March 1 through March 25
Cascadia is a diverse bioregion; the Pacific Northwest. The sideways and
downward motion of the Cascadia Subduction Zone becomes a metaphor
in the digitally manipulated landscape images of this exhibit.
Multiple photographs and graphic information are collaged electronically to
produce a complex layering of visual drama.

Memory Lane of Exhibits by GPMA


Painting Outside
Ilene Gienger-Stanfield
July 27 through September 10

Ilene’s Plein air paintings portray an artist’s eye not for distant horizons, but for more intimate subjects full of color and drama.
Working from life Gienger-Stanfield utilizes thick passages of paint to portray the unfettered and unexpected character of common outdoor scenes.
Gienger-Stanfield is a member of Oil Painters of America, signature member of American Impressionist Society, Pastel Society of America Northwest Pastel Society, and master signature member of Women Artists of the West.


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2021 Membership Exhibit
September 17 through October 15

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Current Exhibit
Faux Fun & 6 x 6 Fundraising Exhibit/Auction

We asked artists to donate a painting depicting a classic piece of art. They were asked to do a spoof or meme of the original. Their creativity is awesome.
25 fun and creative memes of famous paintings.

6" x 6"

We created a national call for art and received 231 amazing artworks from people all over the United States and Southern Oregon. The list of participating artists is at the end of the on-line catalog. Unique and beautiful 6"x 6" works of original art.

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Anne Brooke
May 3 through May 26

Elemental Dreams


Anne Brooke has a degree in art and is a member of the Waercolor Society of Oregon. She is noted for her drawing skills and vibrant use of color. Anne has taught drawing and watercolor for 15 years, helping to develop many prize-winning artists. Using a limited palette and value study of subject, she begins her pieces with an underpainting, developing a unique style.

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September 27 through November 11


Walt Padgett pursued fine arts studies at Florida State University, earning Bachelors, and Masters, of Fine Arts degrees in the field of sculpture. In 1971 he was hired into the opening faculty of a new institution in Southern Oregon, Rogue Community College, for which he was the Art Department Chairman for twelve years, and taught fine art for over thirty years, assisting in the development of the Art Department as it grew in both Josephine and Jackson Counties.  
In 1983/’84 he took a sabbatical-based leave of absence, to pursue studies in Japanese woodblock printmaking, including training, and travel in Japan. To this day, Mr. Padgett continues to produce prints inspired by this travel, augmented by further research and travel in Japan.
In September of 2008, he was awarded the Takanabe Town Mayor’s Prize for a woodblock print exhibited at the Takanabe Museum (Kyushu, Japan); the piece was part of a traveling exhibition of prints from the prestigious Kyoto International Woodprint Association’s permanent collection of prints from around the world.  Museums, universities and colleges, institutions, corporations, and private collectors, have acquired Mr. Padgett’s work. As an artist, he is becoming widely recognized for his quality of vision, and versatility in both style and skill.

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