Cindy DuVall


Featuring  art by regional artists:  floral and grasses  by Susan Curington,  landscapes by Jan Shield,  pastels by Joanne Donaca, wood cut birds and blooms by Gregory Graham, mouth blown glass by Cindy DuVall, watercolor butterflies by Denise Joy McFadden, textiles by Linda Ballard  and rice paper florals by Zifen Qian.  

For more info please visit http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com … artists.

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BLOOM, an exhibition at Fairweather’s through April. “It’s like living inside a garden, the gallery is layered  with colorful accessories, beautiful artworks, and gorgeous garden books.”

So lovely.  So perfect.  So right.  

Photo layout  by Fairweather artist and Seaside Art Walk photographer, Linda Fenton-Mendenhall featuring  the April  2017 salon-style display of art.

Selected BLOOM artists in salon style gallery display, left to right:   floral oil on linen art by Michael Muldoon,  still life oil on linen by Melissa Jander,  landscape pastels by Gretha Lindwood, encaustic (painting in beeswax) by emerging artist Rebecca Gore, abstract floral pastels by Gretha Lindwood, emerging artist mermaids in sea florals by emerging artist Ashley Howarth, and “Garden Party” tulips and hyacinths  original oil by Melissa Jander.

A round of applause for BLOOM, an exhibition at Fairweather’s throughout the month of April! You  introduced an imaginative way of displaying many diverse  NW artists.  The artwork brings together design drama in extraordinary intimacy and charm that creates a feeling of a springtime garden stroll. Thank you!” — Bonnie W.

Q: What is salon style display in the context of a gallery exhibition, you ask?

A:  Hanging art salon-style can be a dramatic and brave  way to decorate a wall, placing a range of art with unusual dimensions to create an interesting effect.   Neutral walls are considered a perfect way to cleanse the palette for the eye in  salon-style display.

 

For more info about the gallery and the artists, please visit http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com …artists

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Artful Simplicity featured calligraphy by Penelope Culbertson.

“Those the live for the arts, surely, have traveled so much, and have seen the best of everything. If anything, the simplicity of the quiet season and the beauty of creating a thoughtful art collection are, truly, about living a life of great quality. No need to overstate it. Patrons support the arts. Indeed, we are grateful.”

“Your art walks have become well-attended events. You have a wonderful supportive group of friends which include all your artists. I really enjoyed talking and getting to know each and every one. Bruce and I really enjoyed our weekend! ” D. Joy Mc Fadden

The grand finale. Smiles and Art.

Viva Vino Van Gogh!!!  Great event! 🎨🍷

Pictures show and tell from the premier Vino Van Gogh(tm) event in the historic Gilbert Block on the evening of Nov. 6th.

Thank you to artist Katherine Taylor.

Thank you to Will Perkins and Avery Loschen, landlords for the historic Gilbert Building,  for the space.

Thank you to the Seaside Signal, The Daily Astorian and Coast Weekend for getting the good word out.

Thank you to the Seaside Chamber of Commerce, most importantly Brent, for finding space for the Vino Van Gogh(tm) event on the Visitor’s Bureau reader board.

Thank you to the Fairweather’s peeps, hostesses Joan and Kathy.

Most importantly, thank you to Linda Fenton-Mendenhall for the photographs.

“Thank you so much for the successful weekend with both the Vino Van Gogh and the reception on Saturday. I  really enjoyed the evening.” –Katherine Taylor.

“Once again we had a fabulous time visiting Seaside and especially visiting the Fairweather Gallery! Taking part in Katherine’s Vino Van Gogh and visiting the Art Walk made for an exciting art weekend. Your gallery is always a delight to the eye with your lovely displays and coordination of objects of beauty. Such a lovely touch you have!”Cheryl

 

“What a lovely event was the Vino Van Gogh last Friday evening. Kudos to you and all of your hard work, planning, and openness to new ideas.” —Joan 

 

Indeed, more Vino Van Gogh ™  evenings surely will follow.

“You are right – VVG (Vino Van Gogh ™ will only get better! I know the experience will just need a few adjustments  (side bar: adjustments  to factor in  for last-minute registrations-with backup supplies, chairs and tables) for next time – everything is a learning experience, isn’t it?  Next time I hope to create a seascape painting for VVG. That will be fun. Thank you again for a fabulous weekend experience at Fairweather House and Gallery.” Katherine Taylor