Randall J Hodges has been capturing images of the Western United States and Canada as a full time professional photographer for over 19 years. Most of his work comes from time spent hiking and backpacking the wilderness areas of the west where he has hiked and photographed over 28,500 trail miles. Randall’s work has been published over 4500 times around the world in books, magazines, calendars, greeting cards, post cards, newspapers and much, much more. His work appears in publications like National Geographic, Nature Photographer Magazine, Northwest Travel Magazine, Oregon Coast Magazine, Hawaii Magazine, Photo Monthly Magazine, Outdoor Photography Magazine, Photo Professionals Magazine, Seattle Magazine, 1859 Oregon Magazine, Washington Trails Magazine, In the Pacific Northwest Magazine, Seattle Met Magazine just to name a few. Randall has won countless awards for his photography. Randall does not alter his work in any way and considers himself an “All in Camera Shooter” as he spends the time to wait for the right light and color and uses “Old School Techniques” rather than post-processing to capture his remarkable images. Only the smallest adjustments are made to insure the finished print matches the back of the camera as closely as possible.
Randall’s work has been featured in countless galleries and art shows around the West. He speaks at photography conventions and seminars. Randall teaches his “out in the field” lessons and seminars around the West where he shares his old-school techniques on digital cameras with his students. His Book Images of the West 208 page full color landscape photography book is out, featuring 20 years of his amazing and unforgettable photography of the West.
Randall owns the Randall J Hodges Photography Gallery in Downtown Edmonds Washington and the “Images of the West” Gallery in Beautiful Cannon Beach Oregon.
“Take only Pictures, Leave Only Footprints”
Imprint Gallery is the newest art gallery to join the cluster of businesses that makes Cannon Beach one of the top 100 Small Art Town in America. The gallery is set over two floors. The ground floor represents a diverse range of medias but has a strong focus on mixed media and ceramic sculpture. The second floor is dedicated to original printmaking, with a gallery and adjacent studio. In addition to gallery exhibits Imprint gallery also offers printmaking demonstrations and classes in its studio.
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.
Focusing on exhibiting emerging and established artists from the Northwest and beyond, Archimedes Gallery seeks to create a space that is responsive to the evolution and innovation of new contemporary art, while being accessible to a diverse public. Our goal is to provide this growing art movement a place on the coast for both artist and art lover.
We currently feature a rotating showroom with original contemporary, illustrated, graphic, and narrative art. We also offer a variety of affordable limited edition prints, books, and art related goods.
Please visit us on the second floor of the new 2nd & Larch building and be sure to check out our website for a schedule of future events and shows.
In its twentieth year, Bronze Coast Gallery is one of the Oregon Coast ‘s premiere fine art galleries. Specializing in limited edition bronze sculpture, the gallery was opened by Kim Barnett in 1993 after more than a decade spent operating a large art foundry in eastern Oregon . The focus of the Bronze Coast Gallery is to provide education in sculpture and the in depth process of bronze casting. The gallery also spotlights the finest in original painting, photography and giclee reproductions, and features more than forty award-winning regional, national and international artists.
Bronze Coast Gallery is located in The Landing at 224 North Hemlock Street in the heart of scenic Cannon Beach , 90 minutes west of Portland on the northwest Oregon coast. For inquiries call 800-430-1055. Open daily from 10am to 6pm and by appointment.
Leading the development of Cannon Beach’s thriving art community, this historic gallery was founded in 1971 and was one of the first art galleries to fully integrate fine art and studio craft. Today the gallery continues to represent many talented artists working in the Pacific Northwest, highlighting original and handcrafted contemporary art. Showcasing the array of innovative styles being created in the region, works in painting, sculpture, and mixed media are featured as well as glass, clay, jewelry, wood, printmaking and photography.
Representing both established and emerging artists, this boutique style gallery truly has something for everyone! Offering affordable pieces and an eclectic range of art – from expressive landscapes, plein air painting, realism and abstraction to decorative and functional pieces for the home, contemporary ceramics and an exceptional collection of art jewelry.
Seasonally changing exhibitions feature the latest creations by our many regional artists and other gallery favorites from around the country. Visit our gallery for an intimate art experience in a friendly environment. See our web site for information on current and upcoming exhibitions.
Original Fine Art. Regional Masters.
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A vision and philosophy of the real cultural value of original art.
An appreciation of the heritage of technique and fine craft.
Art that extends to the community with advocacy for Sculpture Without Walls.
