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Opening Reception: April 5th, 2019, 6-9pm

at Redux Gallery

811 East Burnside st #116

Showcasing illustration artists and their amazing mastery of line-work. Our theme for this show reveals a variety of different methods artists use in defining space, carving out edges, and focusing on an object. Within “Delineation” describes the action of describing or portraying something precisely, and how artists create form language through various methods and techniques in mark-making.

Join us for the Opening reception in April, or visit during Gallery hours to see these stunning originals as well as some prints in limited supply in person. Show runs for two months, through May, 2019


Megan Eckman’s overactive imagination has fueled her creativity since childhood. She graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead in 2009 with a degree in drawing. Afterwards she moved to Silicon Valley and began selling prints of her work to pay the high rent on her apartment. In 2013, she moved to Vancouver, WA, where she currently resides with her husband, Jeffrey Opp, a fine art photographer. Her latest series of work plays with pattern on pattern aesthetic.

“flatteringly flat #14”  limited edition  by Megan Eckman


Marika Paz is a self-taught artist spending her days in Portland, OR. Her style is at once timeless, dreamy, and expressive of her inner secrets. Her personal interests include woodland creatures, folklores and fairytales, watercolors and ink, old books and vintage doohickeys, tea, coffee and cozy places while listening to the rain.

“Beltane”  by Marika Paz


Helen Mask Greer is a Portland Oregon Based Illustrator. She graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with her B.F.A. in Illustration in 2012. She has worked as a Tshirt designer for the past 5 and a half years and works as a freelance Illustrator. She grew up in Stowe, VT, snowboarding, mountain biking, and hiking with her amazing family.
Her goal is to create work that can be used both commercially and personally, that has a strong sense of line, decorative details, and that can work on a variety of different products.

“Little Owl”   by Helen Mask-Greer


Isaac Fletcher Weiss hails from the countryside near the California High Sierra. His work is grounded in classic observational drawing and sculpture and explores contemporary methods and media. He received his BFA from Long Beach State University 2009 and his MFA from Portland State University 2014. His work has been shown nationally in California, Oregon, Washington, New York and Illinois.

“Teatro Massimo”   by Isaac Fletcher-Weiss


Kirsten spends most of her spare time drawing in her sketchbook, but is also a fashion designer specializing in textiles, embroidery, accessories and lingerie, under the moniker Piper Ewan. She started in 2013 drawing a bird a day to hone her drawing skills to possibly translate to textile designs. The project was supposed to last a year, but years later she finds herself still drawing.

“Manekinekow Wheel”    by Kirsten Moore