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In This Issue
Elaine Treadwell
Linda Jerome
Christy Perrine
Call to Artists: Around Hillsboro Show
Light Bulb Fundraiser
Call to Artists
Volunteering at Sequoia
 
Supporters
Sequoia Gallery has received support from two arts organizations: 
 
The Hillsboro Arts and Culture Council has granted us funds to update our website and  improve our communications with the community.

The Cultural Coalition of Washington County has granted us funds to obtain a gallery hanging system


Art Workshops
Click on the classes link on the masthead above to see the upcoming educational offerings for artists.  We're constantly working on scheduling more, so check back often!

 
Sequoia Board of Directors
Martin Conley
president
Rebecca Buchanan
vice president
Linda Jerome
treasurer
Elina Zebergs
secretary
Jan Simmons
community representative
Carol Loughner
community representative

SEQUOIA ARTNEWS
What's Happening at Sequoia July 2014



Featured in July are the dream-like pastels of Christy Perrine, Linda Jerome's dynamic oil paintings of children in action, and new member Elaine Treadwell's found object vessels and hanging sculptures.

Come enjoy the art, a glass of wiine and the music of EJ Baeza at our First Tuesday Opening Reception.  Details below:

July Featured Artist Show
July 1 - August 1
First Tuesday Reception, Tuesday, July 1, 5 - 8 pm
Elaine Treadwell

Sequoia Gallery's July exhibit includes works by Elaine in the form of

Whorled, Elaine Treadwell

 paper-based and found art sculptures. Elaine's Vessel Series combines objects from her collection of found natural objects with layered sculpture techniques to give form to the feeling of her initial inspiration. Weathered objects she finds on the beach carry their own gestures into found art sculptures created to hang in either indoor or outdoor locations.                                                           

 

The path to Elaine's current work began with art training in traditional sculpture techniques as well as drawing, watercolor and mixed media.  Her next creative passion was to pursue an architecture degree and career, which led her into the field of museum exhibit work. While working in California in the early 1990s, she opened her own studio, TurtleArts, in Marin County, CA to pursue her own artistic interests. A dozen years ago, Elaine relocated to the Pacific NW where she has moved into new artistic directions. Her 3D works are often in the forms of vessels and nests that express her appreciation for the natural world and the act of giving.

Linda Jerome

An event in daily life, captured for a moment, which would not

Allies, Linda Jerome

appear to be extraordinary and yet is significant to the participant. This is the subject matter of Linda Jerome's oil paintings for July. Though the subject matter is a key element of the work, she also strives to use expressive mark making to add to the story-telling quality of each painting. In her painting, Linda loves to capture some quality of the joy and beauty that life offers.

 

Linda has been painting since the early 1990's, when she began her formal art training in PCC classes. She went on to PSU and graduated with a BA in Studio Art, where her emphasis was figure drawing and painting. Linda has continued to study the human form - and feels this will always be her favorite subject for study and expression.

Christy Perrine 
Pathways, Christy Perrine

Christy will be presenting new pastel works for her 2014 July featured show at Sequoia.  The mood achieved in Christy's work is greatly influenced by her choice of pastel surface. Many of these pieces were created on suede board which lends itself to capturing delicate subtleties that evoke a dream. In this show, she focuses on achieving the sense of escape through abandonment to the peace of nature. Christy portrays those moments from this past year when nothing but that sense existed and she was all too thrilled to embrace the solitary. 

 

Christy has been trained in art by her passion, her surroundings and her generous fellow artists. She has always found her home and God through escape into nature. She cannot remember a time before her love of both nature and creating began, they have always coexisted.  Her formal education is in psychology and social work and she currently juggles a variety of hats while working as a studio artist at Sequoia, a crisis therapist, an art teacher and a post grad student.  Christy's work can be seen at Sequoia as well as other select galleries in the Pacific Northwest.  

CALL TO ARTISTS: AUGUST "AROUND HILLSBORO" SHOW
 

Artists throughout the area are invited to participate in a open, non-

After the Fair, Sylvia Tucker

juried art exhibition at Sequoia Gallery in August, featuring scenes,

impressions, and memories of Hillsboro. The show is open to anyone who loves our charming town and would like to try their hand at representing their vision of Hillsboro in a 2D or 3D work of art. To enter the show, visit our website, pick up an application at the gallery, or download an application here:  Around Hillsboro Show Application

 

Finished art work, completed application forms, and the $25 entry fee should be delivered to the gallery from July 22 - July 26 between the hours of 10am and 6pm. The Opening Reception will be Tuesday, August 5th from 5 - 8pm. Voting for The People's Choice Awards occurs between 5 - 7:30pm. Awards will be announced at 7:50pm.

 

Gift certificates for the award winners have been generously donated by Colours Art Supply and Framing, 125 SE Third Ave., Hillsboro, OR and Dick Blick Art Supply, multiple locations throughout the Portland metropolitan area.

 

For more information contact the gallery at:

showinfo@sequoiagallerystudios.org

Sequoia Gallery + Studios, 503-693-0401, leave a message for Sylvia or Elina

UPDATE ON LIGHT BULB FUNDRAISER
 

Sequoia Gallery has been accepting donations of funds to replace our old light bulbs with more energy efficient LED light bulbs. Thanks to many generous people, we have now replaced 29 of 35 bulbs - only 6 more needed! To help us reach our goal of making the gallery more energy efficient, please consider donating $20 toward the purchase of an LED light bulb. You can donate by calling the gallery at 503-693-0401, visiting the gallery or sending a check to: Sequoia Gallery + Studios, 136 SE Third Avenue, Hillsboro, OR, 97123

Call to Artists: Accepting New Member Applications

Sequoia is seeking artists for gallery membership. Both 2D and 3D artists of all mediums are welcome to apply for membership in our active community of artists. Download an application from our website or stop by the gallery to pick up an application. For more information, contact the gallery: galleryinfo@sequoiagallerystudios.org  

Volunteering at Sequoia

Whether you are an artist, collector, or someone who just appreciates fine art, you can help Sequoia by volunteering to help staff the gallery.  Gallery staffers serve 4 hour shifts on the days of their choosing, depending on slots available. Volunteer applications are available at the gallery.  

Sincerely,
Sequoia Gallery + Studios