Spring Guild Member Exhibit: Our Fragile Planet
Art in the Vineyard: Featuring the solo work of Sheila Mason
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Call for workshop proposals
Polymer Clay Jewelry
Polymer Clay Jewelry Workshop
Sunday October 15 • 10am-3pm

with Pamela Espinoza at the Guild Gallery & Art Center

Fall Guild Member Exhibit
At The Guild: "Intersections"
Fall Guild Member Art Exhibit

Opening Sunday October 22 from 3-5pm at the Guild Gallery

Art in the Vineyard
Art in the Vineyard: A Guild Gallery
at Bridgeview Winery Tasting Room

The work of Charles Churchill & Miri Admoni on display NOW!
Bridgeview is open everyday • 12pm to 7pm

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Art Glass by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Art Glass: made with fire, sand and the elements


Art Glass

Glassblowers, stained glass artists, and sculptors create vessels, windows and other amazing objects of beauty.

Ceramics by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Ceramics: the magic of shaping, glazing & heating clay



Guild members’ beautiful ceramics range from purely decorative art work to every-day functional pieces.

Design by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Design: from websites to garments to homes



Designers create things large and small by integrating many simple elements into complex entities both real and virtual.

Fiber & Fabric Art by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Fiber & Fabric Art: stitching, felting & weaving


Fiber & Fabric Arts

From functional fine crafts to art to wear or display, fibers from plants and animals provide a medium to create

Illustration by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Illustration: bringing words to life in stylistic imagery



Artists add the visual dimension to stories and poetry in books, magazines, film and other print or digital media.

Jewelry & Metal Art by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Jewelry & Metal Art: beads, gems and metals make beautiful art


Jewelry & Metal Art

Whether adornment for the body or stand-alone objects, see imaginative work with metals, beads, gems and more.

Mixed Media by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Mixed Media: combining media and materials to make art


Mixed Media

Varied artistic skills and unexpected elements come together to create unique Two– and Three– dimensional art.

Paintings and printmaking by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Painting & Printmaking: imagery on paper, canvas, wood and more


Painting & Printmaking

Using pencil, ink, paint and electronic media to express emotions and ideas through pictures seen in the mind’s eye.

Performance & Language Arts by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Performance & Language Arts: words, music, acting—other art dimensions


Performance & Language Arts

Drama, dance, music, acting, literature—all create profound experiences for mind and body.

Photography & Videography by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Photography & Videography: capturing still and moving images


Photography & Videography

Whether still images or moving pictures, the visionary's art illuminates the beauty and stories of the world around us.

Sculpture by Southern Oregon Guild Members

creating remarkable dimensional art



Clay, stone, wood, metal and found objects become wonderful dimensional art at the hands of creative sculptors.

Woodwork by Southern Oregon Guild Members

Woodwork: wood finely crafted into functional art



The craft of fine woodworking demands vision, precision and the deep knowledge of tools, techniques and fine woods.


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Growing Creative Community

Submit a proposed that builds creative community; that brings people together; that supports creative thinking or creative skills.

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Active Membership

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Ray Pague’s passion for art emerged in childhood. At the age of 12 he won a television in a drawing contest. Recognizing talent in their 14 year old son, his parents purchased a correspondence art course for him. By 18, he had developed hand-lettering skills that started his professional art career.

At 21 years of age, Ray started his career as an illustrator. After completing a certification “Draftsman Illustrator” course provided by the US Navy, he was hired by the Department of Defense (Army) as an illustrator. He continued in this capacity until 1987 when he moved with his family to Atlanta to enter The Portfolio Center for Graphic Arts. Following completion of the Portfolio Center program, he took a position as a technical illustrator for EZ Go Golf Car Company, working in their art department for 4 ½ years. From there, he became Chief Illustrator for ClubCar Golf Car Manufacturing Co. for an additional six years. Since that time, he has devoted himself to fine art.

Ray was fortunate to study fine art with notable artists such as James Palmer O’Neil Lyle, a master painter in the Renaissance tradition. He also studied with Ann Didusch Schuler at the Schuler School of Fine Art and Daniel Greene, a renowned teacher and artist from New York. He is a lifelong student of greatness and continues his independent study of past masters and their historic contexts in a variety of media.

After a number of fruitful art years in the mountains of North Carolina, Ray and Linda, his wife, moved to the mountains of Southern Oregon where they reside today. Though media and subjects have changed through the years, Ray’s commitment to advancing his skills in several media and offering his artistic expressions and works to the world is constant and abiding. Ray currently paints both en plein air and in a home studio. He is a member of the Grants Pass Museum of Art and the Southern Oregon Guild of Artists and Artisans. To learn more about Ray Pague, visit https://www.raypague.com/