In Spoonful of Sugar, Emily Yong Beck asks: What is beneath the veil of beauty that we buy into?
In the two-venue exhibition, Buckwalter’s domestic scenes have a revolutionary proposition: what would a world of care and support for the needs of all women look like?
Ricki Dwyer’s vast textiles and small sculptures examine the gravity of human relationships.
Felted wool, steel, river rocks, and sound combine to illustrate the vulnerability of all life.
Religious images question the multifaceted nature of human lives.
A multi-media artist on the West Coast gets up close and personal with their viewers, unsettling the notion of a fixed identity.
A painter meditates on the impending and preventable horror of environmental destruction.
An ambitious group exhibition steps in to show the world that liberation requires both trouble and quietude.
A daring but imperfect exhibition challenges notions of racism and colorism.
A Portland-based painter conjures the otherworldly to meditate on the shrouded interiority of his subjects.