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"A mysterious beauty resonates through these paintings instilling dark reverence. David's contrasting use of deep shadows and warm light appeals to our subconscious with the flavor of ancient folk tales" FireHouse Gallery, 2008 Rogue Community College. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Gallery Exhibits - Attic Gallery
http//www.atticgallery.com/GalleryExhibits.html
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Exhibits change monthly at the Attic Gallery
May 3 - June 2, 2012 David Lewis, Mon. through Sat. 10 am to 530 pm
David Carmack Lewis 206 SW First Ave.
DAVID CARMACK LEWIS paints oil paintings on canvas depicting intriguing, unusual and ordinary scenes from neighborhood life. Glowing fires, crows, people, animals, structures, and train stations often appear in his paintings. He wants you to create a story that inspires you by viewing his paintings. His career began as an illustrator, and he has never given up on narrative image making. Originally from Virginia, David has resided in Portland, Oregon since 2001. He earned his BFA at the Virginia Commonwealth University and also studied in Cardiff, Wales, UK.
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A mysterious beauty resonates through these
paintings instilling dark reverence. David's
contrasting use of deep shadows and warm light
appeals to our subconscious with the flavor of
ancient folk tales" FireHouse Gallery, 2008 Rogue
Community College. David features new work
created this year at Playa Summer Lake Residency
Program in Eastern Oregon. By exploring the
limited spectrums of various light sources and
how they compete with the darkness, David reveals
a new dramatic tableau of narrative potential,
encouraging the viewer to engage with his new
work.
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May 2 - June 2, 2012, Mon. through Sat., 10 to 530 pm
George Hamilton, 206 SW First Ave., between SW Oak and SW Pine on the Max line
George Hamilton, born in 1934 in Pittsfield, MA, attended the Chounard Art Institute in Los Angeles, California. As a young man, George spent five years studying art and calligraphy in Japan and upon returning he was an instructor to many Oregon artists, including Arne Westerman. George has painted landscapes, seascapes, farm scenes and now his speciality centers around sophisticated ladies painted with imaginative use of color, design, and sumptuous forms while they reside in intriguing settings.
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April 5 - 28, 2012 Melissa Cole, Mon. through Sat., 10 to 530 pm
Melissa Cole Paintings at 206 SW First Ave. between SW Oak and SW Pine
Melissa, a world traveler with her husband, Brandon, who is an underwater photographer, spends much time snorkeling the underwater world. There she finds inspiration from the salmon, manatees, sperm whales, dolphins, and tiger sharks that she paints using vivid colors, heavily textured with her use of ethnic patterns. Last summer she had a summer long exhibit at the Seattle, Washington Aquarium, worked on her 24' x 22' commission,"Riverdance", for the Spokane, Washington Convention Center, and went to Delhi, India for a solo exhibit in January at the Farrago Gallery.
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