Saturday, September 22, 2012

We're Falling for the Northwest

by Jennifer G Cutshall
Mixed Media on Canvas
48" x 60"
It seems like we are finally falling for the Northwest.  New Mexico was hard to leave and even harder  to forget...
but there's something about the crispness of the air, the rustling of the leaves. Everything and everyone in Portland seems destined for this autumnal season.  There's a bounty to harvest  everywhere...
every neighborhood boasts voluptuous tomatoes plants on sidewalk paths. Chinese lanterns hug the edges of stone cellars while pumpkin vines creep onto the roadways tickling bikers as they zoom by...
How can we resist Portland?  It seems made for us to love...

And to mirror the bounty that surrounds us we've been blessed to be featured in several shows this fall.

The Weeping Field
by Richard Cutshall
11.5" x  6"
In addition to his current work available at the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery, Richard has a new piece  (The Weeping Field) selected for the Fall show. The Fall show opens Friday October 19, 2012 from 5PM - 8PM.

Bridging The Gap
by Jennifer G Cutshall
36" x 48"
Two of Jennifer's pieces were selected for the 99% show at the Wiseman Gallery at Rogue Community College.  Show runs from Halloween through December 7, 2012.

Jennifer has also been invited to be the feature artist at Art on The Ridge Gallery in Seattle from October through December...more information will be posted soon.

And Jennifer's work will be showcased  as part of the Portland Open Studios Tour which opens our studio to the public.

If you're in the Northwest this fall it's ripe with art...
we invite you to view:
Richard at the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery:
Jennifer has 3 pieces at the Pittock:
Jennifer is a featured artist in the juried Portland Open Studios tour:
99% show at the Wiseman Gallery at RCC(2 of Jennifer's pieces):

We hope you will stop by to see the bounty of art in the Northwest...there's so much out there!

And if you do come to PDX this fall be sure to visit Guardino Gallery, too.  Stephanie Brockway curates an awesome Day of the Dead show at Guardino Gallery in the Alberta Arts District:

We're happy to be a small part of the haunting theater that is the Northwest...harvest art here this fall!

Posted by Jennifer G. Cutshall

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