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  • Nov 2
    Jinie Park & Amanda Briggs
    Nov 02 to Dec 23
    @Elizabeth Leach Gallery
  • Nov 2
    Rachel Davis: Book of Days
    Nov 02 to Dec 23
    @Charles A. Hartman Fine Art
  • Nov 19
    Fracture
    Nov 19 to Jan 13
    @Geezer Gallery @ Artists Repertory Theatre
  • Nov 24
    Little Things Show
    Nov 24 to Dec 24
    @Guardino Gallery
  • Nov 28
    Field of View
    Nov 28 to Dec 30
    @Wolff Gallery
  • Dec 1
    Winter Group Exhibition
    Dec 01 to Dec 31
    @Butters Gallery
  • Dec 1
    Work Horse: Art by the People Who Make Your Comics
    Dec 01 to Dec 26
    @Sequential Art Gallery + Studio
  • Dec 1
    Micah Hearn
    Dec 01 to Jan 13
    @Froelick Gallery
  • Dec 1
    A Gifted Offering
    Dec 01 to Dec 30
    @Eutectic Gallery
  • Dec 1
    Brothers
    Dec 01 to Dec 31
    @Waterstone Gallery

Profile

Christian Gabriel, Painter

Christian is a visual artist, looking to inspire the PDX creative community
Website The Art of Christian Gabriel
Facebook Link
Twitter @EpicPalette
Being a war veteran who struggled with PTSD, I found my outlet through painting. It was after going to local art shows that I became inspired & my monochromatic world turned colorful. A world where you can do anything or be anyone. War can definitely make you take a step back and reevaluate things. So many questions and not enough answers. Once I began my journey after coming home, I found myself through art. It is a way for me to express myself when words don't work. I think of an idea that I'm most passionate about, sketch it out, then plan the color scheme. I start very loose, then as I get to my focal point I try and add as much detail as I can. Using a brush, palette knife, sponge or whatever is available, I try and make each piece I paint have a different feel. "Love saved my life. I looked everywhere to find it, but I finally found it in myself. We never know how much longer we have on this earth. Tomorrow was never promised. Be yourself, be great!" -Christian