Unique Exhibits on Display for First Friday at Old Mill District

Join us December 7, 5pm – 9pm for First Friday


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Beth Yoe, jewelry, Bend
Pyper Hugos, jewelry, Bozeman
Nancy Dasen, ceramics, Bend
Alan Brandt, photography, Bend
Jim Leisy, photography, Portland
Rachel Fox, book arts, Bend
Fred Birchman, mixed media, Seattle
Mary Ellen MacFadden, painting, Portland
Bill Hoppe, painting, Bend
Ron Schultz, encaustic & printmaking, Bend
Amy Royce, painting & encaustic, Bend
Chris Cole, sculptures, Bend
Randy Smithey, painting & sculpture, Bend
Randy Redfield, painting, Sisters
Holly Rodes-Smithey, sculpture, Bend
Shawna Moore, encaustic, Whitefish
Justyn Livingston, painting, Bend
Sandy & Alex Anderson, ceramics, Bend
Ellen Gienger, textiles, Bend
Patty Freeman Martin, painting, Terrebonne
Brian O’Neill, ceramics, Bellingham
Ingrid Lustig, painting, Bend
Julie Winter, printmaking, Bend
Galen Rudd, mixed media, Bend
Mark Rodriquez, painting, Los Angeles
Yvette Neumann, painting, Bellingham
Lynn Rothan, painting & ceramics, Sisters
Terry Gloeckler, paintings, Bend
Pat Clark, printmaking, Bend
Peter Meyer, ceramics, Bend
Lisa and Lori Lubbesmeyer, painting, Bend

Atelier 6000 presents Branching Out on view in December is a metaphor for exploration into new imagery and technique. In the spirit of the “handmade” this exhibition epitomizes small revered objects d’art. Atelier 6000 is a printmaking studio and book art center offering classes, workshops and gallery exhibitions. Its contemporary popup gallery is located in the old Lahaina Galleries space.  

DeWilde Art Glass (the small red shack building next Vanilla) offers handmade stained glass windows, doors and individual hanging works of art in various sizes and price ranges. Stop in to see samples of custom work or the latest commission in progress in the workshop.  

Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery presents Snapshots offers small works in fiber and paint, including abstract landscapes and dramatic views of the sky on view in December. The Lubbesmeyer twins will be working through the holiday season creating unique original art for the art collector in your life.  
Tumalo Art Co. presents Little Delights an exhibition that features small works that make it possible for you to give art, the completely original gift! Discover one-of-a-kind creations perfect for hanging on the tree—from hand-made ornaments and small paintings to hand-blown glass, custom jewelry, and ceramics. Enjoy this festive holiday exhibition each year at the gallery.

Art Station is the perfect place for artistic expression. No matter your age or interest, the Art Station’s wide variety of classes, schedules and media will deliver the joy of creating an original work of art for kids, teens and adults.  Art Paired with Wine classes on December 20. The Winter-Spring catalogue of art classes is available online starting December 7. Children’s Art Academy: Ceramics Form and Function or Multi-Media Drawing from Observation (ages 9-13) On Wednesdays starting February 13.  Add an artistic twist to your holiday shopping list and give the gift of art with an Art Station gift certificate. Visit www.ArtsCentralOregon.org for more information on classes and gift certificates.  

High Desert Journal is a biannual literary and visual art magazine dedicated to further understanding the people, places and issues of the interior West. The current issue includes work by Brooke Williams, Oregon Poet Laureate, Paulann Petersen, Kim Stafford and Obsidian Prize winners.
The High Desert Journal and website are brimming with quality fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews and book reviews by authors writing about the interior West.  The publication also features visual artists– photographers, painters and sculptors who layer their images over the landscape that inspires them. Over the past year the High Desert Journal enjoyed a curatorial role in two exhibitions at Atelier 6000. www.highdesertjournal.com

Stop into each gallery in the Old Mill District during the First Friday Art Walk on Friday, December 7 and January 4, from 5-9pm.

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