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2012 Spring Unveiling Gallery Schedule

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Gallery Artists Event
Friday, May 4
11:00 a.m.-5 p.m. White Bird Lina DiVenere Jewelry trunk show
3:00 p.m. Jeffrey Hull Jeffrey Hull Demonstration of techniques used to create newest coast-inspired work.
3:00-4:00 p.m. Northwest By Northwest Nelson Davis Demo by OPB featured assemblage sculptor
3:00-5:00 p.m. Primary Elements Marianne Post Pastel Demonstration
4:00 p.m. Haystack Michael Tieman Unveiling new paintings of Italy, followed by Italian style reception.
4:00-5:00 p.m. Primary Elements Paul Van Etten Demo of Recycled Art
Northwest By Northwest Georgia Gerber Introducing new bronze sculptures
4:00-6:00 p.m. IceFire Glassworks Michelle Kaptur Discussion of sources of inspiration for new creations.  Refreshments and wine served in cups made by Michelle.
5:00 p.m. Bronze Coast Scott Peck Discussion of how he combines the technical with aesthetics to create his floral photos Light artist’s reception follows.
5:00 p.m. Jeffrey Hull Jeffrey Hull Artist Reception
5:00-6:00 p.m. Northwest By Northwest Alisa Looney Introduction of new sculptures
5;00-7:00 p.m. Primary Elements Gary Fenske Demo of painting with black light. Live music, featuring LG on keyboard Light refreshments
Saturday, May 5
9:00 -10:00.a.m. IceFire Glassworks Jim Kingwell, Suzanne Kindland, Michelle Kaptur Breakfast Reception catered by Waves of Grain
10:00 a.m. DragonFire Anne Anderson Unveiling of dyes on silk
Anton Pavlenko Unveiling of latest works in oil
Surprise third artist
10:30 a.m. IceFire Glassworks Michell Kaptur Unveiling  on new water color landscape series and demonstration of her glass blowing techniques
11:00 a.m. Cannon Beach Gallery Linda Piacentini-Yaple Handmade book artist will talk about her newest projects
11:30 a.m. Northwest By Northwest Christopher Burkett Unveiling of new traditional fine art color photography
Eric Jacobsen Unveiling of new plein air oil paintings
Noon George Vetter FotoArt George Vetter Unveiling of new work and introduction of new portraiture offerings
1:00 p.m. White Bird Scott Johnson Unveiling on newest paintings
Joshua Rodine New glass sculpture
Barry McAlister New ceramic vessels
1:30 p.m. Bronze Coast Don Rambadt Unveiling of new stylized avian sculpture
2:00 p.m. Modern Villa David Wight Unveiling of his latest interpretations of waves in blown glass
Julie Marcum Unveiling of new “wave” paintings
2:30 p.m. Heritage Gallery Cassandra Barney Unveiling of newest work
3:00 p.m. Primary Elements Michael Parkes, Greg Congleton and Jeffrey Mann Unveiling of new works
3:30 p.m. Jewelry by Sharon Amber Sharon Amber Unveiling of newest work
Michael Lorenzini Unveiling of newest paintings
4:00 p.m. Jeffrey Hull Jeffrey Hull Unveiling of newest paintings
4:30 p.m. Haystack Rogene Manas, Mike Schlicting, Mike Orias Unveiling of new works from these contemporary artists
5:00-7:00 p.m. DragonFire Featured artists Anne Anderson and Anton Pavlenko, plus other gallery artists Reception with live music and food
White Bird Scott Johnson, Lina DiVenere, Josh Rodine, Barry McAlister Artists’ reception
5:00-8:00 p.m. Jeffrey Hull Jeffrey Hull 25th Anniversary Reception featuring Dave Stassens-Gypsy Jazz
Haystack Rogene Manas, Mike Schlicting Mike Orias Artists’ Reception
Primary Elements Gallery artists Artists’ reception catered by Season’s Café Live music with Richard T o Guitar and Ray Coffee on Sax
6:00-8:00 p.m. Bronze Coast Scott Peck Unveiling followed by reception with live music by Bend musician Rob Fincham
Modern Villa David Wight, David Jonathan Marshall and Julie Marcum Artists’ Reception
Cannon Beach Gallery Linda Piancentini-Yaple Beth L. Robinson plus works from 40 regional artists Artists reception
Northwest By Northwest Gallery Artists 25th Anniversary Celebration and artists’ reception featuring Bobcat Bob Jazz and Blues Guitar.  $5 donation for annual fundraiser benefiting the Food Bank. Featuring Sineann Winery with Patrick McElligott
Sunday, May 6
10:00 a.m. Bronze Coast Don Rambadt Presentation including native wild birds from the Wildlife Center of the North Coast.Discussion of wildlife issues and conservation.
11:00  a.m.-Noon Primary Elements David Williams Bowl turning demonstration on deck
Anne Waters Acrylic painting demonstration
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. DragonFire Gallery artists Light brunch reception, music and food
11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. White Bird Lina DiVenere Jewelry trunk show
12:30 p.m. Northwest By Northwest Lillian Pitt Discussion of newest work
1:00 p.m. Jeffrey Hull Jeffrey Hull Demonstration of techniques used to create newest work.

