Application Deadline: TOMORROW – February 15, 2013 Midnight Pacific DST… Continue reading →
Art In The Pearl Blog
Every year the Art In The Pearl Festival artist are chosen by a volunteer jury. Each year there is a new panel of jurors.
Jurors for our 2013 show are:
- Stephen Dixon – Jewelry, Metal
- Raquel Edwards – 2D mixed media, Photography
- Sheila Evans – Painting, Drawing
- Joshua Rodine – Glass
- Cheryl Snow – Executive Director of Clackamas County Arts Alliance
A very hefty thanks to these talented people for volunteering for this very important weekend.… Continue reading →
Check out the great little video that the Oregon Art Beat folks filmed at Art In The Pearl 2012: http://www.artinthepearl.com/festival-information/general-info/
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Our Best of Show Award Winners for our 2012 festival are Arunas Oslapas [Booth #88, Metal], Marla Baggetta [#75, 2-Dimensional Mixed Media] and Kina Crow [Booth #71, 2-Dimensional Mixed Media | Sculpture]. Congratulations!… Continue reading →
Today, Tomorrow and Monday at 1 and 4 pm. At the Earth Narrative Booth on Davis between Park and 8th: Live performance/ sculpture installation by dance and visual artist, Emma Morehouse. The piece, Column, is inspired by the private spheres we create around ourselves in moments of silence. These are moments we tune our senses and notice the malleability of inside and outside. The installation overlays with video and exists as a space indicative of the regenerative and persistent nature of the earth. Between the outside viewer and the performer within there is a porous membrane. Light, shadow, and a … Continue reading →
“The festival’s board member and artist Melissa Stiles takes us through the fun annual 3-day festival, and what not to miss!”
The annual Pearl District Sidewalk Sale returns featuring many local area stores.
August 31 – September 3
Eileen brings her mind blowing colored pencil drawings to Pearl for the first time this year. When asked about her start she says, “I have always drawn, not always well but I loved it and kept at it. It is basically a hobby that evolved into an obsession that is now my career.
My medium, colored pencil, is a bit unique in that not many artists are out there working with a drawing medium. I like to think my compositions also set me apart from other artists out. Currently, birds are my main subject matter, and I use them … Continue reading →
Returning to Pearl for the second time, Michelle takes traditional techniques of wet felting and mixes fibers of silk and wool to create hand-felted silk. Her experience at Kansas City Art Institute provided a foundation for fiber techniques that she employs in her studio to this day. Michelle is a member of the Surface Design Association.