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Amanda Houston

Paints Oil and Pastel Paintings

Angela Ridgway

Welded repurposed steel wall and free-standing sculptures

Angelika R. Maisenberger

Oil and acrylic painter

Ann Fleming

Anne creates bright and happy clay and bronze sculptures.

Anna Norris

Paints scenes in oil of Camas, WA

Anna Wiancko-Chasman

Frequently works in clay, mixed media and found objects to create unique sculptures and assemblages in her home studio along the Washougal River

Arne Westerman

Richly colored watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings of people from all walks of life

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Art works offered for sale from estate and private collections

Barbara Benedetti Newton

From fashion illustrator to creating fine art, Barbara began creating fine art with colored pencil focusing on still life composition while now her primary mediums are pastel and oil.

Bill Baily

Watercolor still life paintings of fruit and vegetables

Brenda Cowley Johnson

Smoke Fired Ceramic Sculpture

Carol Grigg

Watercolor and mixed media animal paintings with a special interest for American Indian paintings

Cathleen Rehfeld

Known for her stunning use of color and beautiful brushwork, Cathleen Rehfeld’s paintings are perennial favorites both in the Gorge and across the region.

C.W. Potzz

Acrylic still life and figurative paintings on paper:  “Welcome home, C.W. Potzz!”  The Attic Gallery is pleased to have you back in the Pacific Northwest after your many travels to Mexico, Florida, and North Carolina.  “You are back home!”  In North Carolina, CW had a miraculous recovery from being alergic to acrylic paint to a complete cure. Now she is painting again and we are proud and pleased to have scheduled a solo exhibit for her in May of 2019 in our gallery in Camas, Washington. Please view all her new works on this page on our website.

Cedar Lee

Oil paintings of the Sequoia Forests on wood and canvas.

Chris Fackler-Lowery

Pit Fired Porcelain

Christy Runyan

“Garden Fairies”: hand-built and fired ceramic whimsical sculptures for the garden

Chuck Schomaker

Acrylic and collage still life fantasy composition paintings

Cindy De Cecco

Figurative sculptures in all mediums

David Allen Dunlop

David Allen Dunlop won the 2009 national daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Special Class Writing” for the national 13-week PBS television series

David Carmack Lewis

David Carmack Lewis has lived and painted in Portland, Oregon since 2001.

Deb McCarroll

Deb McCarroll is an emerging artist living and working in Seattle, WA. She’s an award-winning painter and writer, having been featured in the arts magazine Stone Voices Arts Quarterly and winning ‘Best Painting’ in the Still Point Gallery Abstracts juried competition.

Diane Lewis

Although Diane lives in Eugene, Oregon now with her husband and daughter, she grew up in California.

Earl Hamilton

Earl Hamilton, now in his sixties, spent most of his childhood living in a small cabin in the Rodgers Mountain area

Ellen Dittebrandt

In Ellen’s words: Ellen takes you with her when she paints. Take one picture.

George Hamilton

Acrylic paintings of sophisticated ladies and still lifes

Hilarie Couture

Hilarie paints in oil, pastel, oil pastel, colored pencil, charcoal, and experiments with mixed media and warer media.

Jacquline Hurlbert

Jacquline Hurlbert, who moved to Oregon from California in 1991, was originally from Nebraska.

Janey Belozer

Janey graduated from the University of Oregon with a BS Degree in Fine Art and Education.

Jean Schwalbe

Jean Schwalbe, born in Portland, Oregon is a petite, quiet and soft spoken woman who paints large acrylic canvases

Joseph Warren

Found object steel metal sculpture

Ju Hong Chen

Ju Hong Chen, born and raised in Communist China, avoided the Socialist realist “official line” of art training in the official art schools.

Judith Cunningham

We are so sad to announce Judith died August 21, 2015, one year and one day after the death of her partner, Ellen Dittebrandt

Kathy Beckman

Kathy’s acrylic paintings on canvas are colorful, whimsical flowers, animals and other elements from nature.

Kendahl Jan Jubb

Kendahl Jan Jubb was born in Mt. Holly, New Jersey in l957.

Leroy Setziol

The most accomplished and respected wood sculptor in the Northwest

Lilli Faville

Born December 11, 1966, in Portland, Oregon, Lilli lives with her husband, Dave Faville, their two sons, Eli and Max and their black Labrador dog named Ruby.

Marcia Jeglum

Marcia Jeglum, a dynamic artist adept at painting in both oil and watercolor, has been showing her artwork in the Pacific Northwest since she moved to the region thirty-five years ago. 

Marlene Moore Alexander

Marlene Moore Alexander, born and raised in Trenton, Missouri, has lived in Bend, Oregon since 1971.

Melissa Cole

Melissa Cole, born January 22, 1967, is an artist, writer, and wildlife photographer who lives in Spokane, Washington with her husband, Brandon.

Michael Ferguson

Acrylic landscape paintings of the Pacific Northwest

Mike Dean Orias

Mike, the father of identical twin sons born August 29,2000, also has a son named Tony and a daughter named Maria.

Mike Smith

In this portrayal of his small section of the world, Mike’s artworks have captured hearts around the globe, finding their way into collections in almost every country.

Monica Setziol-Phillips

Weaving with Wood Carving

Nancy Coffelt

Portland native Nancy Coffelt is a self-taught artist with work uniquely her own

Natalie Warrens

Popular ceramic artist, Natalie Warrens, has successfully catapulted her ceramic works into a sought after enterprise.

Ram Chandra Murphy

Photographer of images of India

Sandra Jones Campbell

Sandra Jones Campbell’s depiction of social and political scenes reflect both her professional respect for the 30’s style German Expressionists Max Beckman

Sandy Visse

Most of Sandy Visse’s work is figurative and whimsical in nature expressing her love of animals and folk art.

Satsuko Hamilton

Satsuko Hamilton was born in Nagoya, Japan, where she studied traditional flower arranging and the Tea Ceremony.

Sharon Engel

Sharon Engel, a native Oregonian, travels extensively in Europe as she is inspired by the French and Italian villages and countrysides.

Sheary Clough Suiter

“I’m facinated with the way connecting with one’s invironment informs an artists’ choice of shapes, colors, and content.”

Susan Ogilvie

“My landscape paintings represent impressions and observations – not a mere pictorial record of the area, but a statement about how the subject has affected me.” 

Tamara Adams

Tamara Adams, a self-taught artist, inherited her talent from her grandfather.

Ted Norris

Camas Potter, Ted Norris: “I refer to my work as Functional Art, pieces that are durable and fun. Art you can use.”

Terri Axness

Acrylic, Oil, Pencil, Watercolor paintings and clay sculpture both whimsical and serious.

Tommer Gonser

Tommer Gonser’s oil paintings on canvas with their bold palettes and dynamic patterns are reminiscent of the early modernist abstractionists.

Tracy Simpson

Paints encaustic paintings on board

Tyler Marchus

Encaustic paintings on canvas (pictured: “Venus”, encaustic painting on canvas, 84″ x 62″ sold)

Z.Z. Wei

Z.Z. Wei was born Zhao Bai Wei on September 26, 1957 in Beijing, China. He graduated from the Central Institute of Art and Design in Beijing in 1984. I

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