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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 .”





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