Wallow Gallery, Carlton OR
Greetings! I am pleased to say that my watercolor painting “Three Minute Egg V11”, is now showing in the Wallow Gallery, Carlton, OR.
You see, it is one of the 20 award winning paintings from the Watercolor Society of Oregon’s (WSO) Spring 2018 Experimental Exhibition. And, WSO has a traveling show consisting of their award winning paintings. So, the award winning paintings get to travel to select galleries around Oregon.
I would like to invite you to see the Traveling Exhibition in Carlton. Therefore, I’d like to share gallery information with you. The paintings are showing at the Wallow Gallery, 125 W. Main St. Business hours are Fri-Sun, 12-5pm. For more information, please email [email protected] or call 503-785-9951. Furthermore, you may want to call the gallery first if you plan to see the exhibition.
The paintings will be on display through the end of September.
WSO Experimental Exhibition.
What makes the experimental exhibition special is that artists are encouraged to explore different water-media and substrates. Put another way, you see everything from a more traditional watercolor paint on paper to mixed water-media on aqua or clay-board. And, the types of water-media include transparent watercolor, gouache and acrylic.
Still, the intentions of jurying the show are the same: recognizing paintings with technical and artistic achievement.
And, one further note about WSO art shows. The fall exhibition includes only watercolor works on paper. You can see, then, how it contrasts with the spring experimental show.
Photos By Liz Walker.
I’d like to give you some background regarding the photos. To explain, most are from fellow Oregon artist, Ms. Liz Walker. Thank you Liz for permission to use your photos!
Included are her photos from some of the previous stops on the traveling show’s journey. Plus, I’m adding her own award winning painting. I liked the feeling of her painting “On Solid Ground”. You see, it has a degree of mystery that I particularly enjoy!
On a personal note, I would like to extend a “thank you” to Zsuzanna Wallow, Sandy and all the WSO members responsible for this wonderful show. And, a HUGE thank you to Wallow Gallery for showing the art works!
Please Stop By!
In closing, I would like to invite you to stop by the Wallow Gallery if you are in the area! Please, go see some wonderful experimental water-media paintings by my friends and fellow Oregon fine artists! Thank you!