... ... Welcome to ART Elements Gallery in Oregon Wine Country

Experience Oregon through ART

ART Elements features over 50 Oregon artists and select artists from The Allison Inn & Spa. 
Visit our gallery in Oregon Wine Country or browse all of our artwork online.

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The Allison Inn & Spa

ART Elements and its design team consult art purchasing for residential and commercial properties of all sizes and budgets.

ART Elements responds to RFPs for public art and also consults on larger art collections for public spaces and private businesses. Most of the Gallery's artists live in close proximity, and we are able to contact them about their studio work at any time, therefore giving our clients a larger variety of artwork outside of our Gallery inventory.

Commercial clients include:
The Allison Inn & Spa, Randall's Children's Hospital, Chemeketa Community College, Hazelden Springbrook, National Loan and Acquisition, Portland Community College, Providence Newberg, Austin Industries and A-dec. 

Regardless of your place of residence, ART Elements can facilitate your art requests to help you find the perfect piece of art for your home. Locally (within a 25 mile radius), the team can bring art to your residence that meets your budget, space and style.

Do you live far away? Provide the team with photos of your space and design elements. We can superimpose a variety of art options into your space. Please contact the Gallery to set up a time to speak with one of our art consultants at (503) 487 - 6141 or email gallery@artelementsgallery.com

Gallery Blog

A Sticky Question: So What the Heck IS Encaustic Anyway?

May 03, 2016

So What the Heck Is Encaustic Anyway?   Encaustic – if you have spent much time around than you have probably heard of it. You might even know a little bit about it, but if you’re like me, the specifics of this particular medium are still somewhat mysterious.   Well – although I was a little familiar with encaustic already,  after diving into the depths of the internet to learn more about this illusive medium, I have emerged with an even greater respect for our artists who chose to work in encaustic. Borderline, by Art Elements Encaustic Painter Pam Nichols, 20x16   Encaustic, as you may already know, involves working with wax, more specifically bee’s wax. It requires that you heat up... Continue Reading →