Road Trip! Up the Columbia River Gorge to Visit Artists Dennis Hartley and Ted Olson, a Serene Zen Abbey, and Beautiful Maryhill Museum On a recent Friday afternoon, Jennifer Zika, manager of PAM’s Rental Sales Gallery, and three gallery volunteers: myself, Lynn Harper, and Jan Kessler, loaded kit and caboodle into my car and headed east. With Friday afternoon traffic,… Read more
If you couldn’t join us on August 25th for opening night of The Staff Show, you missed out on a fabulous evening! We had an amazing time connecting with the Portland Art Museum’s staff, as well as friends, family and fellow art lovers. But don’t fret. If you missed out there is still a chance for you to meet the… Read more
It takes a lot of people to make The Portland Art Museum run. There are many moving parts, and everyone involved, whether they’re installing the next show or handing you a ticket, is dedicated to the cause. Many of these people are artists themselves, moonlighting as security guards and baristas. In honor of everyone’s efforts, we will be featuring their… Read more
Living in the city is great. You have easy access to art, culture and good food. However, urban environments can take their toll, and after awhile one feels the pull of the great out doors. Spending the day among the trees, walking slowly and breathing deeply, can do wonders for the nervous system.
These hot days can be grueling, but there is nothing better than a warm summer night. For those of you struggling in the heat, may these works of art evoke sweet breezes, and remind you of the relief that awaits once the sun goes down.