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Visual Arts

Portland artist Hannah Concannon

Portland artist Hannah Concannon

March 31, 2017 / Visual Arts

Just in time for spring, April’s Visual Arts profile spotlights Hannah Concannon. She discusses how she utilizes vibrant colors in her work through costuming, makeup and self-portraiture.

Portland artist Christina Mrozik

Portland artist Christina Mrozik

February 3, 2017 / Visual Arts

In this month’s Visual Arts profile, poet naturalist and surrealist illustrator Christina Mrozik discusses how she has drawn inspiration from nature, travel and humility.

Portland artist V. Rivera

Portland artist V. Rivera

January 2, 2017 / Visual Arts

With the use of monochromatic color and intricate lines, the characters in V. Rivera’s works seem to come to life with select splashes of stunning color.

Portland artist Lacey Brown

Portland artist Lacey Brown

December 2, 2016 / Visual Arts

In this month’s Visual Arts profile, hairstylist Lacey Brown discusses the art of collaborating with her clients on the way to expression.

Portland photographer Joshua Zirschky

Portland photographer Joshua Zirschky

October 4, 2016 / Visual Arts

Joshua Zirschky’s photography portrays the struggle and humanity in daily life from war-torn countries around the world. In this month’s Visual Arts profile, he tells us why the voices and experiences of people he’s crossed paths with are indispensable.

Ryan Berkley

Ryan Berkley

September 2, 2016 / Visual Arts

This month’s Visual Arts feature profiles Ryan Berkley, who discusses his artistic and business partnership with his wife Lucy, his self-taught drawing style and how he deals with copycats.

Scott Erickson

Scott Erickson

August 2, 2016 / Visual Arts

In this month’s visual arts profile, we speak to Portland’s Scott Erickson about embracing live art and his use of Catholic iconography.

Portland Street Artist mr SAY

Portland Street Artist mr SAY

July 5, 2016 / Visual Arts

In this month’s Visual Arts feature, we talk to Portland street artist mr SAY about his craft, the shifting reputation of street art and the battle against blank concrete.

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