Bronze Coast Gallery Artists Selected for National Sculpture Society Exhibition

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Bronze Coast Gallery is proud to announce that several artists represented by the gallery have works selected by the National Sculpture Society to appear in an on-line exhibition entitled “LOVE”. Sculptures in the show include ‘Nesting Pair’ by Victoria Parsons, ‘Panther’s Pride’ by Rosetta, and ‘To Love Is To Be’ by Martin Eichinger. These three sculptures can currently be viewed at Bronze Coast Gallery. LOVE is part of National Sculpture Society’s continuing series of on-line exhibitions. The show explores the many facets of love and its expressions and is a timely exhibition for upcoming Valentine’s Day.

 

 

Visit George Vetter FotoArt In Our New Showcase Gallery

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Come celebrate the New Year, and our seventh anniversary in Cannon Beach at our new expanded gallery. We showcase beautiful photographs of the Oregon Coast, the Great NorthWest, and many other states in our Land Of The Free, and Home Of The Brave, as well as some familiar highlights of historic Europe. Take advantage of our special Winter pricing on in-stock images.

George Vetter FotoArt

 

 

 

The Annual Volunteer Show at the Cannon Beach Gallery

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December 9 – January 2, 2011/2012
Artist Reception: Saturday, December 3, 6-8 P.M.

The Cannon Beach Gallery will host its annual Volunteer Show from December 9-January 2, 2012 with an opening reception on Saturday, December 10 from 6-8pm.

The Cannon Beach Gallery is a program of the non-profit Cannon Beach Arts Association, and as such it relies on a group of dedicated volunteers to assist with operations throughout the year. Many of these volunteers are also artists, jewelers and photographers.

The Volunteer Show is a way of showcasing the talents of our Docent Staff, Gallery Committee Members, as well as members of the Board of Directors in a group show that will feature original art work in a variety of media.

Included in this years exhibit will be jeweler Elizabeth Pattison, a long time Cannon Beach artist in residence who works at the Gallery year round as a Docent. In addition, Bonny Gorsuch, whose lively assemblages and fabric collages always tell a story (sometimes one which is literally spelled out in Scrabble tiles) will have work on display. Gorsuch is also a long time Docent at the Gallery (ten years and running) and received the CBAA’s Individual Artist Grant in 2009 for a project entitled “Random Scraps of Fabric.”

In addition, the impressive etchings of Liza Jones and Paul Miller will be on display. Both Manzanita artists help with hanging exhibits throughout the year and Jones is instrumental to the success of the Gallery Committee.

Not to be left behind, several members of the CBAA’s Board of Director’s will also be displaying work including photographer Don Frank and the watercolor painter, Ireta Sitts-Graube.

There promises to be a lot of variety in the exhibit, including the popular felted creations of Jessica Sund, whose fingerless gloves have been flying out the Gallery doors this fall. In addition, the exquisite jewelry designs of Susie Frances Aoki will be on display, along with more traditional fine art pieces by such talented painters as Janet Bland and Barbara Temple Ayres.

For more information see the Cannon Beach Gallery web site.

