details of work by Collin Richard and Trash Hacker Collective Parallel Exhibitions: Collin Richard “re:Presence” and Trash Hackers Collective
Paragon Arts Gallery at PCC Cascade presents two parallel exhibitions: "re:Presence" by Collin Richard in our West Gallery, and "Trash Hackers" by Trash Hackers Collective in our East Gallery. Thought-provoking and playful, both exhibitions show work made from repurposed objects and materials and allow us to contemplate our impact on the environment and avenues for creatively managing the waste from consumerism. Posted July 16, 2019
Abstract painting with collage consisting of horizontal bands on a ground of black and white. Rectangular blocks of colors – including red, orange, blue, and purple – combine with patterned areas to create an overall fluid image. Emily Ginsburg
Feedback Loop Transmission #15, 2017, acrylic on stonehenge paper, 44″ x 30″ Artist in Residence:  June 17 to August 2, […] Posted June 11, 2019
Work / Play 2019 graphic Work / Play 2019: PCC Cascade’s Biennial Art Faculty & Staff Exhibition
Paragon Arts Gallery at PCC Cascade presents Work / Play 2019, a biennial group exhibition featuring recent works by PCC Cascade’s arts faculty and staff. Posted June 7, 2019
Artwork When You Put Energy into a System
Artists Lilia Hernandez Galusha Brittany Rudolf Michael Rutledge Dates June 4-July 1, 2019 Gallery reception and art hour with Amy […] Posted June 4, 2019
Poster image of canisters of printing ink stacked on a shelf against a yellow green wall. Text on top in white says "2019 Sylvania Student Art Exhibition"; text on bottom in blue green says "So Much About Process." SO MUCH ABOUT PROCESS
May 23 to June 8, 2019 Awards Reception:  Thursday, May 23, 2-4 PM Participating Students Ally Thompson Amanda Cobb Analisia […] Posted May 12, 2019
exhibition announcement image Paragon Arts Annual 2019 Student Exhibition
Paragon Arts Gallery at PCC Cascade presents the third annual juried exhibition of works from PCC Cascade arts students. Guest juried by curator and organizer Yaelle Amir, the exhibition features both selected works from student artists as well as a salon-style showcase of 2D, 3D and new media work submissions. Posted April 26, 2019
The image is of artwork. It is screenprint embroidery & machine stitching on recycled fabric. The image appears to be an embroidered sheep, with embroidered flowers and stars. Selected Works: Palmarin Merges
The Southeast Gallery is pleased to present an exhibit by local Portland artist Palmarin Merges. Selected Works: Palmarin Merges features samples […] Posted April 5, 2019
Companion Species (Ancient One), Cast bronze, reclaimed wool blanket (artist's grandmother's), Western walnut base, 2 x 6.25 x 3.25 in., 2017 MARIE WATT — ARTIFACT
APRIL 1 – MAY 14, 2019 Artist Talk and Gallery Reception May 1, 11 am – noon Gallery Hours Monday […] Posted March 27, 2019
BLERG, Living out a love story, 2019, video still HERE || Humboldt by the Black Life Experiential Research Group
In HERE || Humboldt, Lisa K. Bates and Sharita Towne, also known as the Black Life Experiential Research Group (BLERG), present research-based art and activism from the past year as Artists-in-Residence for the Humboldt neighborhood. This work centers Black life of the past, present and future as integral to the community’s fabric. Posted March 22, 2019
Abstract painting with ovoid shapes in light blue, white, green and yellow, with red, black and yellow squiggly forms in between. Sang-ah Choi
Landscape:  about space and time Landscape:  Opium Poppy#1, 2018, acrylic, felt, pen, graphite on paper, 30″ x 50″ April 10 […] Posted March 21, 2019