Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Scenes from the Geezer Gallery!

Welcome to the Geezer Gallery!

Bobbie Kramer pours Ambacht Beer samples....yum!

A happy crowd!

A portrait of Marcia Wilson by Susan Kuznitsky

Fabric Sculpted Vase by Laurie Fendel

Esther Liberman's beaded works in the Gallery window

Friday, March 9, 2012


Diane Fredgant's beautiful hand-painted silk Tallitot will be featured at Oregon Jewish Museum on Sunday, March 18th in conjunction with a talk by author Ruth Tenzer Feldman. The two women will conduct a parent & teen program about the transformative aspects of the tallit (prayer shawl). If you've ever seen Diane's silk work, or heard her speak about the process of creating it, you know this will be a meaningful and moving afternoon.

Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm
The event is free with membership or museum admission.

For more information, and to RSVP:

Oregon Jewish Museum
1953 NW Kearney St
Portland OR 97209

Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Geezer Gallery features artwork created by artists over the age of 60. The name is a little controversial...and that is a good thing! Our stereotypes of the elder community is all wrong and the contents of this gallery prove it!

March is Jewish Arts Month. ORA artists are guests of the gallery and we are so excited to present our new works there! YES, some of our members are Geezers...and some are Geezers in waiting!

The gallery is filled with gorgeous art! Join us for our special opening on Thursday March 8th.
Come to the Gallery in Multnomah Village between 6-9pm - 7710 SW 31st ( in the Loaves & Fishes Building)

See beautiful art and sample some delicious beer (Ambacht) brewed by our friend Tom Kramer.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

ORA + Geezer= Great Art!

ORA artists of all ages will be featured artists at the Geezer Gallery in Multnomah Village.
There will be two openings...
Friday night March 2nd 6-9 and Thursday night, March 8 6-9pm.

In addition to our art work, there will also be examples of work done by ORA artists in collaboration with residents from Rose Schnitzer Manor.

Pictured above is Evelyn Hirsch , who collaborated with glass artist Eddy Shuldman.
Come see the final product at the Gallery!