Jan. 22 - Feb. 21
Erin Terry | Figurative Paintings
Mark Terry | Ceramics
Linda Hayes | Jewelry
Feb. 26 - Mar 21
Don Bishop | Paintings
Dave Hanson | Hammered Copper
Mar. 26 – Apr. 18
Susan Greenbaum | paintings
Donna LaPlante | Fused Glass
Apr. 23 - May 16
Michael Orwick | Paintings
Elena Orwick | Paintings
Featuring Original Oregon ART
604 E. 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
ART Elements is located in historic downtown Newberg, the gateway to Oregon’s wine country. We are dedicated to showcasing and promoting local and regional artists throughout Oregon. Our portfolio contains a diverse collection of contemporary/modern to impressionistic artwork including: paintings, ceramics, woodwork, sculpture, glass, drawings, photography and jewelry from over 60 Oregon artists.
Owner Loni Parrish graduated with a degree in fine arts from Oregon State University, and has since developed an acclaimed design aesthetic. Loni provides artwork consultation for private residences, businesses, and non-profits throughout the Willamette Valley.
JAMES DeROSSO - download the catalog
Paintings & Ceramic Monsters
now through January 5, 2015
Artist Reception & First Friday ArtWalk
Friday December 5th from 5-8 p.m.
For decades James DeRosso has been creating ceramic monsters. If you’re lucky, you can find James’ work at various shows throughout the Northwest if his inventory hasn’t sold out. Over the years his monsters have grown in size, stature and have taken on all sorts of quirky personalities. Now James’ monsters have morphed into an entirely different artistic medium…paintings. Though James’ work is in high demand, this will be the first gallery show of his artistic career.
James has always modeled his monsters from a quick drawing or a sketch, but ART Elements Gallery encouraged James to delve into the stretched canvas and 2D world. His illustrations and paintings capture a different personality and mischievousness that his ceramics can’t embody. It’s as if the monsters are about to run off the canvas and hide.
Located in Historic Downtown Newberg in the heart of Oregon Wine Country