SEE WHERE ART LIVES ON JAN. 6 & 7 -1ST WEEKEND TOLEDO OPEN STUDIOS & GALLERIES
Toledo artists welcome visitors to explore art work and to hear the stories about creating individual one of a kind pieces when you visit Where Art Lives.
Gallery Michael Gibbons
A plein air show by Nationally recognized award winning artist Michael Gibbons of his Northwest and Southwest paintings. Featuring paintings of many geographical spots of this area and the Arizona Desert, the gallery also offers prints, art cards and mugs of many Gibbons paintings. Open from noon to 5:00pm 1st Weekend Saturday January 6 and Sunday January 7. Visit with the artist and enjoy complimentary Oregon wine and refreshments. The Old Vicarage is located at 140 NE Alder St., Toledo Art District. (541) 336 2797 email@example.com
Ivan Kelly Studio and Gallery
Ivan Kelly’s painterly focus has been on new works created after our Autumn Storms. Debris washed up from afar creates fascinating patterns in the sands of our Oregon Coast Pacific Ocean with the beachcombing gulls congregating in the hopes of catching fresh tidbits. Ivan has been a “Signature Member” of American Society of Marine Artists since 2000. Join us for light refreshments and artistic conversation at Ivan Kelly Studio-Gallery, 207 East Graham Street. For more information visit www.ivankelly.com or call (541) 336.1124. Ivan Kelly Studio & Gallery will be open Jan. 6th – Saturday, 11 – 5pm and Jan. 7th – Sunday, 12 – 5pm.
Yaquina River Museum of Art
The Museum will continue the final month of the popular Christmas show: “Promise” with Latin American & European crafts from the collection of Judith Gibbons. Experience the holidays with the exhibition’s vast array of artifacts from around the world. Take a look at the Museum’s gift shop which is now featuring hand embroidered linens, handmade jewelry by Sondra Humphrey, “Yaquina” exhibit art mugs, and greeting cards. All proceeds from the gift shop go to the Yaquina River Museum of Art. Live music both days during the Museum’s regular hours, from noon to 4:00pm, by Gabriel Salcedo. Light refreshments served by Friends of the Museum.
Frank Jones/FrancyFolk Photos & Music
On Main Street, Frank Jones will be featuring an exhibition of his signature black and white photography showing the urban life of 1980’s Portland. Frank’s eye perfectly captures the blue-collar cityscape before the rapid modernized development of Portland that we see today. See Jones’ photography and enjoy his live folk music at Francyfolk Photos and Music located at 227 S Main Street on Saturday, January 6th and Sunday, January 7th from 10AM-4PM.