Five of our artists are showing their work at Pivot for the next six weeks (April through mid May) :  Jason Berlin, Larry Cwik, Mark Counts, Charlie Daniels, Nation
Join them at the open house (hosted by Michael LaClair) on First Thursday, April 5, 5:30 to 7:00 PM.  
(209 SW 4th Ave, Downtown Portland)

We continue to look for that perfect gallery location.  If you have any suggestions or ideas, you can email P. Springfield (owner/curator) at this address:


Cannibals remains online!  We continue to move forward with our cyber gallery and possible pop-up presentations in the near future.  As the door has closed on our old location at NW 21st, stay tuned as we actively pursue the newest address!

Greg Robertson

BIG congratulations to these artists from Cannibals whose work will be included in Portland's C.A.P. auction:
Bill Dean, Janet Julian, Kurtis Lofstrom, Jason Berlin, Sylvia Miller, Darlene Shaper, Larry Cwik, Randy Moe, Mark Counts, Charlie Daniels, Holly Whitney, Alicia Justus

Featured Work for March

Jason Stewart

Steve Winkenwerder

Anthony Redelsperger

GLEAN:  Make Art-Not Landfill

Cannibals artist, Greg Hanson, was recently accepted into the GLEAN program (along with four other local artists).  GLEAN is in partnership with Recology, a company that manages a variety of resource recovery facilities.  The artists chosen for this six month program are given daily access to the Metro Central transfer station to glean materials and treasures to use to create art.  Each artist is paid a stipend, and is required to create a minimum of ten pieces of art to be sold during an exhibition in September.  Jen Fuller was Cannibals recipient of this grant last year. 

One of Greg's first sessions in the recycling bay, dismantling an old player piano for parts: