October exhibit (extended through November!): Mary Ann Antenucci
In a theme of the Day of the Dead, we present mixed-media art of Mary Ann Antenucci.
Opening reception: Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, 1 to 5 p.m.
The gallery is open by appointment only.
December exhibit: The World of White Cat Black Spot
Participate in a survey!
In order to enrich the programming and visitor experiences of the Preslar Gallery, we are working to make our events more interesting and our gallery a place worth your visit.
To this end we are conducting a brief (5–7 minutes to complete) survey. Your participation directly helps future programming and directions of the gallery.
The survey is open to residents of the Portland-Hillsboro-Vancouver (Oregon/Washington) metropolitan area including Clark, Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Washington, and Yamhill counties, as well as to residents of Clatsop and Cowlitz counties.
Limeadestand Works, the operator of the Preslar Gallery, endorses the No on 105 campaign, Oregonians United Against Profiling.
About the Preslar Gallery
Our little gallery takes up residence inside the Alice Tarbell Cultural Space at Estancia Serenova. The gallery showcases the emerging artists of the Pacific Northwest in a natural setting of the foothills of the Oregon Coastal Range, and is organized and managed by a professional curator who has over a decade of experience as an exhibited fine artist who has shown in many juried shows and spent one year as a curatorial assistant for an art gallery.
The Preslar Gallery is part of the Creative Liberation Arts (CL Arts) program of Limeadestand Works.
The missions of the Preslar Gallery are:
- to create opportunities, platform, economic power, and educational experiences for the emerging and yet-to-be-discovered artists in Columbia County, Oregon, and its vicinity;
- to foster, develop, and enrich the Columbia County arts and cultural scene by bringing in quality emerging artists, artwork, and educational experiences from the Portland metropolitan area and beyond.
Gallery location and hours:
Where: Alice Tarbell Cultural Space 410 (first floor), Estancia Serenova, 32180 Pittsburg Road, Saint Helens, Oregon 97051-9147
Hours: First Saturday of each month; rest of the month by appointment only. Subscribe to the newsletter for additional open hours. Please note: First Saturdays may be preempted or rescheduled due to other scheduled events at Estancia Serenova. Please consult the Preslar Gallery Twitter for updates.
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Location: 32180 Pittsburg Road, Saint Helens, Oregon 97051-9147 (What3words: removed.glues.waxing)
Phone: +1 503-825-2891
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