Southern Oregon Visual Artists - Assemblage

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'At the heart of my work is a fascination with artifacts, culture and color. I seek objects that transcend time and culture and work to translate their truths into a modern expression. Ideas come to me often like Muses in the night. I work with these inspirations through a variety of mixed media - paint, pastels, clay and sculptural surface treatments. When I discover an object or artifact, I see a vision for the whole painting. It is then I begin to unfold its story. Itís as if working with the artifacts causes a merging with peoples of a different time and space, connecting me to them through their objects. My use of color of is directly related to time. Time creates art and is one of the greatest artists. It takes me as its partner to uncover the beauty in the mundane and the holy.' Click to visit Cathy Dorris Studios website.

Cathy Dorris Studios


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  • www.cathydorris.com
  • Phone: 541.840.8421
  • 106 Talent Ave., Talent
At the heart of my work is a fascination with artifacts, culture and color. I seek objects that transcend time and culture and work to translate their truths into a modern expression through a variety of mixed media Ė paint, pastels, clay and sculptural surface treatments. My use of color of is directly related to time, which creates art and is one of the greatest artists, taking me as its partner to uncover the beauty in the mundane and the holy.
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Wendy Gell

  • Fashion Jewelry Designer
  • Phone: 541.535.1954† 
  • Talent
Wendy Gell is best known for her sumptuous costume jewelry, particularly her "wristy" (a wide, bejewelled cuff bracelet), which has been worn by movie stars, supermodels and television personalities. Wendy and her jewelry have been featured on the Oprah Show and numerous fashion magazine covers. Wendy is also a painter and creates mixed media collage pieces encrusted with jewels and found objects, which she calls "Gelastic Art."
Artist Roxanne Evans Stout of Keno, Oregon works in encaustic and assemblage / collage using natural materials and found objects to create poignant scenes and memoirs. Her blog is thoughtful with a dreamy edge and well worth reading. Click to visit Roxanne Evans Stout's website for a great read and lots of beautiful pictures of her art

Roxanne Evans Stout


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  • River Garden Studio
  • Phone: 541.883.7686
  • Keno, Oregon
A mixed media artist, I am inspired by the natural history of the mountains and river lands in Southern Oregon. I love collage and book arts and have shown my art throughout the US and locally at Illahe Gallery in Ashland and Paschal Winery in Talent. I have been published in online collaborations and art zines, nationally in Cloth Paper Scissors, and I'm a featured artist in "The Pulse of Mixed Media" by Seth Apter. I also teach and design art workshops.
Under the wing of 'Lefty' Dimaggio, a carpenter friend of his father's, Curtis Keeler was given scrap wood, guidance and a few tools to build with as a youth. A thirty plus year career in carpentry evolved into a second career in designing and building cabinets and furniture pieces with the accent on primitives. He is a veteran trained as a Photographic Interpretor/Cartographer and served in Viet Nam. Curtis is widely recognized as a Master Carpenter/Craftsman and has worked on projects for Clint Eastwood, Paul Anka, Doris Day, the 'Doc' Ricketts family, and The Whaling House in Monterey. Lead Carpenter/Foreman Remodel of the Year of a 1910 Craftsman in Piedmont, California 2001, as an integral part of a team resulting in three Sunset Covers. Curtis currently paints daily.

Curtis Keeler

  • Phone: 541.621.0667
  • Jacksonville
Under the wing of "Lefty" Dimaggio, Curtis Keeler was given scrap wood, guidance and a few tools to build with as a youth. A 30+ year career in carpentry evolved into a second career designing and building cabinets and furniture pieces with the accent on primitives. He is a veteran trained as a Photographic Interpretor/Cartographer and served in Viet Nam. Widely recognized as a Master Carpenter/Craftsman, Curtis has worked on projects for Clint Eastwood, Paul Anka, Doris Day, the "Doc" Ricketts family, and The Whaling House in Monterey. Curtis currently paints daily.
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