Albany Civic Theater has uploaded a video to YouTube of an interview with Gallery Calapooia artist, Nancy Anderson. Nancy is currently showing her calligraphy and cut paper artwork at ACT during its performances of Annie (http://albanycivic.org/17-18-Annie.htm). Nancy is also displaying her artwork at Sybaris Restaurant during May.
Dee Brausch is a photographer who specializes in hard to find scenes of amazing natural beauty.
Daniel Bourdet, Gallery Calapooia’s Guest Artist for January, is now the newest artist member at the gallery. Stop by until Saturday (Jan. 28) to see Dan’s large guest artist display.
Just in time for the holidays, the Gallery Calapooia tote bag is available for purchase in the gallery. All profits from the sale of every bag will go to a special fund established by Gallery Calapooia to provide public art in Albany. Only 100 tote bags have been created for now, so get your own GC tote bag before they’re all gone! You KNOW you need one!
A big Thank You to No Dinx for printing the tote bags!
Here’s an article in today’s Democrat Herald about the Tote Bag and public art project.
November’s featured artists are Mary Lou Boydston with finely crafted jewelry and Dennis Johanson with his attractive variety of earthenware and porcelain pottery. Join Mary Lou, Dennis, and other Gallery Calapooia artists for the First Friday reception on November 4 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.
Dendritic Opal and Silver Pendant and Blue Agate and Silver Earrings
by Mary Lou Boydston
A Wide Variety of Pottery by Dennis Johanson
Join us at Gallery Calapooia tonight, Friday, August 5 from 6 – 8 pm for an artist reception featuring GC artist, Linda Herd, and guest artists, Luciana Proaño and José Fernando García.
Linda has lots of new creative jewelry, Luciana is showing dazzling kiln formed glass and José has rich, eye-catching pastel paintings.
Come meet the artists, see their artwork, and join in the fun!
Take a look at the amazing 3D Virtual Tours made by Lynn Powers’ son, Ben, and his company, Visiting Media. Included are views of the Lynn Powers’ Retrospective Exhibits at Albany City Hall and Gallery Calapooia and Lynn Powers’ Studio and Home. To view the tours, click on the arrow to start, then click inside the image to jump into the 3D virtual space.
Read today’s great article about Lynn and the retrospective shows and receptions in the Albany Democrat Herald.