OREGON ART GALLERIES
Oregon art gallery guide and listing of fine art galleries in the state of Oregon.
These art galleries feature contemporary art and traditional fine art, glass art, prints, sculpture,
fine art photography and other types of visual art. If you are interested in collecting art or would
like to purchase art, these are art galleries where you can find artwork in Oregon.
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The Interstate I-5 Corridor
I-5 is mostly straight and flat, but between Ashland and Portland, Oregon you'll find an exit away to art communities worth exploring. Salem's idyllic setting,
on the Willamette River, in the heart of the emerald valley, is a hub for politics, historical sites, and culture. For our art enthusiasts, visit the impressive
Pacific Northwest collection at the Hallie Ford Art Museum. Eugene is an inspirational paradise to college students for its natural environment, recreational
opportunities, and focus on the arts; giving Eugene the slogan, "A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors." Ashland exudes a vibrant art scene that matches it
surrounding majestic landscapes. The city hosts festivals for all seasons, with Christmas celebrations, a film festival in the spring, a classical music festival
in summer, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in the fall.
Portland Art Galleries
Salem Art Galleries
Elsinore Gallery & Framing
Mary Lou Zeek Gallery
Roger Yost Gallery
Eugene Art Galleries
Karin Clarke Gallery
Maude Kerns Art Center
The O'Brien Photo Imaging Gallery
White Lotus Gallery
Ashland Art Galleries
Art & Soul Gallery
Ashland Art Center
Ashland Art Works
Hanson Howard Gallery
Houston's Custom Framing & Fine Art
Schneider Museum of Art
Central Oregon Art Galleries
Bend Art Galleries
The Bend art community is an oasis of rich culture and history. Downtown and Old Mill District participate in First Friday Gallery walks.
The last Saturday, of each month, Iron Works Art District, hosts an art walk. Monthly, the city hosts multiple cultural events, festivals,
and public art displays allowing plenty of opportunity for art travelers, and collectors to be involved in the art community.
Sisters is named after its three towering peaks. This charming and small-town ambience is known for its beer spa and annual rodeo.
Sunriver is a premier, unforgettable vacation destination with fine dining, fine art, mountain lakes, Newberry Volcano, cross country
ski trails, golf courses, spas, and trails for horseback riding, hiking, and biking.
The Workhouse promotes the values of grassroots craft culture focusing on high-quality, locally-made, art that offers diverse options for conscientious buyers.
We aim to demystify the art-making process through interaction with our studio artists and workshops. A platform for local artists to get back to work: as well as a place of exchange between
artists and their community, providing a retail gallery, on-site studios, events and educational programming for Bend and Central Oregon.
A6 Studio & Gallery
DeWilde Art Glass
Jeffrey Murray Photography
Karen Bandy Studio
Lubbesmeyer Studio and Gallery
Red Chair Gallery
Rodes Smithey Studio
Sage Custom Framing & Gallery
Stuart's of Bend
Tumalo Art Company
Sisters Art Galleries
Canyon Creek Pottery
Cha For The Finest Gallery
High Desert Gallery
Hood Avenue Art
Ken Scott's Imagination
Jill Neal Art Gallery
Raven Makes Gallery
Sisters Art Works
Sisters Gallery and Frame Shop
Sunriver Art Galleries
Artists' Gallery Sunriver
Sunriver Lodge Betty Gray Gallery
The Wooden Jewel
Bend Area Art Organizations
The High Desert Museum
High Desert Art League
Oregon Coast Art Galleries
The Oregon Coast is more than a place, it's a state of mind. It's a major destination for its spectacular beaches, sea life, and art.
It has a reputation for its drives, hikes, accommodations, fresh seafood and friendly, creative vibes. Cannon Beach is a picturesque
destination with the distinctive Haystack Rock and Needles marking its shoreline which provide a great natural resource for art inspiration.
Florence is known for its Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area with ATV and sandboarding activities Hecta Head Lighthouse, Sea Lion Caves, and casinos.
Cannon Beach Art Galleries
Bronze Coast Gallery
Brian McEneny Woodcarving Gallery
Cannon Beach Arts Association Gallery
Dragonfire Studio and Gallery
Jeffrey Hull Gallery
Modern Villa Gallery
Florence Art Galleries
Blue Heron Gallery
The River Gallery
Eastern Oregon Art Galleries
Joseph Art Galleries
Located in the NE corner of Oregon, Joseph is surrounded by pristine and wild wilderness. Once you discover it, you'll understand why Chief Joseph
spent his life trying to get Wallowa Lake and the mountains back for his people. It's a town worth visiting filled with more art than restaurants.
Joseph is, especially, famous as the "Bronze Valley of Oregon" -- seven life-size, finely detailed bronze outdoor sculptures along Joseph's "Artwalk."
Joseph, Oregon in The New York Times.
Aspen Grove Gallery
David Jensen Photography
Cattle Country Quilts
Into the Wilderness Gallery
Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
Kelly's Gallery of Fine Art
Lamb Trading Company
Stewart Jones Designs - Jewelry & Gallery
Uptown Art Gallery
Valley Bronze Gallery
Enterprise Art Galleries
Parks Bronze Foundry
Skylight Gallery & Book Loft
Other Oregon Art Galleries
Art Adventure Gallery (Madras)
Freed Gallery (Lincoln City)
Lawrence Gallery Salishan (Gleneden Beach)
Lawrence Gallery Sheridan (Sheridan)
Lightbox Photographic Gallery (Astoria)
River Gallery (Independence)
The Spiral Gallery (Estacada)
Alfred Stone - Paintings & Mixed Media
The imagery, themes and concepts in which Al work with are culturally-rooted, extending his interest in both anthropology and the environment.
His focus is questioning perception, the act of looking and using the visual to compare contexts within culture, and using culture as a mode of
measurement that allows for no “absolutes. He sees our world as a participatory universe in which our awareness of physical phenomena is defined
by the questions we ask of them. Email: email@example.com, website:
Camille Youngquist - Paintings
Growing up on the coast of California my main inspiration has always been the ocean whether it be the tropics, rugged California coastlines or the untamed Pacific Northwest.
My paintings are color driven where I like to build color, layer upon layer, to often reveal seascapes in vivid palettes portraying reality combined with imagination.
I create organically and intuitively, never knowing the actual outcome of each project until the creative process has evolved into a finished product.
I am heavily influenced by surf culture and the notion of "paradise found". My style is a combination of hyperrealism,
impressionism and is incredibly color driven. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website:
Jane Levy Campbell - Paintings
Bryan Cox - Photography
Ralph Davis - Paintings / Mixed Media
Shawn Demarest - Paintings
Michael Gibbons - Paintings
Manifest Photography LLC - Photography
Becky Miller - Paintings
Alfred Stone - Paintings & Mixed Media
Jim Warren - Paintings
Hilary Winfield - Paintings
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Stoots Fine Photography (Portland)
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