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Icefire Glassworks – New Work for 2015

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An Autumn Leaves vase. Suzanne has a collection of new pieces in this series that was shown during the Stormy Weather Arts Festival. Perfect for the season!

Suzanne Kindland "Autumn Leaves"

Suzanne Kindland “Autumn Leaves”


A “Zinger”, a style Jim likes to visit often. Perfect for the dining room, either placed on the table or perched on the sideboard!

Jim Kingwell  "Zinger"

Jim Kingwell “Zinger”


Archimedes Gallery – New Work for 2015

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‘Land of the Sleeping Giants’ – Mat Miller’s original ink and watercolor on bristol board. We have this double matted and framed. So much beautiful detail!

Mat Miller's "Land of Sleeping Giants"

Mat Miller’s “Land of Sleeping Giants”

Dragonfire Gallery’s WILD Fund Raising Event

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If you have animal lovers on your gift list, we have the books they will love! “Underwater Dogs” ($20), “Underwater Dogs Kids Edition” ($17), and “Underwater Puppies” ($20) by famed animal photographer, Seth Casteel are sure to please!

Plus, as part of DragonFire Gallery’s WILD fund raising through the arts program, all proceeds from the sale of these books are donated to Clatsop County Animal Shelter and Angels for Sara, a sanctuary for aged and ailing shelter dogs. What better way to help spread joy to the animal world this holiday season!

Dragonfire Gallery's photo.
Dragonfire Gallery's photo.


David Lobenberg – Primary Elements Gallery

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David Lobenberg  Primary Elements Gallery

David Lobenberg
Primary Elements Gallery

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David Lobenberg will be showing with Primary Elements Gallery. This image was publicized in a 6 page article in The Art of Watercolor magazine this Fall. He also had a 4 page article about his work in plein air published in Art in Plein Air magazine this year. The extension of the brush symbolizes an invitation for all of us to feel the artist and the beauty within and to express it freely.


Janet Nicholson – Primary Elements Gallery

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This hand blown glass horse is by Janet Nicholson titled “ Chestnut Equine Series” It stands 14 inches high 16 inches wide and 6 inches deep on a custom made steel stand.  It is proudly displayed in Primary Elements Gallery together with Janet’s Shorebirds which look like our local Sandpipers here in Cannon Beach.

Janet Nicholson "Chestnut Equine Series" Blown Glass

Janet Nicholson “Chestnut Equine Series”
Blown Glass

Janet Nicholson "Shorebirds" Blown Glass

Janet Nicholson “Shorebirds”
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