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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St • Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St • Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 • Eugene OR 97440
Discover gallery enclaves along the McKenzie River and in Eugene, home to many internationally-acclaimed artists. Tour private home studios by appointment or larger community art centers, and select one-of-kind pieces for your private collection. Glass blowing, textiles, oils, sculpture and wood carving are popular mediums.
In August, artists flock to Eugene for art immersion with Create!Eugene workshops, plein air painting and special shows.
Non-profit center for visual arts holds classes for children and adults, ongoing members' shows, monthly special exhibits featuring regional artists and groups, the National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition and the annual Springfield Mayor's Art Show, open to all.
Visit and enjoy art in an historic church in Eugene. Ten exhibits annually. Year-round art classes for children, teens, and adults offered. Every 4th of July weekend, an art and wine festival, Art and the Vineyard, is presented at Alton Baker Park in Eugene.
Classic figurative sculptures expressing modern day themes. Created in marble, bronze, stone and glass, these timeless romantic treasures have gained an international following. Mike Leckie’s work is displayed at the Leslie Lohman Gallery in New York. Locally, “The Reading Girl” graces the Albany Public Library. Or see his sports carvings and castings at special exhibits and events in conjunction with the 2012 Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene. Mike Leckie's bas relief pieces are popularly commissioned for corporate awards, sports trophies and charity gifts.
There’s a special opportunity for those wanting a hands-on experience and chance to fulfill their curiosity for glass art. By appointment, Riverwood Glass Studio will provide an experienced glass artist to assist you in creating your own glass work! Let Riverwood enhance your knowledge and stimulate a passion for this intricate and creative art expression. Glass art collectors should consider scheduling an appointment to view the latest finished art works on display and discuss commissioning the creation of unique and specific art designs for your home or business.
Adept in the Northwest art scene, artist and print maker Robert Canaga is the go-to-guy for art consultation. With a network of regional and national artists, an in-depth personal art collection, and his own creative flair, Canaga manages everything from fine art appraisals to large scale corporate art selection. As a wine blogger, ardent supporter of the Oregon Mozart Players and former gallery owner, Canaga brings a versatile and well rounded approach to art curation, art trend analysis and thematic art selection.
Inspired by nature, potter Ken Standhardt throws unique clay vessels, bowls and vases marking each with intricate patterns reminiscent in pinecones, ferns, sunflowers and woven baskets. His tool kit is simple: a "church key" kitchen opener and a ballpoint pen for creating precise indentations into the semi-dry clay. Fired, stained and glazed for dishwasher, microwave and oven safety, his work can be practical as well as beautiful. Ken has a home studio and gallery in Southeast Eugene which is open by appointment. His collections are on display from Washington D.C. to Bangkok, Thailand.
Experience the excitement of hot glass in motion. Studio West showcases internationally acclaimed contemporary artworks and live glassblowing. Blow your own ornament, float or bowl. Watch the resident artists create. Demonstrations viewable from the main gallery floor Fridays from 5-8 p.m. and by appointment. Lessons by appointment.
Let the light shine through! A rainbow collection of suncatchers, mobiles and mosaic picture frames are on display in McKenzie Bridge on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. or by appointment. Visit the artist's studio and learn about glass fusing.
A contemporary art gallery emphasizing art education. Currently showcasing the following artists: Lillian Almeida, Robert Canaga, Jill Cardinal, Kirk Lybecker, Renee Manford, RandyOrtiz, Michael Orwick, Sarah Sedwick, Angelita Surmon, Randall David Tipton, and Jeff White. Art history lectures presented periodically by University of Oregon, Lane Community College and others. Located next to Rye restaurant in Eugene.
Unique, three dimensional, stained glass created in the cold glass method. Made with lead and foil and solder. Designs include frogs, hummingbirds, butterflies, flowers, angels and others. They are made to hang in a window or outdoors in a garden; there are table top pieces and garden stakes. Some pieces are mounted on drift wood.
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