Kathy Hastings combines photography with encaustic to blur the line between words and art. Each piece from this series, Intersections and Crossings, is titled with a line from this poem she wrote when faced with the loss of her husband. Find the rest of the series at dragonfiregallery.com and also click on the link in our bio to read our blog Art Endures Covid-19, and view the video featuring Kathy.     #dragonfiregallery #cannonbeach #haystackrock #artendures #artendurescovid-19 #artsaveslives #supportart #supportthearts #kathyhastings #encaustic #photography #photoencaustic #artforsale #artblog #pnwart #pnwartist #waterlines #artgallery #supportlocalartists @ DragonFire GalleryRead More →

In The Light Most of us love a beautiful sunny day at the beach. Over time however, I’ve also developed a tremendous appreciation for the variety of moods along our fog wrapped coast. Regardless of what the day provides, there’s always great inspiration for a watercolorist. My goal in this painting was to as simply as possible, capture the mood of fog and sea stack bathed in “magic hour” light. The foreground tree trunk and limbs frame the center of interest and helps put you on the edge overlooking the mystery yet to be revealed below. Original Framed Watercolor 51 ½” x 39 ½” $5,000Read More →

Do you ever get caught in the trap of assuming that everyone else knows what you know?  We had an aha! moment about that a couple of years back, while working on the design for the website we launched last year.  Prior to that, we’d never had a “services” page.  So deep in our own work here at the gallery, providing these services, we forgot that for someone who hasn’t been through the process, they may not know what’s possible.  And there is so much possibility… Here’s an example of one of those services.  In the image above, that sculpture isn’t actually on that wall.Read More →

CANNON BEACH ARTS ASSOCIATION JOIN THE VIRTUAL GALLERY + SHOP We believe artists are the backbone of our community so CBAA is developing a virtual gallery and online store to promote work during this turbulent time. The online shop will allow artwork to be purchased through our online selling platform located through our website. Already sell online? Join our online gallery, we will post your work, artist statement, and links to your shop. For more information on how to join the shop or virtual gallery contact: info@cannonbeacharts.orgRead More →

The new Robin & John Gumaelius sculptures have arrived at the gallery and are looking fabulous! March 20 – April 26 Robin & John Gumaelius: ceramic & mixed media sculpture *Reception is cancelled* Private and virtual viewings are available. Please reach out if you would like detailed exhibition images or a virtual tour of the show.Read More →

Oregon’s Master of Fine Art Photography NW By NW GALLERY https://nwbynwgallery.com/ Featured artist for the 32nd Annual Stormy Weather Arts Festival Christopher Burkett Saturday November 2nd Informal Talk and New Work Burkett’s Photograph “Cottonwood & Light” marks a significant moment in Photographic History. “Cottonwood & Light” is synonymous with his lifes’s work and contribution- a transition of bringing Color Photography to the aesthetic regard as Black & White Photography. “Burkett has done for Color what Adams & Weston didfor “Black & White’… Historian James Enyeart. Burkett was featured as the lead story on the PBS NEWSHOUR Weekend for over 8 minutes as the “Breaking News”Read More →

Experience a limited size painting class with local painter Hazel Schlesinger. BEGINNERS AND BEYOND PLEIN AIR. Paint with award wining local artist. Students will leave with several small studies of the area around beautiful Cannon Beach, Oregon. Demonstration and individual attention. Friday, June 21st 9:00AM to 4:00PM Saturday, June 22nd 9:00AM to 3:00PM Lunch 12:00 to 1:00. Class size is limited to eight (8) students. Fee: $225 Supply List: Lightweight Portable Easel (French Easel, Pochade box) most plein air kits come with a palette 6 canvas panels 8×10, 9×12 and a panel box or flat box to transport wet canvas in your car Brushes ofRead More →

4008 S. Hemlock 503-436-2842 Click To View Sponsors Website   The Wave Crest is a historic inn nearly 100 years old. We cater to adults, well behaved teenagers, but no children and no pets. We rent eight rooms on the second floor, two with private baths, the rest share three small bathrooms in the hallway. We serve coffee, tea, pastries, and fruit from 8:00AM to 11:00AM. We have three common area rooms on the first floor, one with a fireplace, one with a piano and a large dinner room. We have many books, cards, games, internet connection (WIFI), but no T.V. We have the beautifulRead More →