March 10 -25, Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday, 1 – 4 pm daily (excluding holidays), firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
“Man in a Canoe, ” my latest oil, is part of a fine show honoring OSA volunteers at 2185 S.W. Park Pl, Portland. Gallery hours 1-4m, Mon thru Sat.
Photo by the very steady handed Tim Mahoney.
“i love how the pink sits on the branches begging for a conversation with the clouds drifting in the distance. the tranquil field reminds me of a childhood of travel where nature played an integral part in who i became today. i close my eyes and the beauty of solitude wraps its cloak around me and i am still. i can taste the pancakes with the maple syrup, the grits and collards and last but not least, my mom’s gizzards swimming in onions, peppers and red wine. yes, my friend of more than 30, i feel the warmth as i am paraded through a history that you weren’t a part of but you sparked in your portrait of life. peace.” Terrance L. Carney, Facebook
“Moments like this make life worth living, and then, with your words, TLC, reliving.” Richard Gaffield, Facebook