March, 2019 - May, 2019
Key Portland Illustrators, Ryan Bubnis, Lisa Congdon, Jordan Domont, Lindsay Jordan Kretchun, Erika Lee Sears, and Betsy Walton, visually interpret Pantone Color of the Year for 2019, 16-1546 Living Coral, in a group exhibition aptly named “Living Coral.” In this collective show, each artist draws upon their own individual style to express the meaning of this color.
Nov, 2018 - Feb, 2019
Gayle Kabaker is a nationally and internationally recognized artist who lives and works in Ashfield, Massachusetts and grew up in Hong Kong. She is a freelance illustrator whose work has been used for everything from fashion and general illustration, to animation, logo and brand development. Her art has been on the cover of New Yorker Magazine four times.
Aug - Oct, 2018
Kitchell's exhibition Twice Seen features selected photomontage works from his ever-expanding diary of 500 images. These collage-like printed works, originally in book format, are created digitally by combining abstract photos of textures and patterns with realistic photos of isolated moments in a variety of places.
May - July, 2018
Jay Gaskill’s paintings deliver their basic image immediately, then invite you to explore their details. Gaskill uses color, shape and paint application to conjure a vibe that speaks to an independent truth.