10th Anniversary Party & Chinese New Year Show at DragonFire Studio

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Join us for this very special event February 18th, 2012.

Help us celebrate with new art on the theme of the Year of the Dragon, Chinese Horoscopes, music and more.

For more information see the DragonFire Gallery web site or call us at 503-436-1533.

Hold to the Rod, the Iron Rod Personal Commission by James C. Christensen

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You have to love a second chance! From now until January 31, you can purchase James C. Christensen’s Hold to the Rod, the Iron Rod as a Greenwich Workshop Personal Commission Fine Art Paper Print. It has been the most requested image of Christensen’s since its release and immediate sell out as a Fine Art Canvas edition in 2007. The size of this edition will be set by the number of orders we receive between December 15, 2011 and January 31 2012.

And for those collectors looking for something original and unique, we have created a special hand-colored Remarque Edition of Hold to the Rod that will be limited to just 350 pieces.

For more information contact go to our Heritage Gallery web site or call us at 503-436-0844.

The “We never have a sale” SALE at the Jeffrey Hull Gallery

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Inventory Reduction of Framed Prints

(No we are not going out of business we are preparing for our 25th year by reorganizing our stock)

This SALE is specific to select framed prints from discontinued lines that are no longer available to us. We have priced them as our Holiday Special for this Season of Giving. Unless noted, there is only one of each of these available. For additional information or purchase call the gallery at 888-436-2606.
Or see our web site Jeffrey Hull Gallery.

December “Season of Sparkle” Features Jewelry from the Plains of Israel at Haystack Gallery

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Haystack Gallery, celebrating its 34th anniversary in Cannon Beach, is featuring our jewelry “Trunk Show” for the month of December. Featured Artists will be silver jewelers living in Israel.

Roman Glass – This jewelry is the work of many talented designers at Kibbutz Revadim and is inspired by the beautiful surroundings and culture of Israel.

Their jewelry is inlaid with a fragment of Roman glass, discovered in an archaeological excavation in the Holy Land. The patina was created by chemical interaction with mineral-rich soil over the course of 2000 years.

 

Beit-Nir – This special collection of silver jewelry is the work of two talented designers inspired by the beautiful surroundings at Kibbutz Beit-Nir and by Israeli culture.

Ziva Goren was born in Israel and studied art, crafts & interior design at the Bezalel School of Arts in Jerusalem. She was one of the founders of a small workshop that grew into the Beit-Nir Jewelry factory. Sarah Salomon was born in Israel and studied art, sculpture, painting and jewelry design in Memad, one of the finest institutes in Israel.

For more than 40 years, Beit-Nir Jewelry has crafted a unique line of hand-made jewelry combining silver with gold and semi-precious stones in their studio in Kibbutz Beit-Nir in the hills of the Negev Desert.

About Haystack Gallery
A Fine Art Gallery established in 1977, Haystack Gallery displays the artwork of over 75 Northwest, national and internationally recognized artists, covering a wide range of styles including original oils, pastels, acrylics and watercolors, bronze and steel sculptures, hand-made jewelry, limited and open edition giclées and lithographs. We feature artists such as: Steve Hanks, Pino, John Ebner, Frogman, Rie Munoz, Sean Conrad, Mike Smith, Sally O’Neill & Michael Tieman.

Check out our web site for more information: Haystack Gallery

New Art Brochure Now Available

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The Art brochure printed every year by the Cannon Beach Gallery Group is now available. The brochure has information on each of the thirteen gallery group members, a map of all art galleries in Cannon Beach, and information on the  yearly art events; Spring Unveiling Weekend, Plein Air & More and the Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

The new Art brochure is available at all member art galleries, the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce and select establishments in town.

 

A Successful 2011 Stormy Weather Arts Festival

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As advertised, we had a little rain, a little wind and a little sun for the SWAF weekend. But Saturday night was clear and crisp and all of the receptions were well attended.

The people who attended enjoyed seeing and talking to the fifty plus artists who spent the weekend at the galleries, seemingly in their element as they were talking about and demoing their art. Here are just a few of our successes.

