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Mitch Freifeld (mitchellf.com) is an artist/painter originally from California. He worked for many years as a systems analyst in Silicon Valley, and now dedicates his time to painting seven days a week. He has lived in the Pacific Northwest for 22 years and lives with his delightful wife, Nancy. Mitch's oil paintings focus mainly on architecture using light and color for emphasis. His work can be seen at the Rental Sales Gallery at the Portland Art Museum, the Freed Gallery in Lincoln City, OR, and online at the UGallery.com
Rachael Zur (rachaelzur.com)is a painter, born who was born in the Pacific Northwest. She uses experimental materials and bright colors in unexpected juxtapositions. Additionally, she incorporates her experience with dyslexia into her work to create energetic, movement-oriented compositions. Rachael is currently enrolled in the low-residency MFA program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), and simultaneously showing her work at Gallery 114 in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District. Rachael Zur's upcoming show "Chimeras and Underdogs" will be displayed Thursday December 7 - Saturday, December 30th at Gallery 114. Located at 1100 NW Glisan Street. Portland, OR 97209, the hours are Thursday-Sunday 11AM - 6PM. She'll have an artist talk on Saturday, December 9th from 1-2 PM, and then another talk - for children - on Sunday, December 17th from 1-2PM.
Amy Ruedinger (amyruedinger.com) is a multi-media artist who is currently working in metals, specifically copper to create whimsical vessels and bowls. She inscribes onto these forms, uses old printmaking plates and adds details like bumps and horse hair to complete her forms. Amy is originally from Osh Kosh, Wisconsin, and has lived in the Northwest for over 16 years. Be sure to check out her work Sat/Sun, November 4th & 5th,2017 at the World Forestry Center, for the Sitka Center's annual artist invitational.
Gabe Fernandez (gabefernandez.com) is an artist/painter from the Pacific Northwest. Many of his paintings include subject matter, such as Mid-century Modern chairs and architecture. Lit with a single strong light source they evoke a feeling of nostalgia and calm. Gabe is represented by the Guardino Gallery in Portland, Oregon, the Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle, Washington, and Woodman/Shimko Gallery in Palm Springs, California. Be sure to check out Gabe's upcoming exhibitions: December 2017: Inside the Project Space at the Russo/Lee Gallery in Portland, Oregon. 805 NW 21st Avenue, Portland, OR 97210. February 2018: A solo show at the Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle, WA. 318 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104.
Tamara English is a painter who has resided in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years. Her paintings incorporate botanical subject matter through her connection with the divine. Her work is represented in galleries both in the US and abroad. NOTE: Tamara would like you to know about a group show in which she is participating, in addition to the one discussed in the podcast. Seattle Art Museum Northwest Artists Gallery. Group show. Opens January 10, with an Opening Reception January 11. Exhibition will be up through February 11. A group show featuring some of the newer artists at the Sales and Rental Gallery at the Seattle Art Museum. Hours are as follows: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 am - 5 pm, Thursday, 10 am - 9 pm. Address for Seattle Art Museum is 1300 First Avenue in Seattle.
Matt Cosby is an artist/painter from the Pacific Northwest whose work involves varied subject matter. He is interested in geometric forms which create the appearance of movement through spacing, pattern and color. Matt shows his work at the Augen Gallery in Portland, Oregon. You can view his work at his website: mattcosbyart.com
Sharon Bronzan is an artist/painter, and a longtime Oregon resident whose work evokes myth, folklore, and religious iconography. Her paintings often tell a story through the use of the portrait. Sharon received her MFA from the University of Oregon, taught for 27 years at Portland Community College in the Art Department (Sylvania campus), and is currently represented by the Augen Gallery in Portland, Oregon.