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Plus: Featured EAC members, Ellen Gabehart and Merideth Ferrell showing, "Music and The Dance of Life". Ellen's work is watercolors painted "live" of musicians and their music. Merideth's work is hand painted silk wall hangings of the Dance of Life in these covid times. And featured new EAC member, Stephany Harrison is showing work that represents her transition from working tight black and white graphite to the loose and fun world of color and the freedom to play.

 

As well as, new work from members of the Emerald Art Center.

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Earth Melodies- Ellen Gabehart

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Tropical Fusion - acrylic by Stephany Harrison

Meredith Ferrell- Still Distant. . . But Waking to Each Day

Showing June 2nd- 25th, 2021

Alan M. Clark

        Recent Work: including paintings and drawings, illustrations and fine art pieces

Author, illustrator, and publisher, Alan M. Clark grew up in Tennessee in a house full of bones and old medical books. In his thirty-six year freelance illustration career, he has created artwork for hundreds of books, including works of fiction of various genres, nonfiction, textbooks, young adult fiction, and children’s books. During his twenty-six year freelance writing career, he has authored twenty published books, including fourteen novels, a lavishly illustrated novella, a lavishly illustrated novelette, four collections of fiction, and a nonfiction full-color book of his artwork. Honors for his work include the World Fantasy Award, four Chesley Awards, and he is an International Book Awards winner. Alan M. Clark and his wife, Melody, live in Oregon.  www.alanmclark.com

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The Tenements

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Alan M. Clark - Self Portrait

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Indeed Not Asylum

Also: "Dreams of Paradise" acrylic paintings by Julia Ceo Nemeth.

Julia was born and raised in Vitoria da Conquista, Bahia, Brazil in April 09, 1967 and came to USA in 1993.  She started to paint in 2011 whenever life was a little complicated and when she was painting there was this peaceful feeling inside of her turning the adversities and frustrations of her existence into this feeling of being at peace in her own paradise. She kept painting and today has over a 100 paintings. They are her healing power that comes from within and she absolutely loves the ability to paint her own colorful paradise.  Her university??  Life itself. 

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Some Kind of Heart - Julia Ceo Nemeth

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Alaska Sunset from the Ship by Julie Ceo Nemeth

Plus: Paintings and prints by Featured Member, Veronica Frogge.

As well as, new work from members of the Emerald Art Center

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Ghost Flower - Veronica Frogge

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The Tree of Life- Veronica Frogge

Showing May 5th-May 28th, 2021

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Cargo Express - David Simone

Sea Fog Reality - Ron Shufflebarger

PhotoZone Gallery Group Show

Plus paintings from featured EAC Members:

Al Dobra and Sharon Dobra

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Baby Hippo- Al Dobra

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Charlie the Kenyan Wood Carver & Majestic Central Oregon - Sharon Dobra

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Plus New Work from Members of the Emerald Art Center

(including covid-19 pandemic related art)

The Emerald Art Center presented an exhibit by Dan Nelken:
 "HeadStrong: Women of Rural Uganda"

Stories translated by Beatrice Lamwaka

www.dannelken.com

Dan Nelken Artist's Talk on Zoom 2-14-21

Sponsored by Photography at Oregon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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             Plus watercolor paintings by featured member, Katie Stocks and her students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also showing: The We Are Neighbors  photo exhibit, a project of Community Alliance of
Lane County (CALC), in collaboration with Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ),
features portraits of members of our community who came to this country as immigrants.

 

As well as, work from members of the Emerald Art Center.

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In the Gallery- March 3rd through March 26th, 2021:

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Featured members: "Landscape Photography on Platinum/Palladium"- by Walt O'Brien
& "In Memoriam – After the Holiday Farm Fire" by Sandi T. O’Brien.

 

Also showing: The We Are Neighbors  photo exhibit, a project of Community Alliance of
Lane County (CALC), in collaboration with Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ),
features portraits of members of our community who came to this country as immigrants.

 

As well as, new work from members of the Emerald Art Center.

“Finding Light and Spirit”- photographs by  featured member, Grady Tarbutton.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And: The Top 10 of Amici Chamber Music's Annual Art Contest

https://chambermusicamici.org/amici-art-contest/

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The Emerald Art Center presented an exhibit (January 2021) by the "Plein Air Pandemic Painters".    The year 2020 held challenges with its many shutdowns, social distancing and isolation.  What was an artist to do for fellowship and easel time?  Why, get creative!  Hence the genesis for the group of “Painting Pals.”  They sketched and painted their way from May until November at such locales as the Owen Memorial Rose Garden, Hendricks Park, Mt. Pisgah, the 5th Street Market, and other scenic spots that captured their creative fancy, as well as some delightful back yards.  They are delighted to share a sampling of their art with you. 
The Plein Air Pandemic Painters are:  Ellen Gabehart, Mary Blazy, Nancy Gowins, Lydia Habr, Julie Falla-Hagood, Eva Martin and Merideth Ferrell.
 

Also shown was a retrospective of paintings from
featured member, Daryl Curran, guest artist, Gary Griffith
plus new work from members of the Emerald Art Center.

       The Challenge- Daryl Curran                                                         The Potter's Village- Daryl Curran.                                                                                                       Gary Griffith

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"De Colores", a juried exhibit that showcases local artists whose work highlights aspects
of LatinX culture in all its compelling diversity. (December 2020)

Link to Entire De Colores Show

Link to Eugene Weekly Article

Link to HeddasArtworks video of De Colores