Saturday, December 10, 2011

Meet JOSEY FAST — Oak Hollow's new owner.

Please Welcome Oak Hollow's new owner,                             JOSEY FAST.

That's right, I'm retiring in January after 33 years!

Josey is working with me as she prepares to carry on our tradition of quality custom framing, personal service and gallery exhibits of the region's artists.

Josey brings to Oak Hollow her enthusiasm, energy and love of art as well as a unique, vibrant vision for collaborating with our art community.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Sculpture and Painting

Join us at Oak Hollow Gallery Friday evening,
October 7, for a reception for artists

Marcia Blevins

Timm is showing his new sculptures.

Marcia and Sarah exhibit their latest paintings.

Beautiful new work from three regional artists:




Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Leann Ries

Local artist and poet Leanne Ries will show her recent paintings in our September show INTERIOR SPACES.

The show opens with a reception Friday evening, September 2, from 5:30 —8 PM and continues through October 4.

Leanne will read a few poems from her new chapbook The Calling at the opening.   Please join us.

Friday, July 8, 2011

A beautiful new rug by artist NANCY GABRIEL

Rock Face
NANCY created an amazing rock path to wiggle your toes in. Stop in and see what a great addition this would make to your home.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Art of the Huichol

In the six villages of the Huichol indians of Mexico artisans create intricate two- and three-dimensional  art pieces from wood, feathers, yarn, beads and shells. Their art depicts cultural and mythic stories and characters. We are showing pieces from the collection of Dale Gress of Yakima along with beaded sculptures from our personal collection.

Sunday, May 1, 2011


Canyon Land I
Please join us Friday May13 for the opening reception of this wonderful exhibit.
5:30 to 8 Pm

Marguerite Olson Fletcher learned to draw and paint from instructors in the Wapato School District and will always credit Beverly Dalrymple and Charles Smith  for
launching her vocation as a painter. Marguerite grew up on her parents’ fruit ranch in the Lower Valley. She studied art at Stanford University and with her husband, Bob Fletcher, raised their two daughters, establishing their home and work in Palo Alto, California.

The Yakima Valley remains an enduring and fundamental source for Marguerite’s artwork. She returns every year for personal renewal. She draws inspiration from the orchards and farming valleys; and even more essentially from the sagebrush hills and basalt columned canyons.This exhibition is dedicated to those canyons and arid hillsides.
The eleven acrylic on silk compositions are sense/memory improvisations; each one recalls specific colors, texture, fragrance, and space of Yakima, Ahtanum, Umptanum, Cowiche, and beyond.

Canyon Lands II

Canyon Land III

Tom Hoffman is Marguerite's guest artist and will have several watercolors of our valley.


Thursday, April 7, 2011

Blue Begonia at Oak Hollow

Oak Hollow and Blue Begonia Press invite you to a reading by Elizabeth Austen of poems from her new book Every Dress a Decision.

Elizabeth will read at 7 pm, Friday, April 22. Join us!

Saturday, February 19, 2011


OPENING RECEPTION MARCH 11th    5:30 to 8:pm  Come and meet Delma and enjoy her new body of work. Paintings, collages, screens, scrolls, and pottery. You won't want to miss this exciting show.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Every day should be Valentines Day

Be sure and pop in to see our gallery full of wonderful valentine gifts. We have something for everybody!
And don"t forget we are closed on Mondays. Have a special day!

Friday, January 14, 2011

Sweet Somethings

Come in and enjoy works from 19 valley artist.
Top Photo: Penn O Shelton, Leanne Ries, Sara Gettys, and Carmela Newstead
Middle Photo: Carmela Newstead, Marty Lovins, Nancy Gabriel, Jenny Dagdaagdan, and Jacquline Hurlbert.  Bottom Photo: Rebecca Bashara.  OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY JAN. 14. 5:30 PM