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ALL THE COLORS at Seven Sisters

Narangkar Glover and Artwork at Seven Sisters PDX

Plus a limited edition print release…

Solar System Block Prints at Day Space Night

Solar System Octagram Block Prints

Join me for an intimate showing of new works on paper…

Farbenkugel at Russo Lee Gallery

Talismans and magical objects of hope and optimism…

Purple Sweaters and Chasm in XX/8 @ Fisch Haus, Wichita KS

XX/8, now in its eighth edition, is a biennial invitational exhibition series that features five different…

Effektgarn at PDX Contemporary Window Project Space

I’ve got a new project on view 24-7 at PDX Contemporary’s Window Project Space.

“Farbenkugel” show at University of Washington

I’m pleased to have my work on view at the University of Washington, Thursday, May 12th, 6 – 9pm, with an Artist Talk at 6:30 until 7:00pm

“Raw Kids” Watercolors on view at Belljar SF

I have some work on view at Belljar shop in SF. Show runs…

“Farbenkugel” Color Theory Works in Fiber at Knit Purl PDX

Color Wheel by Narangkar Glover

I have a show of brand new works in fiber at Knit Purl PDX. The works, knitted in Mohair, are based on traditional color-theory practices – the color sphere by Philipp Otto Runge and the 12 Hue color-wheel often taught in art schools.

The work is on display to the public 24-7 and runs January 19 – March 8, 2016

New Work “Prison Labor: Profit and Penitence (Foucault Quotes Faucher)” installed at The Justice Center

artwork by Narangkar Glover

I have a large scale watercolor on paper on view at The Justice Center Sidewalk Gallery Window in Portland, Oregon. It will be on view through the month of January, 2016

Coffee Shop Show

Garhwali Himalayas Installed

I’m embarrassed to say I haven’t posted many updates lately. Earlier in the year we relocated to Portland Oregon, and well, it was a BIG move. Six or seven months later, it’s starting to feel like we are settling in. New to the scene, the first thing I decided to do was to just go […]