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As you explore offerings in the art world at the monthly First Thursday Art Walk, be sure to swing by the Portland Center for Performing Arts where you will see a sampling of work by the artists that participated in the 2010 Portland Open Studios Tour. On view until March 31st.
The PCPA Gallery hosts quarterly art exhibits designed to integrate the work of Portland artists, galleries, organizations and curators into PCPA’s prominent venues. The series is coordinated by members of the PCPA Advisory Committee, a citizen committee appointed by the City of Portland that provides advocacy and counsel for the PCPA.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Portland Open Studios” says PCPA Executive Director, Robyn Williams, “the show offers the unique opportunity for many people who visited the open studios to see the finished products that were still in their infancy during the tour.”
Here are some images from last month’s First Thursday reception on February 3rd. Media and materials used include: acrylic, aquatint, bamboo, ceramics, charcoal, collage, copper etching, encaustic, fabric, glitter, gold leaf, gouache, graphite, ink, oil, pastel, photographs, porcelain, produce bags, steel, thread, Tyvek, watercolor, wire, wood, and woodcut prints.
We also thoroughly enjoyed the ambient sound of Deklun and Pace. Thank you so much for providing aural accompaniment to the lovely evening.
Portland Open Studios: A Survey of the 2010 Artists is on view through March 31st. For more information, the public is invited to call 503.248.4335 or visit www.pcpa.com