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NW By NW GALLERY a New Collection benefits Animal Shelters

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NW By NW GALLERY a percentage of our sales benefits Friends of Haystack Rock and the Animal Shelter.

Georgia Gerber
Step Rabbits
Bronze / 2018
Edition of 15
27″H x 21″W x 12″D (7″ step)
$5,800

Georgia Gerber
Paired Otters
Bronze / 2018
Edition of 15
13″H x 27″W x 20″D
$5,800

NW By NW GALLERY Spring Unveiling 2019

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Art News Spring Unveiling Arts Festival May 4th

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PBS NEWSHOUR Weekend featured the Oregon Fine Art photographer for 8 minutes. Using film & traditional darkroom techniques . This is the very last Blue Glacial Ice photograph available. A focus of the PBS NewsHour was the fact that the photographers materials are no longer made, both film and paper. Meet him at Spring Unveiling Art Festival May 4th Saturday at 1:30. An extensive exhibition of his work will be on display.

NW By NW GALLERY Christopher Burkett “Blue Glacial Ice”. The last 20 by 24. Sold. This work is available in the 30 by 40

Northwest By Northwest Gallery

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ART NEWS/ NW By NW GALLERY

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Cannon Beach local Hazel Schlesinger will have her paintings in a TV Series. The show is called “Shrill”. Her work was used in the “Leverage” series and Movies & International Commercials . Hazel won the Public Choice Award for Plein Air Painting. She will give a class outside on location in Cannon Beach June 21 & 22. Sign up through the gallery info@nwbynwgallery.com . Northwest By Northwest Gallery is the #1 rated place to visit on Google Travel Guide.

 

NW By NW GALLERY – “Keep it Local” Ivan McLean Steel, Bronze & Glass Sculptor

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Public sculptor & local artist Ivan McLean is known for his spheres like the large Red Sphere in our Landmark sculpture garden on Spruce. He has his Spheres at the World Trade Center in Long Beach California & a very large one for the new Newport Beach Sculpture Park in California.

Working with architects & developers with the sought after sculptor creates another level of business opportunities for the gallery. Currently Ivan is working on a seven foot version of the stainless steel sculpture with a developer. His kiln formed glass projects include the Nines Hotel in Portland and the glass windows at 11th & Hoyt in Portland. For Cannon Beach the sculptor created the garbage cans and wrote some of the amusing limericks along with his father in law Brian who wrote for and was a producer for the popular TV Show Laugh In .

Swooping In by Jeffrey Hull

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Swooping In

Personally, I gravitate toward the quietest stretches of shoreline for the solitude it provides and have long felt it was kind of a “northwest thing” to be alone on a beach. While walking along the ocean’s edge, most of us naturally find ourselves looking toward the sea or at the sand beneath our feet. This day, I glanced away from the ocean at just the right moment as this gull glided into the bright light in contrast to the cliff in the deep shadows behind him. Inspiration struck. Apparently, there was something of interest on the beach his brethren had discovered that he needed to get in on.

Original Framed Watercolor 27” x 32 ½” $2,500 – Image 17” x 22”
All Rights Reserved

Sunset at Lincoln Rock by Jeffrey Hull

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Sunset At Lincoln Rock

Sunsets are inspirational on every level. When the tide is low, and wind calm, the still water reflects… everything. Lincoln Rock sits at the tideline along southern Cannon Beach. I walk by it frequently and have painted it many times both large and small. Like many of our basalt sea stacks, they play at least second fiddle to Haystack Rock, but they are inspiring just the same.

Original Framed Watercolor 29 ½” x 55 ½” $4,250 – Image 19 ½” x 45 ½”
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1.888.436.2606 1.503.436.2600

Hasselblad Magazine Cover Northwest By Northwest Gallery Christopher Burkett

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31st Annual Stormy Weather Arts Festival November 2 & 3.
Oregon Artist Christopher Burkett

Hasselblad Magazine Cover

PBS NewsHour

exhibiting in Cannon Beach for 3 decades……
Northwest By Northwest Gallery
232 N Spruce
Cannon Beach, Oregon
info@nwbynwgallery.com
NWBYNWGALLERY.com

 

New Painting by Jeffrey Hull

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At last a new painting for my First To See Friends. After a busy summer I carved out a little studio time before a bit of travel with Carol to celebrate our 40th anniversary. I’ll do my best to get back to work again soon! Arrivederci for now. Jeff


888-436-2606 www.hullgallery.com 503-436-2600
Standing Still

Standing still or still standing? Actually, both. We all need and have times when we pause long enough to drink in the peace of a moment. Inspiration struck as I was climbing back up the path on an evening with just enough smoke in the air to bath the cool coastal air below in warmth. Our pacific coast trees have so much character and often inspire me creativity. Thinking about the force required to snap a tree limb helps me appreciate what they endure living on the edge like they do. Their brokenness is what gives them character.

Original Framed Watercolor 55 ½” x 27 ½” $4,000
Image 45 ½” x 17” – All Rights Reserved

NW By NW GALLERY ART News Plein Air Workshop with Hazel Schlesinger June 2019

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Hazel Schlesinger will teach a Plein Air Workshop in Cannon Beach June 2019.. Her paintings are seen around the world in Movies, TV Series & International Commercials.
She has just announced that her Abstract Paintings will be used for an upcoming TV Series called “Shrill”.

Please email the gallery for workshop information info@nwbynwgallery.com

Christopher Mathie “Seeking Balance” September 1 – October 20 presented by White Bird Gallery

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Preview Exhibition Online: http://www.whitebirdgallery.com/mathie/index2018show.html

This new exhibition reflects the search for balance and truth within a commerce-driven world by moving past fear-based decision-making. Washington-state painter Christopher Mathie has developed a high-energy painting style that oscillates between bold abstractions, expressive coastal landscapes and a language of symbolic forms. His emotional canvases are based on intuitive mark making, intimate dialogues and a free flowing thought process that stems from surrendering to trust and letting go from the constraints of fear.

In his new paintings, images of bird spirits, portal shapes and boats navigating uncharted territory act as allegories for a path that is guided by instinct. The artist creates a personal discourse in each canvas that comes from an uninhibited stream of consciousness. Reaching deeper into psychological and emotional states that arise from overcoming hardship, Mathie seeks an experience of purity within the creative realm.

Christopher Mathie is a vibrant Pacific Northwest painter well known for his dynamic abstractions. He has exhibited his work for 26 years, drawing on various interests in philosophy, metaphysics and observations of the natural world. Mathie was nominated for the 2016 James W. Ray Distinguished Artist Award, given by Frye Art Museum / Artist Trust Consortium, his paintings are included in private and corporate collections nationally and internationally.

We appreciate your interest in Christopher Mathie’s paintings!

White Bird Gallery
251 N. Hemlock, Cannon Beach, OR
503.436.2681
info@whitebirdgallery.com

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