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A video still of Untitled (Saturday, October 16, 1993) shows a weathered newspaper clipping of a figure dressed in a white shirt with red tie standing before microphones. Arms reach out from the left side of the shot with tape recorders and additional microphones preparing to record the speaker’s voice. Rami George: and one day will tell you so many stories, window exhibition
Window exhibition: video essays and billboard on view September 25 (new date due to weather) - November 15, 2020. Posted September 14, 2020
Tyler Hohnstein, Girl Goes to Sea series, gallery view in 2020 Tyler Hohnstein: Stories, window exhibition
Window exhibition of narrative photography by local artist Tyler Hohnstein on view August 24 - September 13, 2020. Posted August 24, 2020
poem in window Livid, window exhibition
Livid: Anger ain't even the right word . . . Posted July 22, 2020
students in front of marquee and gallery window in 2019 Jefferson High BSU is Proud of its Graduating Seniors, window exhibition
Sharita Towne honors Jefferson High School's Black Student Union (BSU) graduates with screenprints in the window. In 2019, these BSU students were instrumental in activating the gallery windows in HERE // Humboldt by the Black Life Experiential Research Group. The Paragon Arts Gallery congratulates these students, too! Posted June 11, 2020
Ellen Cervantes; Bad Plant Mom, 2020; Graphite on Paper; 24 x 18"; Drawing Closing the Distance
“Closing the Distance” is North View Gallery’s first virtual exhibition of student work from the Sylvania Campus Art Department. The […] Posted June 1, 2020
Details of works in the 2019 Paragon Arts Annual Student Exhibition Announcing - Paragon Student Exhibition Online 2020 1
The Paragon Arts Gallery 2020 ONLINE Student Exhibition features recent artwork by Portland Community College Cascade Campus Arts Students, juried by Ted Smith. Posted May 15, 2020
image of project name and hashtags #paragonartsvirtually - Paragon Arts Gallery, Virtually
"Paragon Arts Gallery, Virtually" invites you to help us encourage, inspire, and create to support art making and sharing in a time of need. Posted March 18, 2020
Landscape drawing with black frame. The charcoal drawing is of a swing set in a field of snow. In the foreground of the drawing is white snow. The middle ground depicts three empty swings, with the legs of the structure (drawn as upside down V shapes) in between them and on either end of the structure. In the background are trees. The drawing is in subtle black and white tones and the overall mood of the piece is stillness and quiet. WHAT IS CONSIDERED AND SHARED
Work from the Sylvania Art Department Faculty Vanessa Calvert – Bruce Conkle – Myra Day – Kowkie Durst – Karen […] Posted February 12, 2020
Diana Puntar sculptures Meat Rock…Rockers
Artist: Diana Puntar Dates: February 17 – April 24, 2020 Artist talk and reception: March 4, 1-2pm Gallery hours: Monday […] Posted February 11, 2020
details of works by Meghan Hedley and Matthew Sproul Parallel Exhibitions: Meghan Hedley “Elemental Meditations” and Matthew Sproul “Brighter Worlds”
Paragon Arts Gallery at PCC Cascade presents two parallel exhibitions: Elemental Meditations by Meghan Hedley in our West Gallery and Brighter Worlds by Matthew Sproul in our East Gallery. Visual and interactive, the exhibitions offer paintings and drawings in eye-popping bright colors with shapes, symbols, and marks to delight the psyche. Posted February 9, 2020