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Corvallis Arts Walk: July 2019

Guest Author | 07/10/2019 | Art Shows, Arts and Culture, Summer

Explore the art studios of downtown Corvallis and browse the work of our local artists!

The Corvallis Arts Walk is a grassroots-organized art walk that takes place on the third Thursday of each month in downtown Corvallis, Oregon. Galleries, studios, arts and crafts stores and the occasional pop-up keep their doors open late to host an art related event or demonstration.

On July 18, Oregon State University has two shows for you: the ever-anticipated OSU Faculty Exhibition is in Fairbanks Gallery of Art’s main level, while in the basement OSU Woodshop Projects presents John Selker’s "Wood Objects." You'll also be able to help the Corvallis Arts Walk welcome our newest venue, Voices Gallery’s neighbor Nancy Rohn Violins! Nancy hosts Chris Bentley with her botanically embellished scarves, clothing, wall hangings and prints. Matthew Nelson of recently relocated Pops Art Studio is ready to share his process from concept through design in paintings, including politically topical work. Pegasus Gallery welcomes Kris Mitchell, a local artist whose "Relationships" series examines her role in the world after her parents’ deaths. Across the street, you’ll find Brittney West sharing Plant Posse’s fresh crop of summer produce-inspired jewelry and art.

🗺️ Click here to see this month's Corvallis Arts Walk locations and exhibits on a Google Map.

Visit www.CorvallisArtsWalk.com to find which art studios are hosting which art shows. Follow the Corvallis Arts Walk on Facebook and Twitter for more information.

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