Island Park Art Gallery is a two-dimension exhibition space with new artists rotating every two months. The gallery is located inside Willamalane Adult Activity Center. We welcome local artists of various styles, mediums, and experience to participate in our gallery exhibits.
The gallery reception is the first stop on the Downtown Springfield Second Friday Art Walk. After enjoying the exhibit, visitors can take a complimentary shuttle downtown to enjoy the rest of the art walk. The shuttle will run continuously until 7 p.m.
Island Park Art Gallery is sponsored by Providence Health Plan.
Merideth Ferrell and Kimmer Morrison: Themes of Nature
Free reception: Friday, Aug. 9, 5-7 p.m.
Focus on the beauty and tranquility of nature as artists Ferrell and Morrison showcase birds, gardens, and landscapes. As friends for many years, they have tried many mediums, and the exhibit includes pastel, acrylic, and watercolor.
Eliza Williams: Animals and Portraits
Eliza Williams paints with a figurative contemporary style that has a simplistic, yet complex look. She achieves this through her unique usage of decisive brushstrokes, color palette and texture. Her work is said to be emotional and expressive. The subject matter is mainly portraiture.
Exhibit: 10/2–11/21, regular center hours
Free reception: Friday, 10/11, 5–7 p.m.
Daniel Schlender: Oregon’s Special Places
Emphasis on capturing the essence of the diversity of abundant waterfalls within Oregon. Water is a strong attractant in any landscape, and in the case of moving and falling water it becomes an irresistible attraction. All are photographic medium.
Exhibit: 12/4–1/30, regular center hours
Free reception: Friday, 12/13, 5–7 p.m.
Would you like to show at Island Park Gallery? Email the gallery coordinator.