While I was at the Yard, Garden and Patio show yesterday, I crossed the street to see the recycled art show at Metro (Portland's government agency). Metro, along with Cracked Pots, are the organizations who sponsor the five artists each year in the gleaning residency at the city dump. Metro has one piece of art on permanent display from each of the glean artists in their downstairs and upstairs gallery. I finally got to see my piece (and everyone else's work) in this building.
The "downstairs gallery" where the work from the first year's artists is displayed.
The "upstairs gallery" is where the work for those of us in the second year residency is displayed. It's in a great area of the building...well lit...very visible.
Since they have already started the application process for another round of artists for year three, I'm wondering where they'll hang the new work next fall. I didn't see any other wall spaces available.