This year’s hours are:
Mon-Sat 11am-7pm
Sun 11am-5pm

The Gallery is open October 24th-Dec. 29th.
Closed on Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.

Come visit us in our new location at
310 State Street, Suite #108, between Kassab Jewelers
and Grapevine south of Sur la Table.

We’re still in Lakeview Village with plenty of free parking!

Clues for ornaments #49 & #57

#49 Eat …Drink…Shop…& Listen to Music… Dress up, down or wear your Italian tunic. There’s a gingerbread man waiting here for you In the trattoria with a neighborhood market too. #57 Getting fit & strong…we take very personal with creating programs that are...

Clues for ornaments #37 & #43

#37 An ornament can be found with fashion… styles classic to modern impassioned with gifts& accessories too. This new boutique is just waiting for you! #43 A blend of five powdered spices makes this place trendy. Brunch, lunch, happy hour & dinner makes this...

3 sculptures liven up Milwaukie City Hall

Read about Rain Spark Artist Shelly Durica-Laiche’s work in the Milwaukie Sculpture Garden. Her work is on display through 2021.

Thursday Night Receptions

Join us on Thursday nights to meet the Artists and hear about their inspirations and process. This is a great opportunity to learn about their one of a kind artwork while you shop and snack on light refreshments!

December 19th
Artist lineup:

Dave Haslett
Victoria Epstein
Margaret Joyce
Barb Sedgwick


Receptions are
from 5-7pm


Spotlight On: Dorothy Steele

Growing up and working in the family bakery business near Roseburg, Oregon, Dorothy Steele had the skills of a professional cake decorator at the age of 14. “I have always seen clay as organic in substance and form, and have been drawn to the earth, nature, and it’s...

Spotlight On: Jan Rimerman

Jan Rimerman is inspired by the evolution of changing forms in light & shadow. The various textures & layers of color hidden & revealed in the different lights of the day & season is part of Jan’s unique style. The work presents a new perspective each...

Spotlight On: Jim Wylder

I get excited about every piece because the process has many variables and there is almost no control over the results. Jim's Process: Thrown forms on the pottery wheel are trimmed and burnished with a light bulb. The pots are bisque fired to 1650°. When cool, they...

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