Sale on canvas prints! Use code ABCXYZ at checkout for a special discount!


Displaying: 1 - 3 of 3

Positive Review Of Quin Sweetman Painting

March 17th, 2013

Positive Review Of Quin Sweetman Painting

How Portland Paints Itself
Two Portland-themed art shows exemplify the last decade's visual evolution.

By: A.L. Adams
Published March 1, 2013, in CULTURE, Uncategorized, VISUAL ART

Guest-edited by “Portland as F*ck” columnist Ian Karmel.

(*See full article with Photos at

For the month of February and a bit beyond, Peoples Gallery and Compound Gallery have played host to concurrent Portland-themed group art shows. Compound’s “Portland as F*ck” cooperated with the Portland Mercury, showing mainstays like Brett Superstar, Tripper Dungan and Mercury art director Justin “Scrappers” Morrison. Peoples Gallery featured poster artist Dan Stiles, and wrangled a huge collection (300+) from artist/curator Chris Haberman’s many friends.

Though the works are incredibly diverse and the shows are full of surprises, a few pieces in particular seem to exemplify the last decade’s prevailing local...

Quin Sweetman - Landscape - Cityscape - Seascapes

May 5th, 2012

Quin Sweetman - Landscape - Cityscape - Seascapes

Extended through May!

April 8, 2012 - Portland, Oregon

See Quin Sweetman's original paintings at the Cathedral Park Kitchen restaurant, during the month of April and now, May.

A special reception with the artist is offered, Thursday, April 12, 5-8 p.m.,
or check out the show and amazing food and drink during Cathedral Park Kitchen's regular hours:

Lunch: Tue - Fri 12 - 2pm
Happy Hour: Tue - Fri 4pm - 6pm
Dinner: Tue - Thur 4 - 8pm & Fri - Sat til 9pm
Sunday Brunch: 9 - 2pm
(Closed Mondays)

6635 N. Baltimore AvePortland, Oregon 97203

Quin Sweetman - First Full Gallery Show

April 2nd, 2011

Quin Sweetman - First Full Gallery Show

April 1st, 2011 - Portland, Oregon
Life and Death:
Two Approaches to Painting People
New Work by Quin Sweetman and Joe Sneed

Sneed's black and white portraits are based on obituaries in local papers, while Sweetman's colorful subjects are friends and local artist\'s models; largely done from life. Both immortalize their subjects in one of the oldest forms of paying tribute: oil on canvas.

Lauchpad Gallery

April 1 thru April 30th
Open Wednesday-Saturday 12 - 4pm, & by appt.