Main Gallery

The Main Gallery is Rogue Gallery’s largest exhibition space. Each year we host up to eight exhibitions in this gallery that feature individual artists, group shows, large scale work, and thematic exhibitions.

Current Exhibit

STEAM WORKS IN WATERCOLOR & GLASS:
Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass & Peter Patterson
May 10–June 28, 2024
Reception: Friday, May 17, 5–8pm

Combining the elements of fire and water, “Steam Works” features Chicago glass artist, Peter Patterson, and local watercolor artist Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, in a vibrant exhibition.

About the Artists

Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass

I Love to Paint! It is my Voice!
From shared experiences in realism, tributes to spirituality and journeys into abstraction: my artwork is a culmination and a sharing of my life experiences, dreams, inner visions, of all I that am. A third generation Artist I was encouraged to explore and express my creativity at an early age. Predominately, I am a watercolorist; a colorist with a strong emphasis on design.

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Linda Hoffman-Snodgrass Bio

Peter Patterson

I have been working with hot glass for over 45 years. My Education includes a BFA from the Cleveland School of Art, Cleveland Ohio. I have also studied extensively at the Penland School of Craft, Penland North Carolina. Working with Master Glassblowers, learning their different techniques and styles, and incorporating that knowledge into my own glass artwork.

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Peter Patterson Bio
Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Oceanic, watercolor
Peter Patterson, Heart, glass
Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Illume, watercolor
Peter Patterson, Seaform Bowl, glass

Upcoming Exhibit

Biophilia: Threads of Natural Wonder
SAQA OREGON REGIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION
July 5–August 23, 2024
Reception: Friday, July 19, 5–8pm

SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art quilt. The theme for this juried exhibition is biophilia which can be simply described as the love of nature. Quilts were selected based on their representation of a wide range of interpretations of the theme.

About SAQA

SAQA is an international non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art quilt and the artists who create them. We are an information resource on all things art quilt related for our members as well as the public. Founded in 1989 by an initial group of 50 artists, SAQA members now number more than 4,000 artists, teachers, collectors, gallery owners, museum curators and corporate sponsors. See www.saqa.com for more information.

SAQA’s Oregon Region has 200+ members. Three local groups meet monthly in Eugene, Portland, and Central Oregon. We have held four regional conferences and have announced our ninth regional exhibit. In 2020 we published the book, Emergence: From Concept to Stitch. Visit saqaoregon.com for more information.

Joan M Martin, Back Road
Sheryl LeBlanc, Diversity Amidst Conformity
Emily Mae Stevens, Papillon Paradise/The Journey of the Monarch
Ginny McVickar, Peace in the Forest
Annette McFarlane, The Final Dance of the Dandelion