The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, February 03, 1982, Page 6, Image 6

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CCC instructor featured in art exhibit
By Tina Riggs
visited a lot of old castles and
ruins. Some of these I’ve been
working on for quite a while,”
Leland John, painting and John commented.
drawing instructor at the col­
The culmination of his
lege, was selected by the Ren­
tal Sales Gallery as one of their sabbatical work will be a mural
featured artists this month. The here at the college. The loca­
“Featured Artist Show” is a tion and subject of the mural
monthly event, and artists are are not yet known, but John
selected by the gallery and the feels the theme will be
historical-something like the
Portland Art Association.
mural he painted last year in
John has taught art classes the cafeteria.
at the college for nine years.
He has also displayed his works
“I was thinking about do­
at the Rental Gallery in the
ing it on the ceiling
past, but this is the first time he
somewhere,” John stated, “but
has been a featured artist. This
nothing has been decided.”
display is a part of his sabbatical
The “Featured Artist
“These works are mostly Show” will run from Feb. 7-28
enlargements of the' works in the Masonic Temple, mall
from my sabbatical. I traveled entrance. A reception will be
about Ireland, Scotland and given Feb. 7 from 1-4 p.m.
Of the Print
LELAND JOHN AND friend, this watercolor is a fine example of John’s artistic
Graphic artists display works
By Darla Weinberger
Of the Print
If you haven’t seen the
graphic design show currently
on display in Bagby Lobby in
the Pauling Science Center,
you still have until Feb, 11.
“We have these shows to
bring more awareness to the
arts,” said Jerry Upchurch,
chairperson of the art advisory
Artists include former stu­
dent Steve Sandstrom, who
designed tickets and posters for
KGON Rockworld and Ad
campaign for Astro Tool Com­
Public information graphic
artist Kevin Forney designed
program covers for college
events. The works of Ruth
Trout Altermatt
communications posters.
Pauling Center
Others in the show will be
Dan Stevens, designer ofthe
1980 seies of Tri-Met bus
passes, Anne Marra designer of
posters for the Paper Parlour in
the Galleria, and Ralph
Rawson, designer of posters for
the college’s fall play “Moni­
The Port of Portland
Visual Communications
department has a display
showing different campaigns
the port has used.
Each of the artists par­
ticipating in the show belong to
an organization called
Designers Round Table. The
advisory board asked them to
submit three pieces of art for
the show.
“Many times a graphic ar­
tist doesn’t have a chance to
show their work,” said Up­
church. Signatures are not on
graphic designs because of the
commercial use. “It’s different
than doing water colors and
sketches; graphic artists have to
get a meaning across; they
have obligations.”
A reception was held in
the Pauling Science Center on
opening night, Jan. 28. About
25 people attended and half of
the artists were available to
discuss their work and answer
questions about graphic
design. The show will be up
Staff Photos by Duane Hiersche until February 11. “It’s up to
GRAPHIC DESIGN SHOW is taking place in the Pauling the public to look and ap­
Science Center Bagby Lobby. These two works of graphic preciate graphic art,” Upchurch
art were among those on display.
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