People come to Pulse for the music, for the movement, and for the fun and community every week. Now mix into that stimulating weekly cocktail some ART! Come celebrate with us on Saturday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m. as we hold our very first art opening at PulsePDX. We are so excited to start activating the waiting and lobby areas of the building with original and fine art. This separate effort will now be called Pulse Gallery and it will be hosting a series of featured artists throughout the year.

Scott-ErwertOur first artist to showcase is Scott Erwert. Scott is a native Oregonian who lives and works in Portland. A current member of North Coast Seed Studios, he has worked and exhibited all along the West Coast, including: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gallery; Gallery One Embarcadero (San Francisco); Oakland Museum of California; Maitri (San Francisco); Ghetto Gourmet (Oakland); Raising a Reader (Bay Area); CAP Art Auction (Portland); Star Wars Celebration (LA and Florida); Portland Comic Con; Multnomah Arts Center (Portland); as well as various galleries and spaces throughout Portland. He has instructed various painting events with Bottle and Bottega at local venues around the city, including the Portland Art Museum. His artwork has been published by Abrams Books, Del Rey, Random House, Scholastic and Lucasfilm. Drawing on two decades of experience, his work meshes classic education and a respect of art history, with personal innovation. Scott continues to exhibit in local solo and group shows, and donates time and work to various charities and non-profit art events.

The gallery opening is free. You can meet and greet with the artist, discuss the work, get dressed up and snap photos with friends, and enjoy complimentary wine. Also, be sure to extend this invitation to friends who might also appreciate Scott’s artwork—the more, the merrier!

Mark your calendars, we can’t wait to kick off this fabulous new part of the PulsePDX experience.

Pulse Gallery Opening Night Reception
Saturday, March 7
7:00 p.m.

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