December Featured Artist – Beth Sautter

Trainer’s Club welcomes painter Beth Sautter, whose work is on display at the club through December. The general public is welcome to come in and browse her fun, colorful works. Beth is a contemporary realist painter. She finds inspiration and beauty in a whimsical composition consisting of chickadees and ladybugs, each item exquisitely painted. She […]

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September Featured Artist – Noriko Hirayama

My history with art started with Japanese calligraphy when I was twelve years old .  Japanese children in my generation commonly saw a private calligrapher teacher once a week. It was thrilling to concentrate my mind to create kanji with black ink on the white paper, some time very strong and some time gentle lines […]

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August Featured Artist – Michelle Lattanzi

Michelle is a Portland native who credits her photographic inspiration to the many childhood trips around the Pacific Northwest region with her family. The light patterns in the trees, the textures and colors of the plants, rocks, bark and water, the scents of the earth and sounds of nature all find representation in her pieces. […]

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Lisa Wiser mountain meadow square

July Featured Artist – Lisa Wiser

We welcome Lisa to Trainer’s Club once again! Lisa is a representational painter living in Lake Oswego. She has been intrigued with the pictorial qualities of central Oregon where she spends many weeks each year observing and painting the rich colors and textures in acrylic and oil. Her ultimate goal is to suggest an emotional […]

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Molly Reeves valley stream Apr 2017

April Featured Artist – Molly Reeves

Molly Reeves Studio: 503.697.3681 Cell: 503.724.1030 Painting is a process for Molly Reeves. Layers are carefully added upon layers as the imagery takes form, whether it’s a whispering mountain stream slipping through a distant meadow, a distant mountain horizon or a bed of flowers, each image is developed through process. The notion that […]

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ZAP ZimbabwePoster-web

Zimbabwe Artists Project

ZAP’s Mission: Partnering with Weya artists in strengthening self-sufficiency, building cultural understanding and creating educational opportunities. We work with women artists (and a few men) from rural Weya in Eastern Zimbabwe, buying art directly from them and selling it to people in the U.S. who are looking for beautiful and meaningful art and who want […]

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