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October Spotlight Exhibits
October 1 - October 31
Ashland Art Works
Ashland Art Works in October!
Ashland Art Works is very pleased to announce that they will be hosting artist
demonstrations over the weekends in October!
They will also be hosting a pop-up sale for their resident Clayfolk members. The annual
Clayfolk Pottery Show was cancelled this year, but several of their members are hosting
their own pop-up sales throughout the region.
For more information and a schedule of events, please visit www.ashlandartworks.org
Friday, Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 10:00 a.m. –
The Female of the Species Part II
Feminine, Passionate, Exotic, Feline
Part II of our all-female artists exhibit opens October 2, 2020. No First Friday Art Walk is
planned but stay tuned!
We continue our diverse showing with one of a kind necklaces and earrings from local
and California artists. We have added a rare group of antique Moroccan Wedding and
dowery pieces. These tie to a group of vintage Afghani wedding attire, put together by
Zahara. Unfortunately, she will not be able to share her middle eastern dances at
Gallerie Karon at this time due to COVID restraints but hopefully in the future.
Pegi Smith's new allegorical mixed media paintings greet you as you walk through the
front door. Nancy Bardos has added a homage to Freya Stark, the very early female
explorer. It’s a strong mixed media presentation on metal. Jerri Cook shares two of her
porcelain plaque portraits, a prominent actor from the movie Selma and beautiful
rendition of Tony Morrison.
We are retaining our regular days and hours at the gallery. We are open 11:00 a.m. –
5:00 p.m. and closed Sunday and Monday.
Schneider Museum of Art
Migrating Bodies: For(saking) Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Co-curated by Jill Hartz, former executive director of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of
Art, University of Oregon, Richard Herskowitz, artistic and executive director of the
Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF), and Scott Malbaurn, director of the
Schneider Museum of Art.
Humans have always been on the move. From nomads to nation builders, we have
sought a better life, however we’ve chosen to define that goal. The causes of migration
and displacement– including climate change and its attendant famines, fires, and 500-
year floods that are now happening yearly; war; religious persecution; slavery; and
commerce– seem unending and are, if anything, growing more dire.
On View: August 6th, 2020 – October 10th, 2020
Ann DiSalvo and Bruce Allen Bayard
621 A Street, Ashland, OR 97520
Open most days 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Studio A.B is the gallery and workspace for artists Ann DiSalvo and Bruce Allen Bayard.
Ann works in dry media: charcoal, pastel, graphite. Bruce creates photo-based, digital
collage. We always have artwork on exhibit. Additionally, we offer the following services:
Illustration, Editing, Photoshop, Graphic Design, Tutoring (drawing and Photoshop).
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