Visit us this month for a new show featuring Tamara Enz’s photographs of water and ice and Cheryl Kempner’s metal and clay sculptures of birds and blossoms. You can also meet the artists at the First Friday Art Walk on May 4. Tamara’s past life as a biologist informs her current life as a writer […]

In April, we’re featuring our Associate Artist members in the main gallery. We’ll have weavings and textile pieces by Angelique Stewart, acrylic paintings by Suzanne Etienne, and hand-dyed scarves by Connie Simonsen. Our member artists will also have lots of new work to show in our other galleries, including outdoor metal pieces that are perfect […]

Spring is almost here! We’ll be celebrating with new pieces by our member artists. We also will be featuring the work of some wonderful young artists from Ashland High School, who will be showing paintings, small tables, benches, and lathe work: Gemti Loewenstein, Enya Cochran, Harrison Romney, Kai Cheval, Vincent Forster, Joah Margulis, Olivia Mellon, Dane […]

Come visit us and celebrate the start of a new year at First Fridays! Artist Reception – First Friday January 5, 2018 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm We had a wonderful 2017 thanks to all of our visitors and member artists, and we hope that 2018 will be even better. We are taking our annual […]

November 1 – December 31 Artist reception during First Friday Art Walk, November 3, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Give this holiday season a more meaningful touch with gifts created by local artists. The artists at Ashland Art Works have been busy designing unique holiday creations sure to delight your friends, family, and – of course […]

October 4 – October 31 Artist reception during First Friday Art Walk, October 6, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Visit us this month for a new show featuring Claudia Law’s art quilts and Elin Babcock’s geometric paper tiles and new assemblage works. The Rogue World Ensemble will be performing During the First Friday Art Walk […]

Our September 2017 show is “Locally Made: Furniture, pottery, and jewelry made with local materials”, including new work by Bonnie Morgan, Liz Ellingson, and John Weston