Sunrises IV

Sunrise/Sunset vase. Oregon myrtle wood.

Mike Brown, master wood sculptor.


Mike Brown is a native of the Pacific Northwest. He likes to express himself building works of art with different mediums using glass and exotic hard woods.. He has won multiple Best of Show awards at the national Artistry in Wood juried shows.

He has climbed 3 of the northwest cascade-range mountains (Hood, St. Helen’s, and Adams). Being outdoors, planning new adventures, and exploring out-of-the-way places in the Northwest and beyond provides him with the inspiration for his next projects.


Assembly IV


Myrtle wood Indian band vase.

Mike Brown, master wood sculptor.

Save the date and time!!!
Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway
July 2nd, 5- 7 p.m.
Seaside First Saturday Art Walk

Opening reception for Power of Two, an exhibition that includes regional artists who have managed to produce body of work that reads like an oasis of calm, a subtle backdrop during the time of high season in vacation land. Indeed, the show title sounds like a recipe for chaos given the summer busy activities and adventures yet when teamed with the artists selected and combined with the work they have created, the gallery adds a dimension of serenity that is sensed as much as seen.

“Without giving too much away, the artists arriving are watercolorist Paul Brent, oil painter Victoria Brooks, wood turner Daniel Harris, textile artist Cherry Jones Harris, jeweler Cindy Bricca, textile artist Linda Ballard, wood worker Mike Brown, whimsical artist Marga Stanley;  each  artist has  a connection to the number two,” says Denise Fairweather, gallery owner and the Power of Two show’s curator, “because meeting an artist in person and listening to an artist talk is half the fun of attending an Art Walk!”

Seaside nature photographer Neal Maine introduces his latest natural history journal of images and will speak at 6: pm.