Coming Home 2: Hillsboro’s Artistic Foothold

1971-2001 Hillsboro High School Graduates December 03, 2019- January 24, 2020

Judy Lee Vogland gathered together for the second time, twenty of her former students working all over the United States, who found their artistic start in Hillsboro Oregon.

Sailing Away 12″x15″ oil/mixed media on velum

Kelly Saxton at Roll-Up Gallery September 7-29, 2018

Kelly Saxton, WEEDS at 

                                             1715 SE Spokane Street  Portland, OR        503.267.5835
September 7-29, 2018

Presenting two new bodies of abstract work by Portland artist Kelly Saxton: oil paintings and smaller mixed media pieces. With titles like “Weed Ball,” the lush canvases seem to burrow into a mess of wild plant matter. By contrast, her “sculptural drawings” are built up with layers of heavy black paint, paper, wood, cloth and other materials. Many of them reference bark and have the quality of dense accretions revealing underlays of lichen-like greens and reds.

Saxton’s practice has developed through observing the constant subtle changes within the Northwest landscape–changes that metamorphose through growth, bloom and gradual decline. Her tactile and layered works embody the passage of time, in the observation and art making processes and through the arc of days, passing weather and seasons.








bark/leaf  mixed media  10″x13″x3″                                  weedball  mixed media  24″x33″x2″






Kelly Saxton and Judy Lee Vogland at 12×16 Gallery

Judy Lee Vogland “Ruby’s search for a suitable suitor” 38″x14″x3″ mixed media 2017
Kelly Saxton “wrapped in clouds” 8″x11″ steel, rice paper, graphite, bees wax 2017


Kelly Saxton and Judy Lee Vogland @ 12×16 Gallery    Portland, OR

October 5-29, 2017

Roll Up Photo Studio and Gallery

April 1-30

Friday, April 1
Opening Reception
6-9 PM

Wednesday, April 20
Design Week Portland Open House
4-7 PM

Featuring Pacific Northwest artists working on and with paper, the exhibit includes a Design Week Portland event spotlighting handmade paper lanterns by HiiH Lights (pronounced “Hi Hi”). For the month of April, Roll-Up’s 3000-square-foot warehouse studio transforms into a forest of light while the gallery presents eleven artists working in printmaking, encaustic, mixed media, letterpress, collage, painting, calligraphy and drawing.

Claire Dannenbaum, Cary Doucette, Kathy Kuehn, Meg McHutchison, Eunice Parsons, Harriet Sanderson, Kelly Saxton, JC Schlechter, Ingrid Slezak, Lawrence Wheeler and Brad Winter.

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