~Art in Other Locations ~

SageBrushers Art Society members are accomplished artists, 

representing a variety of mediums, 

and often exhibit at locations throughout Central Oregon. 

Please scroll down for locations currently showing member's art. 

is  showing “Design by Nature”, a show of paintings by SageBrushers Art Society member and 2022 Sunriver Music Festival poster artist Sally MacAllister. In this show, Sally focuses on her love of color and the shapes of our high desert landscape. “I am endlessly inspired by the scenery and dramatic skies that are embraced by our imposing Cascades. I piece my compositions together from the geometrics of rocks, peaks, rivers, trees and assign color for color’s sake to nature’s objects, resulting in an abstract impression of nature by design. I hope my paintings give the viewer a sense of curiosity to continually look closer and experience an overall feeling of joy.” Stop in for a beverage and drink in the art! 

Showing through October

155 NW Minnesota Ave, Bend, OR

"Dillon Falls", Sally MacAllister

The Bend Senior Center

The Larkspur Community Center is showing art by members of the SageBrushers Art Society. Come visit the new facility and enjoy beautiful paintings in acrylic, oil and watercolor, as well as outstanding photography. 

Showing through October

1600 SE Reed Market Rd, Bend, OR

“Golden Maple", Photograph, Kay Larkin

“Sunshine and Shadows”, watercolor by Betty Drullinger 

The Nancy McGrath Green Gallery is showing art by SageBrushers Art Society members working in oils, acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media. The Gallery is open 2 to 4 pm Monday through Friday (except Thursdays) and Noon to 1:30 pm on Sundays. 

Showing through September

Located within the Sunriver Christian Fellowship, 181 9 Cottonwood Road, Sunriver, OR

Did you know Redmond’s Dry Canyon Arts Association promote a 'First Friday' in Redmond? Although the Redmond First Friday Walks somewhat coincide with the Bend First Friday Walks, there are good reasons to occasionally make the short drive north. The Redmond version starts at earlier at 4pm, is a more compact mid-town tour of just 8 businesses, has plenty of parking, smaller crowds, fewer tourists, great restaurants, and smaller-town friendliness, not to mention a fabulous pool of artists displaying their work each month.