Columbia Art Gallery at Columbia Center for the Arts features works by artists in a variety of mediums from oils, pastels and watercolors to pottery, jewelry, glass, fiber arts, mixed media and more.
Each month, we hang a new show while keeping a section of the gallery dedicated to our member artists, all of whom live within 50 miles of the gallery.
Columbia Art Gallery features the fine art of local artists, as well as artists from nearby regions. Click here for the list of artists we represent.
A challenge to all Gallery Artists to explore the color YELLOW - the most luminous color in the spectrum. Think lemon, sunshine, daffodil, and gold, and all the visual and symbolic ways that yellow manifests in our contemporary world.
Learn more: Luminous Yellow
Judi Baker learned to love photography from her parents who documented their world travels with cameras. During her own travels, Judi enjoys learning about new lands and their cultures.
Learn more: Artists' Nook - Judi Baker
Eleven local and regional artists participate in the May show: "Human Nature." The artists have produced work in a wide variety of mediums and styles, inspired by the concept of Human Nature.
Learn more: Human Nature
Photographer Nick Bielemeier combines his love of the outdoors and nature with new techniques in digital photography to produce fresh and vibrant images. Nick's passion has always been to create photos of the scenic beauty and rich history here in the Columbia Gorge and the Hood River Valley.
Learn more: Artists' Nook - Nick Bielemeier
Learn how to become a Gallery Artist and/or a guest artist in a monthly show or special event. Learn more: Show your art at Columbia Art Gallery.
Click for info on recent art shows at the Columbia Art Gallery.