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How Does Art Reflect

Our Feelings?

Exhibit continues through May 18th

Gallery open Fridays & Saturdays,

1:00pm- 5:00pm


Welcome to Oen Sky Galey

Welcome to
Open Sky
Art Gallery

Dark Wood Floor

Open Sky Art Gallery is the first Justice-impacted

and inspired Art Venue & Gathering Place 

in the Pacific Northwest.

We bring fine art together with the power of trauma awareness and healing. Our community gallery is focused on artists and writers who are or once were incarcerated, their families, victims of crime and victims’ families.

By showing and selling art and creative writing, we are providing an opportunity for system-impacted artists to integrate into society, increase their self worth and heal from trauma.

Our gallery is also poised to provide onsite artists’ residencies and gatherings to build community, foster engagement, education and social connection. In our first 12 months, we have hosted over 35 well attended public events as well as 4 private events.
Open Sky Art Gallery Director Snow Thorner is the Area Ambassador for Compassion Prison Project. Snow has also led numerous 6 week Trauma to Transformation programs for newly released inmates under contract with Siskiyou county Department of Probation. She designed and led a yearlong Re-Entry program in Siskiyou county in collaboration with Siskiyou county Arts Council.


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"It is my responsibility as an artist to give voice and humanize a population (myself included) that is often unfairly demonized and stereotyped..."

                                - KW-DC, incarcerated artist

501 C3 Charitable Non-Profit with EIN # 92-3862107

Sean Fox
Allyson Seelinger
Chuck Parham
Ralph Staritt
Gary Farlow
J. Scott


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