Thursday, April 20, 2017

A Sampling of Our Style

Just a sample of works by a number of our member artists. Drop in soon to see what's on display thru April. 

A new exhibit will open on May 3. May and June will feature the works of Angela Ridgway in our main gallery; with paintings in May by High Desert Art League artists, and in June by Beaverton High School emerging artists. Lots of exciting art now and in the months ahead!


 Abstract Acrylic by Wendy Givens


 Mixed Media by Michael Kelly


 Wooden Sculpture by Sam Hingston


 Pastel Painting by Gretha Lindwood


 Glass Bowl by Vicki Green


 Abstract Watercolor by Donna Sanson


 Naked Raku by Kris Paul


 Encaustic Monotype by Dianne Erickson


Unglazed Earthenware by Thom Caccamo


High quality, wild variety, reasonable prices - all original, all local artists!


Felting Demonstration on April 25

Our final artist demo for the month of April is scheduled for Tuesday @ Two, April 25, and will feature Patricia Rehm and her felting process. The demo is free and Patricia is warm and friendly. You will love her work, and appreciate it even more once you see her process. Hats, purses, scarves - Patricia makes them all!





More demos will be scheduled in June. Check our website for details. 

Unique Gifts for Friends and Family by Guest Artists


Our Spring Boutique continues with a wild selection of artisan gifts for graduates, brides/grooms, teachers, friends, and of course the mothers in our lives. Give something special - something made by hand, something created by a local artist, something that is one-of-a-kind, something that shows you took the time and made the effort to select a meaningful gift to honor someone you love.

Embossed metal frames, stunning decorative ceramics, gold/silver jewelry, woven and hand-dyed scarves, and more by ten guest artists. Available thru April 29. 




























Thursday, April 13, 2017

For The Love Of Glass - Jim Scheller

Jim Scheller's glass art as it was presented at the Marietta/Cobb Museum show in Marietta Georgia. Congratulations, Jim! 


See more of Jim's work during our regular gallery hours - Tuesday thru Saturday, 11 to 6 p.m. 

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Photography & Embossed Metal

In addition to all the items highlighted previously about our Spring Boutique, I want to bring your attention to the work of Russell J. Young and Barb Sedgwick.

Russell is a man of many talents - poet, set designer, story teller, and photographer. He is currently selling several of his framed photos, copies of one of his books, and photo greeting cards in our boutique. His book, In The Mist, is a collaboration with seven esteemed Oregon poets. Russell says it, "binds together poetry and photography in a relationship in which one is not excluded from the other, but rather both are met and bound and emerge as a new wholeness; a wholeness seeking that which is hidden in the mist and that which is revealed: silence, memory, breath."




Russell's book and a large print of one of his painterly photographs, along with three of Barb's embossed aluminum frames, are shown in the photo below.




Barb creates small decorative pieces of art featuring embellished copper, aluminum, and/or pewter. Anything from jewelry boxes, picture frames, switch plates, etc. She is a frequent guest artist whose work is always well received, always well priced, and often sells quickly. 







Spring Boutique Launches Strong

We started off with strong sales at our guest boutique this weekend; however there's still a lot to choose from. If you're looking for gifts, you'll want to stop by to see the lovely things we have for sale.

If you love ceramics, we've got ceramics. Check out the work of 
Susan Gallacher-Turner and Tim Havens - 

And if you love fiber art, we have that as well. 
Reiko Archer and Peg Silloway offer beautiful woven and felted scarves.


Susan Gallacher-Turner


 Peg Silloway


 Reiko Archer


Tim Havens




In addition to our guest artists, member artists Patricia Rehm and Kris Paul work in wool and silk; and Kris and Thom Caccamo create works in clay. 

Friday, April 7, 2017

Two Events - One Day

Reminder:  Saturday, April 8, will be a busy day in the gallery.

We invite you to join us for an afternoon reception for our Guest Spring Boutique from 1 to 4 p.m. Enjoy light refreshments as you shop for artisan gifts designed and made by ten local artists.



Return at 5 o'clock for an intimate art talk by our current featured artist, Michael Kelly. Michael will talk about the materials he uses and the thought process behind his multi-media pieces.

At both events, you'll have an opportunity to sign up for April's remaining Tuesdays @ Two Demos - Drawing, Watercolor, and Felting. The demos are free, fun, and informative - but seating is limited. Check with the staffing artist to reserve a space.

More About Our Guest Spring Boutique

If you love jewelry, we have jewelry!

Heather John, of Heather Belle Jewelry, describes her work as "elegant gemstone jewelry with an edge. Each piece brings together my sense of wonder for natural gemstones and my love for refined design."







