Bronze Coast Gallery in Cannon Beach welcomes artist Randy Mulder and his collection of sculptures called ‘Time Machines’. Time Machines are working clocks made from an assemblage of new, recycled, and found items that merge the past and present. Adorned with objects, words, and pictures, each Time Machine is unique; Mulder also does custom pieces using personal photographs and other memorabilia.
A self-taught artist, Mulder describes himself at an artistic “dabbler”, having pursued a career as a stand-up comedian, and specializing for many years doing people and pet portraiture as well as writing poetry. He has been making his found-item sculpture for five years and has shown at the Loveland Museum & Gallery and at Sculpture in the Park in Loveland, CO for the past three years. Mulder lives in Wellington, CO with his wife, Marvine and their two Boston terriers. Bronze Coast Gallery at The Landing in Cannon Beach, 224 N. Hemlock Street ,503-436-1055, www.bronzecoastgallery.com
The Cannon Beach Gallery will be showcasing the work of the many volunteers who donate their time and talents to operate the programs of the Cannon Beach Arts Association in its’ annual Volunteer Show from December 6-31, 2012. The Artist Reception will be held on Saturday, December 8 from 6-8pm and will feature libations, appetizers and lively conversation.
The Cannon Beach Arts Association is a volunteer run, non-profit director with several programs that directly impact the quality of cultural life on the northern Oregon Coast, including an Annual Summer Art Camp that is held at the Cannon Beach Elementary School in late July, an Individual Artist Grant, Scholarships to High school seniors pursuing the arts and the Cannon Beach Gallery.
The Cannon Beach Gallery is manned primarily by a Docent Staff, and many of these individuals are artists who work in a variety of media. The Volunteer Show will showcase the photography of Manzanita resident, Linda Cook; paintings by Cannon Beach resident, Clement Lee and the fabric assemblages of another Cannon Beach resident, Bonny Gorsuch.
In addition, there will be new work by Gallery Committee members Liza Jones, Janet Bland, Barbara Temple Ayres and Sally Lackaff. Those members of the Board of Directors who are also artists will also have work on hand, including CBAA Board President, photographer Don Frank and Vice President Mary Bess Gloria.
So, all in all, it should be a colorful and diverse show which celebrates the multi-faceted talents of the many individuals who make the programs of the CBAA thrive.
The Canon Beach Gallery is open from 10am-4pm, Thursday-Monday in mid-town Cannon Beach in the Emma White Building (1064 S. Hemlock St.). If you are interested in getting involved in the programs of the Cannon Beach Arts Association, email the Executive Director, Andrea Mace at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Each November Cannon Beach’s art community gathers to collectively celebrate diverse talents during this popular festival of the arts.
Galleries, shops, hotels and restaurants host a variety of writers, singers, composers, painters, sculptors and more. The unique coastal beauty of this region has inspired creativity for many decades, making Cannon Beach one of The Best Art Towns in America.
Transform your coastal experience into a festival of creativity filled with music, theater, poetry and art.
Thanksgiving weekend, Saturday, November 24th from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Northwest By Northwest Gallery. He will be giving an informal talk & presentation of new fine art color landscape photographs. Burkett is an Oregon Art Beat feature artist.
Northwest by Northwest Gallery is located at 232 N. Spruce Street Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110. 503 436 0741