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HAND DRIVEN ART & DESIGN

in downtown Pacific City, Oregon

OPEN EVERY DAY (EXCEPT TUE) 10 to 4

FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10 to 5


34950 Brooten Road(503) 965 4590

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GALLERY NEWS & UPDATES: NOVEMBER • 2017

Liisa Rahkonen

Jay Ylvisaker

EARTH and SKY

OPENING NOV 11

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Save the date. The OPENING RECEPTION for Jay Ylvisaker and Liisa Rahkonen's new exhibit at Rowboat Gallery is Saturday, NOV 11, 5 to 7:30 pm.

Liisa will be showing primarily works on paper, focusing on the power, mystery, and quite dignity of the birds that inhabit our coastal wetlands and woods. She also has created a wonderful new collection of expressive stoneware Spirit Animals.

Jay, whose finely-crafted wood structures have intrigued gallery visitors for the last two years, has continued to explore the intersection of architecture, sculpture, and sacred spaces in a new body of work created specifically for this show.

Sitka Center

Art Invitational

World Forestry Center

Nov 4th & 5th

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Don't miss this year's SITKA ART INVITATIONAL in Portland on the first weekend in November. It is at Miller Hall, in the World Foresty Center, near the Portland Zoo.

Many Rowboat artists are again participating in this annual event, including glass artist Kelly Howard (above).

Others include MJ Anderson, Frank Boyden, Jonnel Covault, Deb DeWit, Heidi Erickson, Vicki Herman, Randall Koch, Nitzan Lilie, Ruby Maly, Bill Park, Stan Peterson, Liisa Rahkonen, Judith Schlicting, Michael Schlicting, Angelita Surmon, Sara Swink, Shannon Weber, Judy Vogland, Greg Wilbur, and Jay Ylvisaker.

More information is available at the SITKA WEBSITE.

Patrick Horsley

Stoneware Sculpture

Shape and Surface

New Ceramic Work

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Long-time Portland ceramic artist Patrick Horsley is now at Rowboat. Initially, we are showing sixteen new sculptural works, including Three-Piece Wall Tile (above), which was part of the John Stahl Memorial Fund benefit exhibit at our opening on September 9th.

Also included are several large platters and plates, lidded jars, tall bottles, and "canoe" shaped vessels - all exquisitely decorated with Horsley's iconic glazes.

Check back as we post new images here, and visit Pat's studio website.