First Friday ArtWalk
Lane Arts Council’s tour of galleries & art venues hosted by Bob Hart, the Executive Director of Lane County Historical Museum & Tony Meyer, a Eugene Opera Board Member, will begin at 5:30pm at The New Zone Gallery on 220 W 8th Ave.
Gilt+Gossamer Abstract paintings by Nyssa Perrin Clark. 837 Willamette
The New Zone Gallery “Zone-4-All,” an open non-juried showcase featuring original 2D & 3D works. 220 W 8th
Oregon Art Supply Heather Halpern showcase. 1020 Pearl
Out On A Limb Gallery paintings by Joanna Carrabbio. 191 E Broadway
Passionflower Design local sculptor & potter Mary Briggs. 128 E Broadway
100 Miles Bakery Featuring artist Lorena Cornell. 418 A St., Spfd
A-3 Works by Brynna Hendrick. 615 Main
Art in the Valley Gallery “Becoming Clay.” 209 SW 2nd, Corvallis
ArtWorks (CEI) Gallery “We Live Here.” 408 SW Monroe, Corvallis
Backstreet Gallery Featured Artists Backstreet Gallery Authors. 1421 Bay, Florence
Bagel Sphere Acrylic paintings by Hito. 810 Willamette
Bison Bison! “Wolf Dreams” by Mato Woksape. 354 SW Madison, Corvallis
Blue Buffalo Mercantile Michael Knotts, in house artist, creates unique & distinguished tooled leather art & visually stunning abstract paintings. 331 Main, Spfd
Brittney West Studio New Works. 340 SW 2nd Studio #3, Corvallis
Broadway Commerce Center Multicultural Children’s Art Museum & Education Center children’s artworks created by students ages 5 to 11. 44 Broadway
Capitello Wines Original paintings & prints by Celeste Schield Jacobi. 540 Charlnelton
Cascade Center for Spiritual Living “Eden’s Lynx” by Dene’ M. Benton. 500 Main, Spfd
City Hall Valley Calligraphy Guild. 225 5th, Spfd
Contemporary Mosaic Art Studio Works by Pam Givens, Jeannot Leenen, Gerda Jacobs, Strahil Naydenov & Marian Shapiro. 329 W 4th
Corrine Woodman Gallery I Love Letters by Laura Rodriguez. 700 SW Madison, Corvallis
Cowfish Paintings by Flynn Ryan. 62 W Broadway
Daniels Pottery Studio & Bnb Handmade Ceramics, featured artist Steve Daniels. 2740 Madison
The Dining Room “The road ahead: a 3500-mile solo bicycle journey in art” by David Wolfersberger. 270 W 8th
Eco Sleep Solutions & Gallery Tylar Merrill, Annie Heron, Mari Livie, Lybi Thomas, Cedar Caredio & Stephen White. 25 E 8th
Eugene Yoga Repurposed objects artwork by Chyanne Ganzel. 245 E Broadway
Euphoria Chocolate Company Paintings by Sean Brennan. 946 Willamette
Fairbanks Gallery Works by Damien Gilley & Jeff Sheridan through March 8, Fairbanks Hall, 220 SW 26th, OSU, Corvallis
Gallery Calapooia “Springtime Color,” hand-blown & fused glass by Cindy Conder & Lauren Wingert. 222 First, Albany
Goldworks Jewelry Art Studio Original jewelry by Goldworks staff. 169 E. Broadway
Hearts for Hospice Encaustic art by Hilary Norton. 444 Main, Spfd
InEugene Real Estate Original artwork by Melanie Manning for the Mama Moves Cards project. 100 E Broadway
Jazz Station Work by Gayle Macy. 124 W Broadway
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Clay Lohmann’s quilted experience, “Camo Cubes” through April 30. 1223 University of Oregon
Karin Clarke Gallery “David McCosh (1903-1981): Learning to Paint is Learning to See.” 760 Willamette
Lincoln Gallery “Modern Love.” 309 W 4th
Lunaria Gallery “Floral Impressions” by Jane Castelan Buccola & Robert Fox through March 31. 113 N Water, Silverton
