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Mourning the loss of member, Karen Friedstrom

Karen’s death has been difficult for all of us at APG. She was a vital part of the gallery, having been a part of it since 2013 with a brief time away. She wore several hats, among which was the events chair. She enjoyed working with the Beaumont Middle School to coordinate fundraising and fostering arts in the community. Her upcycled art, Tinkerware, was whimsical and brought joy to so many people. We all miss her very much.

New This Month

Read our January Newsletter

Meet The Artist Month
This month in our Annex, we feature a different artist each week, culminating with a Meet The Artist session on Saturdays from 12–3pm.
Carlyne Lynch, Glass Artist: January 1–8. Featured all week. Saturday, January 8 from 12–3, Carlyne will be in the gallery to speak about her process using a torch and vitrigraph kiln to create her glass paintings and 3-d work.
Ammi Brooks, Textile Artist and Michelle Purvis, Painter: January 9–15. Featured all week. Saturday January 15th from 12–3, Ammi will demonstrate her felting process, and Michelle will show how she sews trees into her canvas.
Mark Clifford, Photographer: January 16–22. Featured all week. Saturday, January 22 from 12–3, Mark will talk about his work as a photographer and craftsman; all of his wooden frames are handmade.
David Friedman, Papercut Artist: January 22–31. Featured all week. Saturday, January 31 from 12–3pm, David will be at the gallery to demo his process in cut paper. See how his intricate images are created.

Featured in our January Window
Erskine Wood, Photographer:
His travels all over Oregon have resulted in majestic images of the hidden and iconic gems of our region.
Ann Johnson, Enamel Jewelry Artist: Her vibrant jewelry is created by adhering powdered glass to metal, shaped with heat, forming stunning wearable art.
Jason Winslow, Steampunk Upcycler: Pipes, glass bottles and strings of tiny colored lights come together to form Beings that look like they could walk off the shelf. These lighted sculptures make unique conversation pieces and functional night lights.



About Artistic Portland Gallery

We are a co-op of 20+ diverse artists who seek to capture the creative spirit of Portland with all its quirks and beauty. With a wide variety of styles, we offer fine art and handcrafted goods for locals and visitors alike. The store is stocked and staffed entirely by our members.

Visit our new Portland location, 4110 NE Fremont Street, in the heart of the Beaumont neighborhood, or browse online for in-store pickup. (For shipping, please contact individual artists directly.) We are constantly adding new artists and new work so you can keep finding new treasures with every visit!