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photoNorthwest By Northwest Gallery
232 N Spruce
, (downtown, across from city park and info centre)

Cannon Beach, OR
Tel: 503-436-0741

Hours: daily 11am-6pm and by appt

Established in 1987, the gallery represents original works by regional masters. A vision and philosophy of the real cultural value of original art and an appreciation of technique and craft define the gallery. Established artists whose works are recognized for their excellence & contribution to the Arts. Artists whose work celebrates the beauty & spirit of the NW. "Experience Regional Pride"... The Oregonian 1987 located in downtown Cannon Beach across from City Park & Info Center. Featured in Frommers &

June We are celebrating our 30th year! Look for our Landmark Sculpture Garden featuring contemporary sculptor Ivan McLean. Also in June: Angela Woods, contemporary oil paintings evoking a feeling or memory through simple compositions. Hazel Schlesinger, abstract and plein air oil paintings that speak of passion and love of place (she grew up in Cannon Beach). Jeff White, ethereal oil paintings of the clouds and cliffs of the Columbia Gorge. Jun 23-25 Plein Air & More Arts Festival. July Georgia Gerber, featuring a collector's selection of the renowned bronze sculptor and public artist's work. Gerber is know for her expressionistic and distinctive sculptures such as "Rachel" in The Pike Place Pig in Seattle. July 9-10 Meet memoirist painter and writer Cristina Acosta and artist Tolley Marney, who creates elegant equine sculpture with horseshoes as a working farrier. Christopher Burkett, photographs crafted by hand one at a time, in the manner of his mentor Ansel Adams. August Patrick Horsley and Natalie Warrens, fine American craftsmanship by the NW ceramic icons. Ann Fleming, figurative bronze sculptures that speak of the stories of our lives. Ruth Brockmann, glass masks and pate de Verre bowls by one of the founders of the NW Glass Movement.

REPRESENTING: Christopher Burkett, Georgia Gerber, Angela Woods, Jeff White Ivan McLean , Ruth Brockmann, Ann Fleming, Tolley Marney, Cristina Acosta, Wayne Chabre, Steve Jensen, , Hazel Schlesinger, Phillip Charette, Nelson Davis, Patrick Horsley, Natalie Warrens, , , Don Stastny, Chessney Sevier, Floy Zittin, Marvin Oliver, James Nowak, ,




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