Corvallis Artist, Oregon Artist. Creating Every Day…paintings, web sites, and courses Oregon daily painter, murals and portraits. Corvallis Web Designer / Web Developer. Original abstract landscape oil paintings
My month at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis ends on Oct 21. Please take a look at the wonderful gallery this fellowship has in their sanctuary. It makes a great place to hang work AND worship.
On Nov 1 through Dec 15, I’ll be hanging at Bomb’s Away Cafe on Monroe Street in Corvallis. Then they’ll have me back in February 2009 to show my Food on the Table series.
In July 2009, I’ll be showing at Sam’s Station at the corner of Grant and 28th in Corvallis.
My 8×8 daily paintings are for sale at Etsy. Choose landscapes and still life paintings for your home or office. Paintings are priced at $25 and $50 for these original framed paintings, so they make excellent gifts!
Maldonado’s in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland, Oregon will be selling my portrait and landscape paintings this season.
Sellwood is a refurbished neighborhood in Southeast Portland where you will find many galleries, antique shops, and specialty boutiques, in addition to fantastic food, such as Fat Alberts, Le plangue, and Caprial’s, to name a few.
The new owners of Maldonado’s consign furniture, works of art, locally-made candles, and other artisan gifts.
Visit Sellwood and the store during their community side-walk sale on August 9, 2008. I’ll be there painting and showing more pieces on the South corner Tenino and 13th streets.
Since I live in a one-bedroom apartment with my daughter, room is tight. I noticed a week ago, that I had to move several things just to get in and out of the studio area, cutting down on concentration when my rump knocks something over. Ugh.
So, I’ve rearranged the bedroom/livingroom/diningroom/studio area and found much more room! I now have three easels standing ready and have a small workspace for writing notes.
I have 35 paintings hanging at the OSU’s Women’s Center from now until April 1.
The Women’s Center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9:00am to 5:00pm on Friday, and is located in Benton Annex, the blue house adjacent to Valley Library, on the OSU Campus.
All but two paintings are for sale. In addition, the 8×8 framed panels are for sale in the main room of the Center.
Twelve paintings were sold in the last week to my dear friends Denise, Gregg, Ellen, Karen, Erin, and Cindy and to an anonymous customer at the Bizarre. Thank you all so much!
Hello friends and family :-)
I have painted about 100 paintings in the last 2 years and have many more planned. So I offer to you a big sale which helps me clean out and you to have something new and enjoyable on your wall(s).
My paintings on canvas are half off until Jan 1, 2008 (excludes framed round canvases).
The framed 8×8 square canvasboard paintings are set at just $25 each.
I currently have work hanging at Leading Floral on Madison Ave and at Henderson’s Copies on 2nd Street in Corvallis. Drop by there to take a look at your favorite in person and call me to make a purchase.
Purchase in person or via PayPal. Just click on your favorite at the left, search for it, or scroll through the blog.
I’ve enjoyed your support of my creative endeavors over the years! Have a wonderful winter.
What a busy month! I’m not painting much but am getting myself out into the marketplace. My Reception at Corvallis Montessori School was fun; many friends came by to see my work and I met a few new friends. And I sold a painting! Thank you to Jana and Carol for all their hard work.
June 23, 2006 Corvallis, Oregon — Artist Pam Van Londen is showing acrylic landscapes, seascapes, and cityscapes this summer in the new lobby gallery of Corvallis Montessori School on Greeley Street behind the Garden Center. CMS is open for visitors 8:30am to 5:00pm weekdays throughout its summer arts camp program.
Van Londen returned in May from 8 months of traveling the country by motorhome. She and her daughter toured 24 states, stopping frequently to paint, take photographs, write poetry, and visit art galleries and museums.
Mostly working en plein air, Van Londen captured the diversity of terrain and architecture seen as one travels from the wet West, the dry Southwest, and the swampy South.
The most inspirational galleries and museums visited by Van Londen include the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and Metropolitan in NYC, the National Gallery of Art in DC, O’Keefe Museum in Santa FE, New Mexico, and Judy Chicago’s Foundation and Studio in Belen, New Mexico.
“I was inspired by the number of women-only art coops with galleries around the country; they spring up in the smallest of towns; offering art to many rural areas where it may seem like there is little high art happening,” says Van Londen.
Van Londen teaches courses for Oregon State University’s Women Studies and Computer Science programs in addition to providing marketing consulting, web development, and graphic design services to local businesses.
For more information, contact:
Pam Van Londen at 541-760-1449 or visit her online gallery at www.i-paint.us.