Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Judith Geher, JJ Jasperson & Anna Valdez

Judith Geher, JJ Jasperson & Anna Valdez
August 18 - September 11


Judith Geher, Skunk Bird, Oil on Linen
Judith Geher, Sleeping, Oil on Linen
Judith Geher, Pine Cone Bird No. 7, Oil on Linen
Judith Geher, Pink Branches Bird No.4, Oil on Linen
 
JJ Jasperson, With Her Poolish Thoughts, Acrylic on Canvas
JJ Jasperson, Snapchat in Dorset, Acrylic on Canvas
Anna Valdez, Coffee & Plant, Encaustic on Masonite Panel

Anna Valdez, Pitcher with Flowers, Encaustic on Masonite Panel

Anna Valdez, Seashell on Log, Oil on Canvas

Anna Valdez, Plant with Striped Vase, Oil on Canvas







Friday, June 24, 2016

Summer Salon: New Work by Jeremy Miranda, Samantha Walrod & More

Jeremy Miranda, Monsterra, Acrylic on Masonite

Jeremy Miranda, Shed, Acrylic on Masonite

Jeremy Miranda, Den, Acrylic on Masonite

Samantha Walrod, Candy Skull Deer, Acrylic on Panel

Samantha Walrod, Coyote Rd, Acrylic on Panel

Samantha Walrod, Wolf and Dots Road, Acrylic on Panel

Friday, April 29, 2016

Fiona Freemark & Casey Roberts: May 5 - 29

Fiona Freemark & Casey Roberts
May 5 - May 29
Opening: May 6th, 7-9PM 

Fiona Freemark, Midsection, Hand Cut Photograph on Arches Watercolour Paper

Fiona Freemark, Untitled (Eagle Rock), Hand Cut Photograph on Arches Watercolour Paper

Fiona Freemark, Fog Over Lyndoch, Hand Cut Photograph on Arches Watercolour Paper

Fiona Freemark, Highway No. 1, Hand Cut Photograph on Arches Watercolour Paper

Casey Roberts, Bonsai Pair with Loose Weave Rug, Cyanotype Drawing with Enamel

Casey Roberts, Branch, Cyanotype Drawing with Enamel

Casey Roberts, Killer Pod, Cyanotype Drawing with Collage

Casey Roberts, Ski Champion, Cyanotype Drawing with Collage

Friday, April 1, 2016

Christine Flynn: Oregon Route 101

Christine Flynn
Solo Exhibition
April 7 - May 1
Opening: April 8th, 7-9PM

Christine Flynn, Surf, Photograph w/ Mixed Media & Resin, 88 x 30



Christine Flynn, Cannon Beach, Photograph w/ Mixed Media & Matte Resin, 60x36



Christine Flynn, Spruce Forest, Photograph w/ Mixed Media, Gloss & Matte Resin, 60x36



Christine Flynn, Wild Horses, Photograph w/ Mixed Media & Resin, 72 x 30

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

New Work by Jeff Depner

Jeff Depner, Untitled, Oil on Canvas, 45" x 30




Jeff Depner, Untitled, Oil on Canvas, 45" x 30



Jeff Depner, Untitled, Oil on Canvas, 45" x 30

Monday, November 16, 2015

Ric Santon: Expect Delays

Ric Santon
Expect Delays
Solo Exhibition
November 19 - December 20 

Ric Santon, A Deviation from the Ideal, Acrylic on Canvas, 16x20

Ric Santon, Considerations on Sunday, Acrylic on Canvas, 30x60

Ric Santon, Everything Is Said, Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 16

Ric Santon, Expect Delays, Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 16

Ric Santon, A Small Delay, Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 16

Ric Santon, Untitled ("Little Richter" Series), Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 16



Ric Santon, Now You See It, Acrylic on Panel, 20 x 16


Ric Santon, Fast, Beige & Waiting, Acrylic on Panel, 36 x 36

Friday, October 9, 2015

Yangyang Pan: Driving Through a Dream

 YANGYANG PANDRIVING THROUGH A DREAM
SOLO EXHIBITION
OCTOBER 15TH - NOVEMBER 8TH


 Dynamic colour, held within striations of movement, texture, and reflective light, ignite the visual velocity of Yangyang Pan’s chromatic Driving Through a Dream. Romantic in language and adventurous in nature, Yangyang’s kaleidoscopic atmospheres are as vitally esoteric as they are ruthlessly present – pulling us, the driver, into landscapes of iridescence that tear the line between tangibility and imagination.

Aggressively saturated spectrums of colour, meticulously brushed in tonal levels of weight and temperature, build shadow and depth in scenes that could be Earthly – like the rainy streets at a brightly lit blue hour or a bouquet of florals beneath a blazing sunset – but not before Yangyang’s pure, visceral motion delivers us from that familiarity. As if caught within a tunnel of light at incredible speed, Yangyang’s loosely formed narrative bursts to life at the corner of each canvas – throwing us, head first, into speckled fantasies of energy and vibration. Contradictions in form trap the eye between liquidity and rigidity, while intelligent colourations forge phantom florals of thick substance in heavily filled space. In a single, visual moment, transcendence and sensation collide beneath the magnetism of Yangyang’s animated universe.

At the cornerstone of the conscious and the unconscious, Drive through Dream sits palpably between the arcane and the distinct. Flickering light and swift colour mark the sound of Yangyang’s collective expression – inviting emotion and humanity into a chrysalis of illusion and nature. Simultaneously, we are both the subject and the catalyst.

-Editor at Large, Fshnunlimited Magazine / Dylan Dias