bright box gallery is the gallery space curated by bright designlab, featuring a rotating selection of artists. Sharing a space with our design studio, the gallery's summer hours are Monday - Thursday, 8am-5:30pm and Friday, 8am-noon. We have extended evening hours the first Thursday of each month during the Pearl District’s First Thursday art walk event. The gallery is located at 404 NW 10th Ave, Ste. 101, in Portland, Oregon.

 

CURRENT (September 1 - December 22, 2016)

“White Light,” a new series of hand-dyed embroidery fiber art by Denver artist Aly Barohn

Aly Barohn's White Light is a representation of how light and shadow play. Light, throughout each day, changes almost imperceptibly. Vibrancy and hue interact with the variations of light creating subtle changes to the visible light we see. We find texture in the shadows as light passes through varying objects and opaqueness.
Barohn builds upon the constructed canvas with hand-dyed hand-embroidery, focusing on the subtleties of each "white" thread. Through dimension and texture, she encourages the viewer to experience the work through touch as well as sight.

Porcelain ceramics by Lilith Rockett

Lilith Rockett, a studio potter residing in Portland, OR, works primarily in porcelain. Her work, created by hand on the potter's wheel, reveals a deep interest in the subtle qualities of the material: translucency, fluidity, density, and the velvety softness of an unglazed polished surface. Minimal in both form and surface, her work calls attention to subtle nuances of line or shadow, with a delight in the quiet imperfections that characterize the handmade

 

 

ONGOING

LIGHTING by Lambert et Fils 

A Montreal-based lighting design studio founded in 2010 by Samuel Lambert. The studio’s original and custom lamps for residential and commercial settings take cues from mid-century Modernism, the Industrial Age, and Lambert’s own minimalist aesthetic. The studio revisits iconic motifs across the range of these influences to create its own distinctive collections. Along with Lambert, the studio’s small group of designers collaborate in the creation of a constellation of floor, wall, and suspended lamps using brass, powder-coated aluminum, and marble. Available for purchase through bright designlab studio.