Monthly Archives: December 2013

Christopher Burkett January 1 Price Increase

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Cottonwood & Light “Cottonwood & Light” copyright Christopher Burkett
Christopher Burkett by Sandy Smith (Burkett photo by Sandy Smith)

Oregon’s Native Son studied photography with Ansel Adams some thirty four years ago. Burkett photographs are still shown in Museum exhibitions with Adams work.
Of film & photographic paper Adams said “The negative is the score, the print is the performance”.

The subject matter is light itself. Working 14 hours a day in the darkroom , ten months a year the artist takes time off in the Fall & the Spring to pursue color and atmospheric light .

View OPB TV Oregon Art Beat on the idea to get a glimpse of the artist’s life which begins each day at 3:30 am.

Ilford has stopped making the photographic paper that Burkett has used for over thirty years.

Notice of price increase on January 1, 2014.

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New Sculptures by David Crawford at Bronze Coast Gallery

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Cobbled Ox

Oregon artist and sculptor David Crawford has two new sculptures at Bronze Coast Gallery in Cannon Beach.


‘Mending’, a female form, conveys themes of choosing a path and how imperfections and flaws become integral parts of the self one makes on the journey to adulthood. “Flaws can become character, and scars can become spice,” Crawford said. “Some of the most impactful people have had many obstacles in their way to becoming the person we revere. “An ode to animals and their history of working with humans, ‘Cobbled Ox’ depicts a beast of burden in a strained pose. “ I have attempted to deal with the tensions inherent in our utilization of a fellow being,” said Crawford. Both sculptures are limited editions of nine.

Crawford lives and maintains a studio and foundry in Halfway, Oregon where each of his distinctive sculptures are made by hand. Crawford says he owes his very rural upbringing and surroundings as the main influences on the images he creates.

Getting Away Together Sizzle Reel

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