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!
Two Rivers Art Gallery & Gift Shop
Packed With Unique, Affordable,
and New Beautiful Artworks!
Most of our Artists, usually depend on selling their artwork through our gallery, art fairs and events. They are relying on our Gallery and our website: www.2riversartgallery.com for their sales.
So we have some sales to help our treasured Artists!
Like most artists in our area, their prices are the lowest possible prices! They are serious about selling their artworks.
2 weeks only! Susie Aspell is putting
her fine jewelry on sale!
Susan Dougal, another fine jewelry artist, is extending her sale through September.
Anna Sereno, an excellent photographer,
has her sale going on.
And others are also joining in...
Two Rivers Art Gallery, non-profit-all volunteer and also a Visitors Information Center, has been supported mostly by tourists from all over the world & nation with added local support. Of course smoke filled fires and now COVID-19 has hindered us and many other businesses to the point of closing.
We urge you to consider shopping at
locally owned stores who are being hit the hardest.
We are very thankful for many who are stepping up; who have "caringly" responded to our plea for help.
Our motto is: "For the Love of Art and Artists" We do everything we can to bring all of you in to view and take home fabulous items of all kinds from these amazing artists who create: wood furniture, jewelry, paintings, photography, needle crafts, textiles, pottery, baskets, carved and constructed sculptures, and glassware.
The Klamath Lake Land Trust (KLLT) is sponsoring a photo contest and winning images will be featured on our website www.klamathlakelandtrust.org and published in a 2021 calendar. Images should include nature, plants, trees, flowers, water, fish, wildlife, birds or any other nature based scenery that was found in the general area of the Klamath Basin (ok to include people!) and photographed during the last 5 years, through October 31st, 2020. We encourage anyone with a nature photo – amateur or professional – to enter.
Images must feature plants, wildlife, or scenery that are native to the Klamath Basin. Photos should not be digitally manipulated in order to change the nature of the composition. Minor adjustments such as cropping, adjusting exposure, shadows or highlights or sharpening the image are acceptable.
Images will be judged based on their composition, artistic merit, technical quality, depiction of their subject matter, and overall impact. A panel of judges appointed by the Klamath Lake Land Trust will review the photos based on those criteria. All decisions of the judges are final. Winners will be announced and on display at www.klamathlakelantrust.org and Klamath_Lake_Land_Trust@Facebook.com by November 6, 2020.
1st, 2nd, 3rd and honorable mentions will be awarded:
• First Place Prize: $150 cash prize, 2021 KLLT calendar, complimentary annual membership
• Second Place Prize: $50 cash prize, 2021 KLLT calendar
• Third Place Prize: $25 cash prize, 2021 KLLT calendar
• 4th, 5th, 6th, Place winners receive an honorable mention on KLLT website.
Entering the Contest
Applicants may submit up to three digital images in .jpg format via e-mail to: KLLTphotocontest2020@gmail.com. Each image should include the name of the artist submitting the entry. No watermarks or text on the image. Minimum Resolution requirement is 800 pixels high or 1200 pixels wide and maximum file size not to exceed 10Mb. Klamath Lake Land Trust reserves the right to disqualify any image at their discretion for any reason.
Contest Terms and Conditions
1. The contest is open to amateur or professional photographers and is subject to the laws of Oregon.
2. No entry fee is required. Entrants may submit a maximum of three images to the contest. Duplicate submissions will not be considered.
3. The deadline for entry by e-mail is midnight October 31st, 2020 to KLLTphotocontest2020@gmail.com.
4. The Klamath Lake Land Trust reserves the right to cancel or modify the rules of the contest at any time.
By submitting your photographs in this contest, you hereby grant to the Klamath Lake Land Trust a royalty free, non-exclusive, and perpetual right to copy, edit, adapt, distribute, perform, display and/or use these photographic images, including any derivative works created from these materials, in whole or in part, for use in Klamath Lake Land Trust promotional materials.
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.
First amount must be at least 25% of purchase price.
Payments are to be made once a month with a maximum of 6 months.
If not paid in 6 months, item will be taken off layaway. Money returned less the 25% initial payment.
If customer changes mind, money can be returned less the 25% initial payment. Gallery needs a minimum of 2 days’ notice.
Customer may have no more than two items on layaway at a time.
All merchandise stays in the gallery
until fully paid
Enjoy a few photos from the 2019 Mask Mania!