Opening Reception October 18, 2013: 5-7pm

In the downstairs Galleries :: Take a Tour

A Distinguished Line: Tracing Dürer’s Printmaking Legacies from Rembrandt to Picasso

An exhibition of sixty-seven fine art prints by many of history’s greatest printmakers, drawn from private and public collections in the Willamette Valley and curated by University of Oregon doctoral student Lisa Calevi.
“How wonderful it would be if, with the help of God, I could already see the works of the great masters of the future.” – Albrecht Dürer c. 1520.
Special thanks for nine works provided by OSU ART Print Collection at Oregon State University in Corvallis and for framing services provided by Raven Frame Works, Inc. Eugene, Oregon.

In the Uno E Richter Atrium Gallery :: Take a Tour

For the Birds: Bird Art Show

Outstanding bird art by four South Coast artists specializing in avian depictions. Exhibiting Artists: Lois Miller – photography, Dale Karstetter – bird carving, Ron Wright – bird carving, and Kimberly Wurster – painting.

In the Mabel Hansen Gallery :: Take a Tour

Sharon Wise Fine Art

Color and clarity in floral and still life watercolors by Sharon Wise, Murphy, Oregon artist. Sharon was the winner of the 2012 CAM Biennial Exhibition and by popular acclaim selected for this exhibition.

In the Clare Wehrle Community Gallery :: Take a Tour

Fine Art Prints from CAM’s Printmaking Studio

Works produced in the museum’s own workshops and open studio programs.


Hanging Out with Rembrandt

Children’s prints from the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Printmaking Camp


Plein Air Paint Out

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