John and Robin Gumealius combine ceramic, wood and metal to create sculpture that is inspired by their natural environment. They commune with their surroundings – speaking to birds is commonplace. Stories emerge and … “Together, we make something better than either of us could make apart“.
Michael Tilton Williams celebrates the human form by mixing everyday sights such as graffiti, flowers, leaves, clouds and etc. encouraging us to look with softer eyes at the world and people around us.
Bob Bosworth, master watercolorist and renowned architect has made the Rogue Valley home base throughout his illustrious career. He has designed numerous private estates, unique buildings and received national acclaim for the “Oregon Pavilion” at the world’s fair in Seattle 1962. He is currently focused on painting.
Wataru has cultivated an appreciative audience for the Haniwa type imagery in his sculpture. The new work retains elements of past work while introducing new forms and concepts. His efforts to blend East West ideology have played a major part in (more…)
An invitational theme show including new work in various media by many gallery artists.
Paintings from the Hanson Howard collection focusing on early works by Judy Howard, Robert DeVoe, Robert Bosworth, Eugene Bennett, and Nan Nalder who have been part of the gallery’s stable over the years.
A “New Year” introduction to Sue Yamins as we welcome her to Hanson Howard Gallery’s stable of Fine Artists for Group Show. “Forest Hue” above.
Beginning with dried gourds (more…)
Several new sculptures by John and Robin Gumaelius have flown into the Gallery from up north just in time for loving collectors.
Please view the new images on their page.