Multi-Media By Guild Members Mixed-Media By Guild Members

Many contemporary artists explore moving beyond traditional art and fine craft disciplines, materials, and platforms, combining unexpected elements into unique creations. They may combine natural materials like driftwood with more malleable materials or add surprising elements like wax and collage materials to traditional paints. Mixed media works push the envelope beyond the expected.

Gwen Huber Mixed-Media 4381

Kathi Culver is a mixed media artist living and working in Southern Oregon. She was born as a twin into a family of artists and surrounded by creativity from a young age. Her mother, a decorative arts and painting teacher, and her father, a radio and movie/TV

Gwen Huber Mixed-Media 3082

After a career as a social science professor, I now have time to develop my lifelong interest in art. I am a painter who uses mixed media to depict my views of nature. In addition to watercolor, I often work with natural materials like beeswax and limestone clay. Using these materials means

Gwen Huber Mixed-Media 2919

Mary Reynolds is a Southwest Oregon artist living in the scenic Illinois River Valley. She developed a thrill for beads and beading over years of hobby craft. Looking for her niche, she tried working with all types of beads and techniques. In the process, she developed a passion for freeform


I have long created metal art and gemstone jewelry, but my current focus is on my newest art form which I call “Metal Earth Art”. My newest creations are multi-media “paintings” that contain a lot of natural materials, including plants, gemstones, and precious metals in addition to paints. I

Class held 2014 Southern Oregon Guild of Artists and Artisans

Play Participate Lead

Our Workshops & Classes

Joyful camaraderie comes with learning and working together on something you love. Our art classes and workshops bring together artists and community members to create in a variety of media. Watch our calendar.

Our Teachers

The Guild’s art workshops and classes are taught either by Guild members, who are practicing artists in their field, or by visiting Master Artists, who are regionally or nationally recognized for excellence in their disciplines. Classes in the business of art are taught by professional artists and educators who have achieved economic success in the arts.