The Art Department faculty at EOU are dedicated to bring their diverse experience and artistic explorations to bare in teaching challenging studio and art history courses. We are dedicated working artists with active studio practices and expertise in a variety of media and conceptual approaches to making art.
The Nightingale Gallery and the La Grande Arts Commission are pleased to present the opening of the 27th Annual Season’s Faire exhibit. The exhibit opens on November 1, from 6-8pm, in the Nightingale Gallery in Loso Hall on the campus of Eastern Oregon University. Over thirty artists will be exhibiting their work in the gallery and competing for $1,000 in prize money, donated by a number of local businesses. Elizabeth Malaska, a nationally recognized artist and visiting professor of painting at EOU, will serve as our juror this year and...
The Nightingale Gallery of Eastern Oregon University is pleased open our fall season with the presentation of work by two Oregon Artists. To the Rumored Garden will present a body of work by Renee Couture in our main gallery space. In our small front gallery space Carolyn Hopkins will present her mixed-media installation, Cascade.
The exhibition opens Friday, October 4 and coincides with La Grande’s new First Friday Artwalk. There will be a reception from 6-8pm that evening in the gallery located in Loso Hall. The show will run through...
The annual “All-Campus Juried Student Exhibition” featuring work by EOU students across disciplines opens Friday, May 31 in Nightingale Gallery. A reception is planned from 6-8 p.m. with presentation of awards occurring at 6:30 in the gallery in Loso Hall.
Daniel Forbes, director of the Sheehan Gallery at Whitman College is the juror this year. He has designed, installed and curated over 200 exhibitions for commercial and academic galleries in Washington and Oregon. His studio practice explores the complicated territories of gender,...
Jennifer Brotherton, “Untitled,” charcoal and watercolor, 61’’ x 47’’ (2013.)
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) - Eastern Oregon University presents “Exposed,” the third and final senior capstone exhibition of the year, on display in Nightingale Gallery May 17-24.
A reception for artists Jennifer Brotherton, Trevor Durr and Asa Miller is from 6-8 p.m. on the opening day of the exhibition. The students will be showing a variety of ceramic sculpture, drawing, installation, painting and pottery.
“This diverse group of art and...
The second in a series of exhibitions featuring the work of senior EOU art students opens in Nightingale Gallery with a reception from 6-8 p.m., Friday, April 26
Matt Orthmann, Jake Wilcox and Amanda Yates all create work based in nature and concerned with the misdirection of the audience, thus the title of their exhibit: “The Nature of Deception.”
“This exhibit will showcase their investigation of these ideas and they invite the community to participate in that exploration,” said Cory Peeke, associate professor of art and gallery...
The Nightingale Gallery at EOU announces “Transposition,” a senior capstone group exhibition featuring work by James Long, Christina Roe and Henrik Soerensen.
The show will open with a reception for the artists at 6 p.m. April 5 and continue through April 19. Works in mixed media, prints and drawings will be on display.
“The Other Man” by James Long, graphite on paper, 13” x 13” (2013).
James Long is a non-traditional student who began his academic career at Boise State University in 1995. Though he also enjoys painting and...
The Nightingale Gallery would like to congratulate the following award winners from the 2013 Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition. The EOU Art program presented University Scholar Awards to three area high school seniors whose work demonstrates great potential for continued success at the college level. These awards each come with a $1,500 renewable scholarship to study art at EOU. All Best of Show winners received an award certificate and a sketchbook in which to continue to sharpen their creative skills. Honorable Mention...
With springtime waiting in the wings, a showcase of blossoming artistic talent is also coming to Nightingale Gallery in March.
The annual “Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition” opens with an awards presentation and reception from 6-8 p.m. Friday, March 8 in the gallery in Loso Hall at EOU.
Students in grades nine through 12 were invited to submit up to two works each. High schools with artists scheduled to exhibit are La Grande, Baker, Crane, Cove, Grant Union, Joseph, Ontario and Union.
“We are excited to be able to...
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – ”I’m a collage-maker for much the same reason I’m a curator – I love images,” says Cory Peeke, associate professor of art and director of Nightingale Gallery at Eastern Oregon University.
Peeke’s collages go on display at the Sheehan Gallery at Whitman College, Feb. 22-Apr. 12. He’ll also give an artist talk at 5:30 p.m. Mar. 29 in Olin Hall, Room 130 at Whitman.
This upcoming show follows Peeke’s recent guest appearance at the Saranac Art Projects‘ exhibition in Spokane and the debut of the...
The Nightingale Gallery of Eastern Oregon University is pleased to present the exhibition Quietude. Curated by Cory Peeke the Nightingale Gallery’s director, the exhibit presents the work of six artists whose works communicate a decidedly quiet attitude.
The exhibition opens Friday, February 8 with a reception from 6-8pm in the gallery located in Loso Hall. The show will run through Friday, March 1. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 11am to 4pm.
Quietude exhibits a selection of works by Nathan Abels, Amelia Hankin, Armin Mühsam,...