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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.

 

 
Laurie Zak: Photography
Laurie Zak: Photography
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Seattle, WA)
Gary Buhler: Watercolor
Gary Buhler: Watercolor
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)Visit Gary's Website Gary Buhler attended Judson Babtist College, Portland, Oregon where he obtained a degree in art and returned there to teach for four years after obtaining a BS Degree in Art Education from Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon in 1978. From 1985 to 1987, Gary attended the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona acquiring a MFA Degree in painting. During the next few years, he taught drawing, watercolor, basic design, and sculpture at the University of Arizona; the University of Oregon, Eugene,Oregon; Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon and today since 1996 Gary teaches painting, beginning drawing and figure drawing at George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon.
 
Jackie McCartin: Oil Painting
Jackie McCartin: Oil Painting
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)Visit Jackie's Website " As an artist, oil is my medium of choice. The rich, fluid colors enhance the spontaneous brushstrokes I use to create a painting. I am drawn to that moment when one captures a place or feeling in their mind and stores it as a special memory. Color and light fascinate me and I use them to create a harmony of shadows, moods, and forms. Hopefully,my vivid colors will be the trait you notice in my work! I want to evoke an emotional response from the viewer drawing them into the painting."
Peter Gilham-Luginbill: Raku Ceramics
Peter Gilham-Luginbill: Raku Ceramics
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)
 
Greg Johnson: Porcelain Ceramics
Greg Johnson: Porcelain Ceramics
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)Visit Greg's Website" I am an artist who has found his passion in clay. I know the ceramic process is not something that can ever be mastered, yet I am driven each day as if I were so close! The mystery, art, and the science are in perfect synergy keeping me motivated on this path of creating art from mud. As long as wheels spin I will be slinging mud!"
Robin Anderson: Papier-mâché
Robin Anderson: Papier-mâché
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)href="http://www.ra-arts-online.com/">Visit Robin's Website" "Sculpture has always been my passion, more recently balanced with my career in arts administration. While administrative demands have taken much of my time, I still manage to complete a few works a year, and here are a few examples."
 
Dave Beal: Raku Ceramics
Dave Beal: Raku Ceramics
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)
Mike Santone: Ceramic Masks
Mike Santone: Ceramic Masks
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(McMinnville, OR)
 
Liz Santone: Paintings
Liz Santone: Paintings
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(McMinnville, OR)
Lori Latham: Acrylic Paintings
Lori Latham: Acrylic Paintings
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)href="http://www.lorilatham.com">Visit Lori's Website" "Painting is a tactile experience for me. I paint using non-traditional painting tools and thin layers of transparent acrylic paint. Experimenting to discover different ways to create visual texture is an important part of my painting technique. The marks from the tools reveal the landscape over time. I moved to Portland, OR in 1996 as a decorative painter from the San Francisco bay area. Searching for a different style of painting, my work eventually evolved to abstract landscapes. I still use many of the techniques and tools in the decorative painting field which gives my paintings their unique style."


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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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