Current and Upcoming Exhibits and Events
The Art Exchange: Refresh, Renew and Rotate
Drop-off: January 2nd–5th
Art Exchange: January 9th–17th
Wine & cheese reception on January 9th, from 5–7 p.m.
Where? 510 Museum & ARTspace
New Year – fresh start! Time to give away that old masterpiece stored under your bed. Art needs to be seen and appreciated! Give it a new lease on life by donating it to the The Art Exchange. Donations are tax-deductible. Get a jump on your 2015 charitable giving, and while you’re at it, pick up something new to adorn your home. Find your treasure! The Art Exchange will close January 17th at 3 pm.
Sustainability & Art
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
Located at Marylhurst University, more details to come
Featuring Gallery Without Walls artist, Lin McJunkin
Co-sponsored by the Lake Oswego Sustainability Commission
Shown right: Lin's Wy'east (Mt. Hood) Glacial
Guernica – by Pablo Picasso
(In partnership with L.O. Reads)
510 Museum & ARTspace
Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Perhaps one of Picasso’s most prominent and powerful works, Guernica remains one of the most hotly contested and debated artworks in the history of art. Join Lori Goldstein, Program Manager of Arts Council of Lake Oswego, as she explores the complexities of Guernica. Attendees will examine elements such as style, space, color and symbolism to explore multiple interpretations surrounding why the artist might have chosen to visualize war in a manner unlike any artists before him or since thereafter.
Environments: Randall David Tipton and Tom Cramer
An exhibition of paintings and carved wood reliefs
Exhibition dates: March 6 – 27
First Friday opening reception: Friday March 6 from 5 – 7 pm
Shown above, left: Randall David Tipton's Into Bryant Woods, right: Tom Cramer's Wave
Past Exhibits and Events
2014 Holiday Gallery
Join us at 510 Museum and ARTspace for our annual Holday Gallery. You'll find a wide variety of handcrafted art created by 30 local artists. There are items available in all price ranges and you're sure to find something for friends and family on your gift list.
The Gallery runs from November 21 to December 23. It's open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 am to 6 pm. A reception will be held each Friday from 5 to 7 pm.
The Holiday Gallery is free and open to the public, with free parking, at 510 Museum and ARTspace, 510 First Street in Lake Oswego. Shown above is a piece by Jim Wylder. Click here for a show postcard.
Find a Hidden Star!
Sixty signed and numbered white porcelain stars were created by ceramic artist, Dorothy Steele. They are hidden throughout Lake Oswego for people to find and bring to the Gallery during the Holiday Gallery. Star Finders will have not only a collectible star ornament, the first in an annual series, they'll also receive a customer reward at the gallery.
Check our ACLO FB page and the Holiday Gallery for daily clues and updates on the Hidden Star promotion.
Because She Cares
Presenting 24 Portraits of Women who Lead Oregon’s Non Profits
October 28–November 12, 2014
First Friday special event November 7, 5–8 pm
Above: Paula Kinney Portrait by Theresa Weil. Paper collage, 2013.
Artist Statement: My art takes inspiration from my great aunts who were first-generation Italian-Americans whose creative spirit could be seen in the beautiful garments they created using salvaged materials from their life’s work as seamstresses and tailors in New York City’s burgeoning garment district. Like them, I take pride in creating work with my hands. Although I have explored many mediums such as printmaking, acrylic, oil and reverse glass painting, it is my cut-paper collage portraiture I now enjoy and create for clients. This collage technique, which I developed, brings joy and depth to my work along with a strong color palette expressing the spontaneity and vibrancy of the human spirit.
Seven by Seven: A Colored Pencil Exhibition
September 30–October 24, 2014
First Friday reception: October 3, 5–7 pm
Tuesdays–Fridays 11–4 pm and by appointment
Teresa Allen, CPSA
Pat Averill, CPSA
Dyanne Locati, CPSA
Kay Schmidt, CPSA
CJ Worlein, CPSA
Artist demos most days
Above: art by Teresa Allen
Studio to Street: The Public Art Process
September 5–26, 2014
11 am – 4 pm Tuesdays–Fridays and by appointment.
