Day Session:   10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Evening Session:  4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Holiday Boutique: 9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price: $30 for pre-sale tickets, $35 for day-of tickets. The Boutique is free for all.

Ring in the holiday season by celebrating a cherished Eastmoreland tradition at the 39th annual Duniway Holiday Home Tour & Boutique. On Friday, December 1, the tour offers a sneak peek into stunning homes, neighborhood trolley rides and live music — all while supporting Duniway Elementary School.

A selection of eight neighborhood homes will be decked out for the holidays.

Running in conjunction with the tour is the Duniway Holiday Boutique, featuring the wares of many local artists and merchants. Anyone can attend the boutique for free, even without purchasing a home tour ticket. A portion of all boutique sales also benefits Duniway students.

Duniway Kids, photo courtesy of David F. Ashton
Duniway Home Tour photo courtesy of Norman Hersom

Start the Tour by picking up your tour booklet at Duniway Elementary School (7700 SE Reed College Place, Portland) and visit the school’s South Gym and start the tour by visiting the Holiday Boutique.

The Tour is one of the largest fundraisers for Duniway Elementary School’s PTA. All proceeds from the event directly benefit Duniway and are used to provide applied arts programs, classroom materials, cultural art events, field trips and more for children attending Duniway.

New for 2017 – Art Auction

In an effort to raise more money for the art program at Duniway, this year we are offering a silent art auction to Home Tour attendees. The artwork has been generously donated by several local artists and will be on display at each of the homes on the tour. Here is a sneak peak.  Bidding is live now – and ends December 1st @ 9pm.

The Art Auction is Live

Rain prints mounted on panel, embellished with paint and charcoal, to make it a unique piece.

Jeni Lee has worked as a professional artist for over 15 years, creating emotive abstract landscapes and mixed media paintings.

With nature’s environment as the foundation of her work, she has lived and traveled in the some of the most diverse landscapes of the West. From a childhood spent in the coastal California countryside, to Idaho’s river valleys, to finding her home among the forests of the Northwest and attending artist residencies in New Mexico, Kauai, Oregon’s high desert and at the Vermont Studio Center.

After receiving her degree in Painting and Printmaking from Portland State University, she began exhibiting her work at galleries and venues throughout the Northwest, including healthcare and hospitality venues.

Jeni Lee resides in Portland, Oregon and works daily out of her colorful art studio where she continues to partner with art consultants, designers and galleries to place her work locally and beyond.

She currently shows her work with Brian Marki Fine Art in Portland, Oregon and Palm Springs, California, as well as in shops and galleries locally and along the Oregon coast.

As I sit at the potter’s wheel, my ceramic art mirrors my work in global health – at times responsive and smooth, sometimes lumpy and off balance, and often joyful in ways I could not have imagined beforehand. Both the clay and I must remain responsive in order for the relationship to be successful. Thus, ceramic art carries valuable lessons in reciprocity, interconnection, and humility.

My clay work is composed almost entirely of utilitarian vessels designed to contain things. As such, they allude to the values of abundance, usefulness, and generosity – attributes needed when working across significant cultural and worldview differences. Pots being held or in a communal eating space imply a relationship between use and user and the unique beauty of the clay objects can help set the tone for the interactions that take place among those who use them. Thus, functional clay objects take on a pivotal significance in families and communities, as sharing food lies at the heart of all human societies.

My pots are being created during an era of frenzied activity, visual and auditory commotion, and unprecedented global upheaval and violence. Therefore, I keep them simple. In their simplicity, I hope to convey a sense of quiet and nourishment for body and spirit. My hope is that through my ceramic art, the user deepens their appreciation of functional pots, discovers the seduction of the perfect fit, and experiences beauty, restfulness, and sensuality in the act of consuming food and drink.

Isabelle Soulé

“What’s Eating You?” is a 36x36 mixed media painting on canvas. The final image is a result of intuitive painting and collage.

From the artist, Gia Whitlock:
I live blissfully in Portland, Oregon with my husband, Trevor, and our two children. In August 2012, we relocated from Salt Lake City, Utah, where I participated in the Utah Arts Festival and various gallery shows.

Since moving to Portland, I have picked up my art career where I left it, participating in booth shows and exhibiting at Oregon galleries. My work has also appeared in numerous publications and been licensed by national retailers.

Being a mother to two small children keeps life fresh and entertaining, as well as exhausting, for me. I work with my kids on collage projects and drawing and I gain wonderful inspiration from their artistic freedom. Painting is a luxury that I allow myself and I am grateful for it every single day.

