I've worked at the Portland Art Museum for over eight years, and have exhibited at the museum's Rental Sales Gallery for nearly twenty years. The museum is now one of the largest in the country, and gives the region an opportunity to see some of the greatest art in the world.
I've been teaching at the Multnomah Arts Center off and on for the last eighteen years,and have been teaching drawing and painting on a regular weekly basis for the last twelve. MAC has something for everyone and caters to all age groups. They have a print making studio, dance classes, children's theater, yoga for seniors, and a Loaves and Fishes program. MAC is a program of Portland Parks and Recreation.
One of the oldest art galleries in Portland, Oregon. They show a wide variety of Pacific Northwest artists. Many of my paintings can be seen there.
Miro Lovric is a colleague of mine at the Portland Art Museum. Originally from Bosnia, Miro and his wife Jassena emigrated first to Germany, then to the United States, during the Balkan Wars of the '90's. Miro's art is primarily abstract, sometimes evoking the early twentieth century masters of modernist painting but adding up to his own unique style.
Wildlife, adventure, and survival show hosted by 13 year old Alec J. Fischer. Alec is "a boy who loves nature," and by supporting his show I've found a way to contribute to causes I believe in. Alec's mission is to get kids and adults to unplug, get outside, and go exploring. Alec can say it better than I on his web site. Along the way he has taken on rhino poaching as an issue, and in 2013 raised enough money to film an episode of his show in South Africa to locate rhino in the wild. He showed his viewers the beauty of the rhino and other animals and donated a check to a wildlife preserve. Alec is naturally charming, funny, and genuine in his joy of nature and the worlds he explores. Upcoming episodes feature adventures in California and Australia.