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GALLERY CATALOGUE


FALL / WINTER 2018 SCHEDULE WELCOME TO GALLERY 903’S SHOW CATALOGUE. WE HAVE A FABULOUS LINE UP OF SHOWS THROUGH THE END OF THE YEAR.

OCTOBER MOODS, mixed media works by Northwest artist Jeane Myers

OCTOBER 4 - 31 / 2018

NOVEMBER

INTRODUCING Carolyn Cole

NOVEMBER 1 - 31 / 2018

DECEMBER 903 NW DAVIS STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON 97209 GALLERY903.COM

This December, 903 presents new works by renown oil painter Jhenna Quinn Lewis.

DECEMBER 6 - 31 / 2018


WINTER’S SLEEP III 14” X 11” / Mixed Media

WINTER’S SLEEP I 14” X 11” / Mixed Media

SHOW PREVIEW For her latest collection MOODS, Jeane Myers spent January through June in her studio exploring and creating while simultaneously tapping into her state of mind. Working primarily in oils and a similar palette, Myers experimented with multiple tools and mediums on canvas, panel, paper and vellum, creating an entire range of expression. This tactile, texture-rich collection contains a variety of works ranging from small to large, fully encompassing a variety of personal moods. Each new combination of surfaces, tools and textures spurred Myers’ creativity into new and different directions, each work functioning as an individual meditation and a part of the whole.


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JEANE MYERS Jeane Myers is an abstract oil painter whose repertoire spans many periods that build upon each other, retaining her distinct and recognizable aesthetic, transcending the divide of humanity and nature. Her works are heavily layered and textured. The tools she uses to scrape back layers are as raw and unique as the emotional effect on the eye. Her creative process is unplanned but the tools and color palettes are ceremoniously the same. Jeane describes her simple color palette as comforting and familiar, however the end effect can leave the viewer with a sense of discomfort as easily as a soothing familiarity.

“AWKWARD IS BEAUTIFUL

BECAUSE IT IS HONEST, IT’S REAL, AND IT’S UNIQUE.”

UNDER THE MOON I 14” X 11” / Mixed Media

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NOVEMBER 2018 INTRODUCING

UNTITLED (91806) 37� X 49� / Mixed Media

Carolyn Cole finds her voice within the rich traditions of abstraction and creates a cohesive body of work that translates into a language of intense color, sumptuous textures, and organic compositions. Color plays an important role in describing the emotional value and mood of each work. Her forms are instinctively achieved through the process of applying multiple layers of pigment, and her textured surfaces result from this process. An honors graduate of Portland State University in 1977, her work has been exhibited all over the United States, including the Seattle and Portland

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Art Museums. She spent ten years as an artist in New York City, where she exhibited extensively before settling back in the Northwest. Her paintings are included in numerous private and public collections including Vice President Al Gore, Gordon Seigel, president of Crate & Barrel, former Presidential Chief of Staff John Podesta, Disney Productions, Zale Corporation, IBM Corporation, Kaiser Permanente, RNM Properties, Salton, Inc., TRW Corporation, American Express, Campbell Soup and the Heinz Corporation.


DECEMBER 2018

JHENNA QUINN LEWIS Oil painter Jhenna Quinn Lewis is drawn to simplicity of color, style, and composition. Her inspiration comes from Japanese masters such as Utagawa Hiroshige, Uta Maro, and Hasegawa Tōhaku. “While in college, I took courses on the Japanese Tea Ceremony and the art of flower arrangement. It is there I discovered the tenets of wabisabi; the adherence to beauty in the imperfect, the impermanent, and in austerity.” Lewis removes all that is unnecessary and exercises restraint and simplicity.

“I INVITE THE VIEWER TO SLOW DOWN. BE

PATIENT AND LOOK. PAY ATTENTION TO ALL THE NECESSARY DETAILS.

I BELIEVE THIS IS WHY MY WORKS IMPART A

MEDITATIVE FEELING.” SPRING COLORS OF THE LESSER FINCH 9” X 12” / Oil

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JANUARY 2019 BEN HUCKE 903 will be kicking off 2019 in style with a show of new works by hyper-realist artist Ben Hucke. From Willie Nelson to the Portland Skyline Hucke creates his incredible pen and ink works without the assistance of a projector. His ability to capture scale and depth stems from an intense focus Hucke honed in his previous career as a professional BMX Racer. See every detail First Thursday January 3rd


FALL / WINTER 2018 CATALOGUE

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