This fall, Portland’s galleries and studios explore artists’ processes, appreciate their place in the contemporary canon and noting their contrasting takes on similar inspirations. Here are Oregon Arts Watch’s visual art picks for fall 2016.
Fall visual arts picks
Visual arts in Portland bring a sense of history, legacy and collaboration this fall.
By Oregon Arts Watch | September 20, 2016 (Updated September 21, 2016)
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The Hoffman Gallery, named after the College’s founder Julia Hoffman, brings the work of regional, national and international artists to the OCAC campus. Monthly exhibitions are selected to reflect relevant and exciting…
Launched in 1981, Elizabeth Leach Gallery has focused on presenting prominent Northwest and internationally established artists working in a wide variety of contemporary media. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from…
Founded as the Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts in 1975, Blue Sky is an established venue for local photography. The organization has expanded its offerings over the last 35 years to…