The Gallery

We’re interested in sharing pieces by new visual artists. This page will serve as a showcase and portal to their work. You can also find more great art in our archives here: The Museum


3 Artworks

by Douglas G. Campbell

Fish image
I Pledge Allegiance to the Fish


Blessed Reposed image
Blessed Reposed


Chatooga image


3 Pieces

by Adam Kluger

Kaylee image


steve the waiter image
Steve the Waiter


blue bernadette
Blue Bernadette


Shadow Memories

by Fabrice Poussin

shadow hunting image
Shadow Hunting


love birds image
Love Birds


almost mirage image
Almost Mirage



by Allen Forrest




Mosaics: Yellow

by Brian Michael Barbeito




Douglas G. CampbellDouglas G. Campbell lives in Portland, Oregon. He is Professor Emeritus of Art at George Fox University where he taught painting, printmaking, drawing and art history. His art is in the collections of the Portland Art Museum, Oregon State University, Ashford Pacific and George Fox University and included in numerous private collections. He is also the author of Seeing: When Art and Faith Intersect (University Press of America, 2002), Parktails (Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2012), and Facing the Light: The Art of Douglas Campbell (Oblique Voices Press, 2012). His poetry and artworks have been published in a number of periodicals. His style, content and choice of media are varied, as he once said: “My work ranges from the sublime to the ridiculous; I like to play both sides of the street.”


Adam KlugerAdam Kluger is a New York City born street artist & writer. A direct descendant of famed British sculptor Jacob Epstein and a past art student of renowned artist Ion Theodore, he went to the same high school as Jack Kerouac and spent some time studying the great artists throughout Europe before settling back in New York. He draws his inspiration from diverse sources that include Jean Dubuffet, Marc Chagall, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Bob Ross, Eric Payson and Pablo Picasso.


Fabrice PoussinFabrice Poussin is an assistant professor of French and English. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in France at La Pensee Universelle and in the United States in Kestrel, Symposium, and is set to appear in other magazines throughout 2016. His photography has also been published in Kestrel, The Front Porch Review, Foliate Oak Magazine, and is upcoming in San Pedro River Magazine and more than a dozen other on-line and in-print publications.


Allen ForrestAllen Forrest has worked in many mediums: computer graphics, theater, digital music, film, video, drawing and painting. He studied acting in the Columbia Pictures Talent Program in Los Angeles and digital media in art and design at Bellevue College (receiving degrees in Web Multimedia Authoring and Digital Video Production). He currently works in Vancouver, Canada, as a graphic artist and painter. He is the winner of the Leslie Jacoby Honor for Art at San Jose State University’s Reed Magazine, and his Bel Red painting series is part of the Bellevue College Foundation’s permanent art collection. Forrest’s expressive drawing and painting style is a mix of avant-garde expressionism and post-Impressionist elements.


Brian Michael BarbeitoBrian Michael Barbeito is a resident of Ontario Canada. He has poems, writings, and landscape photography at various venues such as CV2 The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing and Fiction International. Brian is the author of the book Chalk Lines (Fowlpox Press 2013) and edits the lit mag, Bougainvillea Road.



5 thoughts on “The Gallery

  1. This is a great site, and the artwork is especially good. Thank you to ALL the fine artists, visual and literary, on here. Feeling warm and fuzzy. Happy 2010! Thanks a bunch.

  2. Great works by Allen Forrest–He recently illustrated one of my short stories for Story Shack magazine–A really talented and creative artist who publishers and writers should seek out.

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