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New Work at Primary Elements Gallery

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“Jazzed Up Coffee Table” by Tom McCallum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Painting by Jeffrey Hull

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Leaning Into Sunset

Most creative people, especially writers and painters, know the frustration of staring at a blank page or canvas before the work begins to flow. For me, inspiration usually happens when I’m out looking for it but I’ve learned some other ways to find the excitement for a new painting. I have a small note in my studio that simply reminds me that “sketching brings inspiration”. Before starting this watercolor I picked up my sketch book and this composition was already completed waiting to be discovered again. I simply combined the composition with the sunsets I’d seen over the last few days and voila, I was off to the races on my blank piece of watercolor paper.

Original Framed Watercolor 23 ½” x 31 ½” $1,950 – Image 14” x 21 ½” All Rights Reserved

New Painting by Jeffrey Hull

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Nurse Log at Sunset
Over time these driftlogs become nurseries for opportunistic trees, scotch broom and salal. They make wonderful subject matter for an artist and are so uniquely “Pacific Northwest”. Occasionally they float away on exceptionally high tides associated with heavy rain and storms but they generally reside for decades in the same location.

Original Framed Watercolor 21 ½” x 25 ½” $1,500 – Image 12” x 16” All Rights Reserved

New Work by Carlos Acevedo presented by Northwest by Northwest Gallery

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Carlos Acevedo “River Stix”

Wired Stallion Bronze Horse

Carlos Acevedo “Wired Stallion”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rustic Bronze Heart on Base

Carlos Acevedo “Rust”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo credit:  Amahra Leaman

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New Jeffrey Hull Paintings

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Jeffrey Hull “Rattle and Roar”

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Jeffrey Hull “Gray Seas and Sea Pink”

Northwest by Northwest Gallery Press Release

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Friday Night Hazel Schlesinger will take part again this year in Art in Action benefit for the Chamber

Stormy Weather Arts Festival. Our 28th 
Friday November 6 

3 to 5 Live Music Bobcat Bob & Paul Dueber

5 to 7 Noted Bronze Sculptor & Public Artist Georgia Gerber.

New sculpture & foundry process presentation. Reception with the Artist.

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Saturday November 7. Saturday Evening Reception with the artists. Live Music Bobcat Bob & Paul Dueber. Sineann Winery with wine educator Patrick McELLIGOTT.

11:00 Carlos Acevedo. Contemporary Bronze Sculptor . Horses & Hearts.

12:00 Master Fine Art Photography Christopher Burkett. World Renowned Oregon Artist.

1:00 Oil Painter Jeff White . Award winning painter .

Romantic Landscapes & Pointillist Paintings.

2:00 Hazel Schlesinger Plein Air Oil Paintings &

Abstract Painting. Cannon Beach Native.

3:00 Ivan McLean. Contemporary Sculptor & Public Artist. Steel & Bronze.

4:00. Georgia Gerber . Latest Public Projects &

Sculpture. Clay to Bronze.

5 to 8 Live Music with Bobcat Bob & Paul Dueber

Sineann Winery with Patrick McELLIGOTT

November 6, 7 & 8. 2015 Cannon Beach Oregon

Subject: 28th   Stormy Weather Arts Festival Press Northwest By Northwest Gallery

Featured Festival Masters

Public sculptor Georgia Gerber & Fine Art Photographer Christopher Burkett.

Georgia Gerber expressionistic & distinctive bronze sculpture defines many of our favorite gathering places.

Rachel, The Pig Place Market Pig , 26 sculptures depicting Oregon Wildlife in downtown Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square & in Cannon Beach, Tufted Puffins created for Cannon Beach.The artist has her own foundry creating some of the finest bronze sculpture of very small editions . The artist will share a presentation of foundry process on Friday evening from 5 to 7.

Christopher Burkett , Oregon Artist & renowned Master of Fine Art Photography. Two new major museum collections added to the list; Houston Fine Arts & Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City. “Burkett has done for Color what Adams & Weston did for Black & White”.

Traditional Darkroom. Luminous Landscapes & Abstractions in Nature. New Portfolio on line for Thanksgiving Weekend on our exciting new web site. NWBYNWGALLERY.com OPB TV featured artist.

