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by: SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Susan Greenbaums art piece, Homeland, is among those on display at Grahams Stationery through the month of February as part of the Lake Oswego Reads program.

  • The Art Gym, Marylhurst College — Two current exhibits run through Feb. 14. Kelly Rauer’s exhibition, “Weight,” is a multi-channel video installation that uses projections and monitors. During the past year, Rauer videotaped herself dancing in her studio at different times of day, responding to the changing quality of natural and artificial light.

    Samantha Wall’s exhibit, “Laid to Rest,” focuses on a single female figure. Wall has created a set of drawings that grow out of selected video stills as they explore the emotional and cultural underpinnings of gesture.

  • Lakewood Center Foyer Gallery — 369 S. State St., Lake Oswego. The new exhibit space will present the art of Sally Bills Bailey and Kathy Martin through March 4. Bailey and Martin specialize in shape and color; both are intense travelers and reveal the world in their individual interpretations in paint and textiles.

  • Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery, Lewis & Clark College — 0615 SW Palatine Hill Road, Portland. The “Fighting Men” exhibit will showcase Leon Golub, Peter Voulkos and Jack Kirby. The exhibit combines Golub’s paintings, Voulkos’ ceramics and Kirby’s cartoons in an exhibit that probes images of violence and masculinity through art. The exhibit runs through March 3.

  • Watzek Library, Lewis & Clark College — “E. McKnight Kauffer, Gwen Raverat and the Illustration of Modernity.” This exhibit explores artistic responses to rapid change in the period before World War II. The exhibit runs through May and is open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

  • Graham’s Book and Stationery, Chrisman’s Picture Frame and Gallery — These businesses are exhibiting art inspired by “Running the Rift,” the book selected for this year’s Lake Oswego Reads program by local artists — both professionals and high school students. An unveiling reception will be held Feb. 7 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the businesses, located on Second Street in Lake Oswego. The art will be on display through the month of February.

  • 510 Museum and Art Space — 510 First St., Lake Oswego. Showing an exhibit of Dave Haslett, Agnes Forgo Kovacs and Sonja Donnelly. Kovacs’ surreal landscapes are thought-provoking and serene. Haslett works in a variety of stones — granite, basalt, olivine and marble — to create sculptures of contrasting texture and light. Donnelly’s acrylic paintings of alluring women are evocative of Alphonse Mucha’s art nouveau style of the early 20th century.

  • Moonstruck Chocolate Cafe — 45 S. State St.. Showing Lake Oswego photographer Sean Minogue’s collection titled “My Oregon, cool, moist, beautiful through February. A book of the photographs, prints and notecards are available. Contact Minogue at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 503-522-6521.

  • Lake Oswego artist Mark Randall is now being represented by Matter! Gallery in Olympia, Wash. Learn more at mattergallery.com.

    by: SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Realty Trust is showing art by members of the Lake Area Artists through February. This piece is titled 'His and Hers' by L.J. Baker.

  • Realty Trust Group — 600 A Ave., Lake Oswego. The exhibit will showcase the art of 25 members of the Lake Area Artists through February. Call for date of opening reception, 503-675-3300.

  • The Stafford Boutique Retirement Community — 1200 Overlook Drive, Lake Oswego. Showing the art of Terry Dill-Simpson through Feb. 27. An artist’s reception will be held Feb. 1 from 4 to 5 p.m. with wine and appetizers and music by pianist Linda Smith.

  • Trinity Cathedral Arts — Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Ave., Portland. Presenting a juried show celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Rosales organ. Twenty-seven artists will show their interpretations of the theme, “Lively Wind That Woke Creation,” which is the title of a hymn commissioned by Trinity for the Rosales organ.

  • West Linn Public Library — 1595 Burns St., West Linn. Showing, “West Bank Images, View of Early West Linn,” historic photos of John Klatt through Feb. 27 in the library’s community room. An artist’s reception will be held Feb. 3 from 1 to 3 p.m.