Classic , contemporary, timeless. Georgia Gerber’s public sculpture may be found throughout the country. Northwest By Northwest Gallery features the largest selection of the sculptor’s work . Cannon Beach is “One of America’s 100 best Art Towns”.  The artist has tow works on permanent display in Cannon Beach ; Tufted Puffins in front of City Hall & Seal Twist by the Cannon Beach distillery . Northwest By Northwest Gallery 232 N Spruce (across from the City Park & Info Center) Cannon Beach, OregonRead More →

First To See Friends We are putting “Minus Tide” into print so as of right now it’s on “Hold” while we work through the printing process. Generally we don’t send you information on prints, but because it is indeed a new original I thought, what the heck I haven’t posted anything in awhile and they probably think I’m slacking off. Jeff   888-436-2606    503-436-2600 Early one morning Carol and I hopped on our bikes knowing the tide was perfect for a long beach ride. We slowed as we rode past Haystack Rock and stopped in front of The Needles. The first rays of light were hittingRead More →

  Crab Floats & Geraniums I set up this “stuff” on the deck outside my gallery to be able to paint and visit with people coming and going during the 2015 “Plein Air & More” event in Cannon Beach. The geraniums were from our front porch at home and the floats from my collection of beach finds over the decades. It was a beautiful weekend and I was thrilled to complete this oil and talk to people at the same time which can be a challenge. Original Framed Oil 18 ½” x 22 ½” – $1,500 – Image 12” x 16” All Rights ReservedRead More →

Crab Floats on a Limb Most people who love the ocean have a little beach comber in them so finding treasures at the edge of the sea is just a part of life. Floats like these are used by Crabbers to locate the “pot” that sits on the bottom of the ocean and is attached to the surface by a long line of nylon rope. They simply pull the crab pot to the surface and sort out the “keepers”, re bait the pot and overboard it goes. When I find a float laying on the beach my criteria for adding it to my collection (IRead More →

Douglas Granum Bronze Sculptor & Public Artist is unveiling & installing “The Big Catch” based on a 1909 Asahel Curtis photograph of a Cannery worker, for the Gig Harbor Museum July 8th. The gallery features the sculptors work including a “Big Catch Bronze Sculptor” an edition of 7. 22H x 10W x 6.5 D. A Cannery worker with a King Salmon. Douglas Granum says “The Big Catch Sculpture will be presented to the Museum in Gig Harbor as a symbol honoring the legacy, past and present, of all Salmon Fisherman.” Northwest By Northwest Gallery, 232 N Spruce, Cannon Beach – Established 1987Read More →

Current Exhibition – continuing through June 22nd Deborah DeWit: “The Hours of the Day” new paintings Robin & John Gumaelius: ceramic / metal sculpture Faryn Davis: resin paintings images: Robin & John Gumaelius, “Like A Moving Tree” ceramic, metal, wood Faryn Davis, “Migration” acrylic, ink, grass & resin on wood Deborah DeWit, “Dawn” oil on wood view current exhibit online Deborah DeWit: Robin & John Gumaelius: Faryn Davis: Upcoming Exhibition Plein Air & More Weekend an outdoor art event featuring artists working on location throughout Cannon Beach June 26, 27, 28 participating gallery artists: Dave & Boni Deal, Scott Johnson, Pamela Wachtler-Fermanis Gretha Lindwood, Leigh Anne Boy,Read More →

“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.Read More →