Above left: Twist (Study Maquette) by James Ellingboe
Above right: Boundary Marker #5 by John Zylstra
Unveil Your Art! • Friday, September 5th, Millennium Plaza
A free community celebration! Meet the artists and see the new sculptures. Entertainment by The Human Statue. Food and drink available for purchase by Nicoletta's Table. Sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services and Nicoletta's Table.
Lunch with the Artist
From 11:30 am until 1 pm every Tuesday in August, join us at Nicoletta's Table in Lake Oswego to enjoy lunch with an artist. Tickets are $35 per person. more information
Art in the Garden
Dinner and art al fresco, in an elegant garden setting
Sunday, August 17
Enjoy a sumptuous Italian feast, featuring a four-course meal provided by Lake Oswego’s award-winning trattoria & marketplace: Nicoletta’s Table. Dine alfresco, in a private garden setting, surrounded by fine art and artists demonstrating their craft. Be our guest at the Farm Table for this elegant and artful garden party!
This special event is limited to forty guests only, and includes a complimentary one-year individual membership to the Arts Council. The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is a 501c3 non-profit organization. A portion of your ticket is tax-deductible. Tickets $100
Presented by Shari Newman, owner of Nicoletta’s Table
and your host, Liane Cabot, Catering Manager
Art in the Gallery
Gallery 510 Museum & ARTspace presents Plein Air: A Chronicle of Lake Oswego. The exhibit runs through July 31. It is free and open to the public.
Gallery hours: Tues – Fri 11 am – 4 pm and by appointment.
The majority of the work on exhibit and for sale was created during a four-day “paint out”, held in locations throughout Lake Oswego in May, of 2014. Click here for more information and a list of participating artists. Exhibit Sponsor: Shorenstein
Plein Air: A Chronicle of Lake Oswego
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is pleased to present Plein Air: A Chronicle of Lake Oswego, May 10th & 11th and May 17th & 18th. Nationally-recognized artists have been invited to capture the springtime beauty of our city by painting outdoor scenes throughout Lake Oswego, from dawn until dusk. Artists will be located at the following sites: Luscher Farm, Millennium Park Plaza (Upper and Lower), Foothills and Roehr Parks, George Rogers Park and Lakeview Village. The public is invited to visit these locations, meet the artists and watch canvases come to life! The finished works will be exhibited at Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts June 20-22, 2014. The Exhibit is generously sponsored by Devine Color. more Information about the Exhibit
Northwest Reflections: Six Printmakers and a Potter
Dates: May 2nd-30th, 2014
Six northwest area printmakers, including John Algood, Sue Allen, Jan Fowler, Jani Holberg, Barbara Mason and Deb Neely, along with potter, Ha Austin, will exhibit their recent works at 510 Museum & ARTspace beginning May 2nd and closing May 30th. This exhibition will be open to the public each Thursday, Friday and Saturday throughout the month of May, from 11 am-4 pm and by appointment. more information
Inspired Decade: First Thursday Critique Group Show
April 4 through April 28
ART-WRITE: A Marketing Workshop for Professional Artists
Antiphony/Epiphany: Visual Responses to William Stafford
Dates: February 7 – March 21, 2014
Gallery Hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm; or by appointment (contact Lori Goldstein to schedule)
Events (free and open to the public):
At 510 Museum & ARTspace:
Meet at covered shelter in Foothills Park:
In conjunction with Oregon Reads 2014, Lake Oswego Reads 2014 and the William Stafford Centennial, we are presenting a two month-long exhibition in our 510 Museum & ARTspace, Antiphony / Epiphany: Visual Responses to William Stafford. Artist Dennis Cunningham’s linocut illustrations for Stafford’s first-time published short story, Osage Orange Tree, will be on exhibit, along with poetry broadsides loaned from the William Stafford Archive housed in the Special Collections & Archives at Lewis & Clark College. As a complement to the exhibition, cultural activities will be offered to engage the community in an exploration of the relationship between literary and visual arts.