Project Amplify

These are the amazing things our community members are creating and sharing!

Soul Syncopations by Zina Allen
Colorful geometric painting illustration with bright red, green, orange and blue. The shape within the artwork is abstract and has similar shapes to hearts, flowers and eyes.

Zina Allen Art

Zina Allen (she/they/Z) is a Corvallis artist and poet. Their art is an outlet and a way for them to create while living with disabilities. They are inspired by the concept of social symbiotic relationships and the idea that equity is possible. Their work joins layers and different ways of seeing things to represent the complexities they observe not just in their own life and the world around them. They work as an architect, designer and wellness and equity ambassador at the Disability Equity Center. Zina recently received the Paul Harris Fellow award from the National Rotarians for their multiple volunteer efforts.

See more of Zina’s artwork on their website

Lava by Dan Jarvis-Holland
Illustration of a human figure, outlined in black, red, orange and yellow. The figure has a round head with hair falling on both sides of its neck. The figure has wavy lines coming off each side of it, like wings. Behind the figure are mixtures of red, black and orange color.

Dan J-H Art

My name is Dan Jarvis-Holland. I am an artist from Portland Oregon. I use he/him/his pronouns. I like to draw weird creatures that are monster-like. I love making art about anime, cartoons, superheroes, and sci-fi outer space.

Music is my first language. Art is community. Art is my life saver. When people see my art its an unbreakable moment. When I make my art I feel a key and I feel like an Avenger. I want people to see my powerful powers of art.

See more of Dan’s artwork on his website