Paul Zegers
Paul Zegers
2000 - to present: show and sell paintings at Steamboat Inn, Steamboat, OR
2002 - featured artist "Art in the Garden" solo show, Steamboat Inn, Steamboat, OR
2005 - Commission: painting for First American Title Insurance Co, Roseburg, OR
2006 - Commission: for Manfre Designsource "Elkton" for private residence
2008 - Commission: for California collector, "Confluence"
2008 - Commission: for Oregon collector, "Tyee Mountain"
2010 Juried Art Exhibit "The Living River" (2 paintings) Jacobs Gallery, Eugene, OR
2010 Juried Art Show Umpqua Valley Arts Association, Roseburg, OR
2010 Solo show, Doe Bay Resort, Orcas Island, WA
2010 - Commission: for Washington Collector "Sea Acres"
2010 - Solo show, "Local Landscapes, Past and Present", Roseburg, OR
2010 - Commission: for Oregon Collector "Woodsong"
2011 - Commission for Oregon Collector, "South Umpqua - Fall",
2011 - Grand Prize Purchase Award Winner of the 2010 Top100
Juried by Hugh Greer, Jim Clements and Mary Binford Miller
2011 - Juried Show ,"Expressions West 2011" Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR
2012 - Northwest Passages - solo show Fisher's Gallery, Roseburg, OR
2012 - Juried Show ,"Expressions West 2012" Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR
2012 - Artist's Choice Award and Honorable Mention, Umpqua Plein Air Competition
2012 - 3 Guys with Brushes - 3 Man Show, Gallery Seven, Canyonville, OR
2012 - Best in Show - Curator's Choice Award, Oregon Waterways, Giustina Gallery, Corvallis, OR
2012 - Juried Exhibit, Higbee 6 Squared Show, Costa Mesa, CA
2013 - Artist's Choice Award and 2nd Place, Umpqua Plein Air Competition
2013 - Juried Exhibit, Higbee 6 Squared Show, Costa Mesa, CA
2013 - Layers of Light Show, Gallery Seven, Canyonville, OR

In 1975 I moved to Oregon and immediately became captivated by the beauty and diversity of the landscape. My lifetime interest in oil painting became focused on capturing this beauty on canvas. My goal is to make a record of a time and place that holds interest and creates an invitation for exploration. I paint wet-in-wet oil on canvas and try to complete a piece in one sitting. My approach is to make an oil sketch in the field to capture the color, light and mood of the place, and also take photographs for reference. If I am lucky I may get a finished painting in the field, but my intent is to use these source references for creating a finished work in the studio.
Paul Zegers