ACLO and The Wetlands Conservatory Present Beaver Tales
Apr
7
Apr 28

ACLO and The Wetlands Conservatory Present Beaver Tales

To celebrate International Beaver Day, April 7th,  the Arts Council of Lake Oswego is teaming up with The Wetlands Conservancy, the only organization in Oregon dedicated to promoting partnerships to permanently protect and conserve Oregon wetlands, to launch the second annual exhibit of beaver-themed art.

The beaver is Oregon’s beloved state animal and the exhibit includes artwork of all kinds:  paintings, mixed media, fiber, ceramic, glass, stone, bronze, wood and other materials.  Pieces will focus on images of beavers alone, or in natural stream or wetland habitat.  There are approximately 100 artists participating in this traveling show that will tour throughout the state of Oregon. Along with the month long exhibition, there will be workshops, tours, and other activities around the city of Lake Oswego.  The purpose of the project is to highlight the aesthetic, ecological and cultural significance of the beaver. This exhibit will display original juried art as well as prints, cards, and other merchandise with beaver/wetland images, all benefiting The Wetland Conservancy and the Arts Council.  

April gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 to 4 p.m., and by appointment.

Painting featured is by Mary Burgess - "Alder Nosh" - Watercolor

 

 

Beaver Tales Art & Storytime
Apr
27
10:00 am10:00

Beaver Tales Art & Storytime

April 27—10:00 a.m.

Art & Storytime Featuring Beavers      

Authors Margo and Gerry Greeve

@ 510 Museum & ARTspace

510 1st Street Lake Oswego, OR

Drop In Format—Free and open to the public

 

Earth, Glaze & Fire: A Ceramics Exhibition
May
5
Jun 10

Earth, Glaze & Fire: A Ceramics Exhibition

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is excited to present Earth Glaze & Fire: A Ceramics Exhibit, beginning, May 5th through June 10th at 510 Museum & ARTspace. 

The exhibit offers a range of exciting examples in sculptural and functional clay work, focusing on different finishing methods, including electric and wood firing, oxidation, soda firing, and how each of these methods yield a different result.  Viewers will be taken through the process from raw clay to finished product, and how changing a variable can produce wildly different results.  The same clay and glazing coupled with different firing temperatures or techniques can make pieces look completely unrelated.  The contrasts give the viewer greater insight into the dynamics of the process, as well as a chance for the maker to refine what they like best in the ceramic spectrum.

Exhibition artists Ha Austin, Melanie Bjorge, Jean Teitelman, and Jenny Watson bring their hand-crafted techniques working with clay, glaze and firing to this multi-faceted exhibition.  Each has a different style which brings a unique display of texture, color, and tactile experience.  Part of the exhibition will incorporate an educational component outlining the different ceramic processes, plus artist lectures, panel presentations, children’s activities, artist demos, and workshops. 

Arts Council Executive Director, Nicole Nathan remarks: “We’re excited to show how the ceramics process can be turned inside out, and bring visitors into that experience. With added programs, demos, and artist talks we can provide a rich artistic experience for visitors of all ages.”

Earth Glaze & Fire is a collection of work that is unparalleled breadth and quality.  The artists will present items ranging from functional everyday homeware to figurative sculptures, and traditional to contemporary pieces.  Items will be available for sale. 

Join us for looking at the versatility of clay and its limitless possibilities.  A First Friday opening reception will be held on May 5th from 5 to 7 p.m.

May gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday 11 to 4 p.m., Saturday 10 to 2 p.m., and by appointment.

 


Beaver Tales - Celebration of Earth Day
Apr
22
11:00 am11:00

Beaver Tales - Celebration of Earth Day

April 22—11 to 2 p.m.

Earth Day                                      

@ 510 Museum and ARTspace

510 1st Street Lake Oswego, OR

Join ACLO in celebration of Earth Day

Art making will be done with recycled materials

 

Beaver Tales First Friday
Apr
7
5:00 pm17:00

Beaver Tales First Friday

April 7— 5 to 7 p.m.

Beaver Tales “First Friday”          

@ 510 Museum and ARTspace 

 510 1st Street Lake Oswego, OR

 

Creating Visual Energy with Amazing Doodles Led by George D. Green
Mar
29
10:30 am10:30

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

The event will take place on March 29th.  The arts council invites the community’s young adults and children to participate.  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 fished product, children’s minds will be opened. 

Two Sessions:

Ages 8 to 12 - 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. - Click here to be directed to Eventbrite sign up

Ages 13 to 18 - 1 to 2:30 p.m. - Click here to be directed to Eventbrite sign up

Cost is $15 for each participant.  There is limited seating for each session.

 Location:  Museum & ARTspace located at 510 1st Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034.  

ACLO Presents George D. Green: Visual Magic-Robust Exuberance to Contemplative Revelation, 1982-2016
Mar
3
Mar 31

ACLO Presents George D. Green: 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 his first and only exhibition. 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 72 museums.  After a 30-year tenure in NYC, George is thrilled to have his work on display in Lake Oswego.  

March gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday 11 to 4 p.m., Saturday 10 to 2 p.m., and by appointment.

 

ACLO in Partnership with LO Reads Present a Special Art Exhibit Featuring Greg Marshall and His Astro-Photo Prints
Feb
3
Feb 24

ACLO in Partnership with LO Reads Present a Special Art Exhibit Featuring Greg Marshall and His Astro-Photo Prints

This exciting visual arts exhibition, in coordination with the City of Lake Oswego LO Reads Program, features the novel Rise of the Rocket Girls: The Women Who Propelled Us, from Missiles to the Moon to Mars by Nathalia Holt.  This riveting, true story of the women who launched America into space during the 1940s and 50s inspired the space themed exhibition.  Artist Greg Marshall will feature his Astro-photography prints at 510 Museum & ARTspace for the month of February, along with work from members of the Rose City Astronomers.

