Two pieces from Mark Gordon’s Strata series. Just delicious!
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” $5,000 – Image 41 ½” x 29”
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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. It’s a digital mockup of how it would look – the client sent us a photo and a measurement, and viola! Well, a little more to it than that, but you get the idea. In happy news, the sculpture found a permanent home on that wall in the end.
Maybe you have an open wall, and several pieces that appeal to you, and seeing them in place might really help to make a choice. We can help with that too. Send a photo of the wall, one or two measurements for scale reference, and which pieces are making your short list of front runners. It’ll look something like this:
When you were on vacation in Cannon Beach, maybe we talked about this, and you took our card and went out the door with every intention to take us up on the offer when you got home. And then, vacation was over, and life settled in, and all those good intentions went to the back burner. We’ve been there. We take vacation too, and vow to do all sorts of things when we get home that we struggle to materialize in the whirlwind of life. And now, life isn’t exactly quiet, but let’s call it what it is – we all have a bit more time on our hands to work in front of the computer as of late. We’d love to help you, and at the very least, give you something beautiful to consider…and check that thing off your list of stuff you’ll get around to someday. Please email us with any questions, or photos and measurements if you’re ready to get started. Let’s hang some virtual art!
Melisa, Lynette, Steven & Joe
CANNON BEACH ARTS ASSOCIATION
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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.