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Join us for an incredible evening with renowned painters Brad Kunkle, Adam Millerand Martin Wittfooth at the Falcon in September. All are visiting from the East Coast, and will join their friend and colleague, Falcon resident artist Alexander Rokoffin conversation and celebration, led by special guest Richard Speer. If you've ever experienced that moment of overwhelming awe while taking in their work on our walls, you'll certainly enjoy this very special opportunity. 
Falcon Art Community Spring Open Studios 2011
Falcon hall backed by Alexander Rokoff's "Three Graces"

This special event will begin with a panel discussion of technique and personal style including all four of these remarkably skilled and meticulous painters, followed by an opportunity for the audience to ask questions. Space for this portion of the evening is limited, so please RSVP to Candace Bouchard by responding to this e-mail with your name and the number in your party that would like to attend.  


Following this structured event is an opportunity to enjoy the halls and artist studios within the Falcon, with live performances by Tony Furtado, Stephanie Schneiderman, William Seiji Marsh, and Matt Sheehy and friends, who kept things lively until the wee hours of the morning at our last event, Flock, in July. We're partnering with Mississippi neighborhood craft cocktail bar Sidecar 11 to provide beverages specially designed for this event. 


We hope you can join us for what is sure to be an enlightening and memorable night. 

Martin Wittfooth - "Sebastian"

Falcon Art Community
5415 N. Albina Ave. 
Portland, OR  97217
September 8, 2012
6:00 p.m. - 10:00


Adam Miller - "End of the Road"
Libations provided by
Craft Cocktail Bar 
3955 N. Mississippi Ave.
Portland, OR  97227
Brad Kunkle,
Brad Kunkle - "Reclamation"

Quality. Craftsmanship.
The Falcon Art Community is a dynamic work environment for artists that are actively creating new works. This innovative and creative community in Portland brings together apartments, offices, retail spaces and artist studios, with a portion of all rents going directly to support artists. The Falcon Art Community supports residents' creativity and brings strong businesses, art and events to the neighborhood while preserving and enhancing the area's diversity.