“New artist to Modern Villa Gallery, Thomas Hughes graced and wowed the crowd with his debuted mechanical wall sculptures. Clients kept Thomas busy working the mechanical features and talking about the process of start of finish. Using a mix of recycled woods, including his own pear tree, each feature is hand carved, with only a few nuts and bolts purchased to make it all come together!”

During the 2011 SWAF weekend Jeffrey Hull released his newest Giclèe Print, “Short Sands Bridge. “Occasionally in the process of painting everything comes together beautifully and simply works. Short Sands Bridge is one of those watercolors that bloomed right before my eyes.”


 


 

 

“Rip Caswell sculpting in Primary Elements Gallery, the first three in this edition were pre-sold .”

 

 

 

 

The Cannon Beach Gallery Group is gearing up for the upcoming Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

The Cannon Beach Gallery Group is gearing up for the upcoming Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

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Activities abound with artists] demonstrations, new work being exhibited and numerous artists making personal appearances.  Below is a short schedule of what’s happening in the galleries.

Beginning Friday at 1pm and all day Saturday at Jewelry by Sharon Amber they will be presenting new jewelry designs, new paintings and graphites by Sharon Amber and Michael Lorenzini.    An artists’ reception will be held Saturday night from 6-8pm.

At Northwest by Northwest Gallery on Friday Lillian Pitt will do a demo at 1 pm, Cathleen Rehfeld will demo at 3 pm and Georgia Gerber will demo at 4 pm.  On Saturday Eric Jacobsen will demo at 1 pm, Christopher Burkett will make a presentation at 2 pm and Ann Fleming will do a presentation at 3 pm.  An artists’ reception with live music begins at 6pm.  This is a fund raiser for the food bank, so a $5 donation will be taken at the door.

Haystack Gallery will feature John Ebner doing a painting performance from 4:00-8:00 p.m. on Friday, with an artist’s reception starting at 5pm. New work by Mike Smith and Sean Conrad will also be on display.  Saturday brings Michael David Sorensen into the gallery doing painting demonstrations and also pastel artist Janis Ellison will be demonstrating her techniques.  Artists’ reception begins at 5 pm.  Sunday morning artist Michael Tieman will be demonstrating and giving a talk based the inspiration he received from his recent travels to Italy. Light refreshments will be served.

Friday at the Primary Elements Gallery from 5–7 pm artists Gary Fenske with his featured paintings that glow in the dark and artist Margriet Seinen who creates paintings on silk will be attending the evening reception.  Saturday from 11 am -2 pm Josh Henrie, Rip Caswell and Alison Brown will be in the gallery doing demonstrations. Also demonstrating will be Marianne Post at 1 pm and Jaio Ying from 3-4 pm.  An evening reception will be held from 5–8 pm.

At the Whitebird Gallery Rebecca DeVere is having a weekend long jewelry trunk show. Her fun and whimsical designs often employ large findings in eclectic combinations of semi-precious, costume and vintage beads.  Her playful approach to jewelry designing encourages feeling fabulous, elegant and playful in any situation! Also on Saturday between 2 and 4 pm , Christopher Mathie will be doing a demonstration.  An artists’ reception will be held from 5-7pm.

George Vetter will host a champagne artist’s reception at his gallery, George Vetter FotoArt on Friday evening at 6 pm. On Saturday at 2 pm there will be two drawings for signed prints and a reception from 6–8 pm.  Rounding out the weekend, on Sunday morning from 11am – 1 pm George will have croissants and orange juice and end his Stormy Weather Weekend with a 2 pm drawing for one of his signed prints.

Bronze Coast Gallery will host artists Carol Gold, Joshua Tobey, Jim Eppler, Robert Rogers, Matthew Palmer, and Ben Hammond at an opening reception Friday night from 5–8 pm.  On Saturday from 10-5 you are welcome to visit with artists Joshua Tobey, Matthew Palmer and Ben Hammond.  A reception will be held from 6-8 pm.  Sunday morning coffee with the artists will be held from 11am-1pm.

Saturday from11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the DragonFire Gallery, artists Michael Orwick, Chuck Gumpert, and Theresa Andreas-O’Leary  will all be doing demonstrations. An artists’ reception will be held from 4-7 pm.  On Sunday morning a light brunch reception with live music will be held from 11am-1pm..