Maude Kerns Art Center “Beyond Language & Unspoken,” work by Zoë Cohen, Suma Z. Elan, & Rebecca Mannheimer through March 24. 1910 E 15th
Maven Art Boutique Abstract & landscape photography by Daniel Moret & Todd Cooper. 271 W 8th
MECCA A series of works in a variety of media which have either been left, donated or forgotten. 449 Willamette
Memento Ink New art by Selena Dugan-Fields & felted fiber arts by Anne Conzemius. 525 Main
Morning Glory Café Joann Carrabbio & Marco Elliott: watercolor & gouache landscapes through March 15. 450 Willamette
Mosaic Fair Trade Collection upcycled oil-drum metal wall art from Haiti. 28 E Broadway
Oakshire Brewing Muse-ical Canvas by Mark Martindale through March 30. 207 Madison
O’Brien Photo Sandi O’Brien & student Mandala Paintings & pottery through March 9. 2833 Willamette
Off the Waffle “Native Coastal Woods” by Robert Horner. 2540 Willamette
Oregon Gallery Northwest photography by Ron Keebler through April 30. 199 E 5th
OSU Little Gallery Eileen Hinckle, an exhibit of photographs of murals painted by the artist. 210 Kidder Hall, 2000 SW Campus Way, Corvallis
Pacific Rim Art Guild “Paintings on Silk,” by students from a workshop taught by Dan Chen. 160 E Broadway, basement
Pacific Sky Exhibitions “Meander” by Patrick Beaulieu & Victoria Stanton. 180 W 12th
Petersen Barn Art show with works by over 30 artists. 870 Berntzen
Reality Kitchen Oil paintings by John Olsen. 645 River
Raven Frameworks “Pipe Dreams” by Dennis Werst. 325 W 4th
Red Wagon Creamery “Retro Cutie,” work by Alex Schlieger. 55 W Broadway
The Sam Bonds Foundry Americana landscape photography by Jason Rydquist. 540 E 8th
Shadowfox Work by multi-media artists Indigo Cowherd & Graham Dunn. 76 W Broadway
Springfield Museum Functional Art: Quilting, then & now. 590 Main, Spfd
Studio #7 Works by Alex Ihnat. 1002 W 2nd
Studio Beatrice Pensive Phantasms. 230 SW 6th, Corvallis
St. Vincent de Paul Work by St. Vincent’s resident artists, including designer & upcycling artist Mitra DeMirza Chester. 100 E 11th
Townshend’s Teahouse Paintings & prints by Jayme Vineyard of Mystic Fables Leather. 41 W Broadway
Tronson Gallery of Contemporary Art Works by Rebecca La Mothe through March 8. 740 Main, Spfd
University of Oregon Architecture & Allied Arts Library You Must Never Look Away From This: artists’ nook exhibition inspired by Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World & Me, through March 29. Rm. 200 Lawrence Hall, UO campus
University of Oregon Law Center Walt O’Brien Photography: Natural Landscapes of the American West through July 7. 1515 Agate
U.S. Bank Featured Artist Rebecca Lamothe. 437 Main, Spfd
Vistra Framing & Gallery Prints & paintings from the Gallery Collection. 160 E Broadway
Wandering Goat Cody Parks, Jason Soley & Ricky Garcia present “Tripartite” featuring works of printmaking, paint & intaglio through March 30. 268 Madison
Watershed Arts at Fertilab Conte crayon landscape drawings by Erik Johnson. 44 W 7th
White Lotus Gallery “Art in Daily Life: 19th & 20th Century Japanese Hanging Scrolls.” 767 Willamette
The Wayward Lamb Works by Marlis Badalich & Sam Gehrke. 150 W Broadway
Wise Turtle Acupuncture Mixed Media art featuring Patricia Montoya-Donohue & Andrea Ros. 500 Main upstairs, Spfd
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