Home / Events / Visual Arts / Laurel Bustamante: Lost Gardens

Laurel Bustamante: Lost Gardens

RICHARD SPEER
Thursday April 25
Augen DeSoto
716 NW Davis St.
 
Diminutive, inventive, and just plain darling, Laurel Bustamante’s acrylic-and-gouache paintings on paper lift the viewer into a skyscape of floating islands and multicolored skies. Trees are growing on the islands, and often they reach toward one another with anthropomorphic branches. The Ashland-based artist’s Lost Gardens series looks like the Cloud City in The Empire Strikes Back, as it might be rendered in a children’s book. Somehow Bustamante manages to pull this off in a way that charms, rather than cloys. Through April 27.

Where: Augen DeSoto
Phone: 224-8182
Address: 716 NW Davis St.
Website: www.augengallery.com

 
 
Other events in Visual Arts

Theory of Achievement

Sunday, Aug 30, 2015

This summer, Portland's Yale Union and the Parisian art collective Castillo/Corrales will swap houses, share people and exchange money. On Aug. 1, Castillo/Corrales will open its group exhibition � ...

Through Sept. 6. Opening 7–9 pm Saturday, Aug. 1.
Yale Union (YU) 800 SE 10th Ave., Portland Web | Map

A Peanut in a Suit is a Peanut Nonetheless

Sunday, Aug 30, 2015

Daniel Long's work appropriates common painting techniques and visual symbols into an open-ended rumination on representation and narrative. The ensuing world—populated by scenes of largely ancie ...

Opening reception 2-5 pm Sunday, Aug. 9. Through Sept. 19.
Nationale 3360 SE Division St. Portland Web | Map

Cedar Jocks and Sergei "Sm@ck" Khlopoff

Sunday, Aug 30, 2015

A two-person show featuring Contingent Memory, a video work by Cedar Jocks in a black-box installation, and a series of new paintings exploring our common ancestors and potential cousin ...

Through Sept. 13.
Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer 700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall Portland Web | Map
Also At Augen DeSoto
There's no more events in Augen DeSoto
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
comments powered by Disqus
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close