Nicholas Oberling


Full Moon Bowl by Emily Miller

 

 

“I have a brand new full moon bowl (first one out of the kiln!) Creating a different perspective on my passion for exploring unknown environments in art. Although most of my artwork has focused on the ocean, I find the beauty, mystery, and science of outer space as compelling as the deep-sea.”  —Emily Miller, artist

 

Q: When is the full moon in June, you ask?

A: The full moon will be on June 27 and June 28. To the casual observer, however, the moon will appear full the day before and after its peak brightness. https://www.moongiant.com/moonphases/June/2018

 

 

Concept drawings by Emily Miller.

“I love the fanciful scientific names for the lunar “seas” (which are actually flat regions of dark basalt where lava oozed to the surface, pulled by Earth’s gravity up towards the near side of the moon). The Sea of Nectar and the Sea of Clouds are two of my favorites. I also love that the Seas of Tranquility and Crises are right next to each other.”  Emily Miller

 

 

“I am captivated by the beautiful contrast between light and darkness in our natural world, and the necessity of both for life to thrive. .”  Emily Miller

 

 

Deep blue spiny sea urchin bowl

 

 

White moonlight spiny sea urchin bowl

 Hand made and artist signed porcelain bowls by Emily Miller

 

 

Sea anemone porcelain vases by Emily Miller.

Heavily textured raw porcelain exteriors are  reminiscent of sunlight patterns in a shallow lagoon.

Hand made and signed by the artist.

Watertight.

 

Read more about Emily Miller at https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.wordpress.com/tag/fairweather-house…gallery/…/1…

 

Save the date and time

Opening artist reception for the exhibition  “Ocean Folk”

July 7, 5-7:pm

Emily Miller launches her 100 Turtles project at the Fairweather Gallery

 

“Here is the post I just wrote about my 100 Turtles project.” Emily Miller

  http://ejmillerfineart.com/news/2018/06/14/100-turtles-project/

 

 

End note: Two Fairweather Gallery artists featuring a North Oregon coast night scene with a full moon over the Pacific Ocean, which is the largest ocean in the world.   At full moon, the Moon and Sun are in a straight line on opposite sides of the Earth. Their gravitational forces combine to create larger waves.

“Night Sea” by Ron Nicolaides.  Original oil on Linen.

 

For more info about the artist, please go to  https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com/Artist/Ron/Nicolaides.html

 

  “North Coast Sea” by Nicholas Oberling.  Original oil on linen.

For more info about the artist, please go to  https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.wordpress.com/…/welcoming-nicholas-oberling-art.

 

Precious moonstone, a translucent, opalescent, pearly blue gemstone cuff bracelet by Alan Stockam. Signed and numbered by the silversmith.

 

 

 

For more about the gallery, please go to www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com

 

Fall Leaves original oil by Nicholas Oberling

Featured art on display in the front window through November at Fairweather’s!

 

 

Nicholas Oberling received his training at the Art Students League of New York, NY and twenty years later, inspired by a painting trip to Glacier National Park, moved permanently to the Flathead Valley in Montana.

 

His schedule now allows him to spend time on the Oregon Coast, which he loves as well as the mountains of Northwest Montana.

 

 

Nicholas Oberling’s work here is en plein air and inspired by the beautiful Oregon land and seascapes.

 

Nicholas Oberling is a Member Emeritus of the Montana Painters Alliance and is represented in the permanent collection of the Hockaday Museum of Art. His work is showcased at Glacier Fine Art in Hungry Horse, Montana where he lives, paints and holds classes.

 

Recent shows.

2017:  First Strike, Event at the Russell, Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT. Auction

2017:  Collage Gallery, Bigfork, MT. Group show.

2016:  Montana Painters Alliance, Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell, MT. Group show

2014:  Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell, MT. Solo show

2013:  Gallery Bergelli, Larkspur, CA. Solo show

2013:  Couse Foundation annual auction, Taos, NM.

2012:  Clymer Museum of Art, Ellensburg, WA. Solo show

 

Fun facts:

Nicholas Oberling was a founding member of the Montana Painters Alliance.

He has been a selected Quick Draw artist and participant at the C.M. Russell Museum’s Auction of Western Art.

As an artist, he was a participant in the Whitefish Community Foundation.

As an artist, he was a participate in the Montana Land Foundation.

 

 

 

And, too, with the artist permission, sharing a doing good works video…

 

Nick Oberling Artist part 1 – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQ3b9zCR3lE

How I work: the first session of a landscape painting done in my studio. Inspired by a plein air sketch done at Glacier National Park. Finished painting at ..