Nature’s Splendor: Photography by Ravindra C Vasavada
December 9, 2022–January 13, 2023
Reception: Friday, December 16, 5:30–8pm
Local artist RC Vasavada uses his photography to share the wonder of nature with beautiful landscapes in dramatic locations like the High Sierras, Norway, or the Himalayas. Viewers are invited to enjoy the inspiration and beauty found in a special moment and place that is captured in his work.
RC Vasavada, Sunset at Hamnoy, Lototen, Norway, photograph
Small Beginnings: Sculpture and Mixed Media Works by Lucille Linville
October 21—December 2, 2022
Reception: Friday, October 21, 2022, 5:30–8:00
Lucille Linville uses reimagined childhood objects to explore feelings of isolation, domesticity, and mortality, while finding comfort in the innocent playfulness and nostalgia these objects evoke. She grew up in the Pacific Northwest, starting early in her artistic endeavors making monotypes with her grandmother, Nancy Jo Mullen.
Lucille Lineville, Doll House, mixed media
Sight Lines: Paintings by Anne Stagg
September 2–October 14, 2022
Florida State University Art Department faculty member Anne Stagg invites intuitive reflection with her acrylic paintings. As the artist explains, the exhibition title, Sight Lines, references not only the linear marks evident in the work, but beyond that the way we choose to see the world around us.
Anne Stagg, Lost in the Forest, acrylic on canvas
Inspired by New Zealand: Paintings by Cindy Triplett
July 15–August 26, 2022
Reception: Friday, August 19, 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Local artist Cindy Triplett shares her love of New Zealand. Watercolor and acrylic paintings animate personal glimpses of remote wonder, expressing gratitude and nostalgia for this special place.
The expressiveness and abstraction found in these paintings are the results of Cindy’s internalization of impressions gained through her travels in 2019 to the North and South Islands of New Zealand, known locally as Aotearoa, (the land of the long white cloud). They are reflections of her visual impressions and feelings abstracted from memory, such as of the ample quantity of fresh water, the changing atmospheric conditions, and the indigenous Maori culture. The work is lively, joyous, and captures the natural beauty of New Zealand. When viewing her work one can almost feel the wet cool water and the rays of sunshine. Cindy works in watercolor and acrylic media on paper.
Cindy Triplett was born and raised along the US West Coast and now lives in Ashland, Oregon. She has been painting since 1978. Cindy is most known for her landscapes and contemporary abstracts. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art with a Painting Emphasis and a Master’s Degree in Education from Southern Oregon University. Cindy has taught art education to secondary students at high schools in Oregon and California.
Cindy Triplett, South Pacific Portals, watercolor
Expressionism: Annual Art Movement Tribute
May 27 – July 8, 2022
This exhibit features the work of Rogue Gallery member artists inspired by Expressionism – an early 20th Century art movement. Expressionist artists sought to express emotions or moods instead of the physical world.
Participating artists: Robert Arieas, Betty Barss, Linda Boutacoff, Katy Cauker, Dara Daniel, Bob Drake, Tom Glassman, Krista Harris, Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Marilyn Hurst, Marilyn Hurst, Zelpha Hutton, Kathie Jimison, Carmelita Kerr, Susan Kracmar, Sheryl Leblanc, Nick Lee, Dave Mathewson, Vivian McAleavey, Monique Monet, Kristen O’Neill, Cristolin Oswald, Carolyn Patten, Charlotte Peterson, Desmond Serratore, Pam Shay, Martin Steele, Kim Sterling, Eva Thiemann, Cindy Triplett, Dirlene Wheeler, and Stefan Wolf
Tom Glassman, Parade Lights, photography, 16×20, $225
Marilyn Hurst, Fire Dance, watercolor, 12×12, $175
Cindy Triplett, After the Storm, watercolor, 24×20, $400
Sterling Beings: Sculptures by Jane Sterling
April 15–May 20, 2022
Local artist Jane Sterling brings contemplative bejeweled figures into being using a meditative creative process. These mixed media embellished ceramic sculptures evoke the mythical and the mysterious.
Jane Sterling, Dreaming Peace
Celtic Art Show
March 4–April 7, 2022
The spirit of Ireland and the Celts is celebrated by various artists in a variety of media. Participating artists include: Rachel Barrett, Jennifer Barrie Nelson, Robert Broadway, Jeb Buell Cossonay, Dawna Curler, Cynthia Flowers, Krista Harris, Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Carmelita Kerr, Susan Kracmar, Sheryl LeBlanc, Nick Lee, Monique Monet, Susan Murphey, Carolyn Patten, Charlotte Peterson, Pam Shay, Darlene Southworth, Doug Staples, Martin Steele, Nancy Sterling, Cherri Van Syoc, Maureen Wallace, and Timothy White.
Best in Show: Cherri Van Syoc, Over the Rainbow, acrylic
People’s Choice: Sheryl LeBlanc, Diversity Amidst Conformity, art quilt
Honorable Mention: Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass, Monolith, watercolor
Winter Romance: Acrylic Paintings
by Annekatrine Harrington
January 14—February 25, 2022
Local artist Annekatrine Harrington depicts comforting scenes of Ashland nestled in a layer of glowing snow. Come and indulge in this portrayal of winter beauty.