In his continuing series of portraits of Oregon artists, photographer K.B. Dixon profiles 11 outstanding writers.
As the scaled-back Rose Fest readies its Porch Parade, a tribute to the canceled Rose City Classic Dog Show.
In a divided nation, a photo exhibit at Blue Sky celebrates the many faces and stories of immigrant Americans.
On portraits and phrenology: Meet Phil, who’s been hanging around the house and has a lot on his mind.
Photographer K.B. Dixon takes a pandemic voyage into the rediscovered territories of home.
A Portland artist and his iPhone camera create a complex portrait of a city in flux.
Portland’s innovative photographic arts center Blue Sky Gallery rides out the pandemic.
Photographer K.B. Dixon’s Still-Life in a Time of Sequestration, Part 3: An uncommon world of common shapes.
Voices from the Front: Portland photographers reflect on their work during the pandemic. Part One.
As we isolate ourselves, photographer K.B. Dixon finds beauty in the splendid solitude of ordinary things.
As the “real” museums shut down. K.B. Dixon tours the city’s murals and discovers a free exhibit on the streets.
As other subjects retreat into solitude, K.B. Dixon shifts his camera gaze to the beauty of domestic things.
We know. It’s tough. But some Portlanders have been practicing it a long time. A look at states of solitude.
Text and Photographs by K.B. DIXON “The portrait,” said legendary photographer Arnold Newman, “is a form of biography. Its purpose is to inform now and to record for history.” It is hard to imagine a better, more succinct summation of the genre. The portraits informing and recording here are the latest in a series titled […]
A week ago Wednesday evening, the night before the official First Thursday opening at Gallery 114 of the artist-run gallery’s March show, InkBodySkinPaint+Fire, the basement space at Northwest Glisan Street and 11th Avenue was hopping. It was the pre-opening opening, insiders’ night, and the place was packed. Actor and longtime theater teacher Bob McGranahan was […]