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Art on Broadway Events in June 2017


“when darkness comes” by Angela Ridgway, Metal Art 

alone – Angela Ridgway


“when darkness comes” by Angela Ridgway, Metal Art 

•Depression comes like a moonless night. You don’t notice that it’s arriving at first, but as the light begins to fade, you notice the darkness. Not all at once, but you can feel it coming, from dusk to full darkness. And then it consumes you.

•In when darkness comes, metal artist Angela Ridgway explores her own experiences with depression. “When my darkness comes, I can see it approaching. Sometimes I can take actions to move away from it, but other times, I can’t circumvent it. For many people, depression can be there while you go through the routine of day to day life. Or it can be completely debilitating. For me, either way, it consumes my thoughts and actions.”

•Angela hopes that by opening up about her own depression, others will learn more about the illness and become aware of it – maybe in themselves, maybe in others. “Through education and conversation, we can lift the stigma of mental illness, making it easier for people suffering to get help.” Angela has dealt with depression most of her adult life, but didn’t really understand it until she was diagnosed in her early 30’s. Many people have helped her through her dark spells, including friends, family, doctors, and therapists. Modern medicine has helped to keep these episodes at bay most of the time. Still, she is always on the lookout for the signs in her own life, and others, and tries to take action when she sees them.

•This is a two month exhibit which opens Wednesday, May 3rd and ends Saturday, July 1st, 2017. The gallery will host an artist talk by Angela Ridgway on Saturday, June 10th, 2017 from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Seating for the talk is limited, so please reserve your seat by emailing the gallery at

 Angela and her show were recently featured in the Beaverton Valley Times newspaper.  You can read more about Angela’s experiences and her show online here.  

Just Be Here – Angela Ridgway

On the Edge – Angela Ridgway

Event Dates: 5/3/2017 – 7/1/2017
Artists’ Reception: 5/13/2017
Time: 5 p.m.-8 p.m.
Location: 12570 SW Broadway St., Beaverton OR 97005

Artists’ Presentation 6/10/2017
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: 12570 SW Broadway St., Beaverton OR 97005




Emerging Artists – Beaverton High School Students


•Five students have been selected by their instructors to have their work featured on Art On Broadway’s guest wall for the month of June.

•The 5 student guest artists exhibiting their work for this show are: Angelina Syrop, Ben Bain, Enjoli Rodriguez Kayla Dagnino and Khalil Eugenio.

•Thank you Beaverton Arts Commission and Cedar House Media for partnering with us on this community exhibit and to Beaverton High School art instructors Andrew Beckham, Casi Yost, Emily Lux, and Kathleen Hawthorne for their collaboration in organizing this show. Please help us warmly welcome these five emerging artists as they share their art with us. 

*The exhibit opens Thursday, June 1st and ends Saturday, July 1, 2017. The public is invited to a reception on Saturday, June 3rd from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Event Dates: 6/1/2017 – 7/1/2017

Artists’ Reception: 6/3/2017
Time: 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
Location: 12570 SW Broadway St., Beaverton OR 97005



Tuesday @ Two Demos coming in June:

Rae Campbell for June 6: fused glass.






Carli Schultz Jun 13 : electroforming






George Schweser (guest artist) June 20 :drawing 






Donna Sanson June 27: Watercolor






There is no charge to attend. However since seating is limited, we suggest you reserve a spot by contacting the gallery. Call 503.601.3300; email, or sign up on the Contact page of our Website 



Broadway Street Festival

Saturday June 24th


The city of  Beaverton and the Beaverton Downtown Association are planning a major event on Saturday, June 24 from 3 to 8 p.m. Broadway Street between Watson & Hall and Hall & East Street will be closed to traffic. You will be treated to live music, food vendors, arts & crafts, a children’s activity center, and more. 

Stop at our booth in front of Art On Broadway Gallery to see demonstrations by some of our artists and enjoy a hands-on art activity.  Of course, we will also have original art for sale by our outstanding 20 local artists. Mark your calendars now.