Call for Artists

Fireplace Gallery: Mt. Hood Community College is accepting submissions for our monthly solo exhibits beginning September 2014 – July 2015. Only CD submissions labeled with artist’s name will be accepted; all images must be in jpg format with the list and dimensions of the artwork specified. Please send at least ten (10) images. No personal websites will be reviewed. Please include resume and artist statement.

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Alla Prima Portland

Invitation from Eileen

I am very honored to be one of 35 artists invited to show in the first Annual Alla Prima Portland Invitational Group Show 2014.

Alla Prima Portland has teamed up with Art Factors to present a show that offers Alla Prima paintings* from all over our region within the last year.

Please come join me and all the other artists to celebrate the show on First Thursday!

Alla Prima Portland Invitational Group Show 2014

Reception: First Thursday, It is double-sided and A4-sized to fit conveniently in a binder or plastic wallet, and you can record up to 6 defensive driving lessons on each sheet. June 5, 2014, 6-9pm

Overall show dates: June 5- July 3, 2014

Art Factors 7035 SW Macadam Ave Portland, OR 97219

(No RSVP necessary…. but I would LOVE to see you there!)

*(Alla Prima translates from Italian to “at once”.
An Ala Prima painting is usually started and finished in one painting session, but the term is also more loosely applied to any painting done in a direct, expressive style, with minimal preparation).


The work looks wonderful–this is going to be so much fun! Please remember to thank Mark Larsen and Bob at Art Factors! 🙂

Mystery…Art Show Presented by: Wy’east Artisans Guild

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March 5, 2013 – May 5,2013

Music at the Coffee House

Artist Reception April 5th from 6pm to 8pm ~ Artist Walk at 7pm

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Sandy Actors Theatre Art Shows

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Happy New Year fellow WAG members!

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Wy’east Artisans Guild
P.O. Box 682
Sandy, Oregon 97055

The Guild meets the second Monday of the month in the Clackamas County Bank Theatre, located just west of the bank on Proctor. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the program beginning at 7:00.No meetings in June, July or August.

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The artists’ reception at the Mt. Hood Cultural Center Museum will be on June 26 from 4-6pm. Bring finger foods and some friends! We will provide liquid refreshments. By the end of the month the days will be long and we should have fine weather.

Congratulations to Edna Kennel on the sale of a watercolor from the It’s a Circus Show at the Sandy Library.

The Guild will have a booth at the Sandy Mountain Festival. Nothing will be sold on site, but we would like members to have one piece on the table to represent the diversity of the group and we’ll put business cards with the piece. We’re allowed to have the Bio Book there. We’ll hand out Guild info and talk about what we do. More details will come from Shirley Nelson, who is looking for volunteers for the booth:

Last month’s program featured Eric Jacobsen, a landscape painter from Glenwood, Washington. He trained at the Lyme Academy in Connecticut. Painting on Location, Eric emphasizes capturing the mood rather than details. He recommended the book, Hawthorne on Painting, a series of classroom notes and writings about her husband’s teaching collected by Mrs. Charles W. Hawthorne ($5.95 at Amazon). Other artists who inspired his style are Emil Gruppe; Sergei Bongart; Levitan; John Twachtman. He said he likes to try to “paint so loose, the painting almost falls apart, yet it doesn’t.”

He led a lively discussion on the Plein Air movement, pigments, and working with galleries. He is represented at Art on the Boulevard in Vancouver, as well as other galleries.

Check out his website:

The Raku firing is on Sunday June 13 at 2:00 PM. For more info contact Michael Lindstrom at:
For information on continuing Figure Drawing sessions, contact Kate Conrad:

Look for information on a stepping stone mosaic workshop with Joan Ragan this summer.

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Alex Farnham can be found at McmEnamin’s Edgefield every Saturday from noon to 7:00 PM demonstrating glassblowing.

Joan Ragan is organizing a “See Through Artists Eyes” nature walk for late July.

We need a volunteer to plan the WAG picnic, to take place sometime this summer. We need a coordinator and a location. Contact Becky Hawley 503-668-5590.

Longtime former member of the Guild, Dave Enna, has passed away. He and his wife, Sue, are potters from Welches. A memorial was held May 16th at McMenamin’s Edgefield.

We have a small, but growing lending library of art books. We’ll make the inventory and check-out information available. Does anyone have good quality books to add to the catalog? Lesson plans for children will also be available.

You may have to sign up for a new Google account to access the blog as an “author”.
If you choose not to sign up, you can still read the blog at:

Bookmark the link so you can readily go to it and read what’s going on.


Board of Directors
Z’anne Bakke –
Becky Hawley –
Joan Ragan –
Kathryn de Vries –

President – Becky Hawley
Secretary – Cheryl Hooley
Treasurer -Kathryn deVries
HOT LINKS FOR ARTISTS Arts Network-Links to local, state and national arts organizations. Promoting arts in Gresham, Oregon.

