Sherwood, OR, is an Artist Cooperative Gallery. It was founded in 2007 by Odge Gribble, a long time resident and Cheerleader for Sherwood. The goal of the gallery is to provide a space for local artists to show their work and to promote the Arts within Sherwood.
Newberg, OR, the gallery is a contemporary mix with colorful abstracts, local and regional land-scapes with a focus on the agriculture of the Willamette Valley. They carry art glass, photography, pastels, paintings, mixed media, sculpture, fine crafts and ceramics, furniture and jewelry.
Beaverton, OR, was founded in 1963 by a group of 10 artists who shared the idea of having a working, teach-ing gallery, a place for exhibition and instruction. Today, we are home to many Oregon artists. Several of our artists have been with the gallery for many years.
is located in the heart of historic downtown Forest Grove on Main Street, just one block west of Pacific University. As one of the oldest non-profit art galleries in the Pacific Northwest, we feature over 200 es-tablished and emerging local artists that live and work within a 200 mile radius.
located adjacent to the SCRAP Reuse Store, the Re:Vision Art Gallery hosts monthly and bi-monthly exhibits of art made from at least 75% reclaimed or recycled materials. The SCRAP gallery is open daily from 11am to 6pm.