Adaptation in Land Gallery Windows

Adaptation is a collection of small works by Portland, Oregon illustrators who are interested in exploring the line between illustration, design and fine art.

Each piece offers a little window into the soul of the maker, a snapshot of what artists have been creating during the pandemic while their usual resources are unavailable.

“We hope, to one day soon, display our larger works in Land Gallery’s upstairs, but for now we wanted to bring the art to the windows to remind you that artists are still here and making things, and that you as the audience are still so important to us.”

Chamisa KelloggReconciliationInk and cut paper, wooden box
Heidi AubreyBloomWatercolor on paper
Karen HansenSlice of PapervilleCut paper and glue, wooden box
Morgan BraatenSole-MateInk on paper
Hanna CarterMississippi Ave – 11pm on SaturdaySumi ink and colored pencil on paper
Elizabeth GossflorabundaWalnut & Maple woods, acrylic paint
Erika SchnatzCerberusEmbroidery floss, aida cloth, bamboo hoop
Sheryl MurrayRainbowPencil and colored pencil on paper
Alyssa Alarcón SantoHouses of PortlandCut balsa wood, Posca markers, microns, wooden box
Laura MarkPlain SightGouache, watercolor on paper, wood + canvas box
Cortney BenvenutoLandscapeRaw canvas and embroidery
Jenna LechnerPony PalNeedlefelted Wool
Mel ChristyInterwovenPlywood, linen paper, india ink, Mod Podge
Cat JohnstonFlower BeastFine liner and color pencil on paper