Untitled | Trisha Hassler

Since childhood, Trisha has stitched, cut and reassembled everything that would hold still:  clothing, baby quilts, costumes, pillows – even a sofa.  After many traditional quilts, she became fascinated with construction techniques, improvisational quilting and incorporating alternative materials into her artwork.  The evolution of Trisha’s fiber pieces has continued through personal...
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The Eight of Clubs | Louis Delegato

Louis Delegato is a native Portlander who has been making art his whole life. Gaining a B.A. with a focus in sculpture from Montana State University Billings he moved back to Portland to pursue his work. Living every moment in a state of awe, Louis strives to create work which communicates his emotional and intellectual perspective. I don’t believe in the traditional term “artist”. I think...
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I Write You Letters, I Fold Your Laundry | Kate Stigdon

Kasart-Alley is dedicated to the highest principles in both commerce, and artistic expression. As an illustrator, I have always seen art as a service. It is the artist’s responsibility and yes, the artist’s angst, to see the world through the eyes of others. Artist’s have sometimes carried the stereotype of self-important or self-serving but listening deeply enough to flesh out...
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07 #10 | Barbara Kaempf Matkowski

My passion for the artistic process began to develop around 2000, along with a fascination for contemporary art.  I began my development as an artist through experimentation with copper, which I affect with chemicals.  I soon began working with more traditional materials as well, as I explored the use of my own personal techniques and processes.  My art has since developed into a mixed media...
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