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slides: Party Report: Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party

Saturday, January 17, 2015

 

Brian Wannamaker

Brian Wannamaker at Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party. Photo by Byron Beck.

On January 15, under a steady rain, more than 25 of Oregon-based painters, sculptors, photographers, writers and musicians showcased new works in their natural habitat, aka a sub-ground maze, at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

The party was hosted by Falcon artists and the patron saint of the space, developer and art supporter Brian Wannamaker, who recently purchased another intriguing space in Old Town at 321 Northwest Glisan Street. 

See slideshow of Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party below

Those in the process of working on and showing off their works in progress at the party was a who’s who of visual and performing artists including painters Alexander Rokoff, Alexandra Becker-Black, Samir Khurshid, Jerry Dickason, author Peter Zuckerman, singer/songwriter Holcombe Waller, filmmaker James Westby, the improv troupe The Liberators and the people behind X-Ray FM radio, including Jefferson Smith.

A full cocktail and wine bar was enjoyed by the over 500 guests that included Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish, former Portland Mayor Sam Adams, chef Lisa Schroeder, Randy Gragg, Henk and Arnold Pander, Scott Weaver, Jake Kindrachuk, Liz Crain, Will and Kelsey Tucker and many more. 

 

Related Slideshow: Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party

On January 15, under a steady rain, more than 25 of Oregon-based painters, sculptors, photographers, writers and musicians showcased new works in their natural habitat, aka a sub-ground maze, at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

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James Westby and Chloe

Filmmaker James Westby is one of the more than 25 of Oregon-based painters, sculptors, photographers, writers and musicians who showcased new works in their natural habitat, aka a sub-ground maze, at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Brian Wannamaker

Brian Wannamaker was one of the hosts at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Nick and Samir

City Commissioner Nick Fish and Samir Khurshid at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Will and Kelsey Tucker

Will and Kelsey Tucker at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Henk Pander

Portland painter Henk Pander at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Iaen, Jake & Katie

Iaen Nylund, Jake Kindrachuck and Katy Lesowski Smith at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Lisa and Sam

Chef Lisa Schroeder and Sam Adams at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Peter Zuckerman

Author Peter Zuckerman is one of 25 of Oregon-based painters, sculptors, photographers, writers and musicians who showcased new works in their natural habitat, aka a sub-ground maze, at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Celeste Trapp

Celeste Trapp at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Kate, Randy and Sarah

Kate Sokoloff, Randy Gragg and Sarah Hart at the Falcon Art Community Open Studio Party at the Falcon Art space in North Portland.

Photo by Byron Beck.

 
 

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