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JAN
27
2017

Newsletter Fourth Edition

Newsletter Four is out. Get the latest on Empty Bowls, new members and everything else that makes the WAC a great place to be.
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APR
11
2015

Classes at the WAC

We have a full complement of pottery classes at the WAC. There are three handbuilding classes (Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday and Thursday evening), three wheel throwing classes (Wednesday evening, Thursday and Saturday Mornings) and one raku class on Monday evening. Plus there is
APR
01
2015

Margrethe Gregg, April’s Featured Oaks Gallery Artist

Margrethe Gregg began her love of pottery in 1992 here in Salem, taking her first courses through Chemeketa Community College. After moving to Redmond she taught Community Ed pottery for several years at Central Oregon Community College before returning to the Salem area in 2002.
MAR
13
2015

Lee Plympton, March’s Featured Oaks Gallery Artist

I studied illustration in college with plans to become the next Norman Rockwell. It didn’t quite work out that way – I spent my professional life as an Interior Designer creating restaurants by day and watercolors on the weekends. When I moved to Salem 10 years ago I fell in love
FEB
17
2015

Stephen Hale, February’s Featured Oaks Gallery Artist

Recent works by local artist, Stephen Hale are featured in the Oaks Gallery at the Willamette Art Center from February 1, 2015 to February 28, 2015. Stephen Hale grew up in Salem, Oregon and graduated from Sprague High School. He is a master finish carpenter working on home
DEC
18
2012

Jim Ransom, The Clay Whistler

Jim Ransom is a long time Willamette Art Center artist who teaches the Saturday morning wheel throwing class. Jim is a skilled wheel thrower who also makes clay whistles. Jim is a part-time local potter and state employee and who lives in Salem and works out of the Willamette Art