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Alberta Arts District
The Talisman Gallery opened in 1999 showing works by a host of regional Portland Metro artists.
The gallery continues to show contemporary, mid-career, and emerging local artists while maintaining a tradition of exposing unknown artists once a year via the Talisman Gallery Annual Juried Show event.
Talisman Gallery is one of the premier fine art cooperatives whose broad aesthetic program ranges from representation to abstraction, in painting, sculpture, and works on paper, and Multi-Media.
Talisman Gallerys aim is to create a dynamic and diverse cooperative community of artists for the purpose of supporting, celebrating, sharing and selling art; and encouraging our mutual professional growth as artists, while serving the community through our talents.
Talisman Gallery is committed to showing a broad range of work across many disciplines and media. The unifying theme of all the work we show is a formal soundness and the achievement of an aesthetic level of excellence.
The gallery produces annual exhibitions of locally significant art. Each month the Talisman Gallery hosts two artist members in nine to ten exhibitions a year of the cooperatives contemporary and mid-career artists. In addition, each season opens with an annual introduction to emerging artists via the Annual Juried Show exhibition.
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Highest concentration of highly talented working artists of any city within the United States.
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Alberta Arts District
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