In his first in-depth exploration of industrial grade textiles, Gronquist zeroes in on the glitches, anomalies, and irregularities of his chosen materials, which include velvet, concrete, molten aluminum, and felting wool.
Portland artist Christine Miller turns historical racist imagery into tools for Black liberation and love.
An Oregon-based educator and artist inspires her students to find beauty in everything.
The work of Srijon Chowdhury functions as an emotive conduit to the silence of one’s life that is nearly unbearable.
A South African artist in Eugene, OR, uses dance and poetry to encourage compassion for difference.
A Portland-based artist layers personal narratives in whimsical sculptures.
Humor serves a social function in many ways.
Portland-based Avantika Bawa talks about her “almost minimalist” installations, her love affair with buildings, and basketball.
Nearly 200 of Cunningham’s insightful portraits, elegant flower and plant studies, poignant street pictures, and groundbreaking nudes present a singular vision developed over seven decades of work.
Fischer asks us to take a second look at the materials and processes deemed useless within mass food production that could actually sustain us.