The Arts Council of Lake Oswego

works to ensure the arts are

an integral part of life in our community


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The Eccentric Beauty 72" x 108" Acrylic, Wood, Canvas 1988

The Eccentric Beauty 72" x 108" Acrylic, Wood, Canvas 1988

March 3 – 31

Visual Magic - Robust Exuberance to Contemplative Revelation, 1982-2016

The work of George D. Green, renowned abstract illusionist artist will be in Lake Oswego for the month of March at 510 Museum & ARTspace. Green is a fifth generation Oregonian and a founding member of Abstract Illusionists.  He has had 160 national and international exhibitions and his work is represented in 71 museums.  After a 30-year tenure in NYC, George is thrilled to have his work on display in Lake Oswego. 

 

March 29

Creating Visual Energy with Amazing Doodles Led By George D. Green

The Arts Council invites the community’s young adults and children to participate and “doodle” with renowned artist, George D. Green.  Mr. Green has always believed that it is critical to expose young people to the act of creating art.  By providing them with an opportunity where they can view the process, as well as see and understand the finished product, children’s minds will be opened. 

Ages 8 to 12 - 10:30 to 12 p.m.  Click here to register

Ages 13 to 18 - 1 to 2:30 p.m.  Click here to register

Cost is $15 per participant and there is limited seating for each age group.


COMING NEXT MONTH:

April 7 - 28

Beaver Tales  

To celebrate International Beaver Day, and Oregon’s beloved state animal, this month long exhibit includes artwork of all kinds, from paintings to fiber, and wood to ceramics. Come check out the great work of regional and local artists. Along with the exhibition, there will be other exciting activities around the city of Lake Oswego. More to come on event pages!



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