May 2014 – March 2015
Art of the Allison Inn & Spa Outdoor Sculpture Show
@ the Allison
May 29 – June 21
June 26 – July 19
July 24 – August 23
Aug. 28 – Sept. 20
Romona Youngquist Oil Paintings
Sept. 25 – Oct. 25
Oct. 30 – Nov. 22
Oil Pastel & Oil Paintings
Nov. 28 – Jan. 10
James DeRosso Monsters & Monster Paintings
Featuring Original Oregon ART
604 E. 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
ART Elements is located in historic downtown Newberg, the gateway to Oregon’s wine country. We are dedicated to showcasing and promoting local and regional artists throughout Oregon. Our portfolio contains a diverse collection of contemporary/modern to impressionistic artwork including: paintings, ceramics, woodwork, sculpture, glass, drawings, photography and jewelry from over 60 Oregon artists.
Owner Loni Parrish graduated with a degree in fine arts from Oregon State University, and has since developed an acclaimed design aesthetic. Loni provides artwork consultation for private residences, businesses, and non-profits throughout the Willamette Valley.
Located in Historic Downtown Newberg in the heart of Oregon Wine Country
paintings & photography
April 24 – May 24, 2014
Artist Reception Thursday April 24th from 5-7 p.m.
Join us for our third solo show featuring our very talented local artist and wine-maker James Frey of Trisaetum Winery. Frey began taking and developing his own photos at the age of twelve. Three years later, he had begun working as a newspaper photojournalist and by the age of sixteen became the youngest recipient to receive an award from the California newspaper association for his work. He continued to work as a photojournalist in order to pay his way through college.
In his late twenties, Frey turned to painting and developed a passion for abstract expressionist works. His paintings of rich, deep hues and vibrant contrast create a powerful sense of color, shape, and energy. In order to create a greater tactile quality, at times Frey likes to incorporate vineyard cuttings and vineyard soil into a piece. “There’s lots of inspiration in what we do in the vineyards and in the winery. The beauty of the Willamette Valley, the chaos of a fermentation and my feeble attempts to control it, the energy of crush...it’s all rather energizing.”