Current Exhibitions

January 17, 2019 - February 18, 2019

Starting on January 17th, Cole Gallery's walls will be adorned with the awe-inspiring landscapes of Jeff White. Jeff's love of the Great Outdoors, and particularly the area of the Columbia Gorge, shines through in his epic, atmospheric oil paintings. Lofty, sunlit clouds towering over majestic peaks, with the river carving it's way through the steep valleys - these grand themes are what we love and admire in Jeff's work.



Join us for Art Walk on Thursday January 17th, 5-8pm, and view these incredible works of art for yourself. We'll be serving sparkling wine and dessert bites, and look forward to seeing you.


January 17, 2019 - February 18, 2019

Thomas McCafferty’s oil paintings leave most of us speechless. And when we recover, we might use words like energetic, dynamic, textural, unique, innovative, physical, powerful, emotional… and the list goes on. You really must see these in person to fully appreciate the power they hold. Just the sheer size of some of these pieces – up to 68” x 68” -  will deliver an awe-inspiring punch. Then you factor in Thomas’ bold hues and fantastic brushwork… well, you come and see for yourself!



Join us for Art Walk between 5:00 and 8:00pm on Thursday, January 17th, meet this amazing artist, and be speechless with us. We’ll be serving sparkling wine and small dessert bites for when you recover your senses.


February 21, 2019 - March 18, 2019

With quiet light, misty mornings and a sense of peace, JM Brodrick's paintings evoke a sense of calm and beauty.  From forestscpaes to the wild mustangs of Bend, Oregon she mixes both contemporary and classic painting techniques in her moody and atmospheric acrylics.



She states: “I’ve enjoyed painting the beautiful areas of Oregon, which include several forestscapes, a cityscape and the countryside.  I love the misty light of an old growth forest; a quiet refuge in a busy world.  If you sit long enough you can usually spot a black tailed deer or just listen to the distant echo of a woodpecker.  I hope these new paintings evoke a sense of the beauty of these wild places.”


February 21, 2019 - March 18, 2019

Inspired by the artist’s love of and appreciation for the Pacific Northwest’s natural splendor, many of Richard Smith’s paintings depict actual scenes found on his trail walks. Alongside his daughter, who is his favorite hiking partner, Richard has hiked many mountain paths, and discovered many eye-catching scenes which he shares with you through his oil paintings. He says, “I hope each painting somehow expresses my appreciation for the beauty I find around me."