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New work by Jeffrey Hull

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“In Bloom – Siletz Bay”

This group of rocks, known as “The Sisters” is located in Siletz Bay on the Central Oregon Coast. They are a frequent subject of mine as a painter and I never drive Highway 101 without stopping to see what they have to offer on any given day. I painted this watercolor during the summer bloom cycle of Montbretia which are one of my favorite flowers to paint. Discovering vibrant wild blossoms and fog veiled sea stacks makes my job a little easier.

Original Framed Watercolor 35 ½” x 57 ½” $5,000 – Image 25 ½” x 47 All Rights Reserved


“In Bloom”

“Raven’s Haven”

Ravens are super smart and dear to my heart. When our paths cross I’ll greet them in hopes they’ll recognize I’m no threat and allow me time to take a couple of pictures. Usually they fly away immediately as I raise my camera, but with persistence I now have several images to paint from. In this watercolor the raven’s position was the final part of a tricky composition.

Original Framed Watercolor 43 ½” x 57 ½” $5,500 – Image 33” x 46” All Rights Reserved


“Raven’s Haven”

Northwest By Northwest Gallery presents new work by Sculptor, Georgia Gerber

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“Otter Curl” 13″H x 15″W x 9″D Edition 15


“Sheepish Rabbit” 13″H x 13″W x 8″D Edition 15

Classic , contemporary, timeless.

Georgia Gerber’s public sculpture may be found throughout the country. Northwest By Northwest Gallery features the largest selection of the sculptor’s work . Cannon Beach is “One of America’s 100 best Art Towns”.  The artist has tow works on permanent display in Cannon Beach ; Tufted Puffins in front of City Hall & Seal Twist by the Cannon Beach distillery .

Northwest By Northwest Gallery

232 N Spruce (across from the City Park & Info Center)

Cannon Beach, Oregon

Minus Tide, New Release by Jeffrey Hull

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First To See Friends

We are putting “Minus Tide” into print so as of right now it’s on “Hold” while we work through the printing process. Generally we don’t send you information on prints, but because it is indeed a new original I thought, what the heck I haven’t posted anything in awhile and they probably think I’m slacking off. Jeff   888-436-2606    503-436-2600

Early one morning Carol and I hopped on our bikes knowing the tide was perfect for a long beach ride. We slowed as we rode past Haystack Rock and stopped in front of The Needles. The first rays of light were hitting the rocks and intensifying their color by the second. I quickly snapped a single photo with my iPhone and rode on. I found myself, later in the day thinking about that moment, and still seeing it in my mind’s eye, started working on this painting. With the advantage of several other photos I’d taken over the years from the same location I was able to augment my composition, but the primary story is first light hitting these basalt sea stacks on a beautiful morning. I designed the sand shapes so reflections in the tide pools added interest and drama to the foreground.

A minus tide is defined simply as lower than average, but the most extreme low tides take place on a full moon and always near sunrise and sunset when the sun and moon are opposite each other, pulling the ocean toward them. It’s a great time for exploring tide pools and a long walk or ride on hard sand.

Original Framed Watercolor 51 ½” x 39 ½” – Image 41 ½” x 29”
Currently- $NFS as part of the “Artists’s Collection”

Jeff White will be painting in Cannon Beach this weekend, Presented by Northwest by Northwest Gallery

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“On the Clackamas” by Jeff White

Jeff White will be in Cannon Beach this weekend painting .

Saturday & Sunday capturing the unique light of the Oregon Coast . He is an Oregon Art Beat feature artist.






“Award of Excellence” at Plein Air & More – Jeffrey Hull

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Crab Floats & Geraniums

I set up this “stuff” on the deck outside my gallery to be able to paint and visit with people coming and going during the 2015 “Plein Air & More” event in Cannon Beach. The geraniums were from our front porch at home and the floats from my collection of beach finds over the decades. It was a beautiful weekend and I was thrilled to complete this oil and talk to people at the same time which can be a challenge.

Original Framed Oil 18 ½” x 22 ½” – $1,500 – Image 12” x 16” All Rights Reserved

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