By Thump + June 30th, 2010
Art quilts and fiber art works by local artists group Journeys are on display throughout July at Thump Coffee in downtown Bend. July is designated as fiber art month every year at Thump, in honor of owner Hazel Chapple’s mother and celebrated Ohio fiber artist, Anne Hubler, who was the first fiber artist to show [...]
By Thump + June 3rd, 2010
Paintings from the Art for India fundraiser for local nonprofit Rise Up International and a retrospective of Commute Options Week posters all share the spotlight in June at Thump Coffee in downtown Bend.
We honor women and mothers throughout May with “Winged Women And Moonmaids,” prints by Nancie Zivetz-Gertler.
By Thump + March 31st, 2010
Join us for Art Hop, Friday, 4/12!
By Thump + March 8th, 2010
Scenic Oregon landscape photographs and hand-built frames by Dave Kamperman are on display throughout March. A professional shooter for more than 30 years, Kamperman’s move to Bend from Pittsburgh in 1983 inspired a transition from formal wedding and portrait photographer to landscape and outdoor portraits. “For me, the Northwest, and in particular Oregon, allows us [...]
By Thump + January 28th, 2010
A collection of Oregon images by photographer Paul Carew is on display throughout February at Thump Coffee in downtown Bend. Entitled “Places & Faces Anew, Exploring the West,” the exhibit draws its inspiration from the many varied settings of Oregon’s countryside.
By Thump + December 31st, 2009
“Push” skateboard decks customized by artists, a Division Street Skatepark Project fundraiser. Mixed media works by Lloyd McMullen.
By Thump + December 1st, 2009
Inspired by birds and bicycles, local painter Nikki Hoke Horner created the series of oil paintings on display throughout December at Thump Coffee in downtown Bend.
By Thump + November 2nd, 2009
Scenes from Central Oregon by local photographer Kristin Klus grace our walls this month. Klus’s works bridge the gap between classic darkroom photography and newer digital techniques in the artist’s self-described quest to create photographs “as powerful as nature itself.”