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art2life year one complete!

Thank you to all of the artists and generous donors for the art2life project!
This year is all sold out, but stay tuned for the next evolution!


“art2life” painting by Kristin Friz

A special thank you to Kristin Fritz for an amazing rendering of the art2life logo.  This beautiful work of art is 60×48″ of paper bag, walnut ink & pure pigment.  To see more of Kristin’s fabulous work please visit…kristin.fritz.30art.com.

 

 
Doug Roy: Paper Carving
Doug Roy: Paper Carving
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(McMinnville, OR) Visit Doug's Website “Papercarving” is the word I use to describe my intricately cut and glued paper pieces. I hope they surprise and delight you. I delight in making them.
Don Sprague: Ceramic
Don Sprague: Ceramic
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR) Visit Don's WebsiteDon Sprague’s artwork reflects his architectural studies at Washington State University. This background has strongly influenced the direction he has taken with his ceramics. For over 30 years Don has been a ceramics instructor and taught workshops.His pottery is part of international art collections and has won numerous awards.
 
Doug Campbell: Painting
Doug Campbell: Painting
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR) Visit Doug's Website Douglas Campbell is a professor of art at George Fox University. He has an M.F.A. in printmaking from Pratt Institute and a Ph.D. in comparative arts from Ohio University. His artwork has been included in over 150 invitational and juried exhibits throughout the country including: Mystical World of Fantasy, Visual Arts Gallery in Gresham, Oregon, and This Bountiful Place: Art About Agriculture: The Permanent Collection, Oregon Historical Society, Portland, Oregon. His artworks are in the collections of Oregon State University, The Tallahassee Democrat, George Fox University and the Portland Art Museum. He works primarily as a painter and printmaker.
Corby Stonebraker-Soles
Corby Stonebraker-Soles
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Fused Glass Visit Corby's Website"For me, the path toward a completed glasswork is a winding trail with many side trips. Many times I don't end up where I was headed, but at other times I find myself right in the center of the labyrinth with a completed piece that makes me smile. Then, that single piece might send me on an entirely new adventure in color, light and design. My art is at once both a journey of introspection and a bold declaration of joy. Often the work isn't about time or place, but is more a projected mood, a visual explanative, slightly askew and whimsical. Often I work in a thematic series: some are impressionistic with a vibrant pallet while others are a reflection of nature and are organic in color and tone. Whichever path I choose, each glass piece is one-of-a-kind. I'm happy to say that I'm still challenged by glass and see no relief in sight. I'll just have to keep at it!"
 
Vicki Green: Fused Glass
Vicki Green: Fused Glass
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Portland, Oregon
Kathy Kelso: Hand Braided Felted Wool
Kathy Kelso: Hand Braided Felted Wool
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Newberg, Oregon
 
Vicki Green: Fused Glass
Vicki Green: Fused Glass
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)
Wayne Forte: Painting
Wayne Forte: Painting
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Laguna Beach, California Visit Wayne's Website "Raised by a Philipino Catholic Mother and an Irish Catholic Father, my first aesthetic experiences took place at the historic Old Mission in Santa Barbara, California. Throughout my school years the images that touched me most deeply were the more ecstatic of the biblical narratives of Gruenwald, Rubens, Rembrandt and Carravagio. I was educated to paint in the self-referential Modernist tradition but longed for that passion of an earlier age, a passion for the spiritual and the transcendent."
 
Jennifer Pahl: Painting
Jennifer Pahl: Painting
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Visit Jennifer's Website"Creating artwork is an intimate experience and the result is a living, breathing, and beautiful object. My goal is for the final piece to become a part of your family…making you smile, laugh and sometimes just stare off in wonderment of times gone by…and times to come."
James Morehead: Oil Paintings
James Morehead: Oil Paintings
Taken on: January 1, 2011

Visit James' Website "For my whole life, I have enjoyed drawing and painting people. I told myself a landscape would have to be amazing for me to devote time on it. We have the most extraordinary landscapes here in western Oregon. Our rivers represent, to me, earth’s life blood."


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100% of the proceeds of the project will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Chehalem Cultural Center.  Both entities are non-profit 501(c)(3)’s.

01. June 2011 by laurenlmw
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