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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
Self-portrait artistic image of Rachel Siegel Presenting PCC – Southeast’s Photography Programs on Display
The Southeast Gallery is pleased to share an exhibit highlighting four of our own photography instructors. Presenting PCC – Southeast’s […] Posted February 7, 2019
PCC Reader outdoor sculpture Reception and Artist Talk with Julian Voss-Andreae
Contemporary technology is ushering in a new era for sculpture, comparable perhaps only to the invention of metal casting during antiquity. Posted March 8, 2018
boba fett vs waldo and carmen sandiego Black Heroes Matter
Black Heroes Matter is a Visual art series created by Steven Christian in response to the recent #BlackLivesMatter and #OscarsSoWhite social movements. Posted September 9, 2016
Queen Maternal Geographies
Comprised of collages built with paper, fabric, and found objects during the first three years of motherhood, Maternal Geographies surveys the body as a landscape that shifts with seasons of life. Posted June 28, 2016
Untitled Art!
Featuring Una Kim and Jan Carpenter. A partnership of two powerful, Portland women who have dedicated their artistic abilities to translating their unique perspectives into ‘Art!’. Posted January 21, 2016
SE Powell #1 EastSouthEast: Merge
By Shawn Demarest. An exploration of the SE Portland Foster-Powell neighborhood, SE 82nd Avenue and SE Division Street. Posted November 6, 2015
My parents came to the US to pursue the American dream. It is important for us to bring a smile and taste of Mexico to the neighborhood. Saul Marquez Leon, El Pato Feliz Jr. Lents-Grown Story Yard
The Lents Grown Story Yard project was developed by ROSE, Youth Builders and the Portland Development Commission as a way to bring more art to the neighborhoods in Southeast Portland and involve youth in celebrating our multicultural business community. Posted January 1, 2015