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NEW ADDRESS:

811 East Burnside #116
Portland, OR 97214
SHOP HOURS (Mon-Sat 11-7, Sun 11-5)

 

DIRECTIONS FROM I-5 NORTH

  • 1.Take exit 300B toward U.S. 26 E/Oregon 99E/OMSI/Oregon City – 0.4 mi
  • 2. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Oregon City – 0.4 mi
  • 3. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Grand Avenue/Belmont Street – 443 ft
  • 4. Turn left onto SE Grand Ave – 0.4 mi
  • 5. Turn right onto E Burnside St. – Destination will be on the left.
  • 6.¬†#116 is located on the east side of the building

DIRECTIONS FROM I-5 SOUTH

  • 1.Take exit 300 for I-84 E/US-30 E toward Portland Airport/The Dalles – 0.2 mi
  • 2. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Central Eastside Industrial District – 0.1 mi
  • 3. Turn left onto SE Water Ave – 0.2 mi
  • 4. SE Water Ave turns slightly right and becomes SE Stark St – 0.2 mi
  • 5. Turn left onto SE Grand Ave – 0.2 mi
  • 6. Turn right onto E Burnside St – Destination will be on the left
  • 7. #116 is located on the east side of the building

CONTACT US
email:info@reduxpdx.com
phone: (503) 231-7336

EVENTS
 MANIFESTO:

Redux Boutique & Gallery specializes in handmade, local and indie designer jewelry, accessories and art.

The aesthetic of our boutique is rooted in a crafty, edgy, clever sensibility, featuring artisans who utilize unusual design, re-purposed objects and recycled materials. We promote affordability, sustainability and quality in craftsmanship from local indie artisans as well as fair-trade import companies abroad.  We carry  work from over 300 artisans and companies, and though not everything in our brick-and-mortar store is local and handmade, the majority of it certainly is.

Our opening receptions in the Gallery feature either solo or group shows of all local artists, and rotate every-other-month starting each year fresh in February.

The Lineup of upcoming shows at Redux!

2019 // SCHEDULE :

FEB-MARCH //BOTANICAL BURLESQUE // GROUP SHOW

 LEA BAROZZI, BRENDA DUNN, LESLEY REPPETEAUX, KENDRA BINNEY, AUNIA KAHN, ZORA VON PAVONINE

Theme: Featuring female Northwest artists who delight at the intersection of botanicals and artistic expression, self love and the female form.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Botanical Burlesque explores concepts of divine femininity, the natural world, flower symbolism, romance and sensuality, dressing and un-dressing as self-care, performance and personal power.

APRIL-MAY// DELINEATION // GROUP SHOW

 ISAAC FLETCHER WEISS, KIRSTEN MOORE, MEGAN ECKMAN,

 MARIKA PAZ, HELEN MASK-GREER

Theme: Showcasing illustrative 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 ‚ÄúDelineation‚ÄĚ describes¬†the action of describing or portraying something precisely, and how artists create form language through various methods and techniques in mark-making.

JUNE-JULY// WOMEN ICONS // GROUP SHOW

 CAITLYNN ABDOW, ROXANNE ZUNGIA BLACKWOOD, MICHELE MAULE, ZABRINA FINE ART

Theme: We asked local artists to create portraits featuring influential women from the past or present who inspire them. Ranging from the well-known to the obscure, we can’t wait to see which female icon these four artists have chosen to immortalize in their work.

AUG-SEPT// SKIN DEEP // GROUP SHOW

Theme: We asked several popular Tattoo artists in town to share some of their fine artwork as it appeared on paper before it translated to their client’s skin. In some instances these are inspiration pieces for a later tattoo, for others, these are the actual finished full-scale pieces resulting from working on a custom piece with the client. SKIN DEEP GROUP SHOW features 9 amazing local tattoo artists:

Emmanuel Hele¬†‚Äď Rosewater Tattoo
Lynn Marie¬†‚Äď Rosewater Tattoo
Em Greenseth– elmpixie Tattoo
David Stein¬†‚Äď Grizzly Tattoo
Rebecca Flaum¬†‚Äď Oak Iris Tattoo
Agnes Hamilton¬†‚Äď Hive Tattoo
Joshum Hardy¬†‚Äď Evolved Arts
Brianna Belong¬†‚Äď Evolved Arts
Jessica Helmke¬†‚Äď Infinity Tattoo

Celebrating the contemporary artistry of some of Portland’s finest tattoo artists, we are stoked to present this exhibition demonstrating Portland’s continued knack for smashing conventions and elevating tattoo artistry to extraordinary heights.

