Grow Portland

March 2, 2015

Celebrating five years of great work carried out by Grow Portland, we are showing photographs Rachel LeCrone has taken for the group. Grow Portland is nonprofit organization founded in 2010 to create more opportunities for urban gardening and urban agriculture. We offer education, supplies, access to land, and directly market locally grown food. Produce sales, [...]

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UNMADE CITY – Krista Connerly

December 1, 2014

As part of her 11-year research initiative, the Project for Urban Intimacy, Krista Connerly has been walking, photographing, filming, and writing about the alleys of SE Portland. This is in tandem with conversations about not only these spaces but the alleys we may have grown up around or those encountered in the cultural imagination. Alleys [...]

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Kirk Jones

August 13, 2014

All of these images are from Marin County, CA. Marin is in the California Floristic Province, a zone of extremely high biodiversity. There are various micro climates and ecosystems, as well as a large variety of trees – from Coastal Redwoods to large stands of live and dead Oak, Acacia, Madrone and more. Using a [...]

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Tom Bennett ~ Moonlight Lens

June 25, 2014

Taking long-exposure into the night, I have pursued the technique of light painting, which is accomplished by using colored light in front of an open shutter. All effects you see in the images were done in-camera, with minimal after-processing in a computer. Stars move in the sky, and streetlights and other distractions happen at the [...]

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April 29, 2014

Mona Jones Cordell has had a life-long affair with the animals who share this planet with us. This body of work reflects her passion, respect and understanding of how we are connected to animals and how we need the contributions they make to create a healthy habitat for all.

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Portland2014 – Personal Libraries Library

February 11, 2014

The Best Art Gallery in Portland is proud to be serving as a venue for Portland2014, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center’s biennial exhibition celebrating artists who are defining and advancing contemporary art practices. On view will be Personal Libraries Library Abra Ancliffe, founder and librarian of Personal Libraries Library, is currently assistant professor in Printmaking at [...]

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September 11, 2013

Evelyn Aguilar Samir Bernárdez Jorge Luis Bradshaw Adrian Curbelo Rolando González Yeremy Guerra Luis E. López-Chávez FUGUE is a group exhibition organized by students at the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) in Havana, Cuba in collaboration with Lewis & Clark College. “Unlike musical composition, in which the theme is presented in the first moment, in [...]

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Harrison Higgs “Digital Pictures”

June 19, 2013

Opening Thursday June 27, 5-8 PM Harrison Higgs: “Digital Pictures” My work is rooted in the world of objects, and the materials of which they are born. This makes many aspects of life of interest to me—industrial manufacturing, visual display, stage design, the projected image… Digital Pictures acknowledges the virtual nature of the photographic image [...]

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Walking Across the Pacific

May 16, 2013

  “Walking Across the Pacific” As part of Open Engagement 2013 please join us for the artists’ talk and reception Monday May 20th from 5:00 – 7:30 at The Best Art Gallery in Portland, 1468 NE Alberta St. On June 6, 2012 the Misawa pier arrived on the Oregon coast. Although this gigantic debris floated for over [...]

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Seed to Supper

April 1, 2013

Opening, Saturday April 6th at 5:00 pm For 5 months this summer I spent time with three local farmers that produce goods for local farmers’ markets, local restaurants and Community Sponsored Agriculture (CSA’s). Carrie Sendak, Mama Tee’s Farm, worked backyards and smaller plots around NE Portland and SE Portland while Ted and Laura, Split River Growers, and Grey Horton from [...]

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