Main Gallery

There’s always something new to see in our Main Gallery! Each year we host 8 to 10 exhibitions, featuring individual artists, group shows, open juried exhibitions, and thematic exhibitions. There’s a show for everyone — from abstract to realistic, watercolors to photographs, sculpture and everything in between. We introduce each new exhibit to the community with a lively reception, giving you the chance to meet the artist and mingle with other art lovers in the area. These events have become increasingly popular, often attracting hundreds of viewers.

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA):
Printmaking Works from the Permanent Collection

August 13—September 24, 2021

Reception: Friday, September 17, 2021

Crow’s Shadow, located in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountains, is a non-profit organization specializing in printmaking. Their collection includes work by luminaries of contemporary Native American art. This exhibit features Rick Bartow, Avantika Bawa, Joe Cantrell, Adnan Charara, Phillip John Charette, Yoonhee Choi, Corwin Clairmont, Jim Denomie, Vanessa Enos, Ric Gendron, Yoshihiro Kitai, Eva Lake, Frank LaPena, James Luna, Brenda Mallory, Larry McNeil, Ramon Murillo, Ryan Pierce, Lillian Pitt, Wendy Red Star, Sara Siestreem, Marie Watt, and Melanie Yazzie.

For more information contact Rogue Gallery by phone at (541) 772-8118 or email admin@roguegallery.org

Current Exhibit

FROM THE GROUND UP:
Ceramics by Jane Anderson and Paintings by Fred Nocella

October 1–November 12, 2021

Jane Anderson explores the being-ness of clay developing into the creation of primitive icons. Fred Nocella’s collaged paintings layer found photographs, natural history, science textbooks, medical illustrations, clip art, schematic diagrams, and popular culture. Their different media and styles of art complement each other visually while harmonizing in their themes of curiosity and investigations of both artmaking and our inner and outer worlds.

Upcoming Exhibit

Fred Nocella, Is This Problem Glandular In Nature, mixed media;
Jane Anderson, It’s Complicated, Just Breathe Through It, ceramic