From an operatic baritone to a bit and spur craftsman to everything in between, Oregon Art Beat is an Emmy award winning weekly television series produced by OPB. It profiles artists, musicians, and artisans, and suggests upcoming events in the Oregon community.
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Eric Boyer; Farnell Newton; Ginberry
Darren Orange; Steve LaRiccia - Steampunk; On View Now: Venice; Beth Wood
Shine a Light; Mary Josephson; David Schwarz; Grace Weston
Adam Baker; High Desert Museum; Brenna Tyler; Tim George
Diane Russell; Robert Adams; On View Now: Francis Bacon; Chris Botti
Willy Vlautin; Eva Lake; Matthew Dennison
Cameron Kaseberg uses an old fashioned technique of solvent transfer to create new pieces.
Samir Khurshid; Tony Furtado; Cameron Kaseberg; Art in the High Desert
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Journalist Robert Krulwich reads William Stafford's "For My Young Friends Who Are Afraid."
Trumpeter Farnell Newton plays, composes and teaches.
Eric Boyer sculpts with wire mesh, creating human forms and abstract shapes.
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Darren Orange is a painter inspired by the ocean and the colors around him.
A tour of the Venice exhibition at Portland Art Museum with curator Dawson W. Carr, Ph.D.
Beth Wood describes herself as a “barefoot acoustic enthusiast".
Down in Eugene, Steve LaRiccia updates steampunk, making elaborate designs.