Artist News

Spotlight on Artist

Dennis Campbell

Father's Day

is coming up!

We will soon have many types of knives loved by men and reflecting the great outdoors. We also have men's jewelry and beautiful photos and paintings reflecting the great outdoors to hang in his man-cave.  We have  lots of wood furniture using redwood, pine, and juniper - lamps, tables, and hat and coat racks. Mugs with artist's prints. We also have sculptures and baskets all portraying the great outdoors.

Dennis is an expert in quality gems. To name only a few - opals, agate, jasper, tiger eye, amethyst, garnet, and peridot. Every piece of jewelry Dennis sells for only a little above his costs. He loves to be able to do this for our customers and is one of our great volunteers. He is in our Gallery on Wednesdays and he can tell you what each gem is, it’s worth, and puts all the stones in his jewelry on his tags. He can also design jewelry to your specifications. Dennis specializes in gemstones and uses opal, agates, jaspers and many other earth mined minerals and rocks. He says, "I am inspired by color and try to blend them with different shapes to make the entire piece a part of the art. My focus is gemstones, opal in particular, and I plan to start mounting and using my large collection in my newer works. I will create and repair items like you want them. I love to explore Oregon’s wonders and experience the outdoors. I do fabrication and paintwork on RC tanks and trucks. My special talent is finding the best materials at affordable prices and making jewelry people are passionate about."

Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop Presents 

Gift Certificates to Local Disabled Vets

 

We are blessing both the vets and our businesses by giving out gift certificates. Thank you to those who have helped out with this, especially our artists who donated gifts to be auctioned off

Nick Gudge is one of our recipients.

Nick received a gift certificate from Family Foods. Nick is pictured here with Judy Pate.

Dennis Campbell is another recipient of our auction that we had earlier this year. Thank you to all those who helped us raise these funds. Dennis is pictured here with Judy Pate.

 Enjoy a few photos from the 2019 Mask Mania! 

WE'RE OPEN! 

Please use social distancing.

If you would like to schedule a time before or after these hours we'd be happy to open the

doors at your convenience. 

 

THANKS FOR ALL THE LOCAL SUPPORT!

We need you for our sales and you're coming through! 

Pete Pate

Clubs

JP Biddlecome 2nd book

Camera Club

Camera club meetings are postponed until September 2020. We look forward to seeing you then!

Chiloquilters

2020 Events

Valentine's Dinner & Entertainment Fundraiser

Two Rivers Art Gallery and Gift Shop put on the Annual Valentine Dinner at the Community Center in Chiloquin as a fundraiser for Chiloquin Community Builder’s Economic Development Team. They have plans to reconstruct some of our downtown historical buildings into living areas and well needed businesses. 80 people participated. We want to give our thanks to the Old Time Fiddlers, Pot Belly Cafe’s owner Dana Ward and all those who helped. It was a great success!

                                                                                                                                     - Judy Pate, Director

2019 Events

Valentine's Dinner & Entertainment Fundraiser

The first year the dinner benefited our local Fire & Rescue Team in Chilolquin. Last year supported tourism: Painting the mural and putting two nice Tourism Signs at the Chiloquin Rodeo Grounds. This year also suppoerted Tourism but because the Team of people interested in bettering Chiloquin grew to 55 supporters, we wanted to also include the 12 projects this large team of supporters are planning for a better tomorrow for Chiloquin. 

Thank you to all who came to our Dinner and supported us and those who just wanted to donate to our great cause; create a better tomorrow for Chiloquin.

Fourth of July Parade in Chiloquin

Two Rivers Art Gallery participated in the Fourth of July Parade in Chioquin and won the first place award! 

TRAG float, photo by Flogerzi Photography