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Fri Jan 6 - Fri Jan 27

Floating Blue
solo/group exhibition by Thomas Pickarski

Artist Statement:

I developed a deep love for the eternal beauty of icebergs as a child by enjoying their visual portrayal through photographs and paintings. This ultimately led to my having spent the last 12 summers traveling through arctic regions seeking direct experiences with these fleeting forms. They possess characteristics of color, shape, line, form, and scale that exist independent from visual references we tend to be familiar with in the natural world. I find them to appear sculpturally magnificent as if crafted in a way that seems too perfect for this world. I especially love the quality of soft light during what is called, The Blue Hour. It occurs during the last stages of twilight in the evening when indirect sunlight imposes a predominantly blue shade on the ice that is different from the blue shade visible during most of the day. There’s also a sharp drop in

temperature, sometimes allowing fog to roll in, bringing an eerie feel to the boat ride through the fjord of towering ice. I travel there in very late August when The Blue Hour is in its prime.

In this series of photographs, I aim to portray both the ethereal beauty of icebergs, as well as the otherworldliness of the landscapes in which they exist.

Featured Artists:

Thomas Pickarski

Jill Beech


Poetry by:

Erika Kazi, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Stacy Boe Miller, Moscow, Idaho, U.S.

Estella Carolye Kuchta, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Marcus Morse, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Erika Kazi, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Virginia Beards, Oxford, PA, United States

Marcus Morse, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


Friday Feb 3 - Fri Feb 24

Djembe: The Art of African Drumming

Solo exhibition curated by Ed Rahme


Feb 3

6:00 - 6:30 PM | 7:00-7:30PM

Pape Demba "Paco" Samb, Master Hand Drummer from Senegal

Artist Statement:

African Drumming is about the beauty of rhythm and the beauty of making drums.


Fri Mar 3 - Fri Mar 31


Group Exhibition curated by Jill Beech

Artist Statement:

IMAGINED presents abstract sculpture from 9 artists. Their work is diverse in technique and use of materials as well as final form. But all evolve from the artist’s emotion and imagination, which are informed by individual memories and experiences and also by current and potential events. Both whimsy and gravity may be represented. Although each piece is individual, others also represent humans’ innate creativity and express shared emotions. A viewer’s responses to these sculptures may vary greatly -from boredom to engagement, dislike to admiration, joyfulness to sorrow-and may differ greatly from the impulse that motivated the artist. That is one of the fascinations of abstract art. The resourceful use of diverse materials and the subject matter in these artists’ works affirm the role of imagination and abstraction in art. But what is the inspiration for a piece, what provokes or guides the artist’s selection of certain materials for certain forms, and what guides the actual formation with potential changes in design during the process? Perhaps some of the questions can be answered verbally, but much about creativity probably still remains mysterious, and we are left to ponder some of the questions and wonder about the works - we are left to imagine.

Featured Artists:

Jill Beech

Lele Galer

Katee Boyle

Michael Csuy

Rhoda Khaler

Michael Khaler

Helen Mason

Lisa Fedon

John Baker



Opening Reception: April 7th, 5 PM - 8 PM

Fri Apr 7 - Fri Apr 28


Monochrome View

Solo Exhibition by Ara Ko

Artist Statement:

My abstract paintings are influenced most by Julie Mehretu and Agnes Martin. Working on the various sizes of surface from small panels to huge wall sized paper, I draw irregular or transformed geometric shapes using compositions inspired by modern abstract painters like Mondrian and Malevich. Using shady monochrome or contrasting sharp black shapes, like triangles or semi-circles, with white paper, I try to make a variation in spaces based on the structure created by personal logic, seeming like floating in the universe's space existing in one’s mind. To make that concrete mark-making, I sometimes observe the complexity inside the overlapping leaves on the trees or scenes of accumulated clouds in the sky. Personally, because I believe nature has its own rules in shaping or creating physical things in this world, I sometimes imply or interpret those rules using seemingly mathematical or infinite fractal-like shapes in my drawings. Consequently, it creates virtual landscapes with abstract mark-making, or repetitive rhythmic patterns.

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Fri May 5 - Fri May 26

Shades of My Voice: Eo Omwake
Solo exhibition by Eo Omwake

Artist Statement:


Artists give something to the world -something that can enrich people’s lives. We also explore our inner life and the depths of life while we think about and make art.  I think good artists provide something people have never seen before.  Artists can broaden perspectives.  We can affect the world.  Art enlivens life and stimulates the imagination.


My work over the course of my career seems to vary back and forth between representational work and abstract/expressionistic.  I like working this way because it allows a very unrestricted method.  It affords the maximum freedom when making a painting.  Anything can happen.  I’m not bound by any particular approach.  This allows me to go with any mood or idea that intriques me.  


I guess I would have to say that my paintings are very often involved with ideas like the opposites of yin and yang, tranquility, quiet, and the ‘nothing’ - as in Zen.  ‘Simplicity’ is one of my interests. However, I don’t shy away from complexity.  Both exist in the world so I like my paintings over time to include both.  My paintings explore my inner life. This means my personal emotions and concepts - It also means my take on the depths of life.  


As an artist, color is important to me.  I think color is the ‘juice’ - the core - of painting.  It is the essential mood carrier.  Shapes are also important. Like color, shapes carry mood. They set the tone of movement and relationship.  Color and shapes allow me to express the many shades of my world.


When I go into my studio I just start working with colors, textures, shapes, lines, edges, rhythm, etc. – and paintings emerge from there.  It is all driven by an inner vision of personalness and mood. It is also driven by a search for truth.


In the end, we as painters cast votes with our paintings.  Our paintings are messages that we place in a bottle and send out into the ocean (the world).  The message tells people of the present (and perhaps the future)  what our philosophical stance has been.  I want my vote to be clear.  I vote for originality, the creative, even the fringy.  In the end it is about the emotion/spirit of the work.



Eo Omwake - Feb.  2023


Fri Jun1 - Fri Jun 23


Annual Oxford Student Exhibition


Fri Jul 7-Fri Jul 28

Annual Members Exhibition


Fri Aug 4 - Fri Aug 25

Regional Photography Exhibition


Fri Sep 2 - Friday Sep 30

School Lunch: Lisa Weinblatt



Fri Oct 6 - Fri Oct 27

9th Annual National Juried Exhibition



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