Deb Steele says, "My designs reflect the things I love, often taking buyers into the garden, to the oceanside or travel destinations."






Work by these two guest artists will be available in the gallery thru April 29.

Reception for Spring Boutique - April 8, 1 - 4

If you love bold color, we have bold color.
We have it on reverse paintings on glass by Ann Altman and 
on whimsical glass garden stakes by Vicki Green.
It's on Carolyn Woody's angel dolls, glass magnets, and 
cute little Kokeshi doll necklaces.

So if you love color and whimsy and fun, 
you'll find lots to choose from at our Guest Spring Boutique.


Carolyn Woody's Origami Art













Paintings by Ann Altman




Glass Garden Stakes by Vicki Green





Thursday, April 6, 2017

Recap of Tuesdays @ Two Demo by Dianne Erickson

Dianne gets a gold star for her encaustic monotype demonstration on Tuesday. First she shared a variety of monotypes she had previously created including a scroll and a figurative image she calls "Bill" - it reminds her of Bill Gates. She shared some of her materials and techniques, then gave each attendee an opportunity to create their own nonobjective monotype. After a short break, Dianne showed how she often uses walnut oil and India ink to go back into the piece and experiment even more. Once again, she offered a hands-on experience for everyone to see for themselves how the original wax application reacts with the oil and ink. A fun and informational afternoon thanks to Dianne! 

A recent addition to AOB, Dianne has five framed encaustic monotypes currently on exhibit.

Contact the gallery at info@artonbroadway to reserve a space for future Tuesdays @ Two Demos - drawing, watercolor, and felting. Seating is limited.




















Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Planning Is Underway for Washington County Open Studios

Although it doesn't take place until October, registration for Washington County Open Studios Tour is now underway. Typically about 50 artists from throughout the county register for the event which takes place the third weekend in October. They open their art studios to the public and share their creative process with everyone who visits. The tour is free and the Tour Guide is free. It's a wonderful way to spend a fall weekend. Mark your calendar now and save the dates. More news about the tour and where to get a copy of the Tour Guide will be posted as that information becomes available.


Thumbnails From 2016 Tour

Friday, March 24, 2017

Carli Schultz Will Show @ Gathering of the Guilds



Member artist, Carli Schultz, will once again participate in the wonderful Gathering of the Guilds show, which happens every year at the Oregon Convention Center. She has participated in the show since 2007 as part of the Oregon Glass Guild but this year decided to participate as a member of CMAG, the Creative Metal Arts Guild.  

Carli looks forward to sharing her new work with you so stop by her booth and say hi! And don't forget you can always find a selection of Carli's jewelry at Art On Broadway Gallery.

Gathering of the Guilds
April 21-24
Oregon Convention Center:
 Hall A






Thursday, March 23, 2017

Gallery Member Michael Kelly Makes The News

Michael Kelly just received news that his self portrait was accepted into the Intentional 2017 Spring Exhibit at the Emerald Art Gallery, 500 Main St., Springfield, Oregon. This is a national juried competition and it is an honor for an artist to be included. The exhibit runs from May 2 thru June 3. 

In the meantime, Michael's show, Timeless, continues to be featured at Art On Broadway. Sign up on our Contact page to reserve a spot at Michael's April 8 art talk presentation starting at 5 p.m. 







Wednesday, March 22, 2017

April's Annual Spring Boutique

Each spring we invite up to 15 guest artists to bring us an inventory of their work to expand on our selection of gift items in the gallery. This April's boutique will offer jewelry, scarves, photography, greeting cards, functional and decorative ceramics, paper collage and paint-on-glass paintings, and more. It's a perfect time to purchase graduation, bridal shower, wedding, anniversary, teacher, birthday, and - of course - Mother's Day gifts in our friendly, relaxing gallery. 

Tim Havens, Sine Morse, Barb Sedgwick, Peg Silloway, Carolyn Woody, and Russell Young are back this year with more of their artwork; and Ann Altman, Reiko Archer, Susan Gallacher-Turner, Heather John, Olga Ivkin and Deb Steele will join them as first time boutique artists. All are local and offer gifts created by the hand and imagination of each artist!

The boutique will open on Wednesday, April 5, and continue through April 29. We will host an afternoon reception from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 8. Light refreshments will be offered.


Paper Art by Carolyn Woody


Functional Porcelain by Susan Gallacher-Turner


Whimsical Paintings by Ann Altman


Silver and Stone Jewelry by Heather John


Decorative Ceramics by Tim Havens