First Friday Art Walk – Opening May 1st, 5-9 pm
Artist Talk – Saturday May 16th, 3-5 pm
Closing Party – Saturday May 30th, 3-5pm
“My paintings are gifts from the luminous sky. This new body of work expresses my connection to the expansiveness and mysteries of the universe.
While traveling in England I used the circle motif as a tool to see the landscape and compose a painting. It was as if I were looking through a telescope or camera lens to align my focus.One night during that journey I watched the brilliant full moon rise over Glastonbury Tor. Much later that evening I saw intense lightning strikes across the vast velvety blue.
I’m grateful for the exhilarating and magnificent night sky putting on its best light show and the mysterious landscape of crop circles. Locally I have seen Perseid meteor showers, the super moon rising as the sun set on the horizon of the Pacific Ocean, and many unforgettable and brilliant starry nights. My circle paintings are inspired by these vivid experiences.
I invite you to connect with the light and healing energy. Enjoy the journey through the lens and beyond.”
Thursday, April 23
BASIC MYSTERIES – An Afternoon with David Meltzer
An educational talk designed for teachers, students, and enthusiasts who are interested in and enjoy reading, writing, and/or teaching poetry.
April 25, 2015
Cost: $20 Students & Seniors; $25 Teachers, $30 Adults
Please join us for the closing of Pablo Caceres’ show at Angst Gallery. Pablo will be hosting an artist Q&A and announcing the raffle winner.
7:00pm – 9:30pm
April 25, 2015
Angst Gallery will be featuring familiar and new art work including photography and illustrations by local Portlander and Vancouver Washington native Pablo Cáceres.
This show will also debut Pablito’s collaborative pieces with Christopher Luna and Greg Bee.
Artist Bio: Born in the United States to Chilean immigrants in 1979, Pablo Cáceres has been a resident of the Portland metropolitan area for over 20 years.
Both a traditional and digital artist, Pablo’s preferred medium is acrylic painting and collage. Pablo is known by his friends and within his local art community as “Pablito”. This nickname was given to him as a child by his family and is what he currently uses to sign his current artwork.
Opening Night Reception
Friday, March 6, 2015
Open Fridays and Saturdays: 12-5p.m.
March 7, 2015-March 28, 2015
This exhibit explores some of the technological innovations that have occurred in the 40-year development of video games, starting with the first commercially successful game, Pong, to the emergence of 3D game environments like Oculus Rift.
K-12, college level students, digital tech-centered businesses (IPZ and beyond), and art-lovers who support the Vancouver Arts District.
Artist and muse Greg Bee is hosting an open collage/art day at Angst Gallery this Sunday, February 15th 4pm-9pm.
Please come say hello and make some art. Collage materials will be provided, if you have scissors and glue sticks to contribute that’d be helpful. This is an open invitation to anyone interested in collage or mixed media.
If you want to work in a different medium, please bring your own materials (BYOM).
Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic was founded by Christopher Luna in 2004. From November 2004 to December 2006, the readings took place at Ice Cream Renaissance. From January 2007 to January 2015 the readings took place at Cover to Cover Books. Christopher Luna and Toni Partington, co-hosts of the open mic and edited and published two anthologies of poetry from the series for their imprint Printed Matter Vancouver. When Cover to Cover recently announced that it would be closing its doors, Angst Gallery/Niche Wine and Art Bar owner Leah Jackson offered the gallery as a new home for the series. The Vancouver, WA poetry community thanks Cover to Cover proprietor Mel Sanders for her eight years of service to local writers.
With our Featured Reader Nancy Flynn:
Nancy Flynn grew up on the Susquehanna River in northeastern Pennsylvania, spent many years on a downtown creek in Ithaca, New York, and now lives near the mighty Columbia in Northeast Portland. She attended Oberlin College in the 1970s, Cornell University in the 1980s, and got her MA in English/Creative Writing from SUNY Binghamton in 1994. A former university administrator, her writing has received an Oregon Literary Fellowship, the James Jones First Novel Fellowship, and been nominated for three Pushcart Prizes. Recent poems have appeared in Gold Man Review, PANK, Posit, and Raven Chronicles; her latest chapbook is Eternity a Coal’s Throw. A complete list of her publications is available at www.nancyflynn.com.
Leadbetter Point, Willapa National Wildlife Refuge
beyond the edge of words a fading line
surrendered into silence syntax moved
directing where to stalk or pantomime
in semaphores the byways unimproved
beyond the edge of worlds a falling dream
that seeks to beach the tidal rising fast
past current rush through estuary sea
runs eeling too a salted push of grass
for refuge snowy plovers poised to lift
from mudflat nests gone boggy skyward hail
upended wintering down a calling cliff
beyond the edge of worth what loss unveils
inscription on the fly leaf constant no
ellipses still how much I do not know
Angst Gallery will be hosting a group show titled “Mon Poussin” – a term of endearment in French, the literal translation being baby chick.
Above: Mon Poussin submissions by Christine Eagon & Rachel Nicholas, respectively.
The show will be up all month.