Join us December 7, from 4-8pm for the First Friday Gallery Walk
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Tumalo Art Co.
, fine art gallery in the Old Mill District
in Bend, Oregon, owned and operated by artists, is committed to bringing the best of Northwest art to its patrons. Classic to contemporary with a twist
, we showcase a variety of fine art in a diverse array of mediums—oil, acrylic, mixed media, digital media, ceramics, glass, sculpture and photography. The gallery also offers limited edition fine art prints and a beautiful selection of jewelry
Our December group show is all about JOY, from an artists perspective.
Show opens from 4-8pm during the First Friday Gallery Walk, December 7, in the Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon.
Our sparkly trees are full of tiny art by all of our artists. Shown here birds by Susan Luckey Higdon and Shelli Walters.
Wood-turned Burl by Tom Willing.
Once again Tumalo Art Co. is full of tiny art, all made by our artists.
Candy earrings as well as bookmarks with glass beads hand-made by Danica Curtright brighten your holiday!
Original. Unique. Affordable.
Hand-made by our artists. As well as jewlery, glass, ceramics and wood-turning. GIVE ART.
David Kinker’s painting “Radio Ridge” —”we all want connection to nature. During moments in that connection I am awwwhh-inspired!”
Dorothy Freudenberg—“There has been a great joy this last year in tuning into small changes—which I have experienced almost daily as I traversed the Deschutes River trail. translating that experience into visual metaphors, which, like Haiku, offer a distillation of those discoveries.”
Dennis McGregor is showing art from his book “You Stole My Name”. He is loving doing story time with his illustrated book, and singing songs he has composed from the text. He will be presenting a story time at Tumalo Art Co. December 28 at 11am.
Janice Druian says “Joy to me is being in the open spaces of the west…where the sky is immense, the air clear and the sounds of nature are the only ones I hear.”
Judy Hoiness says of her Mixed media painting, “For nearly fifty years, the first thing I see in the morning and the last thing I see before dark is Mt. Bachelor. This brings me great joy as it is ever changing with the seasons of the year and variations of light.”
For Langford Barksdale “Traveling to foreign countries and exploring design, color, and cultures completely fascinates me and inspires pure joy in my creative process.” Shown her is an oil painting, “Shades of Stockholm”.
Katherine Taylor say, “I’m especially enamored of exciting color combinations that I stumble upon in the art that I create. This painting, “Cauldron on Fire,” uses my favorite color scheme: variations of turquoise as a backdrop to a stunning cadmium orange accent.
My heart skips a beat.”
Marlene Alexander says she “felt freedom painting abstractly when creating, “Chaos in Tibet”. There is JOY in beginning a painting, frustration sometimes in the middle, always hope for JOY when I feel I am finished. Bringing JOY to the viewer is joyous to the artist.”