Public choice winners Wayne Chabre in 2007 for “A Delicate Balance” & Steve Jensen winner 2008 for “Fisherman’s Dance”.
Public Sculptor Georgia Gerber winner 2010 for her “Tufted Puffins”. Rachel the Pike Place Pig & twenty six sculptures in Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square.
Alisa Looney winner 2009 Sculpture Without Walls “Contact”.
Fine Art Color Landscape Photography by Christopher Burkett. Burkett has defined color photography as his mentor Ansel Adams defined Black & White. Christopher Burkett featured on the PBS NewsHour in 2018.
Hazel Schlesinger . Plein Air Oil Painter. Cannon Beach artist has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine.
Master watercolor painter Kirk Lybecker has been featured on Oregon Art Beat.
Public sculptors Ivan McLean , Don Stastny & Douglas Granum.
Figurative works of bronze sculptor Ann Fleming.
Across from City Park. Info Center.
This modern, contemporary art gallery invites you to “Awaken Your Imagination” with an array of spectacular art including local and national and international artists. Specializing in imaginative, bold, colorful original paintings, Limited Edition prints and glass sculptural waves. Themes encompass a modern perspective on landscapes, seascapes, boatscapes, city scenes and architecture. Featuring David Jonathan Marshall, resident painter with his endless imagination and unique styles and themes.
This gallery offers in home appointments and it’s artists offer specialized commission artwork for clientele.
Jeffrey Hull began his painting career over 40 years ago as a resident of the beautiful coastal art community of Cannon Beach, Oregon. Though primarily self taught, he did study under three Northwest Watercolorists in the early 70’s. Known for his ability to capture the beauty and moods of the places where water joins land, Jeffrey controls the difficult medium of watercolor, often in very large paintings. After many years of painting watercolor exclusively Jeff recently returned to painting with oils as well. He is rarely found far from the ocean’s edge and his deep love for the area is clearly seen in his work.
In 1987 after many years of displaying his artwork locally, Jeff and his wife Carol opened their own gallery. His representational work is exclusively displayed in their spacious gallery located on the second level of Sandpiper Square in the heart of downtown Cannon Beach.
The craftsmanship at Icefire Glassworks begins with the building. With its hand-hewn cedar posts and steel brackets evoking Pacific Northwest Native American art, it embodies the aesthetics of the 1970s. The hinges on its doors are of material salvaged from a shipwreck, and the roof is recycled metal.
The creative spark doesn’t stop there. Born in fire, now smooth as water, glass pieces line the walls of this rustic gallery. Sensual shapes and exquisite color play with light; while visitors watch new works come into being.
Educated as a potter, self-educated as a glass artist, James Kingwell brings long experience to his classic forms. Colors range from the serenity of the “Northern Lights” pieces to the electric energy of his “Bad Hair Day” series. The “Zingers” express all the motion possible in glass.
Suzanne Kindland’s “Autumn Leaves” series evokes forests, grasslands and deserts. The “Brocades” feature complex applications of frits, powders and precious metal leaf, and the “ColorPlay” pieces use the different viscosities of the colors to form the vessels.
Also featured are gallery friends Michelle Kaptur and Mark Gordon.
Surround yourself with the finest Northwest artists in a gallery that is itself a work of art with a relaxed ambiance, vivid colors and unique vision.
Contemporary art lovers and critics call DragonFire “a feast for your senses.” It is one of the largest and most excitingly diverse galleries in Oregon, focusing on surprisingly affordable original art in media ranging from acrylics and oils to sculptures in bronze, steel or copper to mouth-blown and fused glass to stoneware to encaustics to fine jewelry and wearable art.
Distinctive individuality is the artistic common thread. Our goal is to help you find that first original piece, the cornerstone of your collection, or the perfect way to commemorate that special occasion.
Indulge yourself with an original piece. You are guaranteed an original that is highly individual in both theme and style.
“Open Wednesday – Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm. Located at 1064 S. Hemlock St. Cannon Beach. The Cannon Beach Arts Association supports, funds, and enhances the arts and artists in Cannon Beach and the region through education, events, and exhibits.
Staffed primarily by volunteers, the Gallery features regional and local artists working in fine arts and crafts in nine curated shows each year. We provide opportunities for emerging and professional artists through our Juried Show Program, Artist Grant Program, as well as internship and scholarship opportunities for youth and adults. Our retail space sells local jewelry, prints, pottery, and other work by local artists. Please contact us if you are interest in showing, volunteering, or joining!”