For PNWS Members Only! This is an invitational show for our membership! Don’t miss this INCREDIBLE Show Opportunity at the #1 ranked hotel spa in the continental US according to Travel & Leisure Magazine; The Allison Inn & Spa This summer The Allison Inn & Spa, ART Elements Gallery and the Pacific Northwest Sculptors will [...]
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Lanny Bergner is at the Chehalem Cultural Center showing “Primordial Muse” until June 30th. The installation surrounds and immerses the viewer in Lanny’s art and the installation is a work of art in itself. You can see the show and also do some wine tasting or just wine country sight seeing. Rex Hill, Sokol Blosser, [...]
Submitted by PNWS member Jim Talt 500 acres of gently rolling hills, meadows, and woodlands populated with monumental sculpture; this is Storm King Art Center in the Hudson River Valley region of New York. Visitors can wander the property as they please, picnic, snooze in a field, sketch, imagine and marvel at this uplifting outdoor [...]
The following article is from the Bend Bulletin. Bronze bird swiped in Redmond 100-pound heron statue was part of public art program By Erik Hidle / The Bulletin Published: March 15. 2012 4:00AM PST REDMOND — An art thief targeted a bronze heron statue displayed in downtown Redmond this week, lopping off the $8,400 bird [...]
Portlands Museum of Art has two new eye-catching special exhibits installed thru Sep 11. Admission is $15 or $12 if you are 55+. Parking is easy on weekends at numerous “all day for $6 after 10:30 am” garages. ‘Contemporary Northwest Art Awards” exhibition showcases seven artists (four of which are sculptors!); Chris Antemann, John Buck, John [...]
“Heart Connection”, (powder coated steel sculpture) by Alisa Looney of NE Portland was chosen “Community Favorite 2010″ by public vote and was purchased by Arts Downtown, Puyallup’s Outdoor Gallery. On Saturday, November 6th, 2010, Judy White, Director of Arts Downtown dedicated the brightly colored sculpture to the city of Puyallup WA for their permanent collection. [...]