Past

Bob Nugent

Amazonia: Works by Bob Nugent

After a brief hiatus, A6 opens its doors in Old Mill Marketplace on Friday, January 8 with a grand opening celebration and an exhibit of richly textured prints ...
A6 Print Salon Exhibit 2015

Print Salon

A6’s gallery will feature scores of original prints for December’s annual member exhibit, “Print Salon.” Inspired by the European tradition of salon-sty...
Bill Cravis sculpture A6 2015

Sculpture into Print

Opening reception: Friday, November 6, 4-9 pm. This invitational exhibit features the work of six local sculptors as they bridge into varied forms of printmaki...
monotype Paula Bullwinkel A6

Play it as it Lays: Paula Bullwinkel

Opening Reception: Friday, Aug 7, 4-9 pm   A6 artist and COCC instructor Paula Bullwinkel features new prints, drawings, paintings and artist books fo...

Going by Bike

A6 presents “Going by Bike,” a juried show of bike-inspired prints and books by local artists.

Hybrid Human Forms: Prints by Yuji Hiratsuka

A6 opens “Hybrid Human Forms,” a solo exhibit of original prints by OSU faculty member Yuji Hiratsuka, on First Friday, July 3, 2015. An award-winning contemporary printmaker, Hiratsuka blends Japanese influences and modern imagery to create colorful intaglio prints with chine collé.

Featured Member: Beale Jones

Beale Jones is a printmaker working primarily in monotype and collagraph, creating prints through an intuitive process.

6 From A6

May 1-31, 2015 This exhibit showcases works from six past and present artist members of A6. The "six" are featured in Patricia Clark's new book, Marks, avai...

Myths & Legends

April 3-26, 2015. This biennial exhibit explores the traditional narratives explaining natural phenomena through symbolism; delves into the inspiring achievements of individuals passed down through the generations; and investigates the contemporary urban legend, a cautionary tale containing elements of mystery, humor, fear or horror.

Featured Artist: Amanda Lee

 Snapshots of Bend Water permeates our community. Be it the Deschutes River, rainwater pooling downtown after a midsummer thunderstorm, the snows of winter, t...