James Lavadour at PDX Contemporary
James Lavadour is a treasure and what I've always loved about his work is the way it deals with the chaos of science and more intuitive disciplines like music. His latest show title comes from the way science describes processes like the mixing of oil and water where fingers of instability create regions of change. His work lives up to any billing so check out one of the strongest painters working today.
Fingering Instabilities | August 5 - 30
Reception: August 7, 6 - 8PM
PDX Contemporary Art
925 NW Flanders
The White Box at the University of Oregon in Portland presents the immiscible edges
, by Michelle Acuff. An associate professor at Whitman College Acuff's work is multi-media (involving steel, styrofoam, neon and porcelain) with a general strategy of integrating organic forms and the built environment.
the immiscible edges | August 8-13
Reception: August 7 6-8PM
24 NW 1st Ave
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