Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery
The Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery is a gem.
We have six exhibitions every year by diverse regional and national artists.
Stop by whenever we are open.
Peek in the windows when we are not.
Hours for spring term, 2014
Monday to Friday 10:30-5
Saturday hours by appointment.
Soapbox Poetry in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery
Come to hear poetry throughout the term. See the winter 2014 schedule here.
Winter Term 2014
January 8-February 7, 2014
Relationships of the Skin, the Pour and the Paint: Work by Corrine Loomis DIetz
This past summer, the Art Program sponsored an Artist in Residence program, offering the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery as an on-campus art studio with access to the outstanding art facilities of the college. Corrine Loomis Dietz works in an innovative way with acrylic medium and unusual support materials to create flexible panels of color and form.
The open door policy of this residency allowed individual students and on-campus classes to see a practicing artist at work, to observe innovative techniques being developed and to see the process of art developing over time. This show will feature the works created in the residency. Read more about the residency in Corrine's words here.
Reception: Jan 8, 12:30-2:30
February 12-March 14, 2014
Tinman: The Heart of Painting: Work by Dave Tinman Edgar
Continuing our goal of inspiring and informing art students with possible pathways to independence as artists, this retrospective of the work of Portland artist Dave Tinman Edgar traces his development from student to independent artist, which exemplifies the Postmodernist tension between the world of the eye and the world of the heart.
Reception: Feb. 12, 12:30-2:30
Spring Term 2014
April 2-May 13, 2014
The Gretchen Schuette Gallery at Chemeketa Community College is delighted to present the work of Internationally known Oregon artist Rick Bartow. Mr. Bartow draws on his Native American heritage and his formal training as an artist to create rich and expressive works that explore complex spiritual relationships between people and animals, people and their environment, and between the artist and his materials.
Rick Bartow: Seeing Through the Eyes of the Ancestors
Reception April 9, 12:30-2:30
2014 Art Student Annual
Work by Chemeketa Community College Art Students
May 21 -June 6, 2014
Reception: May 21, 12:00-2:00 with awards ceremony at 12:30
Location and contact information:
4000 Lancaster Dr., NE
Salem, OR 97309
Building 3, Room 122