Oregon Art Beat

2001, TV Show

Northwest artists, musicians and artisans are profiled.


Free | PBS Posted: 5/3/2014

Patrick Noe paints, transfers inverse versions of his paintings to wood, then uses that wood carving to press clay, which he then paints. The results are remarkable clay paintings that come to life with character and dimension.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/3/2014

Season 15, Episode 19
Alex Reisfar; Patrick Noe; Black Prairie

Free | PBS Posted: 5/3/2014

Alex Reisfar's surrealist paintings remind us that nature and 21st-century man are colliding in unexpected and sometimes disturbing ways. We visit him in his cellar studio where he paints canvases that both illuminate the consequences of man's disregard for nature and explore the power of imagination.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

Portland's NE Williams was a thriving place for jazz artists in the 1950's. Singer Sweet Baby James Benton, and players Cleve Williams and Bobbie Bradford talk about those rich times of Portland's jazz scene. Jazz drummer Mel Brown talks about growing up around these Portland jazz greats. Get into the groove and listen to some serious music from some serious cats playing at Billy Reed's.

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