Karin Clarke Gallery 760 Willamette St. Eugene, OR. 97401 541.684.7963 firstname.lastname@example.org
Also on display right now:
Work by David McCosh, including a Night Drawing called Dark Woods, a 1957 watercolor Grass and Underbrush, and this 1930s ink drawing Man and Woman in Restaurant (on right).
Robert Schlegel’s acrylic paintings explore the tension between the representational and the abstract. He responds to structures, landscapes and animals in their surroundings with works on panel or canvas and often includes collaged materials in these images. Schlegel begins with a sketch in charcoal, graphite, or oil pastel, and then develops the image either in studio or en plein-air. Schlegel also explores three-dimensional forms. Using paper, wire, string, and fabric, he sculpts “gestures” capturing the posture and movement of birds and figures.
Robert Schlegel's House on Hill (right) is an unframed acrylic on paper from 2016, and is available in the unframed artworks bin. Robert also has several framed paintings at the gallery in the current installation.
Walking, oil on canvas, 36x36" plus frame, 2015
by Eugene artist Adam Grosowsky is one of several works on display. Most know for his figurative works, Grosowsky occasionally paintings dramatic landscape works, including this one, with includes a small figure in red walking a dog.
Nelson Sandgren's color litho from 1965: Valley Bewitched