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Discover the Art and Artists of Oregon
The art scene is alive and thriving in Oregon. Whether you are exploring the murals, sculptures and galleries of Art Alley in Springfield or enjoying the work of regional artists at Raincoast Arts in Bandon, you’ll find something that will catch your eye.
Has glass blowing always intrigued you? You’ll love watching the glass creations take shape at Alderhouse Glass or the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio, both in Lincoln City. You can even learn the process through their classes.
If you are traveling through Bend in Central Oregon, visit The Ironworks Art District. It’s a hub of artists creating everything from metalwork to photo exhibits. The High Desert Museum is also a “must see” for anyone who loves the sculptures, paintings and drawings of Native American, Western and contemporary art. Art is such a critical part of Bend’s culture that you can take a guided Roundabout Art Tour, which features more than 20 art pieces in the city’s traffic circles.
While Portland is also filled with impressive galleries, the Valley Art Gallery in Forest Grove should make your itinerary. It displays the work of national and local artists through paintings, metalwork, carvings, and glass.
A premier glass blowing studio in Lincoln City, Alderhouse Glass is the place to be for traveling glass blowing fans. Any visit to the central section of Oregon's Coast should yield some fun-filled days of watching the professionals do their thing on this 2000 year-old art form.
From May through the end of October, Alderhouse Glass is open daily. The staff of courteous and knowledgeable glass-blowing professionals are eager to show you, step by step, how glass cultures are made. Watch as the molten liquid is skillfully shaped and blown into unique works of art.
Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio
Plan a trip to Oregon and explore the sights and sounds of the coast. When you make it to the central coast, stop off in Lincoln City and check out the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio.
Found just south of the Oregon Coast Highway and Southwest 48th Street, this museum is a premier destination in Lincoln City.
At the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio, you'll find a whole host of friendly, knowledgeable, and well trained glass blowers who are eager to train you. Glass blowing classes are held on-site, Wednesday through Sunday.
If you're planning a visit to Lincoln City, call ahead and reserve a spot today for an interactive glass blowing lesson.
Valley Art Gallery
Enjoy a taste of local art and culture on you next visit to Forest Grove, just west of the Portland Metro Area. You'll want to visit and explore the Valley Art Gallery, found along Main Street in downtown Forest Grove, just one block west of Pacific University.
Established in 1966, the Valley Art Gallery proudly houses more than 200 local and national artists' work. You'll find metal sculptures, paintings, glass art, wood carvings, and so much more at Valley Art Gallery. Visit the Valley Art Gallery in late September when they host the annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival.