CORVALLIS ARTS WALK • October 19, 2017

 

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

Surface Tension

Surface Tension presents works by artists Christopher Russell and Rafael Soldi. This pairing acknowledges a shared lightness in the aesthetics of their work.


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

Exchanging Pleasantries

"Exchanging Pleasantries" pertains to the pleasantries of everyday life, emphasizing light appreciation of whatever makes us happy. In my show, these include a pleasant walk, a striking vase of flowers, and pets. Featuring the work of Carrie James


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

Mazdak Shadkam

Work by Mazdak Shadkam, as part of the SPENW Conference.


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

Chanterelles Galore

Come mushroom hunting in West’s studio to discover Plant Posse’s new clay chanterelle earrings, necklaces and houseplant ornaments! Also being revealed are additional seasonal produce such as delicata & butternut squash jewelry. West will be donating some art and jewelry to the 3rd anniversary CAW raffle, so stop on by to sign up for your chance to win free art!


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

Photographs by Natalie Krick

Works by Natalie Krick (TBC) and Featured books by Pacific Northwest Artists – curated by Evan Baden


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Center for the Humanities • OSU Autzen House • 4-6pm

Hiking the Cascades: Photos from the Pacific Crest Trail 

Work by Eugene-based photographer Ed Pabor will be on view in OSU's Center for the Humanities until Dec. 8 (M – F, 10am – 4pm). Drop by the Autzen House and meet the artist at an open reception during Corvallis Arts Walk on Thursday Oct. 19, from 4 – 6 pm.


CYRANO'S BOOKBINDING & ART SUPPLIES • 361 SW 2nd St. & Adams • 4-8pm

Fall into Art!

Cyrano's is working as a retail shop for various Artists that do not have a studio open to the public. Come check out the selection and Fall into Art!


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

Community Digital Stories

Come watch digital stories (short digital videos built around personal narratives) made by community members during the Resilience Project’s monthly community workshops. Storytellers craft short written narratives from their lives, then build 2-3 minute digital videos around those stories. Workshops are open to all community members 16 and older. Join us on October 28th and we’ll screen your digital story during the November CAW! Go to
wearetheresilienceproject.org for more information.


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

Spectacle: Nicole Jean Hill and Alexis Pike

Photographing traditionally masculine activities that take place in communities near their homes, both artists explore themes of spectacle, masculinity, image, risk. They direct their lenses to the performers and their spectators and the moments of introspection and exultation that take place before, after and during an event. The exhibition is in conjunction with the Society of Photographic Educators Northwest Regional Conference, which will take place at Oregon State University on 20/21 October.


FRED AMOS ART STUDIO • 340 SW 2nd St. Studio #12 • 4-8pm

CAW 3rd Anniversary Art Show

This is the 3rd anniversary for the CAW! Come celebrate with us and see some great artwork. I paint in oil; my paintings are landscapes and portraits.


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

Soft Opening of Downtown's Newest Gallery

There’s a new gallery in town! Holly Campbell and Sharon Rackham King have joined forces inside Madison Plaza to showcase their work, both individually and collectively. October’s CAW will serve as a “soft opening” for THE HOLD where visitors can see CAW’s 3rd Anniversary Grand Prizes!


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

Nature Inspired Art in Vivid Color

Colorful Alcohol Ink Landscapes, and More!


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THE LITTLEST GALLERY • 4th St. & Madison Ave. (on the wall on the side of Starbucks • 4-8pm

Oh Deer 

Ugly Art Room's The Littlest Gallery presents 3D artwork by Hester Coucke, Corvallis artist and curator at The Arts Centers.


MAJESTIC THEATRE • 115 SW 2nd St. • 4-8pm

Adrienne Fritze: ArtScapes

 

 


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

Art-ober

Fall is a season of celebration and transformation and we will rejoice in the cacophony of shapes and colors and the whimsical creations of several local artists and mixed media artists, with a featured collection of pieces of "WOW inspired art by Alex Krupkin" that will tickle your senses!


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PopsArtStudio • 425 SW Madison Ave • 4-8PM

Still Marching

The new selection of recent and new paintings and prints by Matthew Nelson explores issues of social justice surrounding race relations, poverty, homelessness and addiction.


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STUDIO BEATRICE • 230 NW 6th • 4-7pm

Paintings by Barbara Levine: All New Works

"I hope you like it, but don't ask me what it's about." An artist often paints images to express what they cannot say with words. In Barbara Levine's new artwork, she lets her pen meander into lines and shapes with focused attention but without intention. If the results are intriquing, she then uses the drawings and her imagination to create paintings rich in color and texture and varied in subject matter. The viewer is invited to decipher the suggested narrative.


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UNTITLED WORKS STUDIO • 460 SW Madison Ave., Ste 16 • 5-8pm

New Work X 2

Jennifer and Jeff open up their shared studio space with new works in their respective adventures in art.


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

Nature and Alt-Nature

VOICES is proud to feature Ronda "Treebelly" Wymore's show "Nature and Alt-Nature" in the Main Gallery. "I explored landscapes and creatures both real and surreal, figurative and literal-ish, imaginary and hinted-at. From koi to kitties, monsters to mushrooms. Dark and gloomy to light and goofy."
www.TreeBelly.com.
As always, the remaining eight members' artwork will be displayed in the Entry Gallery: 
Marnie Zoa, Sharon Rackham King, Holly Campbell, Diana Ryan, Courtney Marchesi, Caroline Moses, Rick Guinan, Christy Guinan