CORVALLIS ARTS WALK • January 18, 2018

 

THE ARTS CENTER • 700 SW Madison Ave • 4-8pm

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"Where Are We" | Slow Viewing

Three artists investigate contemporary possibilities in interpretation and interaction with the land in visual art, actively searching for a new approach and experience. New interpretations of landscape keep us connected with our existing environment, while creating contemporary ways to experience it.


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ART IN THE VALLEY• 209 SW 2nd St. •  4-8pm

Branching Out

ART IN THE VALLEY is a cooperative gallery operated by artists from the Willamette Valley. Originally featuring floral artwork, it was established in the nearby town of Toledo, Oregon in 1991. The cooperative relocated to Corvallis and expanded into a comprehensive gallery featuring some of the finest artwork in the area.
A wide assortment of original work is offered including paintings, original prints, photography, pottery, wood vessels, jewelry, glass and sculpture. A selection of cards and reproductions is also available.
The gallery changes exhibits each month featuring different artists throughout the year. Gallery receptions are typically the third Thursday of the month during the Corvallis Arts Walk (CAW).


BISON BISON! • 354 SW Madison Ave • 4-8pm

Goner from Laconner

A closing reception for the gallery. Featuring recent works by Chris Adams and past artists from our 2 years Downtown.


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BRITTNEY WEST STUDIO • 340 SW 2nd St. Studio #3 • 4-8pm

Wear Your Veggies


Produce-inspired PLANT POSSE jewelry & art! Earrings & necklaces hand-sculpted & painted in the likes of avocados, cherries, delicata squash, watermelon, fungi & much more! Also featuring original needlepoints, paintings,and Eco-prints.


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CEI ArtWorks Gallery • 408 SW Monroe St. • 4-8pm

How To Forget How To Disappear: Rachel Mulder

As I ricochet between what I make and how I make it, my life similarly darts back and forth between feeling huge and feeling small, followed by the aftermath of worrying that I’ve taken up too much or too little space. I vacillate between trusting myself and allowing myself to disappear for the sake of others.
Artistically, I spent a long time hiding behind meticulous process because I was too afraid or lazy or something to dig back into my inner narrative. These drawings are a return to an expression and exploration of my inner psyche and a departure from the process and control I indulged in until recently. It feels more honest to allow the ink to do what it does, and respond accordingly with stories I wasn’t ready to admit, or that I was in denial of, or that I didn’t feel were valid enough.


DARKSIDE CINEMA • 215 SW 4th St. • 4 - 6:45pm 

Digital Stories

The Resilience Project holds community workshops on the last Saturday of the month. During CAW, we screen the digital stories (2-3 minute nonfiction films) made in these workshops. Join us - more info at www.wearetheresilienceproject.org


EVIL EYE  • 215 SW 4th St. • 4 - 6:45pm 

Evil Eye Collective

Evil Eye Studios present creative work from their four artists: Liz Grant, James Webb, Karen Guthrie & Rachel Urista


FAIRBANKS GALLERY • 220 SW 26th St. OSU Campus • 4-8pm

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East Comes West: Prints from Atelier Outotsu

A collection of prints from the Japanese print collective Atelier Outotsu


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THE HOLD • 425 SW 4th St., Suite e-2 • 4-8pm

New Year, New Style, New Love

Sharon Rackham King at The Hold Studio has fallen madly in love with Monotype. It's so different from watercolor it feels like cheating. More than an infatuation, deeper than a guilty pleasure... come see for yourself!  As for Holly Campbell's work, head one block south to Voices to take in her featured show.

 


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JEFF HESS STUDIO • 460 SW Madison Ave. Suite 16 • 5-8pm

Metal Print Sale

Clearing my studio of the past. Will have a wide range of metal prints on the walls looking for new homes.


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KAREN WYSOPAL • 230 SW 3rd St., #310 • 4-8pm

Nature Inspired Art in Vivid Color 

Nature Inspired Art in Vivid Color. New this month: Acrylic studies using 3-D stenciled layers with a glossy ceramic-like finish — a continuation the sold-out series from last month’s Big 500 Art Show in Portland. Also showing: Alcohol Ink tiles, paintings and prints. And get the first look at my new 2018 greeting card line.


PEGASUS GALLERY • 341 SW 2nd St. •  4-8PM

Treasures from the Attic

Just like all the other studios in town, Pegasus Gallery will take the month of January to go through its attic and pull down used and old frames and scrap matting, some older consignment art and other odds and ends that it may be time to let go to new home.


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Pops Art Studio • 425 SW Madison Ave • 4-8PM

Tender Longing

January's show of paintings and collages rises out of yearning, the tender longing for the beloved, and the dreams of another.


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VOICES GALLERY • 301 SW 4th Suite 160 • 4-8

Featuring: Holly Campbell

Fairy cottages, secret gardens and beaches... Far-away galaxies and beyond... Holly Campbell's whimsical acrylics take you on a bright and colorful journey through the wildness of her imagination. Holly's show features over a dozen pieces, free raffle prizes, and refreshments.