You won’t want to miss the Summer Exhibit at Studio 7, featuring a rare display of 3 sisters from the Willamette Valley Corrider in the same venue. “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Painters” consists of Portland artist Dorothy Sharrar (Abstracts in graphic/acrylic and mixed media), Salem area artist Theresa Sharrar (Rivers of the Willamette Valley) and Eugene area artist Margaret Plumb (“Road Show” eastern Oregon Plein air works, plus her “Tree Fusion” abstracted collection).
Also featured are Wilsonville sculptor Benjamin Mefford’s organic-shaped stone sculptures, both the raw and the refined. Also introducing local Eugene emerging artist Lester Maurer, featuring several pieces from his bold Impressionist/Expressionist “Faces of Eugene” collection. Also included in the Summer Show are Kristina Rust (Framin’ Artworks owner) featuring her display of ink design collages, and well-known Springfield artist Jerry Ross (American Verismo oils), Steve Flower’s understated ceramics/stoneware and Stacey Nelson’s affordable rustic boxes and carriers.
The Summer Show runs through September, with the Artist Reception on Saturday, August 13, at 3:00 pm.
Studio 7 is open Tuesdays from 11-4 and the first Saturday of every month from 12-4pm. Additionally, they are open during select times for concerts, poetry readings and by appointment.