Ashland Daily Tidings
By: Vickie Aldous
ASHLAND ó The Schneider Museum of Art is transformed into four separate galleries with art ranging from minimalist to lush for exhibits that will continue through Sept. 9.
An opening reception for the exhibits and artists will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at the museum, near the corner of Indiana Street and Siskiyou Boulevard on the Southern Oregon University campus in Ashland.
The exhibit, part of the museum's celebration of its 30th anniversary, features the work of Liz Shepherd of Ashland, Tofer Chin and Amir H. Fallah of Los Angeles, and Ryan Schneider, who relocated from New York City to Joshua Tree, Calif.
"We turned our sights south and once again into our backyard for selecting the four artists for our four solo exhibitions this summer," says Scott Malbaurn, director of Schneider Museum. "Two are quickly emerging artists from Los Angeles and one from the desert of California adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park. The fourth artist lives and works in Ashland. Each artist works predominantly two-dimensionally with an emphasis on drawing and painting and each have their own distinct style."
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