Sue Allen is a print maker with a focus on screenprinting. Artistic directions range from nature and organic order, to abstraction and geometry, and veers repeatedly toward the Japanese aesthetic and beauty. Other interests include photography and book arts. Her cards, original limited-edition screen prints, photographs, and book arts, are distinguished, refined, elegant, and unusual. Over the years she has exhibited widely, has done many shows… Read more
Katherine D. McDowell is a versatile visual artist currently focusing on monotype printmaking – handmade, one-of-a-kind prints made by applying ink to a plate and running it through a hand-cranked press with high-quality printmaking paper. Her current series of over 400 prints, “Lake Monotypes”, has been widely shown and purchased since its inception in 2008. Prints from the “Lake Monotype”… Read more
In conjunction with the Portland Art Museum’s Fine Print Fair, we will be featuring works on paper here in the gallery for our 3rd annual Print Sale. In honor of these two fabulous events, we are highlighting this beautiful and varied medium. These digital representations are no substitute for the real thing of course, and if you come in for the… Read more
The first leaves of spring bring vibrant greenery; the last leaves of fall bring graceful branches. Naked branches can be equally beautiful and dramatic and our artists make countless statements with and about them, stretching across media. Winter branches are cherished, until they are replaced with rebirth.
The color palette of the natural world is always changing. This fluctuation from green and purple to orange and red is quite the display, and I look forward to it every year. Many of the artists at RSG are quite taken with this time of year too, which is evident in their autumnal pieces.