The Portland Fine Arts Guild


Use what talent you possess; The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those who sang best.

Author unknown.


To appreciate and understand art. To organize workshops. To present speakers and demonstrators for meetings. To secure exhibiting assignments. To organize and provide Art education classes. To promote the arts in our community.


We meet on the 1st Monday of each month at 2:30pm 12105  N.E. Prescott, Portland
except when there is a holiday such as Labor Day, or New Years Day on the 1st Monday.  We will then meet on the following Monday.

February- nominations for board positions
March.... Vote on board positions / Works of art on paper(under glass), 
Oil and acrylic, etc. on canvas/board competition.  
April........ Awards Banquet.
June........... Miniature Competition.
November.... Student Competition.
December….Guild Greeting Card Competition and party

                       THE PORTLAND FINE ARTS GUILD

The Portland Fine Arts Guild, a non-profit organization, has a membership of many individuals from all over the Portland Metro Area.    PFAG was inspired in 1969 and formally established in 1972. (see History page)  We presently meet and work at 12105 NE Prescott, Portland, 97220 at the Russellville Grange Hall in the Parkrose area of Portland.

PFAG and its members continue to enjoy making a contribution in this and other areas throughout the Portland Metro area.  Our work hangs in various business and community establishments on a rotating basis.  
We also participate in local shows and benefit events, as well as galleries.  Our own "Seasons of Color" art exhibit and sale takes place in the the spring of the year.

At our facility, a variety of art classes are offered to members and nonmembers - emerging artists - for very reasonable fees.  Our professional instructors travel from all over the greater Portland and Vanc, WA area to share their talent and teach excellent workshops.  We also hold membership competitions several times a year and ribbons are awarded.
Membership is open to any person/persons that are interested in the arts.

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    Monthly classes
Workshops are held the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Mondays of each month.  Sometimes depending on the teacher & interest maybe on the 4th Monday.
Workshops are held at the Russellville Grange Hall, located at 12105 N.E. Prescott, Portland, Oregon, 97220 (large peach colored building just South of Sandy Blvd.)  These are open to the public.  Plenty of free parking.  Bring a sack lunch or make use of the many fast food restaurants in the area.  Coffee is available.
To help defray expenses  the cost for Members is $15.00
for non-members  $20.00.
Everyone is welcome to attend no matter what level of artist you are and you are free to work in any medium you wish.
The hours for the Workshops are from 10am to 2pm.  It is advised that you arrive at least a half hour earlier to set-up.  The newsletter is sent out each month to advise you of the teacher and materials needed.
Absolutely no Turpentine is allowed.

No Workshops in July, August or December