March 10 -25, Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday, 1 – 4 pm daily (excluding holidays), firstname.lastname@example.org
13 of my paintings can be seen Monday – Friday, 8am – 7pm through May 21, 2019.
The Sunnyside Health and Wellness Center Gallery is located just north of Sunnyside Road and east of I-205, with mall entry off Stevens Rd in the Clock Tower Bldg.
To view the gallery enter Clock Tower building from front door or back, and go to Suite 200 in the middle of the corridor. Parking all around the Center.
I am preparing my paintings and prints for exhibit at the Chapel Theater, 4107 SE Harrison St. in Milwaukie, OR. The exhibit will be available for viewing before and during performances through January 31.
“Milwaukie’s Chapel Theatre opened in February; it’s a small, versatile playhouse in a refurbished church building. Seating is of the folding chair variety, but the bathrooms are all-gender and it has a pizza place in its basement called Secret Pizza Society, which specializes in pizza gyros that they call “pyros” “
Suzette Smith, Portland Mercury, 11/22
I will be showing about a dozen paintings at the Chapel Theatre Collective on SE Harrison St. in Milwaukie, OR, for a couple months with the opening reception on December 9, 12:30 – 3pm. The exhibit will be available for viewing before and during performances through January 31.
Click here for more info: Richard Gaffield show page.
These two will be making a debut.
My new paintings and prints will be showing at the Three Rivers Artists Guild Gallery in the Singer Hill Cafe, 613 7th Ave, August 28 – October 26. Gallery hours: 9:30 – 4:00 pm. Artist reception September 16, 1-3pm.
May 3 thru August 1 six of my paintings are shown at the Public Services Bldg Social Services gallery, 2061 Kaen Rd. off Beavercreek Road in Oregon City.
Beginning May 3 thru August 7 six of my paintings will be shown at the Public Services Bldg Social Services gallery, 2061 Kaen Rd. off Beavercreek Road in Oregon City.
“Richard Gaffield’s mixed media paintings take us to timeless rural country settings. Wire fences wrestle with sage brush in one open scene, while a flowering pink tree celebrates spring in another. Like favorite passages of oft-told stories, they take us back to another time and place.”
The paintings are on the 2nd floor of the Oregon City Community Development Building at 221 Molalla Ave for three months and then at Citizens Bank, 19245 Molalla Ave until the end of June.