OCT-NOV// CURIOUS BEASTS // GROUP SHOW

Theme: The fantastical creatures born from artist’s imaginations. Mythical animal¬†hybrids¬†that appear in¬†art¬†can be whimsical, alluring, and sometimes confrontational. We invite artists to delve into their dreams and nightmares to visually represent the beasts within.

14 Contributing artists include:

Amelia Opie, Emily Brown, Tera Stenzel, Ren Stein, Davey Cadaver, Jesus Galvez, Karla Yvette, Jeannie L Paskie, Melissa Kojima, Stephanie Brockway, Emmanuel Hele, Katt Sarro, Mrrranda Tarrow & Brent Wear

DEC-JAN // LUCIA JOHNSON

The wonderful work of local artist Lucia Johnson on display through December 2019 and Jan, 2020

Previously shown gallery artists:

//2018//

COLLAGE + MIXED MEDIA SHOW // FEB-MARCH

FEB 2nd // KEVIN CASCELL, KEVIN SAMPSELL, KAREN WIPPICH, GREG HANSON, JACKIE TREIBER

A WILD HARE: AN EASTER SHOW // APRIL-MAY

APRIL 6th // AMELIA OPIE, LISA LASER, HEIDE DAVIS, TRIPPER DUNGAN III

EMERGENCE; GROUP SHOW // JUNE-JULY

JUNE 1st //  KENDRA BINNEY, MARISA GOVIN, JACLYN EVALDS, ALISON GRAYSON

Trunk show: Faryn Davis of FERNWORKS // JULY 6th

HEARTBREAK CITY // PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP SHOW// AUG-SEPT

AUGUST 3rd // SMALL TALK COLLECTIVE/ 

Briana Cerezo, Leslie Hickey, Marico Fayre, Kelli Pennington, Kristy Hruska, Jennifer Trimmer Trail, Audra Osborne

REPOSE GROUP SHOW + BENEFIT // OCT 5th-NOV 30

Mike Wellins, Heidi Elise Wirz, Helen Mask, Alea Bone, Alison Grayson, Emily Brown, Anneke Wilder, Kirsten Moore, Mavis Leahy, Brent Wear, Casey Capell, Robyn Lee Williams, Isaac Fletcher Weiss, Mary Coleman, Lisa Laser

//2017//

FEB 3rd // TERA STENZEL, Mixed media; Sculpey, acrylic, wood & natural elements (solo show)

APRIL 7th // GRAND REOPENING AND MACRAME GROUP SHOW: “INTERTWINED”¬†(curated by Audra Osborne)

JUNE 2nd //FANCY MAMMAL // KIRSTEN MOORE + BRENT WEAR, Painting & Illustration (collaborative show)

AUG 4th // GIRLS of SUMMER// STEPHANIE BROCKWAY, ALEA BONE + HEIDI MARKOV, Mixed Media (group show)

OCT 6th // FELINE FAMILIARS, a group show benefiting the CAT shelter

DEC 1st // HOLIDAY PARTY! (no featured artist)

//2016//

FEB 12th // ALEA BONE, Mixed media pieces (solo show)

APRIL 1st // RACHAEL PERISHO, Ink Drawings (solo show)

JUNE 3rd // SUSAN FREEDMAN, Encaustic works (solo show)

AUGUST 5th // JASON GREENE, Acrylic Paintings + Mixed Media (solo show)

OCTOBER 7th // WOLFTEA, Casey + Bryan, Mixed Media, Taxidermy + Curiosities (solo show)

DEC 3rd // RENEE STAECK, Gouache and gold leaf on paper (solo show)

//2015//

¬†FEB 6th // ¬†DON LEE , “Wood Mapping” Engraved wood topographical maps ¬† ¬†(solo show)

APRIL 3rd // JESSIE FOX-NYSTROM, Illustrations and Woodblock Prints (solo show)

*Also in April/May at the 24-7 Photo Gallery (behind building) SARAH LANDA photography    (solo show)

