Cindy Geffel, Judi Davis, Beth Collins, Marty Urman, and Sheila DeLaquil at Lincoln City Cabana overlooking the Pacific waves
Five LCAC artists enjoyed a beach weekend in Lincoln City in October. Graced with both rough and tumble weather and sweet ocean breezes, the group settled into the local cabana to learn new art techniques, create their own work, and get to know each other. It was the perfect weekend to explore ideas for the future of the group between beach walks and good food. The annual retreat is hosted by the LCAC.
Acrylic artist Cindy Geffel brought a boxful of paints and brushes and gave a demonstration of collage techniques. Marty Urman gave a brief talk about pastels and gave everyone an opportunity to push chalk around paper.
Cindy Geffel acrylic demonstration
A rough ocean created by Judi Davis in pastel
And a sunny day for beach walk
LCAC artist Judi Davis worked with children at PhotoCamp PDX this summer. Their finished work was displayed at Blue Kangaroo Coffee Roasters in Sellwood in June and July. The week-long session instructed students on how to compose, capture, edit, print, and share their photos. The camp concluded with a Gallery Walk for family and friends to celebrate the talented photographers’ work.
New work by the Left Coast Artist Collective through June 2018
Beth Collins, Judi Davis, Sheila DeLaquil, Laura Garnier, Dana Gillen-Klaebe, Ann Ott-Cooper, Nancy Powell, Ellen Reardon, Michele Sabatier, Irene Stauffer, Marty Urman
The Portland Bottle Shop
7960 SE 13th Avenue in Sellwood
Portland, OR 97202
Sheila DeLaquil’s works, “Kokopelli” and “Submerged #4″ are featured at the Future Tellers exhibit at Gallery 114 through July 1, 2017. Artists tackle questions about the world of tomorrow: what will politics, science, technology, the human condition, and making art look like? Do artists foresee a world of fear or hope? Feel empowered or endangered? Artists respond to these questions in diverse media, telling their stories of the future.
1100 NW Glisan Avenue, Portland OR 97209 503 243-3356
Gallery open Thursday to Sunday 12-6pm
The Geezer Gallery presents an all-female exhibition inspired by the Artists Repertory Theatre’s all-female production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.
The Geezer Gallery is proud to have partnered with the Portland Art Museum’s docents to create a diverse show to exhibit the docents’ personal artwork. The Docent Council is a passionate group of art enthusiasts who pursue avenues to share their knowledge of the fine arts with the community at The Portland Art Museum. There will be over 20 docents participating in this unique show that celebrates this group’s successful women in all mediums of the art world. Through performance or fine art, these women’s expression will be empowering and inspiring. Click HERE for more information regarding this exhibition!
Verum Ultimum Gallery
Opening Reception – Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 6PM to 8PM
3014 NE Ainsworth Street, Portland, OR 97211
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