Preview: Maker’s Dozen at People’s Art of Portland Gallery

This Saturday marks the third Saturday of the month, meaning the People’s Art of Portland Gallery (700 SW 5th Ave., Suite 4005) that sits atop the Pioneer Place Mall downtown will be ushering in a new exhibit to debut to the masses. For its third annual show, Maker’s Dozen will bring together thirteen artists from different mediums and styles with Portland ties. The reception runs from 5 to 9 p.m., while the show continues through July 13.

Peoples Art of Portland, Po Boy Art/Jason Brown, and Chris Haberman co-present the show that aims to showcase the work of new and veteran artists along side one another. The featured poster artist is David D’Andrea, whose style is reminiscent of 1960s and ’70s album art, and who looks to everything from almanacs to crumbling encyclopedias for inspiration. Works by Brian Echerer/ Velo Gioielli, Ali Schlicting, Hilary Larson, Daniel Haile, Melissa Dow, David Guardado, Kyle Gossman, PDX Magazine No. 2 cover artist Kelli MacConnell, Kimberly Bookman, Jessica S. McGrath, Matthew Hopkins, and Sharden Killmore round out the show.

Pictured above, work by Daniel Haile.

Below are more works from the exhibit

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Work by Ali Schlicting

Work by Ali Schlicting

 

Work by Brian Echerer/Velo Gioielli

Work by Brian Echerer/Velo Gioielli

 

Work by Daniel Haile

Work by Daniel Haile

 

Work by David Guardado

Work by David Guardado

 

Work by David D'Andrea

Work by David D’Andrea

 

Work by Kelli MacConnell

Work by Kelli MacConnell

 

Work by Kimberly Bookman

Work by Kimberly Bookman

 

Work by Kyle Gossman

Work by Kyle Gossman

 

Work by Matthew Hopkins

Work by Matthew Hopkins

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