At the Jeffrey Hull Gallery, you can meet and visit with artist Jeffrey Hull from 11am-6pm on Saturday.  A reception will be held from 6-8pm.  Jeff, who paints both watercolors and oils will have several new paintings for the weekend and will also be featuring his newest gliceé prints “Tillamook Rock Lighthouse” and “Short Sands Bridge”.

Modern Villa Gallery will have artists Thomas Hughes, Sarah Goodnough, and David Jonathan Marshall in house for you to meet and visit with on Saturday from 11am- 6pm.  Thomas Hughes, a former Arch Cape resident is a new artist featured at Modern Villa.  After making furniture for many, he now creates kinetic sculptures encompassing many of his interests: folk art, engineering, circuses, birds, kinetic movement, roadside attractions, and woodcarving to name a few. He started out with simple mechanisms but each new piece has become more complex.  An artists’ reception will be held from 6:30-8pm on Saturday.  The artists will also be at the gallery on Sunday from 11am-2pm.

Heritage Gallery will have artists James Christensen and William Phillips in the gallery on Saturday from 11am-8pm.  Come meet and visit with these renowned artists.  An artists’ reception will be held from 6-8pm with light refreshments.

The Cannon Beach Arts Association Gallery is having a Stormy Weather Arts Raffle: the Ocean Avenue Print Portfolio which consists of 16 original etchings by well know North Coast Artists.  Tickets are $2 each or three for $5 with the drawing at 8pm Saturday, Nov 5th. In addition, we will be hosting our 25th Annual Miniatures Show which will feature beaded mosaics by artist Zemula Fleming with the reception happening on November 5 from 6-8pm. Artist appearances, trunk shows and demonstrations will take place all day Saturday, from 9 am-5pm

Icefire will kick off their activities with a reception on Friday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm with Pamela Juett who will be demonstrating her bead making techniques followed by a jewelry trunk show.  Saturday from 1 – 3 pm Mark Gordon will demonstrate the making of his glass fish.  From 6 to 8 pm a reception for Jim Kingwell, Suzanne Kindland, Mark Gordon and Pamela Juett will be held downtown next to the Cannon Beach Treasure Company at 255 N Hemlock.  During their 9 – 11 am Sunday breakfast reception, Suzanne Kindland will demonstrate the making of her Brocade vases and then from 11 – 1 Jim Kingwell will demonstrate the making of his Northern Lights series.

Musicians will be performing Saturday at various times in many of the galleries.  So no matter the weather, take advantage of all the artists you can meet and visit the galleries.  Who cares if it rains and the wind blows, it is after all the Stormy Weather Arts Festival.

An Exciting Autumn of New Work at Haystack Gallery

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CANNON BEACH , OREGON –This autumn has been an exciting and busy time at Haystack Gallery. October has seen many new pieces of artwork being sent to us from our artists plus we have added a new artist to our family. After you read the highlights below, click on the live links and they will take you to the pages on our web site that will have more information.

 

 

 

New Artist Michael Schlicting – Inspired by American landscape painter Winslow Homer, post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin and still life painter Henri Matisse, Schlicting creates landscapes using a combination of abstract and realistic interpretations. He describes his style as creative realism.

Working in watercolor, acrylics and mixed media, Schlicting chooses a medium of a project based on how the subject speakes to him. “The act of discovering the physical process is an inward journey, a dialog with your conscious and subconscious.” More of Michael’s work.

Mike Smith – Two new original watercolors in his single horse theme:More work

Pino –
Last year Pino died at the age of 70, so many of his pieces are hard to find. We have been lucky in that we have acquired five works of his, two of which are sold out editions. Here is the link to our new acquisitions. More.

Tim “Frogman” Cotterill – Tim has released many new frogs cast in bronze this year, this is his newest piece that we have in the gallery. See more new frogs.

John Ebner – John has been busy this year and has given us many new original watercolors. He will be at the gallery for the Stormy Weather Arts Festival Nov. 4-6. John will be painting at the gallery on Friday, Nov 4 from 4-7pm. Stop in and say hi. John’s new originals.

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