"Cross Currents" at the Metropolitan State University of Denver's Center for Visual Art . . .Read more
Conversations in the Round House: Roots, Roads, and Remembrances - August 16, 2017 to February 11, 2018 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art University of Oregon ...Read more
My work explores human stories and rituals implicit in everyday objects. I consciously draw from indigenous design principles, oral traditions, and personal experience to shape the inner logic of the work I make. My recent work explores the history of wool blankets. As I fold and stack blankets...Read more
Where art, design and dialogue meet: a conversation with Tad SavinarRead more
Featuring works by Susie J. Lee and Storm Tharp "Implied Fictions” is the complementary exhibition of portraits from a selection of Northwest artists that will be on display in conjunction with "A Closer Look: Portraits from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection".Read more
The first in a set of four exhibitions, "Structures and Feelings" brings together works by Portland-based Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen and Mexican artist Adriana Lara...Read more
Some of my work I made in a dream and make when I wake up. Some of the work is made when I can't sleep. Some pieces grow over time in an intuitive, unconscious layering. My work may be linear in nature but I work in cycles - ellipses and spirals. I prefer a continuous evolution. My work grows...Read more
Posted by Brian Libby, Special to The Oregonian April 03, 2009Read more
"Abstract Drawing", 20 February 2014 – 19 April 2014 at the Drawing Room . . .Read more
My artwork is influenced by the transient nature of both living and inanimate things. The work may illustrate unseen processes in our bodies or the atmosphere or attempt to capture an image or remember these living and inanimate things as they are changing or fading away. The materials I use...Read more
Congratulations Storm!Read more
S/PLI/T presents Jessie Weitzel and Jeremy Le Grand: A little glutton and her wares
A little glutton and her wares, is the first collaborative effort between Portland-based artists Jessie Weitzel and Jeremy Le Grand. Humor, wit, and a vibrating aesthetic contribute to this small uneasy...Read more
Tacoma Art Museum announces artists to create outdoor artwork. . .Read more
Artist duo Anna Gray & Ryan Wilson Paulsen are one of 30 artists selected for Tacoma Art Museum's 10th Northwest Biennial. They were selected by TAM Curator Rock Hushka and independent curator and art critic Renato Rodrigues da Silva from Vancouver, BC.Read more
In the spirit of summer PDX is happy to present a gathering of summery work by artists ranging from well-established NW artists such as James Lavadour and Marie Watt, to artists established elsewhere but new to Portland, and to a recent PNCA graduate.
This will be a casual group show,...Read more
Congratulations to Anna Gray & Ryan Wilson Paulsen - one of the seven finalists for the 2011 Brink Award.
The Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington is delighted to announce the short list of candidates for The Brink, an award for emerging artists in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia. The 2011 finalists are Grant Barnhart (Seattle, WA), Debra Baxter (Seattle, WA), Dawn Cerny (Seattle, WA), Andrew Dadson (Vancouver, BC), Tannaz Farsi (Eugene, OR), Allison Hrabluik (Vancouver, BC), and artist team Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen (Portland, OR).
This new award is now in its second biennial cycle, following 2009’s winner, Isabelle Pauwels (Vancouver, BC.) The selection committee will conduct studio visits with the eight artists in late March and early April.
In partnership with long-time Henry Art Gallery benefactors and Seattle art supporters John and Shari Behnke, the Henry confers this biennial prize of $12,500 to one of these artists, all of whom are at the beginning stages of a promising professional career. The recipient will also be given a solo exhibition at the Henry, and a work of his or her art will be acquired for the museum’s permanent collection. The winner of The Brink will be announced Friday, April 22, 2011, at 7PM.Read more
July 6 through August 11Read more
Driving to Portland from Seattle is such an easy thing to do . . .Read more
VOLTA NY March 5 – 8, 2015 Booth #B14...Read more
Quiet, minimal and softly alluring, the unassuming compositions at three neighboring Portland art spots can flit by you with a second notice . . .Read more
"Twelve Must-See Painting Shows: September 2012 -
Sarah Cain, Matt Connors, Angela Dufresne, Mark Flood, Toba Khedoori, Dimitri Kozyrev, Robert Lostutter, Erick Parker, Cory Ryman, STORM THARP, Devin Troy Strother, Wendy White
"It is September and the art world has come back to life..."Read more
"Beauty Reigns: A Baroque Sensibility in Recent Painting", at the McNay Museum of Art, June 11 - August 17, 2014Read more
Heather Watkins is featured in "The Soul Selects her own Society: Women Artists from the Miller Meigs Collection" curated by Stephanie Snyder...Read more