Exhibitions

The Salem Art Association’s Galleries Program is located at the Bush Barn Art Center in historic Bush’s Pasture Park. There are three galleries and a gift gallery exhibiting and interpreting works of 20th and 21st century fine art and crafts by artists living or working in the Pacific Northwest and beyond who, through their creative modes of expression, enrich our community and foster a deeper understanding of the value of visual art.

Current Exhibitions

Portland2016_Biennial-of-Contemporary-ArtDisjecta’s Portland2016 Biennial of Contemporary Art
July 9-September 18 | A.N. Bush Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center

This summer, the Bush Barn Art Center will be a part of a groundbreaking exhibition organized by Disjecta Contemporary Art Center of Portland. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Radius-25_Forest-for-the-TreesRadius 25: Forest for the Trees
July 9-August 27 | Camas Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center

The Bush Barn Art Center is pleased to present Radius 25: Forest for the Trees which features the work of artists located within 25 miles of Salem. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Window-Mirror_Photographs-in-India-by-Frank-Miller
Window/Mirror – Photographs in India by Frank Miller
September 10-October 22 | Focus Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center

Window/Mirror presents a series of photographs taken by Salem-based artist Frank Miller during travels to India in 2013. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Featured-Artist_Anton-PavlenkoFeatured Artist: Anton Pavlenko
September 10-October 22 | Camas Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center

Plein air painter Anton Pavlenko will be the featured artist at the Bush Barn Art Center for the months of September and October. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.

Confluence_April-Waters_Bets-ColeConfluence: April Waters & Bets Cole
September 24-November 5 | A.N. Bush Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center

Confluence presents paintings by April Waters and Bets Cole that highlight the painters’ differing approaches to capturing the beauty of the Oregon landscape and beyond. Click here to learn more about this exhibition.