When artist Jacqueline Hurlbert works, she retreats from the world and translates her inner meditations through her art mediums. Everything that I feel is automatically transferred ... This is my voice, not heard but seen. You can meet Hurlbert, who works out of Lake Oswego, Ore., May 26 at the Basement Gallery at the opening of her new show that features her intriguing clay pieces. Its a rare opportunity to see her layered, textured paintings she usually keeps to herself.