Tuesday, December 4, 2007


This show is awesome. Sometimes life gets you down and you aren't very happy, then you make some art with friends, and everything is better. This month we have a group show with Ryan Burghard, Amber Moss-Jensen, Damien, and myself. Expect lots of innovative works with paper, animation by Damien and a rocking soundtrack. After the gallery closes at 10pm, we will be shifting over to the EAST END on Grand for another art opening. See you sometime between 6 and 10.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

November First Thursday Opening

The opening for "Baptized in the River with Two Dips and a Flirt" was fun, colorful and interactive. People loved the Ryan Trecartin video, you could watch it for hours. The Adios Motherfuckers interactive installation was a huge hit. I learned that people loved to create icons of themselves with glue, scraps, glitter, and paint. Thank you to all the patrons who showed up, and the artists for putting it out there. Special thanks to Lauren for putting the show together and the hours installing it. Come by next month for a group show of Portland artists. We also have a few pieces still available from the JSHEA9 show if anyone is interested.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Ryan Trecartin

This is flyer number two for November's first Thursday show. This one features still shots from Ryan Trecartin's video, "A Family Finds Entertainment". Recently shown at the Whitney Biennial in New York City. We are very lucky to host the west coast premier of this video at IGLOO, 325 NW 6th #102, Portland, OR. 6-10pm.

Monday, October 29, 2007


Hello, This month we have a group show with drawing, three dimensional work, and videos. Included is a west coast premier screening of Ryan Trecartin's video from the Whitney Biennial entitled "A Family Finds Entertainment". If you need some color and humor in your life, this is the show to see. Also includes work from Ana Briseno, Danridge Geiger, Timothy Kurtz, Lauren M. Taylor, and Adios Motherfuckers. Thursday November 1st, 6-10pm.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Ghosts From My Memories Opening

Great show! Tons of people showed up from far and away. J.Shea was in the house along with Yoskay Yamamoto from L.A., some peeps from Santa Barbara and Keiko from Miami. Everyone showed up early and stayed late, but the work was amazing and there was no other place I would rather be. I was entranced by the stop motion video of the mural painting for hours. It was our best show yet. If you haven't seen it, we will be open on Saturdays from 12-5pm, so come and see it out before the end of the month. Also, check out J.Shea's work at his link and stop by next month.

Monday, October 1, 2007

Ghosts From My Memories

Our October first Thursday show is jshea. Joe comes to town this month with a collection of new work in sculpture, assemblage, carvings, and found objects. Joe's creative sculptural pieces demand you fill in the blanks with your own narrative story. Come and meet Joe and his work at the opening reception, Thursday October 4th 6-10pm, at IGLOO 325 NW 6th #102, Portland Oregon. Live soundtrack by DJ Magneto. Check out the link for more of Joe's work and past shows.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Frenetic Grace Opening

Some shots from the September first Thursday show at IGLOO. Clockwise from top left, Chris Oh, two of his watercolor pieces, detail photo of "Wicked Wings", some colorful people from Seattle, a detail photo of "Awesome Blossom" and a view from the loft mid-show. It was great fun, thanks to Jasmine and Chris for making it out from New York City. See you next month for the "Ghosts from my memory" show on October 4th. Check the "Ghosts" press release link.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

New York Group Show

FRENETIC GRACE, a New York group show curated by Jasmine Pasquill. The works of Kelly Clark, Corrine Jones, Victoria Keddie, Mark Mulroney, Kevin O'Neill, and Chris Oh. A visual delight of form, shape, and texture. Audio provided by concept duo BRAIDS. Opening reception Thursday September 6, from 6-10pm.

Friday, August 10, 2007

Jun Seo Hahm

Jun Seo Hahm was born in Korea in 1976. After studying art theory in Korea, he moved to the U.S. to study experimental animation at the California Institute of Arts. Now, he is a professional animator and designer living in Portland, OR. He has a wide range of work including comic books, illustration, film making, drawing, painting, and animation. You can read more about him and see more of his work through our link to his website.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007