Three Artists – December Art in the Lobby
Becca Yeaglin – Hand Woven Photography. Each piece is done in Yeaglin’s Portland, Oregon studio. She starts off with a sepia and color image, then slices each one up: sometimes cutting big strips and sometimes smaller ones, making each piece unique. Next, she hand weaves the two pieces together, lining up the images. Then she sticks the image down onto a board. All materials are acid free and archival. Weaving the two images together is a way to wave time, and puts an interesting twist on the way we see the world around us.
Becca works at frames@Art Heads at SE 50th & Hawthorne.
Julia Gardner – Urban Scapes Series. Julia’s UrbanScapes series consists of hand-colored prints on wood panel that feature familiar Portland cityscapes and urban street signs. Each hand colored print begins as a multi-layered collage set in resin that becomes three dimensional in feel as each layer creates a larger depth of field.
Joanne Radmilovich Kollman is a Northwest painter. See the NECC front desk for more information if you would like to apply to display for 2015.
Joanne current curates the NECC Gallery Space. Contact for commissions or to view additional work for purchase at email@example.com or www.joannekollman.com. She also offers private and small group instruction as well as elementary and high school residencies.