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417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
503 224 0521
Launched in 1981, Elizabeth Leach Gallery has focused on presenting prominent Northwest and internationally established artists working in a wide variety of contemporary media, bolstering a dynamic dialogue between the local community and the global art world.
Artists Represented:

Chester Arnold
Pat Boas
Christine Bourdette
Amanda Briggs
Estate of Bonnie Bronson
Kavin Buck
Jaq Chartier
Judy Cooke
Claire Cowie
Ben Dallas
Alexis Day
Jeremy Okai Davis

Estate of Drake Deknatel
John David Forsgren
Justin Gibbens
Richard Gruetter
MK Guth
Ann Hamilton
Estate of Robert Hanson
Stephen Hayes
Sean Healy
Willy Heeks
Estate of Deborah Horrell
Malia Jensen

Lee Kelly
Justine Kurland
Isaac Layman  
Dinh Q. Lê
Charlene Liu
Nicola López
Robert Lyons
Julia Mangold
Shane McAdams
Melody Owen
Mark Palmen
Jinie Park

Joseph Park
Matthew Picton 
Ryan Pierce
Christopher Rauschenberg
Gregg Renfrow  
Michelle Ross
Mark R. Smith
Barbara Sternberger

Lacey Stoffer
Anna Von Mertens
Joan Waltemath
Amanda Wojick


Works Available By:
John Baldessari
Louise Bourgeois
Nicole Eisenman
Wolf Kahn
Ellsworth Kelly
Robert Rauschenberg
Richard Serra
Joel Shapiro
Kiki Smith
Al Taylor
Hannah Wilke

 

 
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Exterior View featuring Hap Tivey, Light on the Horizon, 2004, Mixed Media Light Installation
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Current Exhibitions

Lacey Stoffer

Rumination

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

January 2, 2020 - February 1, 2020
Los Angeles-based artist Lacey Stoffer creates vibrant, abstract oil paintings on raw linen canvases with additions of charcoal and stitched thread. The exhibition Rumination features her new series of visual meditations inspired by musings on natural world phenomena and the passage of time.  Stoffer translates her ongoing contemplations and observations through active mark-making and considerations of bodily scale. She is deeply interested in pentimento, the visible traces of process through surface layers, which can be seen in swirling circular shapes, smudged velvety black charcoal lines, or animated erasures. Throughout the series, Stoffer builds on a singular form, morphing shapes and shifting colors through serial repetition, where brightly colored terrestrial formations expand and multiply. Lacey Stoffer was born in Portland, OR and now lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. She received a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2013. Her large scale abstract paintings often incorporate organic forms on raw linen to play with the formal qualities of balance and middle ground. Stoffer has shown work in solo and group exhibitions at Pacific Design Center (West Hollywood, CA), 1019WEST (Inglewood, CA) and the Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles, CA).

Alexis Day

Cascade - Synapse and Satin

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

January 2, 2020 - February 1, 2020
In Cascade - Synapse and Satin, Alexis Day investigates perception and memory through three-dimensional tapestry constructions. Day studied psychology during her undergraduate studies before transitioning to an art practice and her dream-like imagery reflects a multidisciplinary approach that combines photographic printing on fabric with embroidered and sculptural details. The artist's psychologically charged pictures act as portals into mysterious domestic and exterior scenes that invite us to peer down a steep flight of stairs, enter into a hallway, or peek inside a living room. Dramatic vantage points combine with tactile materiality and underscore the visceral tension between pictorial and dimensional space. Day's voluminous artworks comprised of jewel-toned, draping fabrics suggest the collapse, shifts and tenuousness of memory while trompe l'oeil effects implicate the viewer in the exchange.  Alexis Day is a Portland-based mixed media artist, originally from the coastal town of Bandon, Oregon. Using her background in psychology, she investigates the impact of perception and memory on individual and cultural identity. Day earned an MFA in Visual Studies from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2019, a BS in Art Practices from Portland State University in 2016 and a BS in Psychology from the University of Oregon in 2010. Recent exhibitions include Putting it Together 2, at the Foundry (St. Charles, MO), Figuratively Speaking at the Liberty Arts Collective (Bend, OR) and Dismantled, a solo exhibition at the Lodge Gallery (Portland, OR).

 
Past Exhibitions

Stephen Hayes

In The Hour Before: This Land…

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

October 3, 2019 - November 2, 2019

Lee Kelly

If Trees Could Walk

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

October 3, 2019 - November 2, 2019

Christine Bourdette

Erosion

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

September 5, 2019 - September 28, 2019

Ryan Pierce

Hot Hex

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

September 5, 2019 - September 28, 2019

Sean Healy

Beautiful Downer

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

June 6, 2019 - July 13, 2019

Joseph Park

Starling

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

June 6, 2019 - July 13, 2019

Barbara Sternberger

Breath

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

May 2, 2019 - June 1, 2019

Ben Dallas

Sculptural Painting

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

May 2, 2019 - June 1, 2019

Christopher Rauschenberg

Angkor

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

April 4, 2019 - April 27, 2019

Willy Heeks

New Works

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

April 4, 2019 - April 27, 2019

Julia Mangold

New Works on Paper

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

February 7, 2019 - March 30, 2019

John David Forsgren

Antithesis of Language

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

February 7, 2019 - March 30, 2019

Light on the Wall: The Last Works of Deborah Horrell (1953 - 2018)

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

January 3, 2019 - February 2, 2019

Kavin Buck

Temporary Remains | Inescapable End

417 Northwest Ninth Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

January 3, 2019 - February 2, 2019