John Fisher creates inspiring, sophisticated landscapes, still life and figurative work. His paintings have a definitive sense of place, allowing you to feel the emotion and mood of the day with his intuitive use of color and brushwork. The shifting force of weather has a profound impact on his work and ability to capture the soul of the Pacific Northwest landscape.
Waking Faster Still, 16x20, encaustic, created in 2015


I find magic in the transformative quality of working with fire. The elemental power of the material influences the creative process and lends the work a freedom of expression that is abundantly satisfying. In my most recent encaustic and mixed media work, I am concerned with different forms of energy, direction and movement in nature and the rare beauty found even in the starkest places.



Kim Brown is interested in the process that goes into conceptual mapping, asking questions about social, biological, cultural, and environmental systems. Art for her is not only the production of isolated objects; but provides living-ideas that promote presence through keen observations.

Brown’s work has been shown in numerous individual and group exhibitions in Alaska and the contiguous United States. National exhibitions include the current Getty sponsored PST LA/LA: Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago, Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach CA; Museum of Fine Art, Houston TX; Museum of the North, Fairbanks AK; Museums at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; FotoFest, De Santos Galleries, Houston TX; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami FL; Anchorage Museum, Anchorage AK; Art Basel Miami Beach, Fred Snitzer Gallery, Miami FL; International Gallery of Contemporary Art, Anchorage AK; Decker/Morris Gallery, Anchorage AK; Kimura Gallery, Anchorage AK.

Selected collections include the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston TX; Museums at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; Anchorage Museum, Anchorage AK. Brown’s public artworks are held in the collections of the Washington State Arts Commission % for the Art Program; Alaska State Council on the Arts 1% for Art Program; and the Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Municipal 1% for Art Program.

She has been awarded the Rasmuson Foundation Individual Artist Award, Project Grant; Alaska State Council on the Arts, Career Opportunity and Grants; recipient of the 2002 Individual Artist Anchorage Mayors Arts Award, Washington State Arts Commission; Artist Resource Award, and Alaska Urban Design Awards.

Kim taught at Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, Los Angles CA; the University of Alaska, Anchorage; and Artist-Teacher at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier VT. Brown was a founding member of the nonprofit organization, Alaska Design Forum.

Brown lives and works in Portland OR.

David Becker is a Eugene, Oregon based self taught digital artist who, except for four years serving in the Navy, has always lived in Oregon.  His lifelong interest in art, photography and later the computer has led him on a path to creating beautiful and unique images in the digital darkroom.  This media allows him to stretch his imagination and express himself from the first click of the camera shutter, to transforming a photo and seeing the results of his imagination as it emerges from the printer.

He loves the high level of creativity digital art allows him as he uses his computer as a pallet, the stylus as a brush and the tablet or iPad as his canvas.  Using photography and observations of the world around him as tools to collect raw material for inspiration he has found a way to marry photography, painting and drawing to create fine art that everyone can relate to.  Some consider him primarily a photographer, others view him as a painter, but all realize he is an artist with a unique perspective of the world that he shares with others through his work.

David has been in and won awards at numerous juried art shows throughout the Northwest and Hawaii as well as camera club competitions. He has also had solo gallery shows at Washington Abbey, O’Brien Photo Gallery, Harris Hall, Lane County Courthouse and Island Park Gallery.

I’m always interested in how an idea takes shape when putting paint and brush to paper, especially when mixed with other media be it collage, pen and ink or pastel or a unique base paper. Experimenting is part of the fun of doing art along with seeing my ideas unfold. Photography has always been my first creative love, but in my ‘middle age’ a friend invited me to an informal painting class and that started a chain reaction of classes and workshops from local artists that resulted in a very satisfying hobby. Doing art has remained a hobby, although in the past, my work has been displayed at the Broadway Gallery in Longview, Washington, Graystone Gallery, Portland, the Columbia Center in St. Helens and the West Linn Public Library.  Before my move back to Portland four years ago, I was active in the Columbia Arts Guild and participated in their annual shows sometimes coming home with an award…

Kathie Fellows


The Duniway Holiday Home Tour again features a free trolley you can ride to tour the homes. The trolley will make a loop between all six homes and Duniway Elementary. Tour participants can ride the trolley at their leisure, combining rides with walking, biking or driving. Start at Duniway and map your route to view on your own schedule.

Our Kids Need Clothes!

Many children who attend Portland Public Schools are in need. Please bring gently used children’s jackets and coats for kids grades K – 12. We also need new underwear and socks for our kids too. There will be a collection bin available in the gym on the day of the tour for your kind donation. Thank you!

Duniway Holiday Home Tour December 1st