Art About Agriculture
OSU COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
COMPETITION AND TOURING EXHIBITION
September 29 – November 10, 2023
Reception: Friday, September 15, 5:30–8pm
The OSU College of Agricultural Sciences is celebrating their 40th year of “Art About Agriculture”, their Competition and Touring Exhibition. This year’s presentation of jury-selected artworks come from artists representing 20 counties throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.
Britt Block, What a Bee Sees: Apple Blossom, pastel on paper
Big Girls in Rogue: Drawings by M. V. Moran
August 11—September 21, 2023
Reception: Friday, August 18, 5:30-8pm
This exhibit features the work of Oregon artist M. V. Moran. These larger than life charcoal drawings present monumental figures in bold black and white compositions.
M. V. Moran, Big Girls: Confrontation, charcoal on paper on panel, 48″x95″
M. V. Moran, Big Girls: Contemplation, charcoal on paper on panel, 48″x95″
M. V. Moran, Big Girls: Confinement, charcoal on paper on panel, 48″x95″
An Art Exhibition Collaboration with Rogue Gallery &
Marrow Collective Featuring Ryan Moon
June 23–August 4, 2023
Reception: Friday, July 21, 5:30pm–8pm
INTENT is a solo exhibition curated by Marrow Collective and Rogue Gallery. Artist Ryan Moon showcases a variety of past and current works. Ryan is one of three founders of Marrow Collective, a collection of artists advancing the movement of arts and culture throughout Southern Oregon through the use of popup art exhibitions.
More info about Marrow Collective at marrowcollective.com
Rogue Valley Biennial
A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art
May 5–June 16, 2023
Reception: Friday, May 19, 5:30pm–8pm
This biennial exhibit features artwork from local and regional artists in various media. These new works present innovative, insightful, and thought provoking expressions of current events, art movements, or political issues. Juried by Jay Gordon and Ryan Moon.
Selected works by Bruce Allen, Bruce Bayard, Linda Boutacoff, Susan Eileen Burnes, John Campbell, Al Crane, Claire Duncan, Jessica Lee Findleton, Denise Souza Finney, Mark Fontaine, Alx Fox, Stephen Frazier, Connie Fribance, Tom Glassman, Kelly Gratton, Pam Haunschild, Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Marilyn Hurst, Kat Jimison, Penny Keenan, Jon Lee, Monique Monet, David Nienow, Kristen O’Neill, Charlotte Peterson, Desmond Serratore, Karen Staal, David Tiedemann, Meri Aaron Walker, and Dirlene Wheeler.
Jurors’ Choice Winners
Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, New Beginnings, watercolor, 29×21 $1,600
Desmond Serratore, Winter Cows, oil, 12×16, $450
Karen Staal, What Next!, acrylic, 40×40, $2,000.00
Encounters with Nature:
Millie Whipplesmith Plank and Alfred Pierson
March 10—April 28, 2023
Reception: Friday March 17, 2023
Encounter nature’s splendor in the intricate, contemplative works of two local artists. Alfred Pierson uses natural materials for his impressive pine needle baskets, while Millie Whipplesmith Plank creates woodcut prints depicting captivating scenes of the great outdoors.
Millie Whipplesmith Plank, Rapture, woodcut
Alfred Pierson, pine needle basket
Millie Whipplesmith Plank, Open Territory, woodcut
Alfred Pierson, pine needle baskets 2
Millie Whipplesmith Plank, Double Dippers, woodcut
Alfred Pierson, pine needle baskets 2
Millie Whipplesmith Plank, Secret, woodcut
Works from the Rogue Gallery Collection
January 13—March 3, 2023
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5:30-8pm
Rogue Gallery & Art Center curated this exhibit from our collection of art generously donated by artists and collectors in our community. The exhibit features artwork from local and nationally known artists in a variety of media, subject matter, and styles, including work by Eugene Bennett, Bob Bobsworth, Andrew Bucci, Norma Campbell, D. Chodkiewicz, Judy Howard, Carl Jackson, Kunz, Betty LaDuke, Geoffrey Lewis, Lyle Matoush, Juan Carlos Norero, Orlick, Bill Rabbit, Peg Sjogren, Gwen Stone, Tracy Templeton, Elizabeth Watkins, Barbara Weber, Valerie Willson, and Elaine Witteveen.
Artwork is for sale. All art sale proceeds support Rogue Gallery & Art Center programming.
Sponsored by: Rogue Gallery Board of Directors