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Visual Arts

Local artist Josh Krute on creating a life-size print of the world’s largest felled tree - The Fieldbrook Giant
Josh Krute will create two 15-by-15-foot prints of the giant. Photo: Trask Bedortha.
Josh Krute will create two 15-by-15-foot prints of the giant. Photo: Trask Bedortha.

In an era of vitriolic hyperbole, local artist Simon Graves focuses on the positive
'Chief Joseph’ and ‘Frida Kahlo' portraits
'Chief Joseph’ and ‘Frida Kahlo' portraits

Two public art projects are coming to the Whiteaker

Artist Bret Pendlebury puts a fresh spin on portraiture
Detail of ‘Linna’ by Bret Pendlebury
Detail of ‘Linna’ by Bret Pendlebury

The first-ever Brian Lanker photography retrospective at the Schnitzer will knock your heart out

Local comics illustrator Mike Allred talks Silver Surfer, killing the Comics Code and the dearth of superhero penises
Hey kids! Look, no penises

Oil painter Jerry Ross returns to his activist roots with mugs of Sanders, Clinton, Trump and more presidential candidates
'Feel the Bern' by Jerry Ross
'Feel the Bern' by Jerry Ross

Wake up Eugene, and push your art scene into the 21st Century

The brilliant, challenging outsider art world of Henk Pander comes
to Eugene
‘I go into the desert and I collect these things,’ says Henk Pander, pictured in his studio, of the skeletons that appear in his work. Photo by Alex V. Cipolle.
‘I go into the desert and I collect these things,’ says Henk Pander, pictured in his studio, of the skeletons that appear in his work. Photo by Alex V. Cipolle.

The Wayne L. Morse courthouse hosts its first art exhibit — Art of Survival: Enduring the Turmoil of Tule Lake