If you have a yearning to experience the beautiful Oregon Coast in the summertime, try to get to Seaside on the first weekend of the month. The art galleries of Seaside, all within walking distance, offer a great art walk on the first Saturday of each month. The galleries are located in the historic Gilbert District and there are several wonderful restaurants and cafes for your enjoyment. If you can't make it to the show, but are interested in one of these paintings, see "Fairweather Gallery 2019" on the portfolio page. Prices are included, as well as the phone number to contact Denise Fairweather. She is a delight, and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
I hope you'll stop in at Fairweather House and Gallery at 612 Broadway and take in the group show "Outside Interests," featuring yours truly, along with several artists, we always have live music, refreshments and artist talks. It all kicks off Saturday August 3 at 5pm. Let's go to the beach!
We are super excited to announce that in addition to our fine art giclee prints, we are now offering a special series of original paintings for sale, direct from the studio! These are 8x8 beautiful fresh treasures, unframed, ready for you to frame to your taste. Painted on 3/8" thick (1cm) gessoed plywood, these are special gems will bring beauty and joy that only original art can offer.
I very much appreciate my wonderful galleries, and would not have made it this far without their support and encouragement. So if you are interested in a full size painting which is part of a gallery show, let me know and I'll put you in touch with the correct person. You will love working with them--they are truly wonderful.
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Gardens are starting to really bloom here in the Pacific Northwest. This series of small paintings are starting off with the early bloomers: Cosmos and German Chamomile. I go out to my garden in the morning and pick a small bouquet, choose from a large collection of bottles, jars and vases. I pick out a patterned piece of fabric, turn on the music and just get painting. Before I know it, it's time for lunch and then I get right back to painting. After finishing touches, it gets signed and snapped, posted to the shop and then waits for it's new home. Could it be you? I hope so!