2018 Calendar
  Minutes go by slowly but years seem to fly

Celebrating 47 Years in Cannon Beach


MARCH 9 -10

Savor Cannon Beach Weekend

event info: http://savorcannonbeach.com/schedule

Wine & Gallery Walk Friday, March 9 6 - 8pm
Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk Sat, March 10

1 - 5pm




featured artists: Paula Blackwell encaustic paintings

Robin & John Gumaelius

new sculpture
  Lisa Lamoreaux mixed media paintings



MAY 4, 5, 6

Spring Unveiling Festival Weekend

Artists Reception: Sat. May 5th, 5:00 - 7:00pm


MAY 4 - JUNE 19

new work by: Deborah DeWit "Thresholds & Reflections" new paintngs
  Josh Rodine glass sculpture
new artists: Alexandra Boyden pastels
  Brian Blackham still life oil painting
  Andrea Johnson naturalistic oil painting




JUNE 22, 23, 24

Plein Air & More Weekend

Artists Reception: Friday, June 22, 4:00 - 6:00pm

Raku Firing on the Beach w Boni & Dave Deal: Saturday, June 23, 7:00pm

event info: http://cbgallerygroup.com/

participating artists: Dave & Boni Deal, Gretha Lindwood, Josh Henrie, Brooke Borcherding, Debra Carnes, Rachel Laura, Beverly Drew Kindley, Pamela Wachtler-Fermanis  
festival guest artist: Marianne Post  





Summer Salon

rotating selection of works by gallery artists

new work by: Jacquline Hurlbert ceramic sculpture
  Boni & Dave Deal raku-fired ceramics
  Josh Henrie stone sculpture
  Randall David Tipton new paintngs
  Gretha Lindwood new pastels
  Brooke Borcherding new paintngs




Artists Talk: Sat. September 15th, 3:00

Reception: September 15th, 4:00 - 6:00

new work by: Christopher Mathie

"Seeking Balance"

abstract & coastal paintings



NOVEMBER 2, 3, 4

Stormy Weather Arts Festival Weekend

Artists Reception: Saturday, November 3rd, 5 - 7pm

featuring: Stirling Gorsuch oil paintings & linocuts
more artists: TBA  




Winter Group Show

  Selected works by Gallery Artists  


It is Art that makes life, makes interest, makes importance, for our consideration and application of these things and I know of no substitute whatever for the force and beauty of its process.
Henry James (in a letter to H. G. Wells - July, 1915)


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