Artists

Virginia Doak

Virginia Doak

“I paint to portray the softer side of emotion and humor in a whimsical manner.” Born and raised in the Walla Walla Valley, Virginia. She learned to love art at an early age. She found inspiration in the illustrations of her favorite children’s books and in watching her Father sketch humorous little pictures at the dinner table and then sharing… Read more →

Susan Hoppe Krempa

Susan Hoppe Krempa

“My creative expression is painting in watercolors. My paintings encompass brilliant colors, amazing textures, and bold designs. I enjoy new applications, and exciting challenges. My style is bordering on the abstract with a touch of realism. Utilizing watercolor paints and black ink, I also illustrate pets and other living things. I am very fortunate to have studied with locally and… Read more →

Kay Myer

Kay Myer

Watercolors have been her creative source since the 1980s and she loves exploring the endless possibilities this medium allows. Kay is both enthusiastic and passionate about painting in her colorful, loose and interpretive style. Currently her art is in collections in Koln, Bachingen and Reinsdorf, Germany; Krems and Vienna, Austria; Ryd Sweden; Wales, UK and many states throughout the USA…. Read more →

Roy Musitelli

Roy Musitelli

Raised and educated in Santa Cruz, California, Roy Musitelli moved to the Pacific Northwest in 1977 with a reverence for compelling visual images through photojournalism.  After a 30-year award-winning career in the newspaper field came to a close, a passion for illustration and design called him back to the drawing board.  He now resides in Medford, Oregon, spending his days… Read more →

Phyllis Gustafson

Phyllis Gustafson

A Rogue Valley native, I learned to enjoy and study nature from an early age. Being outside, playing, working and interacting with nature have always been my way of life. I have a keen appreciation of light and how it plays on all of life from shinning through the cells of a leaf to the shimmering reveal of the earth’s… Read more →

Ginny Matheson

Ginny Matheson

Ginny Matheson lives and works in Southern Oregon but her earliest art training was in Michigan where she worked primarily in stone and wood carving. After moving to Indiana, Ginny began to focus on two-dimensional media and took more training in drawing, painting, and collage.

Beach Party

Carol Sharp

Carol has been an artist since childhood. Professionally she has expressed her talent for art and design through her vocation as an interior designer. Over the years she has also pursued many different art forms including painting, collage, ceramics, and scrimshaw.

Mary Jo Heath

Mary Jo Heath

Mary Jo Heath was born in Coos Bay, Oregon. She moved to the Rogue Valley with her family at the age of five, attended school in Central Point and graduated from Medford High School. Higher education includes Bachelor of Science Degrees from Southern Oregon College, Graduate Studies at the University of Oregon, and numerous workshops.

Yvonne Kitchen

Yvonne Kitchen

Her highly detailed renderings exhibit not only her knowledge of anatomy, but they also bring out the personality of each subject.

Susie Lee

Susie Lee

Art came naturally to Susie. With stubs of #2 pencils from school, on spare newsprint from her father’s newspaper office, she constantly drew the family dogs, cats and hamsters, the horses in nearby pastures, and the creatures she saw in the Sierra mountain wilderness.

Millie Clarke

Millie Clarke

My life took on a new dimension when I decided to try painting. I had thought about it for many years, with the emphasis on “many.” I’ve always loved the paintings of Van Gogh and Picasso so I began by copying one of each artist.

King and Queen

Dick Woods

Richard “Dick” Woods has enjoyed creating art for many years. Dick has served as President, vice-president, treasurer and gallery director for the society over the years.

Flowers For You

Judy Hubler

Judy minored in art during her college years and continued to study under local artists in Klamath Falls and Medford, Oregon working in oil, pastels and watercolors.

Ruth Heath

Ruth Heath

The beautiful world the Lord has created is an adventure and joy to me. My desire is to use the ability He has given me, as an artist, to share what I see with others.

Marilyn Zupan

Marilyn Zupan

Marilyn’s journey into art began with Calligraphy becoming a passion that led to her teaching this art form for more than 20 years. In 2009 a friend suggested that she try doing watercolours and a new passion was born.