The Oregon College of Art and Craft is no more. But its many teapots live on.
“It just became a really healthy outlet for my anger about what was happening in the world.”
Eighties-themed costume bashes and rock and roll blowouts to Latina art exhibits: let loose and feel good about yourself doing it.
Pete Brook’s Prison Obscura turns a lens on incarceration in America.
Berger’s Adams and Ollman show tells a simple story, through elemental objects placed in a landscape of his own creation.
Design firm KeeganMeegan & Co. operate 19th-century letterpress machines for the 21st-century print revival.
A local artist spent nearly a decade building this thing. For Burning Man. Obviously.
Personalize your holiday hellos with Dear Ida’s colorful customized drawings.
$10 and Under
Harper was a fabulous mid-century modernist illustrator whose simple designs are being rediscovered and repurposed in tableware for today.
Out and About
Zen beauty and no-hassle travel at the Portland Japanese Garden’s Behind the Shoji art show and sale.
Made in PDX
Local glass artist Andy Paiko creates everything from tricycles to a seismograph in his playful and sublime projects out of a North Portland studio.
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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
A freak conflagration reaffirms a noted Northwest landscape artist’s ties to his home ground.
An esteemed New York museum shines the spotlight on Portland. Again.