Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to announce Mostly Water, a solo presentation of new works by Seattle based artist Stephanie Simek. The exhibition will open Saturday August from 2-4pm and will be on view through Saturday September 21, 2019. This is her first exhibition with the gallery.
Melanie Flood Projects, in collaboration with Adams and Ollman, is pleased to announce an exhibition with the artists and contributors to the zine Free Spirit News. Founded in 2008 and based in Portland, Oregon, Free Spirit News is a free local publication that embodies collaboration and participation from a wide array of artists, writers, thinkers, other “free spirits" from around the world. With idiosyncratic content and a penchant for the nonsensical and the absurd, each issue includes a raucous mix of comics, doodles, jokes and poetry.
Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to announce Odette, a solo presentation of new paintings and sculptural objects by New York based artist Larissa Lockshin. The exhibition will open Friday May 3 with a reception from 5-7. This is her first exhibition at the gallery.
Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to present Ceremonial Vestments, a solo exhibition of new garments and video by Portland based artist Martha Daghlian. The exhibition will open on Friday February 22 with an artist reception on Sunday February 24 from 12-2pm.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 7:00pm
7:00pm - Refreshments
7:20pm - Collective Reading
Join us for a collective reading to celebrate the final week of 'If but a sunbeam strikes too warm.'
A loose anthology of found pastorals and other nature poems will be passed around and read by participating artists and writers, as well as those in attendance.
Organized by Jae Choi 💕
Join us for a Q&A on the occasion of our current exhibition 'If but a sunbeam strikes too warm' with participating artists Teresa Christiansen and Sarah Meadows moderated by Joel W. Fisher artist and Associate Professor of Art, Studio Head of Photography of Lewis & Clark College.
Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to announce 'If but a sun beam strikes too warm' a group exhibition of photographic works by Teresa Christiansen, Anne Hall, Sarah Meadows, Kate Steciw. The show will open Friday, October 12 and run through November 17, with an artist reception held on Sunday, October 14 from 11am to 1pm. All artists will be present at the reception.
On the occasion of Amy Bay: Yes Please Thank You, join us for an evening of poetry featuring Karolinn Fiscaletti, Erin Perry and Ashley Toliver. The reading will begin promptly at 7:30.
Ashley Toliver is the author of Spectra (Coffee House Press, September 2018) and a chapbook, Ideal Machine (Poor Claudia, 2014). A poetry editor at Moss., her work has been supported by fellowships from Oregon Literary Arts, the Cave Canem Foundation, and the Academy of American Poets. She received her MFA from Brown University in 2013, and currently lives in Portland, Ore.
Karolinn Fiscaletti is co-founder and editor of Old Pal, a magazine of literature and art. Her poems have appeared in Lana Turner, Fourteen Hills, The Gravity of the Thing, the submission series chapbook, and elsewhere, and her reviews have been published in the Hong Kong Review of Books. She lives and teaches in Portland.
Erin Perry lives in Portland, Ore. She teaches poetry at Portland State University and works as a server at a restaurant.
Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to announce 'Yes Please Thank You' a solo exhibition of new paintings by Portland based artist Amy Bay. The show will open Friday, August 10 and run through September 8, with an artist reception held on Saturday, August 11 from 12pm to 3pm. This will be Bay's first exhibition with the gallery.
May 4— June 2, 2018
Howard Fonda featuring Matilda Alair, Austin Eddy, John Opera & Michelle Ross
Melanie Flood Projects is pleased to present You Can't Stop the Spring, an exhibition of new work by Portland, OR-based artist Howard Fonda. The show will open May 4, 2018 and run through June 3, 2018, with an opening reception Friday, May 4th from 5pm to 8pm. This will be Fonda's first solo exhibition at the gallery.