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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Monotype Party for Oregon Society of Artists

I’m thrilled to be participating in this unique art event to support Oregon Society of Artists here in Portland. You are invited to attend the reception at OSA this Saturday evening, Dec. 3rd, from 6 – 8pm. I am one of over thirty Portland-area artists who will be making original prints during the day to be sold that evening to support this valued Arts Organization. 

A Unique Fund Raiser for Oregon Society of Artists
Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016

Since 1926 the Oregon Society of Artists has been promoting the in Oregon by providing exhibit opportunities, educational programing, and art related projects in our Portland community.  

Read more about OSA here. 

Our first annual OSA Monotype Party- Fund Raiser was conceived as a fund raiser that continues to build and strengthen the organization’s tradition as a center for Oregon’s artistic community.  Thirty Portland-area artists will be creating unique Monotypes at OSA throughout the day, culminating in an exhibition and fund-raiser that evening from 6 – 8pm.

What is a Monotype?
Scott Gellatly, Chasing Sunset, monotype on paper

Monotypes are a natural extension from painting to printmaking – it is the most painterly method among of printmaking and is often called “the painterly print.”

Saturday, Dec 3, Schedule of Events: 
7 am – 5pm: Watch artists create Monotypes in the OSA Studio. Open to the public. (No sales prior to 6pm).
6pm - 8pm: Reception and Fund Raiser. Purchased prints go home with buyers. Friends, family, collectors, everyone is welcome!
 
Oregon Society of Artists
2185 SW Park Place
Portland, Oregon 97205