CORVALLIS ARTS WALK • December 20th, 2018
The Arts Center (Basement) • 700 SW Madison Ave • 4pm-8pm
Open Studio - Artists in Residence
The Arts Center's Artist Accelerator residents open their studios to the CAW. Claire Elam's ceramic work explores relationships between the human body, nature, and functional ceramics. Kimberly Long creates whimsical and imaginative homes and objects for Gnooks. Justin Lodge paints natural scenes within scientific or spiritual concepts and patterns. Tara Robinson paintings provide the viewer with an intimate encounter of a bird often surrounded by bright florals, communicating both personality and a sense of enchantment.
Art in the Valley Gallery• 209 SW 2nd St. • 4-8pm
Phil Coleman Photo: Wonder of Wings
I photograph many things - people and places, landscapes and animals, flowers and abstracts - but for this exhibit, I concentrate on some of nature’s creations that can fly, most in the air but a few, like penguins, in the ocean. Constrained as we are by gravity, we can only imagine how amazing the 3-dimensional world must be for birds and “bugs.” With the photographs that I present here, I want to show the wonderful diversity of these natural “airplanes,” small to large, drab to outrageously colorful, rather ugly to quite handsome. Some are shown in flight, some at rest. All see and navigate the world in ways that we can only approximate with our limited technology.
CEI ArtWorks Gallery • 408 SW Monroe St. • 4-8pm
CEI ArtWorks Annual Holiday Exhibit
Annual CEI ArtWorks Gallery Affiliated Artists Holiday Exhibit.
Fred Amos Art Studio • 340 SW 2nd St, Suite #12 • 4-8pm
Happy Holidays - Enjoy the Arts
My focus this month is landscape paintings. Please stop by and enjoy some paintings of local landscapes.
The Hold Studio • 425 SW Madison Ave, Suite E2 • 4-8PM
Review The Hold's first year---Works by Campbell and King from each of the past 13 months, some of them REDEEMED with modifications.
Jagged Touch Studio • 340 SW 2nd Street, Ste #11 • 4-8pm
Visions from the Coast
Jagged Touch Studio welcomes featured artist, William Shields, an emerging photographer who invites you to come experience a unique play on perception. Through the use of perspective, William is able to create otherworldly experiences that challenge your visual sense of reality. Small glimpses of time transform the viewer's experience of life and bring them into a curated version of the world. What was at one time an ordinary object becomes a living breathing entity of its own creation. Enjoy this magical journey that William has created for your enjoyment and prepare to leave with a renewed sense of wonderment.
Jeff Hess Studio • 460 SW Madison Ave, Ste #16 • 5-8PM
The Timbre of Winter
An immersive organics-based collaborative installation with guest artist Matt Kellam. Limited entry. First come first in/out.
Joan Truckenbrod Pop-up Gallery
• 517 SW 2nd Street • 4-8PM
Peaceful ceramic vessels in atmospheric firings. Utilitarian pieces, felted home-decor and small gifts. December 1st - 30th. Gallery open Saturdays 12-3pm, and December 20th 4-8pm for Corvallis Arts Walk. More open hours will be posted at the gallery.
OSU Fairbanks Gallery • 220 SW 26th St • 4-8pm
Montage Student Show
Montage Collective is a student-run arts organization of Oregon State University that seeks to both foster camaraderie among artists, as well as promote the arts on and off campus. The annual Montage juried exhibit draws from a pool of OSU students of all majors, traditionally providing a wide spectrum of work in matters of genre, background and intention. This year's juror is Eugene-based artist Julia Oldham.
Peak Sports • 207 NW 2nd Street • 4-8PM
Nothing Conventional Fashion
Nothing Conventional Fashion by Anya Dod! Someone asked me why I design, I don't have the words to tell you, so let me show you!
For a sneak peek check out my Instagram: @nothingconventional
Plant Posse/Brittney West Studio • 340 SW 2nd Street, Ste #3 • 4-8PM
Holiday sale: handmade gifts & stocking stuffers! Affordable, handmade jewelry, Eco-prints, paintings, stickers, t-shirts, totes and needlepoint! Come check out our jungle of an ambient studio/gallery and try the seasonal vegan gluten-free cookies made by Whole Flower Farm!
PopsArtStudio • 425 SW Madison Ave, Ste H1 • 4-8pm
We Got This
No matter what you deal with as you live your sweet sacred life, you're not alone. This month's show centers on the sayings, steps and struggle of living life on life's terms in this new collection of collages and paintings by Matthew Nelson. Studio wide sale just in time for the holidays, too!
Studio 2 o 4 • 230 SW 3rd Street, Ste #204 • 4-8pm
Suite 9 - Downtown Corvallis Association • 460 SW Madison Ave, Suite 9 • 5pm - 8pm
Having Your Cake and Eating It Too
The holiday season is all about having your cake and eating it too! Jennifer Killian is a full time arborist for the City of Corvallis who loves baking in her free time. Killian calls her delicious edible art: Life with a side of baking. Along with a selection of holiday treats, Killian will also have a rich, chocolate cake with an almond buttercream frosting. Faye Cummins paints mainly birds of all kinds: local, exotic, rare, and totally whimsical, mostly on cigar boxes. Her selection of petite paintings she chose for this show is called, "On a Winter's Night." Henna artist Mehndi in the Morning will be offering all natural, temporary body art tattoos. Plant artist Jennifer Moreland will have her elaborate succulent arrangements and kokedama moss art on display, including one entitled "Sempervivum Ampersand." This eclectic mini-pop-up Holiday Artisan Market can be found at Suite Nine, the newest gallery to join the CAW, in the offices of the Downtown Corvallis Association.
Teal Artist Cooperative • 137 SW 3rd Street • 6-8pm
Cooperative Open House
Teal Cooperative features art and craft from Willamette Valley artists. Come snack, sample Spiritopia Liqueurs and view our newest creations!
Voices Gallery • 301 SW 4th Street, Suite 160 • 4-8pm
Young Voices Traveling Show
It's the time of year when young artists take over! Voices and their sister gallery, The Hold Studio, are hosting their 2nd annual "Young Voices Traveling Show" where every child is welcome to display their work. The last several months have been spent recruiting these young voices and December 20th's art walk is the first of two receptions. Each artist is local and under the age of 18. Media ranges from ceramics to watercolor, photography to sculpture, and everything in between. Be sure to look for the next reception in January at The Hold Studio!