Jeff White oil on canvas . Jeff paints the splendor of the NW on large colorful canvases of clouds and robust romantic color. The ethereal & atmospheric light of our region. OPB TV Feature artist.Winer Publication in Southwest Art of Plein Air Paint out held last weekend in June.

Hazel Schlesinger, local artist whose paintings travel the world in movies, TV series and television commercials. She paints Plein Air Paintings out in the world and in Cannon Beach. In the studio abstractions of the our natural world are created. Hazel has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine.

Carlos Acevedo new Contemporary Bronze Sculptor. One of A Kind and Limited Edition Bronze sculpture of Horses & Hearts. Acevedo has worked with the premiere foundries in the Northwest honing his foundry skills. His patina knowledge allows the artist to express his passion and vision for the medium defining his own voice in the medium.

Ivan McLean,  Contemporary Public Sculptor working in steel, bronze, glass & wood. Numerous public sculpture can be seen through out the Pearl District & The Nines Hotel. Publications include Luxe Magazine. Latest Public sculpture projects include Newport Beach California & Santa Monica.

Northwest By Northwest Gallery

232 N Spruce

Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110

503 436 0741

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Modern Villa Gallery – Fall Newsletter Preview

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Stormy Weather Arts Festival, Nov 6, 7 & 8. 2015. Northwest by Northwest Gallery

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Public sculptor Georgia Gerber & Fine Art Photographer Christopher Burkett.

Georgia Gerber expressionistic & distinctive bronze sculpture defines many of our favorite gathering places. Rachel, The Pig Place Market Pig , 26 sculptures depicting Oregon Wildlife in downtown Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square & in Cannon Beach, Tufted Puffins created for Cannon Beach.The artist has her own foundry creating some of the finest bronze sculpture of very small editions . The artist will share a presentation of foundry process on Friday evening from 5 to 7.

Christopher Burkett , Oregon Artist & renowned Master of Fine Art Photography. Two new major museum collections added to the list; Houston Fine Arts & Nelson Atkins Museum in Kansas City. “Burkett has done for Color what Adams & Weston did for Black & White”. Traditional Darkroom. Luminous Landscapes & Abstractions in Nature. New Portfolio on line for Thanksgiving Weekend on our exciting new web site. NWBYNWGALLERY.com OPB TV featured artist.

Jeff White oil on canvas . Jeff paints the splendor of the NW on large colorful canvases of clouds and robust romantic color. The ethereal & atmospheric light of our region. OPB TV Feature artist.Winer Publication in Southwest Art of Plein Air Paint out held last weekend in June.

Hazel Schlesinger, local artist whose paintings travel the world in movies, TV series and television commercials. She paints Plein Air Paintings out in the world and in Cannon Beach. In the studio abstractions of the our natural world are created. Hazel has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine.

Carlos Acevedo new Contemporary Bronze Sculptor. One of A Kind and Limited Edition Bronze sculpture of Horses & Hearts. Acevedo has worked with the premiere foundries in the Northwest honing his foundry skills. His patina knowledge allows the artist to express his passion and vision for the medium defining his own voice in the medium.

Ivan McLean,  Contemporary Public Sculptor working in steel, bronze, glass & wood. Numerous public sculpture can be seen through out the Pearl District & The Nines Hotel. Publications include Luxe Magazine. Latest Public sculpture projects include Newport Beach California & Santa Monica .

 

Northwest By Northwest Gallery

232 N Spruce

Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110

503 436 0741

 

New Installation by Ivan McLean presented by Northwest by Northwest Gallery

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Installation for Cherry Creek in Denver . Ivan McLean will join us for the 28th Stormy Weather Arts Festival. Saturday November 7.

New Release by Jeffrey Hull

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First Light – Silver Point

The morning sun was already illuminating the clouds offshore as I walked by Silver Point recently. The first kiss of sunlight was hitting the sea stacks and breakers as well. Overnight the receding tide had erased the evidence of the prior day’s activities. One of the reasons I love this part of the coast is you will likely have the beach to yourself if you are out walking as the sun rises, which is simply good for my soul.