May Newsletter

Wy’east Artisans Guild
P.O. Box 682
Sandy, Oregon 97055

The Guild meets the second Monday of the month in the Clackamas County Bank Theatre, located just west of the bank on Proctor. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the program beginning at 7:00.

MAY 2010
The newsletter of the Wy’east Artisans Guild comes out the last week of the month. If you have content to include that is of interest to the Guild, please send it to Gail Bumala at by the 25th of the month prior to publication.


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The theme show opened thanks to a fabulous crew who hung the show. The reception was a lovely event with so many people pitching in and exhibiting their pride in the Guild as well as their work. Thanks to everyone who supported one another in this effort. A big THANKS to Gail for the music. Congrats to the four members who received monetary kudos for their work: Russell Pearson for his chainsaw carved bear, Patty Henniger for her clownish frog, Joanne Rohweder for her watercolor and Rod Stroh for his photograph. The tour through the library gave each artist a chance to describe their process and was well received. Granted, there was much “clowning around!”

A special thanks from the President to everyone who contributed to the success of this year’s theme show and reception!

Sandra T Visconty
P.O. Box 255
Sandy, OR 97055
(503) 351-1243
Special art: photography & pyrography

Eric is a Washington artist who does Plein Air and Impressionism.
The doors open at 6:30, speaker at 7:00.
Check out his website: Jacobsen Studio

Bruce Beattie gave an informative talk on clay, from the origin to the building process, firing and glazing. The Raku at his shop on June 13, was discussed and more details will go out by email and will be available at the May 10 meeting. If you took clay home from the April meeting be sure to bring it back to the May meeting for firing.

The Sandy Public Library is putting on a DOLL EXHIBITION:
“Mt. Fairies, Gnomes & Creatures: Benign and not so Benign”
Jan. to mid Feb. 2011
You are invited to participate with your cloth or mixed media doll(s).These can be 3-D or 2-D Paper Art Dolls. Please supply a stand or support for your free standing entries.

Contact me by the end of July with INTENT to participate and number of dolls.
Artist information and any doll photos, in jpeg format, are requested by mid- November so we can put out publicity.

Label info includes:
Piece Description, Artist’s Name, Price (for insurance), & NFS if desired,
and is due mid December. Work will be hung right after New Years.
Please contact Florence for info or with questions.

Florence Adee-Curator
(503) 668-9397

The Guild’s “Curves” art installation, in the Subway – UPS Store strip center, is up and looks great. Thanks! to Mike Lindstrom, a participating artist and Manager at Platt Electric for the lighting. Also participating: Becky Hawley (Curator), Kathryn deVries, Inga Ojala. The second space “The Post” is on Proctor in a pink building on the left past the old Gardener Plumbing. Featured artists are Ann Fenwick, Zdena Neszmery and Kate Conrad. As spaces become available more art will be needed.

June 13 Raku firing. (Call Kate Conrad, Mike Lindstrom or Bruce Beattie for more info)

The Theme Show comes down at the Library Tuesday June 1. The work will travel to the Mt. Hood Cultural Museum to hang on June 24. The reception there is on Sat. June 26, 4-6pm.

“Spring into Town” First Friday May 7 5-9pm. Showing at the Sandy Historical Museum will be Kathryn de Vries, Patty Henniger and Becky Hawley. Go see their work, support them and have a cookie!

We need a volunteer to plan the WAG picnic, to take place sometime this summer. We need a coordinator and a location. Contact Becky Hawley 503-668-5590.

We have a small, but growing lending library of art books. We’ll make the inventory and check-out information available. Does anyone have good quality books to add to the catalog? Lesson plans for children will also be available.

You may have to sign up for a new Google account to access the blog as an “author”.
If you choose not to sign up, you can still read the blog at:
Bookmark the link so you can readily go to it and read what’s going on.

Board of Directors and

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Becky Hawley –
Joan Ragan –
Kathryn de Vries –

President – Becky Hawley
Secretary – Cheryl Hooley
Treasurer – Kathryn de Vries

Clackamas Art Alliance Arts Network-Links to local, state and national arts organizations.
Gresham Art Committee Promoting arts in Gresham, Oregon

Memories Art Show
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Reception: Thursday, January 17, 2019
6:45 pm

Featured Artist:

Memory Book
Reception: Thursday, March 21, 2019
6:45 pm

Featured Artist:

Shades of Green
Reception: Thursday, May 30, 2019
6:45 pm

Featured Artist:

The public is invited to view the Wy'east Artisan's Guild art shows in the lobby of the Sandy Actors Theatre during play hours. Each show opens on a Thursday at 6:45pm with a reception. After opening, the theater is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 7:15pm and Sundays from 2:15pm, until closing. The theater is located in Sandy, Oregon behind the Ace Hardware.

Upcoming SAT Plays

Lend me a Tenor
01.18.2018 - 02.10.2019

Fuddy Meers
03.22.2019 - 04.14.2019

Other People's Money
05.31.2019 - 06.23.2019

For more information go to the theatre's website:
or call 503-668-6834.