Upcoming Events

We have some events coming up this year. If you are interested, put them on your calendar. More details to follow.

Watercolor or Scratchboard Classes with Donna Lee are happening every second Saturday from 1-4. Check back or call the gallery for more details. The cost for these classes is $30, and there is a supply list. We may be able to provide you with supplies if cost is a factor, thanks to a generous grant from the Linn County Cultural Coalition.


April is our store anniversary. We hope to hold a meet-the-artist event sometime later in the month.


We will be holding our Li’l Art Show. This is open to the community and there is no fee to enter. Items must have a finished size of 8×10 or smaller. There is a limit of 2 entries per person, and the entries must be ready to hang or be displayed.


In August we will have a photography show. As of now there are no size requirements. Each person can enter up to 2 items. The items must be ready to hang.


In October we will hold our annual Turkey Decorating Show and Contest. This is a fun, community event with People’s Choice Award winners taking home first, second, and third place ribbons.


In November and December we hold our annual Holiday Store. We have other artists in the community join us, and our hours are extended during the month of December.

Other Classes and Events

We will be adding classes and events throughout the year. If you think you might like to sign up for any classes or enter any of the shows, be sure to check back for more details as we get closer to the event. In the meantime, happy creating!

Scratchboard Art with Donna Lee

Come join us! Award winning artist Donna Lee is back to guide you through creating a beautiful scratchboard tiger this Saturday, April 10th. The class is small, spaced out, masked up, with plenty of sanitizer available, just to keep you Covid-safe. Space is limited, so call today.

If you can’t make it this month, sign up now for our next class coming up in May, where we will complete the trio with (you guessed it)… bears. (Lions and tigers and bears. Oh, my!)