Chehalem Mountain

Chehalem Mountain

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Stephanie Burton!

Here are some images of Stephanie Burton's amazing work that she will be exhibiting next weekend. Visit her brand new website - https://www.stephanieburtonstudios.com/



Friday, July 14, 2017

New Artist for 2017! Ann Cavanaugh!

Here are some images of Ann Cavanaugh's amazing glass work. She will be displaying some of her work at this year Art Affair.



Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Save the Date!

The Chehalem Mountain Art Affair occurs on July 29th & 30th this year. We have some new artists this year that we are excited about. Stay tuned for more info on them as we get closer to the date.

Here is a link to some photos taken last year:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/ChehalemMountainArtAffair/photos/

Saturday, July 16, 2016

2016 Art Affair!



The 2016 Art Affair is on July 30 & 31 this year, from 10 am to 6 pm both days.
Facebook Page for Art Affair

We have two new guest artists this year! We have Harold Walkup who does some amazing watercolors. Photos coming soon, but check out his Facebook to learn more about him.  https://www.facebook.com/harold.walkup

We also have a fiber artist, Nancy Barrows. Nancy works in wool felting and doesn't show her amazing work at any galleries or shows so this will be an opportunity to see her artwork.

Directions: 19438 SW Neugebauer Rd. Hillsboro, OR  or scan this QR code for a map.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

New Artist for 2015- Leslie Lee

We are very pleased to be able to have Leslie Lee of Portland Oregon show her work at the Chehalem Mountain Art Affair this year. 





"After 30 years of making figurative sculpture, 10 years of painting figurative subjects and one year of posting Daily Drawings on social media, I am now exploring colorful abstract oil paintings with seemingly unrelated figurative elements that develop into unexpected narratives. In letting go of pictorial logic and pre-meditated metaphor I have found freedom in composition, boldness in color choices and magic in following the random line. These paintings begin with an abstract, random application of acrylic color, then the figurative artist in me re-emerges to tease out people and animals, bugs, landscapes and odd shapes which have nothing to do with each other until… they do. I let the colors, shapes and brush marks lead the way using oil paint and oil sticks to complete the paintings."


–Leslie Lee




Bio - Leslie B. Lee

Leslie (Baumgartner) Lee was encouraged to pursue make art as a child and has continued to do so all her life.  After many artistic accomplishments in elementary and high school she went on to earn her Bachelors of Fine Art at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri with an emphasis on graphic design.  After graduation she worked as a designer for twelve years, including time in Iran doing graphics for a private Persian Gulf resort.



Returning to her home town of Portland Oregon, marriage and motherhood, Lee also returned to her childhood love of clay. In the next 25 years her career in ceramics earned her national representation and a cover story in the nation’s leading publication Ceramics Monthly. Lee taught workshops throughout her career and conducted summer workshops at Hummingbird Studios, the adobe and strawbale showcase of alternative construction Lee built in southern Oregon with her husband, ceramic artist Dennis Meiners.



A bout with ovarian cancer in 2002 gave Lee an opportunity to step away from the physical demands of clay work and discover oil painting. Her latest paintings are colorful abstractions with random figurative elements that develop into unexpected narratives. This new body of work will be shown at the Golden Gallery in Beaverton, Oregon March 15- April 31 2015 along with selections from the 365 Daily Drawings Lee posted to the internet in 2014.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Latest Artist Addition for this years show - Andy Nichols!




Nichols Art Glass, founded in 2001 in The Dalles, OR, began with a dream and a garage. Read more at: http://www.nicholsartglass.com