The Woodburn Art Center &
Glatt House Gallery

Art Reception Show and Sale at the Woodburn Art Center

This show is open to the public, showing off the many different artists and styles with mediums from Oils, Acrylics, Watercolors and Pastels.  This is all fresh art that has been created during this past year at the Art Center.  We are excited to offer this show, with art from current and past members of the Studio.  

Reception will be Friday, June 7th 5-8pm, doors open Saturday, June 8th 9am-4pm.  All are welcome, Cash and credit cards are accepted.  A portion of the proceeds are donated to keeping the Historic Glatt House open as our Woodburn Art Studio for the public.  We will have information available for upcoming classes for children and adults, as well as memberships for open studio.  The Art Center holds up to 60 people and is available for private events.  We encourage you to stop by and visit with the artists, see our work space.
You can reach us at 503-982-6450.  We look forward to seeing you!

Our mission is to promote, stimulate, develop and extend public art appreciation and individual development of its members and the community at large, in various art forms by teaching, training and instruction in art.

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We carry canvases, watercolor paper, various brushes, colored pencils, pastels, acrylic, oil and watercolor paints. Special orders are available.

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We are here to help you experience art, whether it’s viewing it, trying out something new or honing your skills.
Classes and Events
Classes and Events
Classes and Events

About the Woodburn Art Center

The Woodburn Art Center has been serving the Woodburn community in the arts and art education since 1966 when ten visionary local artists founded the Woodburn Art League and began meeting in one another’s homes to paint. We have now expanded into a non-profit organization housed in a beautiful space, run by a very dedicated group of volunteers and supported by an active membership of over 80 artists, crafts people and patrons in our community.

Our purpose is to promote, stimulate, develop and extend public art appreciation and the individual development of members and the community at large in the various art forms through teaching, training and instruction in the fine arts.

Ray Glatt donated this century old farm house to the Woodburn Art League in 1976 in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth and her passion for the arts. The house has been known as the Glatt House Gallery and home to the art league ever since. The league changed its name to the Woodburn Art Center and became a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization in 1972. With a growing membership traditions such as attracting high quality artists to the center to offer classes, selling supplies, creating a lending library and holding frequent art shows begun by the earliest members still continue today.

In 1998 the vision to expand the Glatt House became a reality when the Sindberg Studio addition was completed. It provides open studio space for artists and a spacious classroom for the numerous art classes sponsored by the WAC for children and adults in the community. The Glatt House Gallery is now a professional fine arts gallery where each month a different themed art display features the works of one or more artists. These shows are designed to educate and inspire our gallery guests and members.

The Paint Box Store carries a large variety of fine art supplies featuring Graham paints, Arches paper, brushes and more. Both shops provide convenience and quality for area shoppers.

The Woodburn Art Center and Glatt House Gallery is a landmark and true gem for our community to be proud of. It is open to everyone and all are welcome. Volunteers and members through the years who love the arts have preserved it for today and we, the current members are committed to maintaining and preserving the house for the appreciation and development of fine arts in Woodburn and the surrounding communities for the future. Come and join us today.

About the Woodburn Art Center

The Woodburn Art Center has been serving the Woodburn community in the arts and art education since 1966 when ten visionary local artists founded the Woodburn Art League and began meeting in one another’s homes to paint. We have now expanded into a non-profit organization housed in a beautiful space, run by a very dedicated group of volunteers and supported by an active membership of over 80 artists, crafts people and patrons in our community.

Our purpose is to promote, stimulate, develop and extend public art appreciation and the individual development of members and the community at large in the various art forms through teaching, training and instruction in the fine arts.

Ray Glatt donated this century old farm house to the Woodburn Art League in 1976 in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth and her passion for the arts. The house has been known as the Glatt House Gallery and home to the art league ever since. The league changed its name to the Woodburn Art Center and became a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization in 1972. With a growing membership traditions such as attracting high quality artists to the center to offer classes, selling supplies, creating a lending library and holding frequent art shows begun by the earliest members still continue today.

In 1998 the vision to expand the Glatt House became a reality when the Sindberg Studio addition was completed. It provides open studio space for artists and a spacious classroom for the numerous art classes sponsored by the WAC for children and adults in the community. The Glatt House Gallery is now a professional fine arts gallery where each month a different themed art display features the works of one or more artists. These shows are designed to educate and inspire our gallery guests and members.

The Paint Box Store carries a large variety of fine art supplies featuring Graham paints, Arches paper, brushes and more. Both shops provide convenience and quality for area shoppers.

The Woodburn Art Center and Glatt House Gallery is a landmark and true gem for our community to be proud of. It is open to everyone and all are welcome. Volunteers and members through the years who love the arts have preserved it for today and we, the current members are committed to maintaining and preserving the house for the appreciation and development of fine arts in Woodburn and the surrounding communities for the future. Come and join us today.

What Our Community Says

“The Art Center has been a wonderful place of inspiration for my artwork. Great social interaction and positivity. A place to get help from fellow artists at all levels and different mediums.”
Anne

Preferred Medium: Painting

“Having a designated place to go with time set aside to make art works for me. The watercolor, life drawing, and print-making classes I have taken have nourished me, but it’s the hours I have spent in Monday Open Studio that have restored my “art life”. To say my involvement with Woodburn Art Center has been cathartic sounds too dramatic — but it’s true.”

Steve

Preferred Mediums: Oil & Watercolor Painting

Our Inner Circle

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Hallmark Properties
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Sandra & Bill Tiffee
David Fischer