• BOTANICAL FORMS; THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN ORBS AND ANGLES

    Mom and Pop WineShop presents paintings by visual artist JEFF ANDERSON.

    At Mom and Pop Wine Shop
    6908 NE Sandy Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97213

    Opening Reception: Saturday October 14th (6-8 pm)
    *Enjoy Free Italian wine tasting courtesy of Young's Market Columbia
    21 and over please

    Show is open from October 14th 2017 through December 2017

  • VARIATIONS IN ACRYLIC

    Sidecar 11 presents the latest work by painter JEFF ANDERSON.
    February 3 - February 25, 2014

    At Sidecar 11
    3955 N Mississippi Ave Portland, Oregon 97227

    Opening Reception: Tuesday February 25th. (6-8 PM)
    21 and over.

  • SELECTED WORK


    Sidecar 11 presents selected work by painter JEFF ANDERSON.
    June 11 - July 11, 2013

    At Sidecar 11
    3955 N Mississippi Ave Portland, Oregon 97227

    Opening Reception: Tuesday JUNE 25. (6-8 PM)
    21 and over.

    SOLO PRESENTATION

    Vendetta will be presenting work by Portland artist JEFF ANDERSON.
    August 1 - October 1, 2012

    At Vendetta
    4306 N Williams Ave Portland, Oregon 97217
    21 and over.

  • OPERATOR ERROR


    First Friday Art Openings. Portland, Oregon.
    Milepost 5 presents OPERATOR ERROR,
    by painter JEFF ANDERSON, May 6-28. 2011

    At Milepost 5 -The Studios Denizen Gallery
    850 N.E. 81st Ave, Portland, Oregon 97213

    Opening Reception: FRIDAY MAY 6 (6-9 PM)
    Free to the public – kids welcome

    Artist Juxtaposes Nature With The Language Of The Machine

    Milepost 5 presents OPERATOR ERROR, is a collection of paintings by painter
    JEFF ANDERSON.

    Anderson adopts a rigid mechanical process as a catalyst for cultivating mistakes. Accidents emerge as the artist’s hand fails to emulate photographic halftone patterns.

    Jeff Anderson earned his BFA at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2006. Anderson’s machine paintings first debuted at the Marstall Gallery located in Weimar, Germany in a group show titled Pure Painting.

    Anderson explains his process – “My paintings acquire a motif of their own, written with mistakes, drips, and imperfect circles. Following the strict process yields a new motif, a new over-all image.”