alberta street galleries
Check out our galleries and discover the plethora of art in nearly every business on Alberta Street. From restaurants and bars to dress shops and wellness studios, with very little exception you will find a rotating roster of artists represented on their walls.
|You will also find new works at:
Alberta Eye Care
Salt & Straw
Written on the Body Massage & Acupuncture Studio
StuStuStudio welcomes new artist Nicole Curcio to the studio collective. Nicole works in many mediums but has recently focused on creating painted ceramics, acrylic paintings and collage work, inspired by her international travels and a recent painting collaboration with friend and artist Cori Jacobs of San Pancho, Nayarit, Mexico.
We’re celebrating with an opening on Thursday April 24th from 5:00-9:00 pm. Additional details here.
1627 NE Alberta St.
Portland, OR 97211
Mon – Sat: 12pm to 6pm
Sun: 11pm to 5pm
March Show at the Guardino Gallery: April 24-May 27
Opening Reception: April 24, 6-9 pm
Gillian Freney paints on frosted Mylar with oils then uses subtractive techniques to create her art, usually of nests & bramble. She is also experimenting with a similar method to produce color panels on gessoed surfaces.
Karen Croner (right) is a mixed media sculptor working with wire, papier-mâché, paper clay, fabric, plaster, and acrylic paints. Her new pieces are inspired by iconic characters in favorite Grimm’s fairy tales.
Mari Livie works with fiber and thread. She will be presenting two series. In “Surface” the pieces are close ups of living surfaces. The other series involves stitching onto photographic images.
Alison Ericksen is a sculptor working with steel wire and ceramic. She uses the human form to explore the language of gesture, interaction and rhythm.
2939 Alberta St, PDX 97211
On April 24th Antler Gallery will open a new two-person show featuring Portland artists Josh Keyes and Neil M. Perry.
The show, entitled “Entwined”, features two new series of paintings.
“The Forest” by Josh Keyes is the first public exhibition of his work since his pieces evolved to feature backgrounds rendered in full, as opposed to the cleft landscape pedestals on which his animal characters used to be displayed.
The series focuses on moments and scenes stumbled upon by the viewer as they explore a world reclaimed.
“New Synthesis” by Neil M. Perry utilizes the character traits different cultures bestow upon animals and color psychology via snake patterns to explore the nature of different human relationships.
When two ideas, or in this case personalities, are combined to become some different entity the result is a new synthesis.
The opening reception will begin at 6:00pm on, April 24th, as part of the Alberta Street Last Thursday art walk. Our good friends at Dogwood Distilling will be on hand to pour handcrafted cocktails, we look forward to seeing you there.
What to Want
April 24 to May 25, 2014
Opening Reception with the artist on Thursday, April 24 from 6 to 9PM
Poetry Reading by Zieher on Saturday, April 26 at 7:30PM
Ampersand is pleased to present What to Want, a solo exhibition of collages and a new collection of poems by New York poet and artist Scott Zieher.
Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books
2916 NE Alberta Street, Suite B
Portland, OR 97211
Tuesday to Saturday – 12PM to 7PM
Sunday – 12PM to 5PM
Come One Come All! It’s a great place for you to building on new connections and getting new arts for your beautiful home! We are excited to see you!
1627 NE Alberta St
Portland, Oregon 97211
Phone (503) 490-6953
APRIL 24 to MAY 25 – Artist Jack Pendergast is premiering a new solo exhibition at Screaming Sky Gallery. An opening reception will be held on April 24 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, and the show will remain up for viewing until May 25. Local refreshments will be provided, including tasty donuts from Tonalli’s Donuts & Cream and delicious beer from Old Town Brewing.
Jack Pendergast is from Brentwood, California. “The Madman’s Alphabet” is his second show in the Pacific Northwest and at Screaming Sky. While still using collage as his medium, this is new show is quite different in appearance from Pendergast’s 2012 show.
We just got another year older and would love to celebrate our 4 year birthday with you! Join us for live music, food, fun, prizes and so much more! WAHOO!!!
DJ Collaboration: DJ TrickAssed Marxist and DJ Ceez
Artwork by the one and only Alexis Mcfate
Rooftop fun: Check out our new sauna and other fun amenities *weather permittine
Free massage and acupuncture + treats and prizes!!