Original Framed Watercolor 24 ½” x 31 ½” $1,950 – Image 14” x 21 ½” All Rights Reserved
 

Northwest By Northwest Gallery presents new work by Georgia Gerber

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Georgia Gerber working in clay before casting in bronze.  Work in progress for Fall Release. Ready for Stormy Weather Arts Festival. November 7, 8 & 9.

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Stormy Weather Arts Festival by Terry Richard | The Oregonian/OregonLive

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Terry Richard | The Oregonian/OregonLive

Mark this on your calendar: winter is on its way.

That’s a good thing, too, because with the annual change of season, Cannon Beach stages one of its best events of the year.

On the first weekend of November, Portland’s artsy coastal getaway plans a weekend full of art events, musical performances, artist demonstrations and gallery receptions, making the Stormy Weather Arts Festival one of Cannon Beach’s most popular annual events.

Book now and get the best hotel reservations, before all those visitors from Seattle and Puget Sound do it. They love Cannon Beach just about as much as people from Portland.

Three full days of art and musical events are planned for the 28th Cannon Beach Stormy Weather Arts Festival, Nov. 6-8, 2015. Popular festival events include Art in Action on Friday night and a spotlight concert featuring the Lloyd Jones Struggle on Saturday night.

Throughout the weekend, the town’s many galleries will present special events showcasing the artists they represent, with many of the artists on hand to present their latest works, conduct demonstrations or discuss their work.

At the Art in Action event on Friday evening, several professional artists will demonstrate their techniques and create works of art available for purchase during the evening banquet and silent auction. The silent auction during the evening will offer attendees the opportunity to bid on unique Cannon Beach experiences, travel packages and other items.

On Saturday, musical performances will be featured throughout town before the Saturday night spotlight concert in the intimate 200-seat Coaster Theatre that will showcase journeyman blues artist Lloyd Jones, who has forged a 30-year career, reaping numerous awards in the Northwest for his performances and recordings.

He was named to the Oregon Music Hall of Fame in 2007 and has appeared on stage with blues greats such as Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King, Charlie Musselwhite, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal and Etta James.

Cannon Beach is home to more than a dozen art galleries and has been named one of “The 100 Best Art Towns in America” by author John Villani in his book by the same title. Many of the gallery’s most successful national and regional artists, as well as prominent local artists, will be showcased during the festival.

Throughout the weekend, the public will have the opportunity to attend gallery receptions and meet guest artists, some as they demonstrate their techniques. Guest artists in the galleries will include Heather Soderberg, who has sculpted since she was a toddler, earning national and worldwide recognition for her young talent through features by Paul Harvey, People Magazine, National Geographic World and “That’s Incredible”.

Also in attendance will be oil painter Byron Pickering. Pickering is known for his depictions of ocean surf and has been recognized in Southwest Art Magazine, in addition to having his art featured during the 1986 World’s Fair and at the 1976 “Americans in Paris Bicentennial Exhibition.”

Work by Cannon Beach’s best-known resident artists will also be showcased during the festival, including paintings by Jeffrey Hull and blown glass by Jim Kingwell and Suzanne Kindland, all of who have been featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s “Art Beat” television program.

Hull has been capturing the North Oregon Coast in watercolor and oil for more than 40 years, drawing his inspiration from the ocean and landscapes of the area. He and wife Carol have owned and operated his namesake gallery in Sandpiper Square since 1987.

Kingwell and Kindland, glass artists and owners of Icefire Glassworks in midtown Cannon Beach, have been blowing art glass since 1971. Hull, Kingwell and Kindland will all be available at their galleries throughout the weekend, to discuss their work with visitors. Additionally, Icefire will have glass blowing demonstrations throughout the weekend.

Tickets to the Lloyd Jones concert are priced at $35 each and tickets for Art in Action are $45. (Prices increase to $50 after Sept. 25 and $55 after Oct. 16.) Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce.

For more information about the Stormy Weather Arts Festival, contact the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce by calling 503-436-2623 or visiting the website at cannonbeach.org.

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