Chehalem Cultural Center and Converge 45 respond to a year of crisis with a show of contemporary posters.
Ten portraits in black and white by K.B. Dixon of Oregon artists making their mark on the world.
The Salem museum features 13 artists in a traveling exhibit emphasizing the range of visual art.
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 […]
The world is indisputably in a precarious position — not just politically and socially, but economically and even ecologically. It is a moment of crisis. Artists play a crucial role in moments like these, helping the rest of us arrive at a shared cognition of what is — of seeing, sensing, and feeling that roil […]
By LUSI LUKOVA The Work Continues, at PCC Sylvania’s North View Gallery (the exhibition closed on Saturday), emerged from a unanimous functional depression felt by its six artists and two curators. We may easily guess the source of this unrest, even without curator Sam Hopple’s explanation that this artistic survey first took form in 2016 […]