- "Art Enhancing Community"
- Jacksonville Art Center & Gallery
- 206 North 5th Street
- Anne Brooke Hawkins
- Phone: 541.899.3759
A group of artists dedicated to promoting the presence of locally created art at each public event held in Jacksonville. Come see the art of our talented member artists at our new gallery space - the Jacksonville Art Center! Our dues are very reasonable for the well-attended exhibition opportunities you will receive as a member artist!
- Contact: Lynda Haghan
- Phone: 541.779.7065
The Artists Workshop is a group of over thirty Rogue Valley Artists that meet every Monday to paint at an outdoor location, weather permitting, and indoors to paint models during the Winter months. These artists paint and draw in all media: charcoal, watercolor, oil, acrylic and pastel. The group conducts an annual show and sale in late August; 2011 marks their 27th exhibit. Please contact Lynda Haghan if you are interested in participating in painting sessions or joining the Workshop.
Ashland Art Center is an artists' support hub that fills its 9000 square feet to the brim with two fine art galleries, 19 private artist's studios, a Cooperative Clay Studio, Central Art Supply satellite store, Rowan Design and a Community Classroom for classes and meetings. Come visit and be inspired, pick up an amazing gift or join the Artist Member family. Open 7 days a week, 10-6pm.
The Ashland Gallery Association is a collection of over thirty galleries and dozens of artists, offering remarkably diverse and high quality works of art.
Our hometown of Ashland has been designated as one of the “Best Small Arts Towns in America.” And while our most famous arts organization is the award winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival, you really haven't seen Ashland until you've seen the Ashland Galleries.
Briscoe ArtWing is home to the Lithia Arts Guild
, 15 artists, musicians and educators and their studios, and hosts several yearly events
. Exploring the creative process in community, we partner with regional artists and the Lithia Artisans Market to contribute funds to the Ashland School District and provide meaningful programs for students from K-12.
Quilt image by David Gibb ©2010
- Mountain Stars Quilters Guild
- Meetings every Wed & Thurs, 9-12
- Jacksonville Community Center
- 160 East Main, Jacksonville
- Contact: Nell Mathern
- Phone: 541.941.2463
Our guild is part of a larger regional group, Mountain Stars Quilters Guild
. Guests are welcome to join us-we specialize in fine appliqué and hand quilting, but all techniques are used and shared in our friendly meetings. We share our collection of quilts depicting Southern Oregon history at community events & quilt shows, and hold an Annual Quilt Show in July.
Realizing that we live in a sight and sound driven culture, Masterpiece Christian Fine Arts seeks to "go into all the world," through the means of visual art. We organize exhibits in major cities and public places of masterworks of fine art created by leading artists, both historic and present day, which convey God’s love, truth, beauty and plan for redemption. We seek to give hope to the lost, encouragement to the fellowship of Believers, and to equip emerging artists for the glory of God through workshops and conferences.
The Photographer's Gallery at The Ashland Art Center is the only one of its kind between Portland and San Francisco. Centrally located in the heart of Ashland, the Gallery features a diverse range of photographic subjects and styles including landscape,
travel, local, nature, macro, abstract, offbeat and black and white. Both framed and unframed prints in a wide variety of sizes as well as canvas images are available.
Artist members may submit three 2-D works on the last Saturday in April and October of each year to be considered for a six month group exhibition in our Members Gallery. Now artists accepted into the Members Gallery also receive a presence in the new Virtual Members Gallery at our website, with up to 3 images of their art and links to their website and social networks displayed as long as their membership remains active!
SOSA invites all two-dimensional visual artists to attend meetings held on the fourth Monday of each month, January - October at the Medford Public Library at 7:00 pm. Be early - library doors lock at 7:00 pm!
Founder Hannah West created SOAR to drive traffic to member sites, increase online visibility for our region's art community and promote its members to residents and visitors. Listings are $25/year and include syndication of your blog, posting your classes, shows and events on our online calendar
and publication of press releases at our companion blog Art Matters!
. We also offer reasonably priced advertising at Art Matters! with discounts for members. Let us promote YOU!