Coming Soon To Point.B Studio

Sea-Change ACT III / SEA-CHANGE continues with the Cinematography of David Fortney and Lightbox Interpretations of the Art of Bonnie Wolf. Join us for the final act of this evolving art exhibit. Opens March 25th at 2PM.

Art Exhibitions and Events

Point.B Studio participates in Port Orford ArtWalks and community events. We recently launched SpringThing to support young emerging artists and host an annual celebration of art and creativity every Fall

More Love Now / The electrifying fine art prints of Tullio Francesco DeSantis / January 2016

wind map / Fernanda Viégas + Martin Wattenberg
A living portrait of wind patterns in the US. Poetry in Motion. Limited edition and bespoke wind maps are now available.

earth / Cameron Beccario / wind map of the world.

Postscript Poetry / David Victor Feldman
Illuminated interpretations of handcrafted Postscript code.

Progressions / William Paul Gaetjens
Expressions in metal, oil paint, and pastel. Work in Progress.

Interazione / Point.B Studio
Signature limited edition posters from our exhibits.

[ˈɡeːɡənʃaɪn] / The Time Capsule Project / Now In Beta

The Rural Design Collective

#rdcHQ / Point.B Studio sponsors The Rural Design Collective, a creative R&D lab for independent, creative folk who are interested in positive ideas and new media technologies.


About Point B Studio

Point.B Studio is an art gallery and Internet design studio located in the town of Port Orford, a picturesque fishing village and artist community on the southern Oregon coast. Celebrating its 13th year, the gallery highlights artists who incorporate some aspect of the Internet in their work, and explores where art, traditional design and new media intersect through onsite and online exhibits.

In 2009, Point.B launched the first of a three-part exhibit entitled "Art in the Information Age" [αἰτία]. This fine tradition continues with our time capsule exhibit, [ˈɡeːɡənʃaɪn], and "SEA-CHANGE" below

The Memory Palace Press

The Memory Palace Project is now relaunched in Pre-Alpha as the 351-Atlas. We're using the code to feature a select group of artists and initiatives.

The Queue — {~beaux libre*}

Notable work by established and emerging artists.