JUNE 5th // EMILY BROWN, ‘Bird Mafia” HandCut Paper Art (solo show)

AUG 7th // LEA BAROZZI, Ink and oil paintings    (solo show)

OCT 2nd // SANDY PERAZA, Original paintings (solo show)

DEC 4th // ISABELA FAWN,Original paintings  (solo show)

//2014//

FEB 7th  // JOSEPH VALENTINO,  pen & ink illustration     (solo show)

APRIL 4th  //  ADAM BURKE + NOELLE BARCE, etching, linocuts, acrylic & giclée prints

JUNE 6th  //  IAN ANDERSON,  gouache, graphite       (solo show)

*Also in June/July: at the 24-7 Photo Gallery (behind building) BRIANA CEREZO  photography (solo show)

AUGUST 1st  // MARY TAPOGNA,   mosaics, lamps      (solo show)

OCT 3rd  //  LIV RAINEY-SMITH,   xylographic wood-cut prints      (solo show)

DEC 5th  //  MICHELE MAULE, gouache, screenprints     (solo show)

*Also in Dec/Jan: at the 24-7 Photo Gallery (behind building)¬†OCTAVIA HUNTER¬†¬†photography, “Letting Go” series

This bi-monthly participation in First-Friday art-walks on Lower East Burnside is along-side several neighboring galleries, all staying open until at least 9pm to celebrate our strong local community of fine artists.

*We have recently begun to feature Photography in our “24-7” Gallery behind the building. ¬†These are also 2-month duration shows, viewable in the window anytime. ¬†Opening receptions coincide with those of our main featured First Friday artist.

Other galleries participating in First Friday include:

One Grand Gallery

Black Box Gallery

23 sandy gallery 

Gallery at the Jupiter

Ford Building

Pushdot studio

ADX

Full Circle Gallery

Bite Studio

Butters Gallery

Studio 2507

Brassworks Gallery

Eutectic Gallery

AFRU Gallery

other shops at the 811 burnside building who often participate in First Friday special events and trunk-shows:

Six/Seven

Seven Sisters

xobruno

OKO

Haunt

Alexa Stark

BOET

Laurs Kemp

EVENTS
OUR STAFF:
  • Tamara Goldsmith

    Tamara Goldsmith has been working in precious metals, glass and a variety of other mediums all her life. She went to school for Jewelry and Metalsmithing at the University of Oregon, worked as a fine jeweler through college, continuing as an independent jewelry designer after moving to Portland in 1998.

    As purveyor, collector, crafter and assemblage artist of found treasures, Tamara yearned for a studio and gallery where she could peddle her wares along with other like-minded artisans. She found the perfect spot at the 811 building near the arteries of downtown Portland, and thrives there today in her Jewelry Boutique and Gallery called Redux.

    She lives in a converted church home in North portland with her amazing fiancee, three chinchillas and four adorable cats who together are currently plotting a scheme for world domination.

  • Jackey Kelley

    Jackey Kelley is a colorful, crafty, lifelong lover of all things PDX, cute, sparkly and feline shaped. She sculpts hair, cracks jokes and loves to make everyone around her feel good. Jackey loves plants and crafting the perfect garden, recently offering up her clever new dino-planters and adorable succulent wine-cork planter magnets at Redux. She also happens to be the cleanest girl on the planet.

  • Kirsten Moore

    I spend most of my time doing illustration. I started in 2013 drawing a bird a day to hone my drawing skills to possibly translate to textile designs. The project was supposed to last a year, but here I am years later, still drawing.  In 1998, I started my company, piper ewan (named after my intrepid cat shaped assistant). I have gone in many directions, from custom bridal, to dance costumes, accessories and lingerie to corsets, but everything has one thing in common: a desire to turn heads. I love bright colours, luxury fabrics, tiny details, fabulous fit and personal style. I am still designing some one off pieces when the mood hits me.

  • Reisse Fredericks

    Reisse Fredericks (she/they) is a Maryland native who’s called Oregon home for over 5 years. She practices an intuitive approach to art-making and loves consulting with friends,¬†family, and clients to help them manifest the most creative versions of themselves through art, design, and curated personal style. When she’s not working with inDesign or organizing Pinterest boards, Reisse enjoys collecting tarot decks, writing poetry,¬†petting neighborhood cats, learning about astrology, and foraging for flowers.

EVENTS

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