Join us for an opening reception on February 10, 2017 at 6pm.
The show is free and open to the public February 10 –March 19, 2017.
In 1999 the Magnetic Fields released their sixth album, 69 Love Songs. This three-volume, 69-track, genre-hopping opus explores the multifaceted phenomenon of the love song. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re assembling 69+ amorous artists to create an original piece for each and every song on the album.
We’re afraid icy rain and frozen streets will keep us from opening the shop today.
We will open again on Monday, January 9th at 10am.
Welcome to 2017!
We’re open daily now from 10am – 6pm.
We’ve got a great selection of 2017 planners and calendars, like this popular one by Nikki McClure.
Up in the gallery, we will continue our Off The Wall show through January 22nd. So feel free to swing by and grab pre-framed, affordable art.
Baring another snowpocalypse, we’ll be open daily 10am – 7pm until December 24th.
Look forward to seeing you!
We’ve stocked the gallery with a ton of grab-and-go pre-framed pieces just in time for the holidays. So swing by and pick up a great gift of art this holiday season.
Pictured here is Become, a rare piece where Nikki used a piece of blue-colored paper instead of her normal black.
You can find them along with a ton of other cards, posters and more at our sister-site, buyolympia.com
GOOD Market is a pop-up shop featuring one of a kind goods from Portland State University Art+Design students.
They are set-up in the Gallery for the holidays from December 2nd through the 4th with art, prints, cards, zines, posters, jewelry, stickers, buttons, leather goods and much more available for sale.
For more information about the PSU Art+Design program, check us out at PSU.GD
We’re proud to support young, local artists, for many of whom this will be their first retail experience.
Famed Northwest paper-cut artist Nikki McClure returns to Land on Saturday, November 19th for a special art opening and artists presentation.
Nikki will be exhibiting original paper-cuts from her 2017 wall calendar Thrive, her book Waiting for High Tide and a special collection of wall sconces she created with her husband Jay T Scott.
Nikki will be reading from her latest book, talking about her process, sharing stories, answering questions as well as singing books and calendars at 6pm on Saturday, November 19th.
We’re really excited to host Nikki for this free, one-of-a-kind event and talk that’s perfect for the whole family.
We held ground against the crazy storm last Friday and had a great opening for The Little Friends of Printmaking show. We’ve just posted their sixteen new prints online. There’s more in the gallery, including a great floor mosaic printed on wood and a collection of black acrylic laser-cut pieces.