Archives for posts with tag: Portland

music_man…and then there was this wonderful music man, adding cool sounds and ambience to the flow of pedestrians along Hawthorne Boulevard…

trillium_trailA true sign of Spring, beautiful trillium makes its annual appearance along the Trillium Trail at Tryon Creek State Park in Southwest Portland. This little perennial flowering plant even has its own festival!

purple_shadesYou can’t miss the latest addition to Burnside Avenue—a series of bright purple, star-studded awnings at McMenamins Ringlers Pub beneath the Crystal Ballroom and Lola’s Room. “Named for the Crystal’s originator — dance aficionado and entrepreneur Montrose Ringler — Ringlers features a high, wooden-beamed ceiling and massive, mosaic-tiled bar, with the familiar crack of pool cues in the background.”

afas28Art For Art’s Sake [No. 28]  Title: “Saint Michael the Archangel Collage”  Location: Portland Art Museum

industrial_abstract#57Industrial Abstract #57 | Location: Empire Rubber & Supply Company,
80 SE Taylor Street, Portland

coffee_break_monday_3_9_10Coffee Break Monday | March 9, 2015   Location: Water Avenue Coffee Company, 1028 SE Water Ave #145, Portland

you_are_hereThe landmark Portland Oregon sign—as seen in a new light—at the western end of the Burnside Bridge, Old Town Portland

bollywoodOrder 48 at Bollywood Theater, 3010 SE Division Street in Portland

industrial_abstract#56Industrial Abstract #56  |  Location: Northwest Industrial District, Portland

city_scenes10City Scenes | No. 10    Location: Portland’s Pearl District, at NW 10th and NW Lovejoy

the_enclaveThe Enclave by Richard Mosse | Through April 12, 2015 at the Portland Art Museum

“Richard Mosse’s powerful video installation The Enclave (2013) premiered at the 2013 Venice Biennale in the Irish Pavilion. The Enclave was produced using a recently discontinued military film technology originally designed in World War II to reveal camouflaged installations hidden in the landscape. This film registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, rendering the green landscape in vivid hues of lavender, crimson, and hot pink. On the threshold of the medium’s extinction, Mosse employed this film to document an ongoing conflict situation in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. This humanitarian disaster—in which 5.4 million people have died since 1998—is largely overlooked by the mass media. Frequent massacres, human rights violations, and widespread sexual violence remain unaccounted for. In a kind of advocacy of seeing, The Enclave attempts to cast this forgotten tragedy in a new spectrum of light, to make this forgotten humanitarian disaster visible.” (Excerpt from the Portland Art Museum)


coffee_break_monday_3_2_15Coffee Break Monday | March 2, 2015    Subject: Sound Grounds Café | Location: 3701 SE Belmont Street, Portland

sign_language25Sign Language | Volume 25    Subject: “CD Shields”  |  Location: Christopher David, 901 NW 10th Ave, Portland

afas27Art For Art’s Sake [No. 27]   Subject: “Tile Entry”   |   Location: Mississippi Avenue, Portland

whisked_awaySubject: The clever form + function whisk biycle rack at Saint Cupcake   Location: 1138 SW Morrison Street, Downtown Portland

mauriceSubject: MÅURICE: A Modern Pastry Luncheonette  |  Location: 921 Southwest Oak Street, Portland

lighthouseSubject: The Yaquina Head Lighthouse, which stands near the mouth of the Yaquina River near Newport on the Oregon Coast.

licenseplateArt For Art’s Sake [No. 27]   Subject: “License Plate” | Location: A pumpkin farm on Sauvie Island, ten miles northwest of downtown Portland

coffee_break_monday_2_23_15Coffee Break Monday | February 23, 2015   Subject: The perfect cappuccino | Location: Ristretto Coffee Roasters in the Schoolhouse Electric Building, 2181 Northwest Nicolai Street, Portland

along_the_banks_of_the_willametteSubject: “Along The Banks of the Willamette”  |  Location: The waterfront along the banks of the Willamette River near Southwest Macadam Avenue