Author: SARINA DORIE for The Chronicle

No Art Walk? No problem

Art aplenty despite no formal event SPRINGFIELD – During the winter months, the Springfield’s Second Friday Art Walk often has fewer venues participating because there aren’t as many art enthusiasts interested in walking from building to building in the cold and rain. For that reason, Island Park Gallery at Willamalane’s[Read More…]

You be the judge

Mayor’s Art Show exhibits imagination, reflection SPRINGFIELD – Art is one of those subjective experiences—not everyone can agree on what makes art the best or how to scientifically, factually determine why it might resonate with one person and not another. Sometimes we examine a juried show, and we completely disagree[Read More…]

Art from the heart

“Bob Cats” by Karen Pidgeon at the City Hall Gallery.   When a viewer looks at art, it is often the subject matter, colors, or ability to capture a flower or landscape realistically that fill one with wonder and awe. We find this art beautiful, and we hang it on[Read More…]

Abundance of talent at Springfield art walk

“Opal” by Uyen-Thi Nguyen, watercolor. ‘Lady Marigold” by Trish Krambeal, Black light interactive art. “Sacrificial Lambs” by Ellen Furstner, mixed media. Jean Scobie’s acrylic and ink outdoor scenes. Warmer weather, convenient transportation, an anniversary celebration, and more business participation increased attendance during the Springfield Second Friday Art Walk. With the[Read More…]