Fresh off his recent appearance on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s (OPB) Oregon ArtBeat, Central Oregon artist Cameron Kaseberg has joined the Artist’sGallery Sunriver. The Sunriver Gallery is a Cooperative gallery showcasing the fine arts and crafts of thirty Central Oregon artists in the heart of the Sunriver Village.
The solvent transfer process brought to prominence in the 1950’s by Robert Rauschenberg, but has since been relatively obscure. Kaseberg has been exploring, playing with and redefining the process since his college days. The work involves combining his original photographs and graphics (he is also a graphic designer) with dissolved magazine inks, watercolor pigments and other media through an image transfers process using solvents.
Over the course of the last nine years, Kaseberg has been making a name for himself through Pacific NW gallery exhibits, nationally recognized art festivals throughout the western United States, as well as giving back to the community through service with Art in the High Desert, the Smith Rock Paint Out, and the Redmond Commission for Art in Public Places. “Being featured on OPB’s Oregon Art Beat is an honor, a reward, and an experience I can’t really explain,” says Kaseberg. “I found something that I love to do and took that leap of faith in sharing it with others.” His sharing is indeed paying off with collectors across the United States and Europe adding his work to their collections.
“The Artists’ Gallery Sunriver will be a great Central Oregon location for my work and I am looking forward to spending time at the gallery meeting people,” Added Kaseberg. “That personal contact is one of the aspects of art festivals I love so much.” Susan Harkness-Williams, an artist herself and member of the gallery said "I own several of Cameron's pieces and his unique art will be a joy for the Gallery to share."
The Artist’s Gallery Sunriver is located 57100 Beaver Drive, Bldg. 19 in the Village at Sunriver, OR. For hours please call 541-593-4382 or visit www.artistsgallerysunriver.com. For more information on Cameron’s work visit www.kaseberg.com and view the Oregon Art Beat segment at http://www.opb.org/television/programs/artbeat/segment/artist-cameron-kaseberg.