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Portland Eugene

     
Serving 3-D & clay artists in the Pacific Northwest and beyond since 1965

 

Georgies Portland Gallery

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Now showing Cathi Newlin Ceramics
Galley Show "Army of Monsters"

Gallery Showing January 4 to March 7, 2017

We will have special opening reception on Saturday January 14th with finger food and coffee, so stop by and check us out!

I'm exploring new materials, new aesthetics and new and looser ways of expressing myself. Its time to stop being so literal - at least for now. The result is the Army of Monsters


 

Potter's Council - Gallery Show October 19-22, 2016

Artwork is on display now through Saturday from the presenting artists: Jan McKeachie Johston & Randy Johnston, Matina Lantin, and Sarah Pike. Go to our facebook page for details or click on the link on our home page. All gallery items will be for sale on Saturday only.

We will have special store sales on Saturday only, so stop by and check us out!

 

 

Previously: Michael Gonzales - from October 2016

Come in to see dinosaur skulls created by the talented Michael Gonzales. Opening reception will be Saturday, August 13th, 2016 from 2-4pm in our Portland store. The show is up now and will be open until October 5th, 2016.

 

Previously: Marriah House -from May, 2016

Marriah House Marriah House

 

These works are the collaborative efforts of husband and wife team Jeff and Donna Pinto. Together they create whimsical totems and garden sculptures using Georgies
G-Mix 6 clay and Georgies glazes.
Take a peek at some of their work: Marriah House Studio

 

 

Images from our "Spooky" Halloween show 2015

David Rosenstein Andrew Kail Chris Schwartz Todd Whitlock Sol Zimmerdahl
Sharon Norman Rosey Covert Stephanie Burton Michael Gonzales Marcia Smith

 

2015 Georgies' Student Show

Georgies Student Exhibition featuring ceramic works from our very own Portland studio students. Support your local aspiring artists and come see what we're making in the Georgies studio through September 29th.


Previously: Tamae Frame

Seen in our gallery January through March 2014
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Born in Japan, Tamae Frame is a sculptor who works with ceramics and her art represents her inner experiences. Much like how the dream world works, her creative process begins when she starts paying attention to the faint notions that dangle from within her consciousness; then, she composes those ideas into a sculptural form. She can express a variety of styles in order to convey her ever-changing inner world. Tamae takes advantage of the three-dimensional art form to impart her message; most of her work will need to be viewed from different angles in order to get their full meaning.

Small image of Tamae Frame sculpture

She [also] creates mystical figures whose bodies are connected with other organisms; they are one of the expressions of the many dimensions of her psyche.

Small image of Tamae Frame sculpture
Tamae Frame uses Georgies clays, glazes, and Interactive Pigments in her work.

 


Georgies Employees Annual Show from 2014

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Stoneware pitcher by RJ Tonneson Raku by Morgan Blackwind Art dolls by Dana Bakke Pendants by Sol Zimmerdahl.
Cone 6 Pitcher • RJ Tonneson Morgan Blackwind • Raku Dana Bakke • Art Dolls Sol Zimmerdahl • Pendants
 
Decal-printed pottery by Andrew Kail. Decal-printed pottery by Andrew Kail. Gas-fired cone 10 pottery by Chris Schwartz. Gas-fired cone 10 pottery by Chris Schwartz.
Andrew Kail
Printed Pottery
Andrew Kail
Printed Pottery
Chris Schwartz
Gas-Fired Pottery
Chris Schwartz
Gas-Fired Pottery
 
Cone 6 Pottery by Wil Labelle Cone 6 Pottery by Wil Labelle Cone 6 Pottery by Wil Labelle Dinnerware by Merry Newcomer.
Wil Labelle • ^6 Pottery Wil Labelle • ^6 Pottery Wil Labelle • ^6 Pottery Merry Newcomer
Dinnerware
 
Sculpture by Sol Zimmerdahl Christmas Ornaments by Maria Sampson Christmas Ornaments by Maria Sampson
Sol Zimmerdahl
Sculpture
Maria Sampson
Ornaments
Maria Sampson
Ornaments
"Coooool!"
 
Magnets by Maria Sampson Handbuilt Pottery by Stephanie Burton Handbuilt Pottery by Stephanie Burton Handbuilt Pottery by Pamela Beach
Maria Sampson
Magnets
Stephanie Burton
Handbuilt Pottery
Stephanie Burton
Handbuilt Pottery
Pamela Beach
Handbuilt Pottery

Did you know that many of us who work here are also artists in our own right? Our interests vary widely, and include art dolls, gas-fired pottery, handbuilt functional work with intricate texture and detail, sculpture, sculptural functional ware, and raku. We invite you to wander through our store gallery next time you come shopping, and see what we do. Many (or most) of these pieces are for sale, and would make good gifts!


Anya Jackson: Handbuilt Ceramics

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Small image of footed bowl by Anya Jackson. Small image of sgraffito bowl by Anya Jackson. Small image of footed pinch pot by Anya Jackson.

For as long as I can remember, I have been drawn to surface design and embellishment. My father is Egyptian, and I grew up in a home filled with Arabic design. On our family travels, my girl's eye would gaze up into the dome of a mosaic-encrusted cathedral, explore intricately carved recesses of a mosque, or flow cross beautifully painted tile walls. Design became ingrained in my every creative expression.

Using the surface of the clay as a canvas, I lightly freehand draw the design onto a dry layer of slip or underglaze which has been applied to the leather-hard clay surface. An assortment of miniature tools are used to expose the color of the clay beneath. The result is an image defined by high contrast. The piece is then fired to bisque 04 (1940°F), a clear glaze or no glaze applied, then the final firing is at cone 6 (2232°F).

Seen in our gallery August 2014


Seen in our gallery from June through August , 2014:
Telling Stories: Brooks Pottery

We very much enjoyed hosting a show of the narrative clay work created by Ben & Caroline Brooks. Caroline's figurative work is based on stories drawn from personal experiences, family stories, and folklore from her Austrian-American background. Ben, on the other hand, alters common forms and household objects to infuse them with metaphor. While they employ very different styles, the concepts were intriguing in every piece of their work!

To see more of their work, visit www.brookspottery.com!

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Small image of 'Too Many Choices' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'It's a Circular Argument' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'Common Grounds' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'Domestic Disturbance' by Ben Brooks.
Small image of heart bowls by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'In One Ear' by Caroline Brooks. Small image of 'An Intimate Setting' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'Odd Man Out' by Ben Brooks.
Small image of 'Conformity' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'Internalized' by Ben Brooks. Small image of 'Rabbit Head' by Caroline Brooks. Small image of rabbit heads by Caroline Brooks.

Seen in our gallery from May through June, 2014:
Chris Paulsen

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Seen in our gallery from January through February, 2014
3sevens Pottery
Also showing on Facebook and Etsy Shopping


Interested in Showing Your Work?

Email Gallery@Georgies.com or call to apply at 503.283.1353!


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