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Lance Pynes

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Department of Art, Music & Creative Arts Therapies


MFA, MA, BFA, University of Oregon

Classes Taught

Art History: From Cave to Cathedral
Art History: From Renaissance to Revolution
Art History: The Nineteenth Century
Art History: Modernism
Art History: Art Since the Sixties
The Practice of Art History

Lance Pynes has taught in the Portland Metro area for twenty years in courses as varied as Art History, Painting, Basic Design, and Drawing. He holds several degrees in Art and Art History and has exhibited locally and nationally. His work often plays with the elements of representation, abstraction, and non-representation in the development of 2-D images. Currently he is developing summer classes that would feature a combination Art History/Studio experience in Collage, Sitework, and the discourse between Painting and Photography.

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Belluschi Pavilion Featured in Preservation Magazine

The Belluschi Pavilion, a mid-century modern house moved to the Marylhurst campus, was featured in the fall 2015 issue of Preservation Magazine.

Blake Shell Joins RACC Award Panel

Blake Shell, The Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Director & Curator of The Art Gym & Belluschi Pavilion, was invited to be a panelist for selecting the 2015 Individual Fellowship Award for The Regional Arts & Culture Council.


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October 04, 2015 – December 05, 2015

Kartz Ucci Retrospective at The Art Gym

The Art Gym will present a retrospective exhibition of the work of Kartz Ucci, a talented and prolific artist who passed away in 2013 at 52 years o...


October 07, 2015 – December 16, 2015

The Planets: Paintings by Sarah Anne Burns

Sarah Anne Burns, BFA ’07 will present hundreds of watercolors in her series: The Planets. The paintings are a departure from Burns' other bodies...


November 30, 2015

Concert: Marylhurst Guitar Ensemble

The Guitar Ensemble's hard work throughout fall term culminates into this opportunity to hear some terrific classical ensemble pieces.


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