Stop #1  5:30 PM | The Lincoln Gallery (309 W 4th Ave)

“Limitless” is a large collection of works created by participants of the Arts & Culture Program of Oregon Supported Living Program. The word limitless is representative of the boundless creativity that flows from the artists participating in this program. What are we capable of as artists? The possibilities are Limitless! This exhibition showcases the work of over 25 artists in a myriad of mediums during the months of December 2019 and January 2020.

Music: Eugene Opera will perform a selection from Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzes for vocal quartet before the ArtWalk stop begins.

View The Lincoln Gallery’s websiteImage on this page: Perry Johnson.  Image on ArtWalk page: Jennifer McLean.


Stop #2  6 PM | Raven Frame Works (325 W 4th Ave)

A zine is a small-circulation, self-published work of original texts and images, produced via photocopier. In this small exhibit of zines, Terry Way covers a broad range of subjects such as “The History of Consciousness,” “Quantum Worldview,” and “Kaizen Small Steps.”  All of the zines are hand drawn in black and white, most only using a single sheet of copier paper. These single sheet zines consist of either four or eight panels. During the ArtWalk stop, Terry will talk about the process and present his finished zines.

Music: Eugene Opera will perform a selection from Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzes for vocal quartet before the ArtWalk stop begins.

View Raven Frame Work’s website.


Stop #3  6:30 PM | Raven & Rose Boutique (17 W 5th Ave)

This brand new boutique showcases work by local artisans. Beautify your life today with quality home and gardening supplies.  Raven & Rose Boutique is a collective of makers, plant lovers and junkers, excited to share their passions with Eugene and the surrounding areas. Stop by the store to pick up a gift, a crass oddity or something for your home or indoor garden.

View Raven & Rose Boutique’s website.



Stop #4  7 PM | Eugene Mindworks (207 E 5th Ave, Suite 220)

Come be inspired by our community’s youngest artists and entrepreneurs!  The 3rd annual Sprout Children’s Business Expo gives kids an opportunity to create and sell their own unique products.  Also on display: original artwork created by young local artists ages 4 to 14, presented by the Multicultural Children’s Art Museum & Education Center.

Visit Eugene Mindworks’ website.





 Stop #5  7:30 PM | Framin’ Artworks (505 High St)

Framin’ Artworks features paintings by Milla Oliveira and jewelry by Wendy Hoffman.

Color:Space” showcases recent work by Brazilian painter Milla Oliveira (image on ArtWalk page). Her fluid compositions in color cultivate the sensorial while exploring the essence of diversity and kinship.  Learn more:

Wendy Hoffman (right) began creating jewelry around 1998, when she learned how to make wire connections from a friend. A couple years later, when her husband asked what she was going to do with all of those earrings, she said, “Sell them” and her business Moon Bead Arts was born! Wendy has been making jewelry pieces since that time and has participated in numerous shows around Linn, Benton, and Lane counties. In 2003, she became certified as a Senior Instructor for Art Clay Silver metal clay and has taught classes in the area since that time.  Today, her one-of-a-kind jewelry items are created from fine silver, sterling, and natural stones. She also uses her acrylic paintings to make jewelry from what she has named “Acrylic Gems.”

Visit Framin’ Artwork’s website.