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Landscape artist Doug Staples finds expressing mood and atmosphere by depicting weather phenomenon he has experienced in life a very rewarding experience. He tries to convey the emotional impact of these weather conditions in his paintings. “I may not have been to a given location, whether real or imaginary, but

Susie Lee was raised in the rural Owens Valley, California, loving nature, drawing, and woodworking. Art came naturally to Susie. With stubs of #2 pencils from school, on spare newsprint from her father’s newspaper office, she constantly drew the family dogs, cats and hamsters, the horses in nearby pastures, and

Joshua Able, Wildlife Photographer is the featured artist in October. Joshua Able was born in Upstate New York and grew up in a family that was connected to the natural world. He learned a deep appreciation for our wildlife and lands from his parents while being able to travel and explore our world

A show that began 68 years ago on makeshift walls in the gym of Grants Pass High School is now a flourishing event displayed by Rogue Community College’s FireHouse Gallery. Through August 25, over 100 artists from around the Rogue Valley will have their artwork shown at the 68th Annual

Ashland’s oldest art gallery represents more than just artists, but an array of creativity both on canvases and ceramics that capture the whimsical nature of humans, the beauty of nature, and different cultures. Hanson Howard Art Gallery, founded by Judy Howard and recently joined by Élan Chardin Gombart, holds a

Southern Oregon University’s Center for the Visual Arts Gallery student Gallery Director Hannah Bakken has a massive job. Rotating five or six exhibits in SOU’s gallery spaces every couple weeks, Bakken sorts through hundreds of pieces of art each month. For the Messenger’s Spring Arts Issue, we sat down with

The Schneider Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, Breaking Pattern, a multi-artist showcase curated by Matthew Delegate and Rossana Martinez of Brooklyn’s Minus Space gallery, highlights explorations of pattern, optical and perceptual abstract painting through selected works by seven artists from across the country. Featured artists are an accomplished bunch, including