Thank U, Next—27 Series
October 18, 2019 – November 16, 2019
'Thank U, Next—27 Series' features prints created in 2019, Rachael Dodgson’s 27th year, which explore new techniques of combining the (often opposing) printmaking methods of screenprint and lithograph.
Yael Brotman, Karen Curry, Liz Parkinson, Snaige Sileika and M.J. Steenberg
Group Show: Where I’m at Now
September 13, 2019 – October 12, 2019
A collection of ‘postcards’ reflecting an ongoing conversation about the experience of place - physical and psychic - by artists Yael Brotman, Karen Curry, Liz Parkinson, Snaige Sileika and M.J. Steenberg, colloquially called the Gibson Girls.
Tara Cooper, Rachael Dodgson, Dana Tosic, Ann Unger and Amy Uyeda
July 26, 2019 – September 7, 2019
June 21, 2019 – July 20, 2019
Open Up is a collection of screenprints that tell stories of Victoria Day’s experiences with anxiety, depression, motivation and mental health.
May 17, 2019 – June 15, 2019
Passage is a recent body of work by Laura Bydlowska which examines how strata intersect to create or limit access within a fictional landscape.
Members’ Ink 2019
May 3, 2019 – May 9, 2019
Members’ Ink is a silent auction in support of Open Studio’s programming, including exhibitions, education, and professional development and studio access for artists.
Monarchs, Mexico and Milkweed
March 22, 2019 – April 20, 2019
Monarchs, Mexico and Milkweed is Liz Menard’s exploration of connections between an Artist Residency in Oregon’s high desert, a journey to Mexico to see Monarchs in their winter habitat and Milkweed - an important native species.
February 15, 2019 – March 16, 2019
Fatima Garzan’s multidisciplinary art practice includes painting, printmaking, and site-specific installation. Garzan combines decorative and geometric patterns found in Persian art and modifies them towards abstraction.
Beyond Statistics: The Artifacts of Inflation
January 11, 2019 – February 9, 2019
Beyond Statistics: The Artifacts of Inflation continues Heather Thomson’s visual and historical research into Papiermarks, the notoriously volatile currency used in Germany following World War I.