Southern Oregon Visual Artists - Charcoal, Ink & Pencil

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Click to visit Adam Bickel's Art & Photography website

Adam Bickel


  • www.adambickel.com
  • Phone: 541.690.6471
  • Central Point

The differences between my art and photography are night and day, like my varied interests. I’m constantly amazed by the serene beauty and magical happenings that happen in Nature. Architecture has always been an interest of mine as well. The juxtaposition of the organic with man-made is most interesting. My drawings and paintings often convey a sensual feel. I depict the beautiful nude female with a simplification of form.
I paint in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolors, sketch and draw in pencil, graphite and ink. I also perform quite a large number of digital renderings.

Kj Cumberbatch


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  • Medford, Oregon

I paint in acrylic, gouache, transparent watercolors, sketch and draw in pencil, graphite and ink. I also perform quite a large number of digital renderings.


Susan DeRosa, artist, landscapes, abstract, contemporary, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, pastels, pencil, pen and ink, abstract expressionism, impressionism,figure 
studies, gestures

Susan DeRosa

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  • Contemporary Artist
  • Phone: 949.338.0729
  • Studio: Jacksonville
My background in art education empha- sizes a strong foundation of classical art training, greatly influencing my artistic focus and direction. My intent is to capture, on paper or canvas, mysterious and thought provoking scenes. Nature with its moods and soft edges has always inspired me to draw and paint abstracts, landscapes or figure studies. My art is in private collections nationwide; I've exhibited in galleries and juried shows in S. California, NW Arkansas and S. Oregon.
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Margaret Stermer-Cox

  • Watercolor Artist
  • stermer-cox.com
  • Talent, Oregon
I begin my watercolor paintings with an idea and a drawing. I build the painting layer by layer, drawing lines and shapes, looking for rhythm and feeling. My color sense is a reflection of my childhood in New Mexico fused with colors from my home in the Northwest. My goal is to go beyond the surface to find joy, wonder and a bit of mystery.
"Native Zoie" watercolor by Kirsten Meriwether.

Kirsten Meriwether

  • Watercolors
  • Medford
I started painting ten years ago, taking classes from other artists and attending life drawing studios. My main medium is watercolor, but I also use oil, acrylic and ink. Recently my work has been evolving into a more abstract representation of subject matter, with an emphasis on design. Living here in Southern Oregon, I am especially interested in my surroundings and all the visual variety there is for an artist here. I welcome commissions.
Artist Eugenia Talbott paints pet portraits, equine art, African big cats, polar bears and much more in oil, watercolor and graphite. Click to visit Eugenia Talbott's Talbott Studios website and see her online art galleries!

Eugenia Talbott

  • www.talbottstudios.com
  • Phone: 541.512.1899
Eugenia Talbott's expertise includes portraits of people and animals—pets, wildlife, and especially images of horses. Ms. Talbott welcomes commissions: she would love to paint a portrait from your own photographs or live sitting—be it human, canine, feline or equine. Visit her website for more examples of her work; be sure to see the beautiful and intriguing images in the African Art section, hand painted room divider screens, and recycled/hand painted furniture.
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Southern Oregon Artists Resource

  • Art Matters! - SOAR's blog
  • Phone: 541.899.2012  
  • Mail: PO Box 914
  • Jacksonville, OR 97530
Founder Hannah West created SOAR to drive traffic to member sites, increase online visibility for our region's art community and promote its members to residents and visitors. Listings are $35/year and include syndication of your blog, posting your classes, shows and events on our online calendar and press releases at our companion blog Art Matters!. We also offer reasonably priced advertising. Let us promote YOU!