Welcome to the imagination of Sharon Amber! Sharon creates highly original and elegantly crafted fine jewelry at her studio overlooking the ocean and Haystack Rock. Her work is sought by discerning buyers from around the world. From exotic pearls and brilliantly colored gemstones to the dense black basalt pebbles she carves, Sharon creates breathtakingly beautiful jewelry. ” I consider it a privilege to be spending my time on something I’m passionate about. I love my work and I really enjoy the people I’m creating for. It’s an honor and a responsibility to make something so treasured..” After seeing Viking jewelry over 2000 years old, Sharon says, “I put my best into each piece since I know it’s going to be around for awhile. I want it to stand the test of time, both structurally and design wise.” Sharon sells her work exclusively at her gallery in Cannon Beach, Oregon where she lives and works.
Oregon Pinot 24×36
oil on Canvas Hazel Schlesinger
Savor Cannon Beach Artist’s Reception with Hazel Schlesinger Friday March 11th. 4:30.
Oil Painter Hazel Schlesinger grew up in Cannon Beach. Hazel paints the vineyards of the NW & the world. She paints her passions which are wine, travel & Cannon Beach. Her vineyard series is widely collected.
She is a member of the prestigious Oil Painters of America. Her work has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine. Her paintings can be seen in TV series like “Leverage” which was filmed in Portland and in numerous TV commercials & movies around the world.
She is also a member of the Plein Air Society of Hawaii & Oregon. A lifelong love painting Haystack Rock en Plein Air (on location and in natural light) can be seen in this exhibition.
Meet Patrick McELLIGOTT wine educator and frequent Savor Wine Juror. Patrick will share award winning Sineann WInes as part of the Savor Cannon Beach event.
Northwest By Northwest Gallery
232 N Spruce
Cannon Beach, Oregon
across from the City Park & Info Center
I started surfing in 1966 so it’s fair to say I’ve been in love with waves for literally 50 years. The photographs I used to paint this oil were taken on a beautiful January day with a large swell running. As I rounded the corner and caught sight of the ocean my jaw dropped and I immediately pulled over to just drink it all in. I utilized a telephoto lens to pull my subject in from a distance and later worked in the studio trying to capture the power of the breaker, and beauty of the spindrift created by the offshore wind.
Original Framed Oil 16” x 28” $3,800 – Image 12” x 24” All Rights Reserved