Inside Andi Kovel’s St. Johns studio, a large furnace belches 2,000-degree heat while the 39-year-old glass artist prepares to transform 600 pounds of gooey, malleable glass glowing hot and bright into three-foot-tall vases.

05/19/2009 By Martha Calhoon

Slideshow

Slide Show: 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

Slideshow

Slide Show: The Shape of Memory

As Maya Lin creates seven landscape installations retelling the Lewis and Clark story from the perspective of Columbia River tribes, the legacy she charts is partly the region's, and partly her own.

05/19/2009

Slideshow

Slide Show: Inside Connection

Afternoon sun flows through French doors into MK Guth and Greg Landry’s dining room, splashing bright squares of light across the Persian rug. Sparingly appointed with contemporary prints, a teak dining table, and a white-paper George Nelson “Saucer” lamp

05/19/2009