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2841 NE Alberta St, Portland OR 97211.

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MULTICULTURAL ART

GALLERY

Featured  artist

Persisters // Tara Centybear

art exhibition

       Blind Insect Gallery is thrilled to present the inaugural exhibition of 2020. Featuring artwork by local Portland Oregon based artist Tara Centybear, Persisters will showcase contemporary portrait paintings centering on issues of gender, race, vulnerability, and identity. This exhibition opens January 30th as part of Last Thursday Art Walk on the Alberta Arts District.

Accessible art

for all

Blind Insect's gallery and shop feature over two dozen emerging artists from local Portlanders, to artists in Russia and South America. We pride ourselves on giving emerging and multicultural artists a platform to exhibit their work while also providing artworks at affordable price points to encourage art collecting at any age and stage of life. Collecting and living with original artwork and high-quality reproductions should be within everyone's grasp and we are doing our part to make that happen. 

Please come visit us in the Alberta Arts District. 2841 NE Alberta st, Portland OR 97211.

MULTICULTURAL gallery & Shop

      "Blind Insect Gallery is a community space that features the artwork of various multicultural artists and creatives who don’t otherwise have access to show their work in the mainstream. With rotating artists, they now are sharing the artwork of various artists from Peru, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela, Seattle, Boise, California, Portland and more.”

"What a treat it was to visit this little gallery/shop. A truly multicultural experience featuring both local artists and makers, but also from Mexico and South America. The Owner/Artists/Curators are bringing their passion and something really special to this city."

Marlis K. Sandwith

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