Marshall, a retired electronics engineer, brings his astronomy hobby to life with his photography.  Photos will be for sale throughout the exhibition.

Rose City Astronomers Special Program – Wednesday, February 22 @ 7 p.m.

Come and enjoy an evening with Rose City Astronomers members, Dr. Katherine Kornei and Greg Marshall.  Dr. Kornei who holds a B.S. in astrophysics, and an M.S. and a Ph.D. in astronomy, will give a brief introduction including an audience participation exercise.  Greg Marshall will share his amazing Astro-photographs and describe how he captures and processes these images.

February gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday 11 to 4 p.m., and by appointment.

2016 Community Treasure Hunt!
Dec
1
Dec 23

2016 Community Treasure Hunt!

The Community Treasure Hunt begins today: SIXTY ornaments are hidden throughout the City of Lake Oswego for the third community treasure hunt. The 3" porcelain trees are hidden in city parks, within Gallery Without Walls sculptures and in participating Lake Oswego businesses. Each tree, created by artist Dorothy Steele, is signed, dated and numbered.

The ornaments are the finders to keep. When found, the ornament may be taken to the Holiday Gallery at 510 Museum & ARTspace (510 First Street) to receive a 10% discount off the finder's total purchase that day. This offer is valid between December 1-23, 2016.

Arts Council of Lake Oswego Annual Meeting
Nov
30
6:00 pm18:00

Arts Council of Lake Oswego Annual Meeting

  • Arts Council of Lake Oswego

Members of the Arts Council in good standing are invited to attend an Annual Meeting alongside the Arts Council Board of Directors and Staff to learn more about the organization. The Arts Council will provide information highlighting special achievements in 2016 as well as a synopsis of what we do for the community each day.

After the meeting, members are invited to shop at the Holiday Gallery in 510 Museum & ARTspace and will receive a 20% discount on art purchased this evening.

Contact the Arts Council if you are unsure of your membership status.

Holiday Gallery
Nov
22
Dec 23

Holiday Gallery

Holiday Gallery 2016
November 22 - December 23, 2016
510 Museum & ARTspace: 510 First Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is excited to present the annual Holiday Gallery. The exhibition opens on November 22nd and runs through December 23rd with receptions and demonstrations from participating artists every Friday from 5 – 7 PM. You’ll find a wide variety of handcrafted art created by thirty local artists. Don’t miss your perfect chance to find artful gifts for your friends and family for the holidays!

Carved by Nature, Sculpted by Hand
Nov
4
Nov 19

Carved by Nature, Sculpted by Hand

  • Arts Council of Lake Oswego

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is pleased to present the work of Larry Olson and Dave Haslett in the upcoming exhibition, Carved by Nature, Sculpted by Hand, curated by Jan Rimerman. Inspired by the natural world, Olson, a photographer, and Haslett, a stone sculptor, come together to exhibit work that reminds of the beauty of our surroundings and the necessity to protect our environment.

The exhibition opens with a First Friday on November 4th from 5-7 PM and continues through November 19th. This exhibition is free and open to the public.

When: November 4 - 19, 2016
The 510 Museum & ARTspace is open Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm. 

Where: 510 Museum & ARTspace
510 1st St. Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Rudolph B. Stevens Exhibition at Johnstone Financial Advisors
Oct
10
Dec 22

Rudolph B. Stevens Exhibition at Johnstone Financial Advisors

  • Johnstone Financial Advisors

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego is pleased to present the work of Rudolph B. Stevens at Johnstone Financial Advisors located at 334 3rd Street in Lake Oswego.

The exhibition will be on display October 10 - December 22, 2016 during business hours and by appointment.

"I try to capture in my painting the moment in time when the elements of light sing out to be painted." - Rudolph B. Stevens

When: October 10 - December 22, 2016

Where: Johnstone Financial Advisors - 334 3rd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Plein Air Lake Oswego
Oct
7
5:00 pm17:00

Plein Air Lake Oswego

  • Arts Council of Lake Oswego

The culmination of all of the art that was created in late September during Plein Air Lake Oswego is now on display in the 510 Museum and ARTspace! 

Join us for the opening reception on Friday, October 7th, 5-7pm. 
Where: 510 Museum and ARTspace. 
510 1st St. Lake Oswego, OR 97034

The show will be on exhibition October 7th-28th. 

Art in the Garden
Sep
25
5:00 pm17:00

Art in the Garden

  • Luscher Farm

Join the Arts Council of Lake Oswego for this year's Art in the Garden held at the historic Luscher Farm.
Get your tickets today! 

Purchase tickets here

Enjoy a wine reception, festive music, and a sumptuous five-course Italian feast by Nicoletta's Table with the sweet scent of the season lingering in the air. The culmination of our annual Plein Air paint out, attendees will have the exclusive opportunity to commune with a select number of participating artists and enjoy a convivial and festive evening in a farm setting—all in support of art in Lake Oswego.

Sunday, September 25th, 5-8pm.

Limited Tickets are available.
Reserve your place at the table today.

Tickets are $85 per person.

If you have questions please call us at (503) 534-5708.
A portion of your ticket is tax deductible.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Unveil Your Art!
Aug
21
11:30 am11:30

Unveil Your Art!

SAVE THE DATE! Unveil Your Art!

Sunday, August 21st at 11:30 am

Millennium Plaza Park

Meet the Artists! Entertainment will be provided. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Join the artists and docents for a tour of the 15 newly unveiled outdoor sculptures. More information soon!