(L: All the Rest, oil on canvas by Paula Bullwinkle, R: Covid Chaos II, acrylic on canvas by Marlene Alexander) Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing, invites the public to a complementary exhibition featuring paintings of 43 artists represented by Billye Turner, Art Consultant. The January 2021 presentation marks the approaching conclusion of Turner’s 40-some…

Oregon Humanities, in partnership with Oregon Community Foundation, is now accepting applications for the second round of the Fields Artist Fellowship program, offering two years of financial support to Oregon-based artists who are in a pivotal moment or inflection point in their careers. Four artists will be awarded two-year fellowships to advance their artistic practice…

Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts and Agriculture (PMRCAA) in Sisters is seeking proposals for a signature garden space that is inspired by a quilt design. Proposals are sought from local Central Oregon quilt makers, artists and/or designers experienced with quilt patterns. Proposals for the 2021 growing season are due January 30 and selection will…

(Against the Wind, Acrylic, 35”x50” by J.M. Brodrick) A common refrain rings throughout the art world in the form of advice given to artists by teachers and non-teachers alike: “Create for yourself,” or “Be true to yourself and your vision.” As esteemed painter and teacher Robert Henri instructed his pupils at the Art Students League…

(L-R) Work in Progress by Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer, Quiet Light by Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer, Grass and Stream by Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer) Artists and identical twins Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer have shared a business and a studio space for more than two decades. As collaborative artists, Lisa and Lori both work on a…