Thanks to the online consecration of Bishop Diana Akiyama, fiber artist Karen Miller of Corvallis is pretty sure just about every Episcopalian in the country has now seen her work.
“I Am My White Ancestors: Claiming the Legacy of Oppression” is a collection of 13 life-sized portraits and accompanying stories that depict Mavor’s recognition of her implicit biases as a white woman and how it’s connected to generations of familial teaching.
Twenty-six photographers from the Willamette Valley PhotoArts Guild ventured "off the beaten path" in the group's new exhibit at Oregon State University. The last stanza from Robert Frost's timeless poem "The Road Not Taken" served as their guide:
“Evocative and provocative” — that’s how local artist Rip Cronk describes a new exhibit that will be unveiled Friday at the Benton County Historical Museum.
What is light?
John Marr — these days, he prefers the name "Jonmar," in part to avoid confusion with the guitarist for the British rock band The Smiths — is launching what he calls the world's first augmented reality art store from an office on the west side of Corvallis.
It's just about the oldest story in the book: Mid-valley artist Keith Bowers was unable to attend an early planning meeting for this year's Philomath Open Studios.
Fiber artist Pat Spark and watercolorist Susan Bourdet are the featured artists through Oct. 26 at Gallery Calapooia, 222 First Ave. W. in downtown Albany.
Sharon Rackham King was experiencing a heavy fog of depression when she painted a piece called "The Shadow Knows."
"Art for the Heart: A Gala for The Arts Center" is scheduled for Saturday night, with works donated by area artists up for sale, a live auction on the program, and a tribute to a family that has played a key role for the center.
The work of Summit artist Earl Newman is instantly recognizable, but not necessarily to Newman himself.
The Sundays@3 Concert Series at the Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan, 333 NW 35th St. in Corvallis, will host a musical instrument and performance clothing exchange after this season’s first concert, set for Sunday.
Name: Andrew Myers
Artist Susan Curington recalls reading "Gulliver's Travels" as a child and being fascinated by the shifts in scale that occur frequently in the course of the novel.
Prints by the late Corvallis photographer Dave McIntire will be on view in the Third Street display window of Footwise in downtown Corvallis Aug. 30 through Sept. 30.
People can sometimes seem intimidated by art when they visit The Arts Center in Corvallis, says executive director Cynthia Spencer-Hadlock.
Last winter, Lebanon artist Alisha Whitman was looking for a creative project for her two oldest daughters, Jenelle, 14, and Meredith, 12.
Name: Vesna Grace Stone
For Diane English, the question of whether quilts qualify as art is moot.
Jeweler Lori Garcy of Brownsville and fused glass artist Cindy Conder of Corvallis are the featured artists during August at Gallery Calapooia, 222 First Ave. W. in downtown Albany.
"If you do art," notes artist Peggy Sharrow of the Corvallis Art Guild, "it accumulates."
Shauna Kiefiuk has people clamoring to be corpses.
Name: Shannon Finley
Once a year, Tina Green-Price throws open the doors of the Giustina Gallery at Oregon State University's LaSells Stewart Center and issues this invitation to mid-valley artists: Bring in your work.