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Thumbnail for - Review: Oregon Painting Society
Sep 12, 2009
phile under: art band
Oh, Oregon Painting Society. Last night at the WORKS for PICA’s TBA:09 Festival there was Ennio Marricone whistling, Dick Dale guitar, synthy/circuit-bendy electronoise, and artful use of vocoder...
Thumbnail for - Set Out for the South
Sep 11, 2009
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Portland Monthly editor Rachel Ritchie shares pictures from her getaway adventure into Southeast Oregon.
Thumbnail for - Review: Small Metal Objects
Sep 11, 2009
phile under: TBA
A confession: I’m show folk. I got my degree by jumping out of a trunk in patchwork pants. Well, not LITERALLY. But there’s an awful lot of shuffle-off-to-buffalo in my constitutional makeup, and...
Thumbnail for - Experience the East
Sep 11, 2009
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Portland Monthly editor Kasey Cordell takes us with her through Eastern Oregon.
Thumbnail for - Going Coastal
Sep 11, 2009
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Portland Monthly Editor Brian Barker shares his pictures from his tour of Southern Oregon, and up Highway 101 along the Oregon Coast.
Thumbnail for - Slide Show: Make It Work
Sep 11, 2009
Five designers put their best looks forward
Thumbnail for - Review: Micah Malone’s Sell Out at Worksound
Sep 11, 2009
Large enough to feel architectural, the centerpiece of Micah Malone’s "Sell Out" at Worksound is a a flat-sided oval sculpture with an overhanging lip, tiled in wrinkled mylar. I have to say it...
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Sep 11, 2009
HABITAT
The stereotypical beach rental with kitschy seashell art and 1960s blankets gets a modern makeover from two designers.
Thumbnail for - Explore Hidden Oregon
Sep 11, 2009
FALL TRAVEL
From the sprawling emptiness of southeastern Oregon to the rough tranquility of the Oregon Coast, the state is ripe for exploring. No matter where you're going to, there are some lesser-known gems...
Thumbnail for - Non-Jewelry by Jason Charles Rens at Nationale
Sep 11, 2009
phile under: art
I’m intrigued: Jason Charles Rens is thinking about "economy, duality, hierarchy, and decorative practices." Jason Charles Rens is making wall-hung sculpture using the visual vocabulary of...
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